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Date Posted: 14:20:24 01/25/06 Wed
Author: julie
Subject: Re: how do you know when to make a move?
In reply to: Seppe 's message, "Re: how do you know when to make a move?" on 07:06:14 01/25/06 Wed

it's certainly different here in Canada than in Europe that's for sure. Theres still a lot of people who frown upon homosexuality unfortunately and that's why I'm not too sure about saying anything right now. I know for a fact that if I told her anything or she got info that I like her, it would leak for sure and other people would find out, and I can't afford losing friends maybe or people being weird around me since I'm on an all girls soccer team, if you know what I mean... I think for the most part it has to do with time. I have to experience life more and I'll know when the time is right to express what I want. Whether it be with her or without her I know there'll probably be other people that I'll fall for. Maybe even more so since I'm not a lesbian entirely...
Thanks for the imput,

p.s I've always wanted to go to Belgium :) It's a beautiful country ;)


>i am from Belgium,
>i dont know how people react on being lesbian in
>Canada, here it is very normal
>maybe she feels the same way for you, and she also
>doesnt know what to do, i really hope that for you ;-)
>if it is really difficult to tell her, you can always
>try to write a letter to her, wherein you explain your
>feelings for you, and maybe your feelings about the
>situation you are in when she reads it's she gets the
>time to think about it ( if she needs time for it )
>if she's not lesbian, or will not be in love with you,
>she maybe understands you and things will turn out ok
>but again, i dont know how canadian people reacts in a
>situation where a girl loves another girl
>but i really hope she gets a big and happy smile on
>her face when reading your letter ;-)

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