Tips for dating a lesbian mother

I see you over there thinking about getting that cute new alternative lifestyle haircut to attract the ladies. Here are some Dos and Don’ts for picking up chicks, KC Danger style.

It’s that moment where you spot a girl down the street or from across the room. Maybe it’s the extra bit of swagger or the conspicuous skinny jeans and Chuck Taylors.

And worse off, the girl you’re talking to will know you’ve used it to try to get other girls before.

This will not, in fact, score you an invitation into anyone’s pants–it probably won’t even score you an invitation into a conversation.

We were going around the room introducing ourselves and saying why we were interested in the organization.

While most girls answered, “My name is _____, and I’m here because I believe in visibility/outreach/magic,” this girl introduced herself and said, “I’m here because I think Katrina is really cute.” Sold. You have to be careful with overt statements like this though.

As easily as you can be considered confident and outgoing, you can also be considered totally cray-cray.

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Have fun, be fun, you’re fun, you look great in that shirt!

Maybe you overheard her say “Tegan and Sara” or “Turkish oil wrestling.” Maybe she looked at you first–did she? I know, this is a relatively simple concept, looking at people you’re interested in, but there’s a special brand of eye contact that goes on between two girls who like girls.

It lasts barely half a second, but that flit of eye contact can mean so much.

There was legitimately a point last year where I thought it might be hilarious to carry around this business card: I then, for some reason, thought it would be just as good (if not better! I never went through with using it for either of these purposes, which is good because that shit is tacky.

Handing out a business card with a silhouette of a sexy lady probably hasn’t been a problem for most of you, but what I’m trying to say is keep it fun.

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