Call or e-mail your partner's old friend and tell him you think he's a pushy, unpleasant, smelly asshole and that you don't want to hang out with him—not at his place, not on a trip, and not at your wedding, which he not only won't be officiating but, if you had your druthers, he wouldn't be attending. You can't tell your soon-to-be wife who she can't have as a friend—that's controlling behavior—but she can't force you to spend time with someone you loathe.
I'm a 40-year-old lesbian in Alabama, and I work with a woman I find impossible to resist.
And now here I am responding to a question from a lesbian who wants to sleep with a coworker. If your coworker isn't currently under you at work and you're not an imminent promotion away from becoming her supervisor and your company doesn't incentivize workplace romances by banning them, ask your coworker out on a date—an unambiguous ask for a date, not an appointment to meet up at the dog park.
And this is important: Before she can respond to your ask, WORKING, invite her to say "no" if the answer is no or "straight" if the identity is straight. I'm a lesbian, and my partner recently reconnected with a childhood friend.
Just try not to blow your load as uncut Columbian and cut Californian jocks with lean six packs 69 and swallow.
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Enjoy that naïve twink biting his lip and trying to bare it as a seasoned pro with a monster rock hard cock shoves it in roughly showing him who’s boss.
But he's better now, and his pushy behavior really gets to me. We've worked together for a year and gotten very close. We stare at each other across the office, we text until late at night, and we go for weekend dog walks. Workplace Obsession Roiling Knowing-If-Nervous Gal Five weeks ago, a letter writer jumped down my throat for giving advice to lesbians despite not being a lesbian myself.I've never had a "straight" girl act like this toward me. Three weeks ago, I responded to a man whose coworker asked him if he might want to sleep with the coworker's wife—a coworker who was "not [his] boss"—and people jumped down my throat for entertaining the idea because it is NEVER EVER NEVER EVER okay to sleep with a coworker and/or a coworker's spouse. Your straight-identified workmate could be straight, or she could be a lesbian (lots of lesbians come out later in life), or she could be bisexual (most bisexual women are closeted, and others are perceived to be straight despite their best efforts to identify as bisexual)—and lots of late-in-lifers and/or closeted folks don't come out until some hot same-sex prospect works up the nerve to ask them out.She has given me a pass to sleep with whoever I like, but I'm one of those weirdos who requires an emotional connection to sleep with someone.The odd thing is that she vacillates between heavily making out with me every time we are alone together and saying, "No, I can't, I'm straight!