Still, the option to get out of the box and dare to be the first to ask is always a refreshing change. One of the best things about being part of the LGBT community is you can’t be afraid to be yourself. The women who you’d want to date will be drawn to your authenticity.
If she’s a foodie, try to wow her by learning to cook a recipe and preparing a romantic dinner at your place.
And you may even have to tie some loose ends with your past relationships.
Once you decide to date a lesbian *or another lesbian* for the first time, be sure to be really single. It’s just plain decency and simple courtesy to the person you’re going out with—unless you want trouble. Things may feel new and intimidating after you came out, but this doesn’t mean you have to rush into dating, into sex, or into some form of commitment.
Take her somewhere private enough so that the two of you can talk and really get to know each other. Another golden rule when it comes to dating anyone in any gender is this: don’t be rude.
Show up on time, be nice to her and to the wait staff in the restaurant.