5 ways lesbian breakups are harder to take
Although breakups by themselves are hard, lesbian breakups top the list. Want to know the ways why?
Just imagine this (or remember, if it just happened to you recently): a month ago you broke up with your girlfriend. The first week was tough. You were too sad to do anything.
Then the second week came and it was just as hard. In the following weeks, you’ve scoured breakup tips because no matter what you do, you still can’t get over her.
As this was happening, you’ve probably encountered the following familiar scenarios:
Lesbian breakups: What happens to the sex toys you used to share?
The first thing you’ll want to do after a breakup is go on a rebound relationship. We’re lesbians. We always want to be in a relationship.
But there’s a container in the closet you have no idea what to do: you and your ex’s sex toys.
It sounds funny but it’s true. Do you get rid of the rabbits and strap-on you used to share? Surely you can’t use that in your next relationship.
Lesbian breakups: What if she rebounds first?
Because lesbians are lovers of relationship, you will want to get back in the game ASAP. The thing is, so will she.
So how do you deal with the fact that she got over faster than you did? That’s gotta hurt and hard to get over.
Lesbian breakups: How do you rebound when everyone is taken?
Who else do you know is still available? Everybody else has a girlfriend.
This is especially real when you’ve been together with your previous partner for a long time.
It can drive you mad wondering if you will ever find true love– or at least someone to love again.
Lesbian breakups: What will those against your being in a lesbian relationship say?
Who might this be? First on the list are your parents who never really accepted your sexuality.
The minute they hear you broke up, they might not say anything but they’ll have that “I told you so look.”
It’s even worst if you have to crawl back to your parents’ because your ex-girlfriend owned the house.
Lesbian breakups: Will she hook up with one of her friends you always thought was just waiting for you breakup?
This is one thought could make you paranoid: there will always be that best friend who’ll offer her shoulder to cry on– and then pounce on the opportunity.
You won’t be able to move on and you’l end up stalking both their Facebook pages.
So what do you do? First of all, you need to get over her.
The sad fact is that lesbian breakups are an inescapable reality. So you’re just going to have to lesbian up and heal yourself.