The other night I was on a second date with a girl. She waited with me at the train stop at the end of the evening. We kissed. We, then, noticed that there was a middle-aged gentlemen, standing four feet away from us, giving a thumbs up and saying, “I like.”
He asked us how long we had been together.
“So do you only like girls? You don’t like it with men?”
“Do you two only kiss?”
“Two girls, I like it.”
My date finally responded, “Sir, you just made this incredibly uncomfortable, so we are going to get up and go to the bench on the other side.”
“Why?” he whined with an incredibly pervert-esque pout.
It was not as if we were making out voraciously or licking each other or anything particularly steamy. We just kissed. I guess the average straight male processes this differently, when the kissing is between two girls.
He tried to get on our good side, trying to seem tolerant (as if we ought to care what he thinks).
It would be one thing if he just watched but, in this case, he just took it too far.
I guess I cannot really blame him. I am not one of those lesbians who do not get the appeal of watching two cute girls make out. Let’s face it: to watch two girls kiss is, for lack of better word, hotter than a jet engine. However, I still feel like straight guys rarely know how to behave around us lesbians.
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Casey is a creative writing student at DePaul university. She enjoys reading, writing, and taking long walks around the city of Chicago.