Sexuality help

So I'm 18 year old straight female and I started taking art classes every week and the teacher of one of the classes is a 22 or 23 year old female and ever since I started taking her class, I couldn't stop thinking about her and started questioning my sexuality. I've always been attracted to boys but every time I see her, I get attracted to her even more. I see her 2 days a week and I look forward to it every day but I don't know if she's bi or lesbian or if there would ever be a chance of us having a relationship, I just want her to know I really want to be friends and if it stays at that stage, I'm completely okay with it but how do I be more engaging with her and not be the awkward, shy, slump that I am? I want to continue seeing her even after the class ends in the summer but I don't know how to tell her that or just let her know I really like her. We're both art students and really chill with each other and She even asked me to help her with a kindergarten class she teaches which was extremely out of the blue and took me by surprise so of course I said yes. I just don't know what to do and how to tell her I want to see her more and even that I kinda like her. Advice please!

Apr 26, 2016

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  • Be friendly with her but try to avoid letting your attraction be known while you're yet a student. When the class ends, approach her and see if she is open to being friends.

  • Maybe your infatuated with her. The only way to find out your feelings for her is just ask her if she would like to have lunch with you, or coffee, but in a friendly way do not tell her a thing. Just get to know her as a friend. Then you can sort out your own feelings first to figure out why you think of her in that way. Maybe you just admire her. Just take it slow and be her friend until you figure out what you really want.

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