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Get it right there and it'll follow you everywhere you go! I spent most of my younger years exploring sex and feeling very attracted to girls but being brought up a strict Catholic by an even stricter dad meant I ended up getting married so I could be the good girl in my family.
“As women, our number one thing is that we are so much more focused on relationships and connection than men are,” she explains.
“Gay men don’t have the U-Haul stereotype because they have different DNA and different hormones.” Malia goes on to explain that after sex, the female body releases a hormone called oxytocin, which is an attachment hormone that encourages trust, relaxation and psychological stability.
However, I didn’t become successful until I was 28.
At the time I was managing a cellphone store and working as an EFT practitioner part-time. I could not stand the thought of sending my baby off to daycare…
I can’t quite remember how we met however what impressed me most about Alicia was her commitment to helping others overcome the barriers to business success.
Suddenly, you’re staying at her apartment all the time (or she’s staying at yours), to the point where you’re basically living together.
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So you think to yourself, “Why not make it official and move in together?
” We all know the old joke: What do lesbians bring on the second date? But where does the U-Haul lesbian stereotype come from—and is there any truth to it?