Learning to spot a bicurious woman is not the easiest thing to do. Bicurious women are not lesbians, just women that are interested in having a romantic relationship with another woman. Many women nowadays are affectionate towards other women, but do not have any romantic feelings for these other women. There are a few clues that may help you to find the bicurious woman of your dreams.
- Learn to look where women look at other women. If you want to find a bicurious woman, follow a woman's eyesight. If a woman looks at the same areas of a woman that men usually do—breasts, butt, thighs, she may be bicurious. This is not 100%, as sometimes it just means she is checking an a girl's outfit.
- Network. To find bicurious women, it is always a good idea to ask around. A casual remark to a friend or coworker could set you on the right path to finding a bicurious woman of your own. These days, being bicurious, especially for women, is not the social taboo it was years ago. If the woman you make the casual comment to seems to be receptive, chances are you have already found a bicurious woman.
- Go where gays and lesbians like to hang out. If you are looking to spot a bicurious woman, you will improve your chances of meeting one if you are in the areas that there are many gays and lesbians. Almost every major city has areas that have a large population of gays and lesbians. Look at the women and they way they interact. If you notice that she is touching both women and men in suggestive ways, you may have spotted a bicurious woman.
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