So, things are going just as you hoped and you’ve spent the entire night cuddling up together.
(If you don’t know how to even approach a woman, read last week’s post here- You Have No Game! Here’s How to Approach a Beautiful Woman.)
You’re in heaven- 0r at least in major lesbian lust.
And the moment comes when you need to find out: how can you see this woman again?
The process of asking for a woman’s number isn’t nearly as delicate as it used to be. In fact, with so many social networking sites, it’s possible that someone in your circle already knows how to contact her if you’re too afraid to ask for her number yourself.
Still, nothing feels better than going home with a new woman’s info.
The following are a few ways to get her number:
Beat Around The Bush (Figuratively)
When it’s time to go, tell her you’d love to talk to her again. If she’s interested in seeing you, too, she’ll offer her number up in a heartbeat. The hint will also show her you’re interested in case you want to continue the night somewhere else.
Take The Pressure Off You
Instead of asking for her number, slip her your card. Yes, you’ll be giving her the power to decide whether she gets in touch. But you’ll also be relieving some of the pressure of putting yourself out there.
Ask if she’s on Facebook and let her know your username so you can look you up … you know … if she wants to.
Take The Direct Route
Just go for it if you are feeling it that badly. There is nothing wrong with directly asking someone if you could give them a call. What’s the worst that can happen? She says no? Well then she wasn’t what you were looking for to begin with if thats the case, and you can chalk the night up to a nice lesson and some good practice for the next time.
Remember: Practice Makes Perfect
No matter what you do, don’t feel like you need to be Whitney from the Real L Word the first time you go out.
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If you just want to hang back and let a girl come to you the first few times, that’s okay. Or, set a simple goal for yourself to just talk to one or two women (rather than aiming to score). The point is, respect yourself. Know you’re beautiful. Know you’re awesome. And everything will be all right. Promise!