"Patti obviously tells it how it is and I know I can be kind of complicated in the sense where I like things my own way and I do things my own way, and obviously it's not working out for my dating life.
So, I had to humble myself, and I know I needed to do that to move forward in a healthy direction with my dating life." alum continued, "I walked away from the experience and I feel like I've grown a lot after sitting down with Patti and having her guide me in the short time she had with me.
The chemistry classroom isn’t the only place where college girls are experimenting.
It's not uncommon for girls to hit the sheets with another girl, even when they've considered themselves heterosexual all their lives.
Since then, the reality star turned to famed matchmaker Patti Stanger and will appear on the season finale of via phone on Thursday.
Find out ahead of time what she is and isn’t comfortable doing so you can be sure not to overstep any boundaries.
Dattch, an i Phone dating app exclusively for gay, bisexual, and bi-curious women, has come to America by way of San Fransisco (Via Refinery29). Robyn Exton, the app's creator, believes it will meet a demand in the dating app scene for something designed from the ground up exclusively for women.
Previously available only in the UK, the app will expand to other U. "You can't just take Grindr and make it pink and give it to women and say "," she says.
Show her the ropes so that if she does in fact turn out to like girls, she'll have a good introduction to the LGBTQ community.
This can be an opportunity to enrich her with your queer-girl perspective and discuss what she hopes to get out of experimenting with you.
Included in the female-centric inspirations: a design inspired by Pinterest, and the option to play ice-breaker games like "Would You Rather?