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Dec. 10th, 2003 | 01:14 am
mood: lonelylonely

I discovered that I'm not the only woman enscorcelled by the cute activist. There's been several times while talking with her that she's suggested that I will meet someone in the future.

So I'm feeling kind of doubtful that she's interested in me.

Though in a strange twist I decided to be frustrated about something. Why is it my destiny to always be the one (among many) orbiting the shining star? What does it take to actually get romantic attention from someone? Why are there always these handful of people who everyone seems to be pining for. What would it take to for some queer woman to be attracted to me?

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from: alienghic
date: Dec. 10th, 2003 10:15 am (UTC)

Ensorcell was in dictionary.oed.com.

trans. To enchant, bewitch, fascinate.

a1541 WYATT in Puttenham Eng. Poesie III. xix. (Arb.) 232 Your Princely happes..ensorcell all the hearts Of Christen kings.

(1541? wow, that's archaic)

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from: warsop
date: Dec. 10th, 2003 08:49 am (UTC)

What would it take to for some queer woman to be attracted to me?

Ahh, this one's easy. Well, the answer is easy, anyway; the implementation is bloody difficult. Regardless, the answer is self-confidence.

Speaking of self-confidence, it occurs to me that your cute activist might not be telling you that you'll meet someone in the future because she's not interested in you, but because she's not self-confident enough to believe that anyone would be interested in her. And no, it doesn't matter if there are other people who are interested in her, if she's lacking in self-confidence, it's easy to believe that those people aren't really interested or are only interested because they don't see the real her or any of a number of other excuses.

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from: musicwomyn
date: Dec. 10th, 2003 01:45 pm (UTC)

The problem is that there are no queer women in LA (or very few), you have lesbians down in them thar hills.

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