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Girl/girl party 6/23 @ Turquoise in Venice
If guys think picking up chicks is hard, you should try it as a chick. Where do you meet them? What do you say? How do you react when she freaks out and calls you a big lesbo weirdo?
In honor of bringing interested women together, there’s going to be a party, this Saturday night, in Venice, for bi/curious/experienced ladies. All ages and orientations welcome. Men, I’m aferd, are not (and no spying either). Click here to RSVP and get more info. Space is limited so signing up ahead of time is strongly suggested. Wine, women, dancing and snacks will be provided.
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