I’m a girl (I’m straight, but most of my girl-friends are bi/lesbians), so I hope I can kinda help with this. Look for things like:
-Catching her looking at you frequently (and maybe looking away as soon as she sees you look back if she’s shy)
-Making excuses to talk to you
-Flirting (which can be subtle, or not)
-Constantly joking with you
-Frequently complementing you
-Wanting to generally be around you, even if she’s not necessary with you.
Make sure she knows you are also lesbian, so if she does like you she probably wont be hesitant about asking you out or at least admitting her feelings for you! Good luck and I hope this helps!
If you’re a guy, then just make sure your shorts are long. Im kinda guessing you are a girl though.
Im not much of a fashion expert for girls, but is it still “a thing” to wear tights under your shorts? You could do that. Or wear longer shorts. Or wear a skirt that covers them up :) Worst case scenario you just wear jeans and say you feel more confident/comfortable in pants. Idk if Im much help, but I hope things go well :)
Maybe if you reassure him that his English is fine and that you really like him and you could just try and build the relationship up a bit more through texts so you can both feel more comfortable and less shy and maybe then you could make the first move like even do skype calls or something maybe so you can get used to talking face to face kinda and hopefully the shyness will ware off :)
I think maybe just talk to your mum about your friends and who you hang out with and try to get her to see them from your point of view but don’t let what she says get to you as long as you have good friends and you know you do then thats fine and it doesn’t matter what kind of community of people, i hope that helps :)
To answer your main question; it is possible that your a lesbian or bi (probably *if anything* bi from what you’ve told me), but some say there are exceptions. Meaning, it’s possible to have feelings for one person of the same sex, but still be “straight” so to speak. You may get over this crush eventually and go back to only being attracted to guys, or you may find out otherwise. Sometimes it takes a while to discover who you are, but you will :) I havent really been asked this question before, so this is a little new to me, but i really hope that answered your question! I’m actually an extremely similar situation right now, just not quite with a teacher, so i’m trying to answer this from my perspective at least! This is a tough one, even for me who is going through just about the same..
If you do later find out you are bi/lesbian and continue to have feelings for this teacher once your out of school (and legal, just so theres no legal issues here :3) you can always act upon your feelings once you are out of high school and ask her out, but i wouldn’t risk her career or anything, but thats just me. You never know :) Well good luck, and just know whatever you turn out to be is totally ok! :) - Kaitlyn
PS, check back, i may add more to this, i had some other things i wanted to add, but my mind is a little scattered tonight!
He’s not worth your time. At all. If its true that he wants to be with a whole list of girls its just not worth it. You deserve so much better. As always, you can still be nice to him, and be respectful to him, just know you deserve better and he’s not the one for you. That may not be what you want to here but its probably the best advice i can give. I do give him credit for being up-front with you and saying he still had feelings for this person (or persons), but he’s not someone you should be dating if he has his mind set on someone else. Someone will come along and only have your mind set on you! Just know that! Good luck:) -Kaitlyn
(edit) let me know if that didn’t answer your question so well, i think i read through that a little too fast!
maybe if you talk to your friends first and make sure they will be okay with it and so it doesnt seem as i you have gone behind there back in some way? but i don’t think it’s a terible idea i you both like each other and you said private but it’s on anon so i can’t sorry sweetie
I think couples (or opposite-sex friends) with major height differences are incredibly cute together! It shouldn’t be difficult with hand holding or dancing, and its cuter when your shorter i think, thats just my opinion! I think you’ll be fine! Good luck! -Kaitlyn
Agreed! And I dont want to hate on anyone that does, but it just feels weird to me I guess? Ya know?
Haha thanks:3 and just a few girls *cough. Six so far. Cough*
And right? Haha it’s not like really dating, but still. I like to know someone at least a little before that D: