If she identifies as being a lesbian, and you feel like she’s being flirty with you, she’s probably interested.
I didn’t know how to be, what to say, what to touch and when to touch it.But it's more the "CONNECTION" that drives them to be more intimate, without putting any kind judgment on themselves (LOVE IT!) I really enjoyed a CURVE piece about a young women Dominique Cowling's description of her personal ' Sexual Fluidity" experience-- see here: Yes, this "Fluidity" thing does exist and Straight people can, and do change everyday--BUT there are also the many, many Straight people that stay EXACTLY the same. THIS is what you have to watch out for--are you fishing in a dead sea of straight girls, or do you have a live "Fluid" one on the line just dying to jump out--hopefully onto YOU!!!It's pretty common for everyone — no matter where they fall on the sexuality spectrum — to feel some feeling for a gender they're not used to feeling feelings for.The thing is, if you're having lusty feels for your lesbian friend, it's definitely worth looking into because sexuality can be totally fluid.But before you run up to her and gush about how you think you like her and maybe you should makeout or go to dinner and blah blah blah, you need to figure some shit out first.