Valentine’s gift for your lesbian partner

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It’s already February? So, several more days and.. Valentines? Time flies so fast. The 14th of this month is day which reminds you of your love, your care and intimacy for each other. Your commitment. Same as with hetero couple; lesbians must not be any less appreciated or less worthy than anyone else. No matter how long have you been dating, Valentine’s present for loved one is expected! Oh, but you don’t have any ideas? Let’s make it unique instead of casual heart shaped candy, stuffed animals and similar. Let’s go for something unusual, something that will leave memories. Some ideas are provided here to help you.

Jewellery. Not only chocolate industry should be making money on this day. If your partner, and she probably does, love jewellery then you’ll want give her a necklace or a bracelet which can hold more attachments and charms on it. Is it going to be something super expensive or just fancy, depends on your budget. Your loved one will understand. Through your time together you will surely gather some items that will hold memory. Make sure you hang it around the necklace/bracelet given, as it’s collector of your precious times.

Both emotional and physical caressing. Anybody in the right mind loves having free time for themself, doing what they want. You can make that for her, giving her a day off on this beautiful day. Go out for a nice dinner that you love based on common interests, have a romantic drink. Later, give her a massage, prepare her a lovely bath. Sounds better than box of candy huh?

Make her wish come true. Everybody has material and emotional desires which are apparently not so easy to come true. Gather information from her family and friends, people who know her well. You yourself should also know what she always wanted and couldn’t make it happen.

Your caring is expressed by your actions and not presents, remember that. If you’re going for a material gift, make sure you also show love physically and emotionally. Be yourself and comfortable with what you’re doing, good luck!

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