Assuming that the two of you are close friends who have known each other for a while, I see nothing that can go wrong as long as you communicate your feelings to her in a polite and respectful way. Who hates getting compliments? But if you haven't known each other for very long or if you are expecting a romantic relationship from her after you tell her your feelings, then telling your feelings isn't such a good idea. It really depends on her past and personality along with how close your friendship is, but overall you should tell her your feelings as long as you understand that she can't return them.
Homosexuality is a touchy subject but if you really have feelings for her I am sure you can work something out. She could turn out to be bi (has sex with male and female) which would mean you could date. It really depends if she has feelings for you and she is single.
We're really close friends and she's been struggling a lot with men hitting on her in the past (everything from random dicpics to 'my dick can turn you straight'). It's not a sexual thing, I just want something more committing than a friendship. I have no idea what to do.
Better you should choose a girl who matches your sexual orientation (straight). Everyone has their sexual orientation which can't be changed. Ok I am asking you a question from which you could definitely get your answer. Tell me if a gay men have strong feelings for you will you accept him????? As you have mentioned you are straight what will you do ??????.
I'm one of those people who think homosexuality can come and go, so it might be possible that one day she can be open to liking men. But as of right now, she is lesbian, and therefore it is deadly territory to cross into. How would you like it if one of your guy friends said they are homo and like you?
If you're saying that she's been struggling with men hitting on her, then it's pretty obvious the last thing she'd want is you hitting on her, especially as someone who she clearly feels safe enough to tell these things. So if you wanna keep your friend, keep it behind the zipper buddy.