Homophobic people always say that we are trying to "rationalize" or "justify" our position instead of believing what the Bible says. They never see themselves as justifying their misinterpretation of Scripture.
Since you are female, it is very easy for you to refute any Bible passage thrown at you. There are some passages that can be misinterpreted to say that being a gay man is against God's will, but they are all strictly male only. The only passage that can even remotely pertain to lesbians is in Romans One where Paul says, (about unbelievers who gave themselves over to idolatry) "Even their women exchanged natural relations with unnatural ones." It doesn't even mention what "unnatural" is. And it talks about women who gave up what was natural to them. If you are a lesbian, your attraction to other women is totally natural for you. To try to enter in a relationship with a man would be unnatural. A person who believes in a literal interpretation of the Bible will have to weasel around to get it to say that being lesbian is unnatural. It does not say that. There isn't another verse that can be used to condemn lesbian relationships, none.
We guys have it a little harder, but not much.
Psychological and other scientific evidence is increasingly showing that same-sex attraction is totally natural among humans and in the animal kingdom.
A person who believes that we gays are "blinded by Satan" should be asked how she/he knows that we are the ones blinded by Satan and not the other way around. Is the person willing to admit that they may be wrong in their understanding or are they certain that they are right? If you are with a person who is willing to pray with you, right then would be a good time to enter into prayer and ask that the Holy Spirit would lead each one of you to the truth, and give you humility to listen to the Holy Spirit's leading.
And the "one man - one woman" argument always comes up. But that phrase is not Biblical. Just mentioning the numerous Old Testament stories where God blessed polygamous marriages does away with that. If the argument then progresses into "that was just in Old Testament times, not now", I find I can always say, "So we need to interpret the Bible in the historical context in which it was written?" That shoots the whole literal interpretation idea because looking at the few New Testament clobber verses shows that Paul was absolutely not talking about loving same-sex attraction or relationships.
"God's will is for a man and a woman to be together" Again nowhere in the Bible does it say that is the only way. And what about people called to celibacy?
Anywhow enough rambling from me. I am getting on a rant. The same tired old, non-scriptural arguments always come up. They are so easy to refute and clarify.
I pray that all goes well for you. Enjoy being what God made you to be.
Tu Amigo, Pablo
For I am convinced that neither life nor death...neither the present nor the future nor anything in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39