Questioning. I wasn't interested in guys or girls through highschool. I felt like I was very different because I didn't understood who was considered to be ''sexy'' when girls talked about Orlando Bloom (I was also different because I was actively doing stuff in politics and writing poetry instead of getting drunk every Saturday). I didn't felt that way about anyone. I did had some crushes (males) and fantasized about guys, but I didn't felt like doing anything actively with it. When I was 17, the hormones started to get me and when I turned 18, I was eager to experience it all. I'm 21 now and a month ago, I started this fysical fling with a girl. I am sexually attracted to her, I'm curious and it's a lot of fun. She's actually the type that I would fall for, only I wasn't aware that there was a female version of it. It seems all more complete now - it is very logical for me to experience it from both sides.
I often call myself a bisexual now and most people in my environment know about it (except for my family). I do think that this might be a phase, but it doesn't matter to me. I'm enjoying it a lot at the moment and I think I'm very lucky that I have the opportunity to experience it all. I also realize that I'm still very new to everything when I count in years, so I can't expect myself to know already. I am happy that I started dating/sex when I was in college instead of highschool, because I was less insecure, more confident and I knew what I wanted and more important - what I didn't want. Some people say I'm ''late'', but it would have been weird for me to start dating when I was 15. Luckily, my brother is just discovering girls and he's almost 25, so I'm not alone. ^^
I might be a straight girl who likes to have sex with both genders. I'm very openminded about a lot of things, which makes it difficult to 'decide'. I might like queers or hermaphrodites as well.
Hi, I just joined this group and I already love it!
I don't know where I fit anymore. Really. I considered myself pretty much all the way straight (but I was on the GSA board in my high school, so it was a loving, accepting straight) until my best friend came out as a lesbian. Whereupon I realized that I was absolutely in love with her, and that we'd been in love with each other and completely oblivious for basically most of high school. Turned out I was gay enough to be with her.
Long, painful story short: she turned into an evil asshole and stopped being the girl I was in love with, only I couldn't admit that until at least 2 months after she unceremoniously (more or less) kicked me out of our apartment, which had been my home for over a year. (I'm more than halfway over it by now, though it's been almost 10 months since this all went down.)
We had been together for over two years, and best friends basically since we were eight years old. We were engaged.
So, now I'm back to being single, and I guess it's possible for me to be into guys still. But somehow, over the course of 2+ years of discovering what it was like to be gay, the whole penis thing just.. freaks me out a little. :-P That might be a relationship barrier. Also.. I'm a GOLD STAR. Who wants to lose their gold star?
I'm just really, really confused. So far I've come to accept that I'm hopelessly attracted to butch lesbians and James McAvoy.
This is such a hard question! Females are probably the most attractive thing on the planet aside from Johnny Depp but (i know i am a girl) girls are so hard to get along with. It really sucks that the attractive race is the race that i dont like being around.Guys are such delightful beings, but they're so strange. . .
To put it simply, I'm confused. . .
I'm a questioning female, I am only young and I don't think I am entirely sure yet, I have experiences of being attracted to both males and females so I am not rushing to assign myself a label.