I was at this gothic nightclub last week and this girl asked me to kiss her, i was drunk so i did, then she put her tongue in my mouth and pulled me closer to her, I put my tongue in her mouth but it wasn't turning me on or anything but she pulled me closer into her and started rubbing her hands all over my body, y'know getting really into it. Then I started to get turned on by it and pulled her closer to me and got a bit frisky and pulled her into the toilets and we started doing stuff with each other in the cubicle, like fingering each other and licking each other out and stuff. I spent the night at hers and we did some more stuff. When I got home I got a phone call of this guy and now i'm going out with him.
Am I lesbian and trying to cover up for it by going out with a guy or am I bisexual ar straight? HELP!!!
Posts: 1 | From: nunthorpe, middlesbrough, england | Registered: Aug 2000
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There is nothing wrong with exploring your sexuality. As Pittied said ... don't worry yourself over labels. You were under the influence at the time that this happened. That could be a factor as to why you decided to try it out in the first place. Pressure to try something could have also occurred. I wouldn't say you were a lesbian because you did something that gave you pleasurable feelings. You became "turned on" by her actions and you were just going along with what she was doing. People also tend to explore with the persons of the same sex sometime in their life. I'm sure it wasn't anything out of the normal exploration of your sexuality. If you're currently going out with a male and are happy ... then let yourself be happy and don't worry about the labels. Do what makes you happy and feels right.
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