I just recently posted a message about being bi, and so is my best friend. I think I have a crush on her. She has never been with a girl, and we have made out before. But she has a boyfriend right now. I think one of the reasons I like her is because she is one of the only people I have a chance with! I don't know any other bi's. It's not that I'm ugly, I just can't find any other lesbians or bi-sexuals, and I don't have good relationships with guys! HELP, any advice please give.
Posts: 8 | Registered: Apr 2002
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As a straight (possibly bi) guy I can only say this! Tell your friend how you feel! If you dont you'l never know if she feels the same about you! My Ex is Bi so I symphasise with your fealings as I experienced it with her! (We were friends and she thought she was 100% gay) Good Luck
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Posts: 27 | From: Poole, Dorset, England | Registered: Apr 2002
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Yeah, bob 18 is right. I'm a bi too, and when I told people they understood. I dated this boy one time, and his sister was one of my best friend.After me and her brother broke up, I asked her out. To my surprise she said yeah. You should really tell her how you feel.
Posts: 67 | From: Some unknown planet beyond the solar system. | Registered: May 2002
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Hey Cherry i know what your feelin cuz im freakin Bi and ive got a crush on my best friend too but hes not bi (nor gay) Just to say - you should tell your friend how you feel about your relationship with her - maybe she feels the same way
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This reply may be of no use since the first post was more than 3 months ago. However, my advice still could help others.
Have you looked at joining a GLBT group to meet others? This will likely help you. There liekly or more people in your own shoes and you won't know til you meet others.
Have you talked to your best friend? Even though, she is BI, this may make things worse. How often do opposite sex best friends make it as a couple? The frienship could lose it's appeal when you add being a couple to the equation. I'm glad you respect that she has a b-f and you that you appeared to want to give her space.
I know when you posted this message, you wanted a relationship and felt alone. Everyone encounters it at very aspect in our lives.
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