I dunno, I was JW..cuz...I have a friend who is BI, and she is awsum I luv hanging out with her she's cool~but then I wonder how she knew she was bi? Cuz at times I find myself looking at girls boobs and butts and seeing how "pretty/fine" they are..but I dunno if that's me, sorta telling me, that I'm Bi, cuz I like guys alot too! Or is it just me "turning" to girls becuz I'm so self concious with guys? ((cuz I am. I feel like s**t around guys cuz I knoe I'd have no chance, even if I am attracted to them a little bit)) so ya...I was JW...And I do like this site alot...helps me~cuz I dun have no one to talk to bout these kinda things so ya! heehee just thought I'd point that out!
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There is no way to know for sure what your orientation is... it's one of those things you have to figure out for yourself!
It's perfectly normal to appreciate the beauty of your own sex, whether you are straight, gay, or bi. Also, if you are bi, youo might go through phases of liking one sex over the other. You may even wish to change the label you apply to yourself-- sexuality is not set in stone.
Lastly, I'm sure you do have a chance with guys, if you want it. Be yourself and I'm sure you'll have your share of boy/girlfriends
When did i realize i was really bi? maybe when i started liking my current boyfriend.
I knew that i wasn't just saying i was bi for "political" reasons or because i think that everyone in theory is bi, the first time i really kissed a girl/had a relationship with a girl. But then i started wondering if maybe i was kidding myself when i had thought i liked boys in the past, maybe i was subconciously covering up my lesbianism. anyways, i realized i was bi when i knew for sure i had fallen head over heals in love with, and was completly enamoured with my guy friend. more importantly though, that made me finally understand that i liked people based on who they were as people, not what gender they are.
And again, gender and sexuality, although they are seperate, are fluid.
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