Okay, I am pretty sure I am a lesbian, but I have never had any relationships with girls. When I masterbate, I fantasize about myself with a girl. I am sexually attracted to women. I have several crushes on women. Thinking about women turns me on. But sometimes, I find some guys cute. But guys don't turn me on. In fact, I find the thought of penises disgusting. Also, I have never had a relationship with a guy either. So based on this information am I a lesbian?
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AGGGHHHHHHH!!!!! USE SEARCH, JUST USE THE STUPID SEARCH!!!!!
and ya'll know how much I hate caps!!!!!
Darling this question has been answered again and again and again, but *sigh* I'll answer it for the 60th time anyway.
#1: You don't HAVE to label yourself. It's not like you're going to write "gay, dyke, queer, bi, trans" on your forehead in permanent marker and it will never leave. People change, things change, feelings change, you can be straight, queer, and bi in a year and then start all over again. I don't understand what is up with people's infatuations with labeling themselves. Whatever you want to write on your forehead is in Crayola marker, it washes off kay?
#2: It sounds like you very well could be a lesbian, it also sounds like you can be bi. Only you can answer your question. It's quite normal for queers to find someone of the opposite sex attractive and it's normal for straight's to find someone of the same sex attractive. You choose to define who you are. It sounds like you're pretty sure you're a dyke, and there's nothing wrong with that.
*sigh* Don't you wish they had a book called "How To Be A Queer" complete with the secret queer handshake so you know for sure if that cute girl is a friendly hetero or if she really is flirting with you? Life would be easier, no?
Hugs, Happiness, Pixie Dust, Brittany
*writes BISEXUAL on forehead in orange and black Crayola markers*
PS: No I don't have Halloween spirit, orange and black are my school's colors.
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The best answer to the question "Am I a lesbian?" is almost always
"What do *you* think?"
because really, YOU are the only person whose opinion matters. You get to decide what to call yourself, and you get to decide what feels right to you. You also don't have to decide anything at all. It's really perfectly okay to be attracted to the people who attract you without feeling the need to label yourself in any way, shape, or form.
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I guess the best thing that I could tell you is DON'T WORRY ABOUT IT. Sexuality is a very complex thing. It is not something you will figure out over night. If you think a girl is cute flirt with her, see if there is a response. If you think a guy is cute, flirt with him, see if there is a response. Take your life one day at a time and you will wake up and know for sure eventually. It is nothing to worry about, it's just a process of figuring yourself out. Try finding a boyfriend (or girlfriend, but I think boyfriend would be easier?). I'm sure that actually being in a relationship will help you find out who you are.
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