So, over the past couple days, Ive began to realize that Im probably bisexual. I dont think I ever realized it before because Ive never gave it much thought before... but that whole out of breath feeling you get when you see someone very attractive?? I get that for guys and girls. And I also judge girls the same I do potential boyfriends. Ive even been disappointed that a girl I found attractive was straight or in a relationship. Im not yet sexually active, but Ive never really kissed or made out with a girl to know the comparisons of how it feels to guys, but I have fantisized about making out with a girl and having a girlfriend...
So basically my question is, am I bisexual even though I havent realized the possibility very long ago??
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Sure sounds like you are probably bisexual to me. Though did me just confirming this for you really let you know anything that you didnt know already?
Like some people dont realize the whole possibility because they are in a way scared to realize ir or something. So just keep living life how you are and eventually you may or may not find out if kissing a girl is different. (personally I dont think its different but theres way more feeling it for me because im only into girls)
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