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ohlala
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I have always been a really sexual person, from a young age. I always had a boyfriend and just always wanted to kiss. I recently had an OCD outbreak with obsessing about being gay. I was turned on by lesbian porn, and I FREAKED out majorly. But I calmed down a little. I don't think I am lesbian, because I have never wanted to really be with a girl emotionally or sexually. And I have tried to look back and I can honestly not ever remember in my childhood having feelings for my friends. I always loved boys. I also don't think I am bi-sexual, because I dont have the desire to be with a girl in the same way I want to be with a man. I was just wondering is it possible to just have a really really high sex drive, and be turned on really easily, by guys and pictures of girls, but still not want to be with a girl?
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Our fantasies are really just that - fantasies. By no means do we all want to act out every single one of our fantasies. The kind of images your imagination conjures up, the kinds of things you dream about or the porn you like to watch- they are not fail safe indicators of your sexuality. So, yes, it's perfectly possible to get turned on by lesbian porn (and keep in mind, too, that this is lesbian porn as imagined and directed by men, and thus has very little to do with real lesbian sex) and yet be heterosexual.

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Austere
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maybe it shouldn't be a big deal whether we're turned by one thing or another? Iunno, that's how I think it should be.
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