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Xoxo88xo88
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I like men and have a boyfriend of about 5 months and I really enjoy kissing him and everything. But I would also have no problem kissing or making out with a girl. I personally, don't think of kissing as a big deal. As long as the person seems to have relatively good hygiene and health to me I wouldn't have a problem kissing them and seeing as most girls I know have better hygiene than the guys (I am not trying to make a stereotype there, my guy friends could all just wash a little more frequently) The though of kissing girl doesn't turn me on like it does when I think of kissing my boyfriend but I was just wondering if that was a normal view?

And I know there is no such thing as 'normal' but I mean....I'm straight right?

I have absolutely no issue with different types of sexual preference and I think that people should be able to love whoever they want

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September
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Honestly - what does it matter?

If you're only fantasizing about kissing girls, then it may not mean anything at all, as we often fantasize about things we'd never actually do. It doesn't say anything about our sexual orientation. If you often find yourself checking out girls and wondering what it'd be like to kiss them, then maybe you're a little curious, or possibly bisexual (remember that 'bisexual' doesn't mean straight down the middle, 50% attraction for each gender: it just means that someone is capable of being attracted to either gender).

But you know, it doesn't really matter. Sexual orientation isn't set in stone. In fact, it's very fluid and can change over the course of our lives. There's no point on worrying about whether or not you're straight, or wondering about whether or not you're 'normal' when it comes to this. You're in a hetero relationship right now, so it's a moot point, and if and when you do act on your attraction to a girl, you can still figure out what it means for you then.

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Johanna
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