Know what, sweetheart? No one but you can really make you happy, regardless of their gender.
I agree that it sounds like you need to find some peers and like-mindedd folks who are either ppossiblities for relationships, or at least foplks you can talk to about bisexual or homosexual relationships.
In terms of online resources, chat rooms, organizations, etc., take a look at the links in the Gaydar links page right here: http://www.scarleteen.com/gaydar/resources.html
But do be sure you're aware that figuring out your orientation is something that really begins and ends with you, not by finding one person and them BOOM -- you know you're gay or bisexual or heterosexual or what have you. And it's no hurry -- these things take time. For now, just do what feels right for you, BUT if you;re seeking others out of sheer loneliness, you might want to reevaluate if now is really a good time for you to be looking to forge new romances. In general, when we're needy is the vvery worst time to start somethiung new, especially if we have security issues about aspects of the relationship to begin with.
I'd suggest rather than looking for folks to date right now, you look for peers to talk to about these issues. Start there first. It'll be a far more solid and sounder way to feel your way around this terrain. besides, no one likes to feel like an experiment.
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