It's normal to be curious about what it would be like to be sexual with other people. And for some people, who we're attracted to sexually and romantically does change. However, would there be something wrong with you being lesbian or bisexual?
In any case, people aren't experiments, so you should keep that in mind if you're actually going to put this plan into action. Don't treat girls (or guys) like they're just there to satisfy some desire of yours; I'm sure you wouldn't want to be treated that way.
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Well, there's no need to tell anyone if you're not comfortable with it yet. Or ever, really. Your sexuality is no one's business but your own. You can take all the time you need to figure out what you want and to decide if and when you want to start coming out.
(Also, using all caps is the internet equivalent of shouting, and that's just not very polite.)
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