Sexual Identity

The Answers (for Now) - Riley

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Ruby

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Mo

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Jack

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now) - Asher

Sometimes, figuring out your sexual orientation can be tough! We've collected personal accounts from several people who've gone through this process; maybe you'll find something relatable or comforting here.

The Answers (for Now)

If you're unsure of your sexual orientation, that uncertainty can feel overwhelming. You're not alone in this feeling, though! We've compiled the experiences of several people who've gone through that questioning process in the hope that their experiences might be relatable or comforting.

Is it bad that I want sex but not a romantic relationship?

Anonymous asks:
I've been talking on and off with many guys. A lot of them are sexually and romantically interested in me. I am sexually interested in them but have no romantic interest in them. I have no interest in being in a relationship but do want to be sexually active. Is that bad? Should I have to be both romantically and sexually interested in a guy to have sex with them?...

The Art of Getting Bi

Being bisexual entails a very specific struggle that isn’t talked about enough: being believed.