Post # 1
I don’t think that labels mean anything anyway , but how would you answer that question? The Kinsey scale is pretty common and well known but some times doesn’t take all things under consideration. For example, I am 29, I never had full on sex with a woman, I don’t think I could go near a vagina in real life but have made out with a couple of girls . It didn’t disgust me and it didn’t make me feel particularly turned on, it was just..fun.
Secondly, I don’t think that Kinsey scale takes under consideration some other criteria. For example, sexually and romantically I like men, but aesthetically it is easier to admire a female body. I have also fantasized about women in group sexual scenarios but with a guy present. Meaning that my main interest is not the woman but the kinkiness of the situation i.e her pushng my head to give the guy oral (sorry for the TMI)..How would someone call this lol?
So, if someone asks me how do I identify sexually my answer is ”straight, but in fantasyland, if a woman appears in my thoughts I don’t get weird about it”..
What about you? 🙂 Do you have an easy answer in that question?
Post # 2
I experiemented with the “other side” very briefly, and while fun, I am definitely straight.
Post # 3
soserene27: Ι think that’s an answer that could give a lot of women lol
Post # 4
For a long time I liked the word “heteroflexible.” I’ve made out with girls, and frankly I tried putting my mouth on a boob once, but I didn’t like it.
But I feel like the longer I’ve been with DH the less flexible I’ve become, and even though now, the dating site we met through, okcupid, has it as an option, I don’t think I ever would have picked it. I was never interested in going all the way with a woman in reality, and even in dreams, almost never.
But the thing I think that a lot of people forget is that sexuality can be fluid. Just because you were 50/50 bisexual when you were 20 doesn’t mean that you are when you’re 30.
Post # 5
In general, I think the simplest answer is the way it was explained to me a million years ago when I asked my mom how people know they are gay (or whatever). She explained it like this: When you think about who you want to kiss, then you’ll know. So if it’s a boy or a girl or both or neither, there’s your answer.
Me? Straight. The idea of touching a naked girl is just not for me.
Post # 6
Bisexual and very proud of it.
Post # 7
You’d prob get a lot more responses with a poll! It might be too late to add one though
Post # 8
Straight. I think women are beautiful but so are men and sexually I’m only attracted to men.
Post # 10
100% straight. Have never experimented with or fantasised about being with a woman. I like men!!
Post # 11
sweetis: I am straight, but I can definitely dig girls. I am not bisexual though. I think, like you, I could not get near a vagina or date a girl lol but I’ve kissed some girls and I can appreciate a hot lady.
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Post # 14
sweetis: I’m a true bisexual. I’ve had full on sex with men and women, and I’ve romantically dated both men and women.
I would say that physically, I am attracted to a higher percentage of women than I am men- but personality wise and intellectually I’m attracted to men moreso than I am women.
I am also attracted to very different things in each. I prefer very masculine looking men and very feminine looking women. With men I tend to play the stereotypical female role (I’m very feminine, petitie, enjoy cooking, etc.)- with the women I have dated I tend to be a little more dominant. For example, I would pay for the date, ask her out, open doors for her, etc. It’s just what feels natural to me in each situation.
My FI is male and I’m 100% monogamous with him, he’s totally fine with me being bi and has always had lots of LGBTQ friends. Most of my friends are gay (and happily coupled), and we have been roommates with them and hang out together all the time. I couldn’t be with a man or woman who didn’t “get it”. Especially since many people think being bi isn’t a real thing. For what it’s worth, it is. I remember the first time I thought about my attraction to both sexes, I was in second grade.
I didn’t know if I would end up with a man or a woman as my long time partner, it just so worked out for me that it happened to be a guy.
Post # 15
Haha I know! It’s actually a gif but I don’t know how to upload it correctly on my iPad 🙁