December 25th, 2012, 04:53 PM
Am I gay or bi?
I actually don't know what I am because I am attracted to women a little but I am attracted to men way more. And it has been this way for as long as I can remember. However I am DL and as a cover up I have had many girlfriends but only had sex with my most recent one. We had sex 3 times and it wasn't bad at all... I stopped after she started talking about her being pregnant. o.O thank god she wasnt though. Vagina isn't as scary as I thought it may be. I dont think i could have stomached it as much with the lights on but... However I never let my girl suck my penis and I never gave her oral either that may be pushing my limits. I have never been intimate or had sex with a guy but I imagine that it will be 10x better than with a girl. Maybe I'm wrong though. Right now I want to try a relationship with a guy very badly... I guess you could say I am somewhat thirsty XD However I want to have a family with a woman somewhere in the future... I don't plan on staying DL for long. I'm waiting till the fall of 2013 when I go to college to come out when I'm away from everyone... I want a relationship but I don't want it to be a secret for long. I want a guy that is going to be there with me to hold my hand through my coming out process. There is one guy that i am talking to who is also DL that you could read more about in my post titled "newly gay" Am I gay or bisexual? Do women actually have relationships with bisexual men?
December 26th, 2012, 03:19 PM
Re: Am I gay or bi?
There's all sorts of variations in sexuality, but it basically sounds like you'll be happier living as a gay man than trying to straddle the fence even if you do have some attraction to women. The situation for starting a family with a same-sex partner is getting better all the time - why not wait and see if you find a guy that's right for you once you're comfortably out in college rather than counting on the traditional route when there's not actually a woman you're that into? At any rate, if you're in your late teens you don't have to make any decisions about starting a family for a good long time.