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    Bisexual Acceptance

    Hey All,
    I have always thought myself straight with a passing visual interest in men, but I have just spent the last few hours looking at naked Men on tumblr and come to the realisation that I must be bisexual.
    I love Girls and I have never slept with a man, but I love looking at men online and find them physically attractive.
    The reason I write this is because for the first time ever (I've looked at men before) I don't feel guilty or feel bad for looking at them and instead am thinking 'I really like this, this is who I am'
    I've actually just joined this forum to write about this, as I have never had such a clear realisation before. It feels like a weight has been lifted from my shoulders.
    Has anyone else experienced this as a sudden realization and what happens next?
    I don't think I will be telling anyone in my real life, but all of a sudden the thought of someone knowing doesn't really seem so bad anymore.
    Interested in others who might have gone through this.
    Thanks

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    Re: Bisexual Acceptance

    Yea, you sound a lot like me. I've always viewed myself as straight until my mid 30's when I started watching gay porn, and the older I get, the more I want to have sex with a man

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    Re: Bisexual Acceptance

    I'm super happy to hear you've resolved some of those constricting feelings you'd been holding onto!

    I guess I've kind of had a similar experience. It's not one-to-one but.....
    For a long time I had considered myself asexual. There's a host of reasons I suspect lead to me not really experiencing sexual attraction prior to that point but at one point I visited Rule 34 to see how ridiculous it gets (and it gets soooo ridiculous to the point of being funny) and I saw a picture that managed to turn me on.
    This was when I was, like, 20. And so it was... strange to realize I was sexual when for the longest time I didn't think I was.

    But what was particularly tough to wrestle with was that I also started experiencing sexual and romantic feelings for other people. I had experienced some romantic feelings prior to that but never with strangers. And now I kind of develop crushes really easily.

    I've never moved beyond exploring myself so I can't really tell you where it goes from there.

    It's at times kind of a pain. Because now I get crushes on guys and it's so much more nerve wracking to think about starting something with them. Because a lot of them end up doomed because they're straight. It wasn't something I had to deal with before.
    And like, if I wanted a relationship, I feel like I could find spaces where that wouldn't be an issue. But having the random crushes gets annoying since it's so much harder to resolve them.

    Going by my experience, I think where you go from here is just allowing yourself to explore. Taking your new understanding and facing your feelings directly. And that doesn't have to mean anything drastic. Just that you can give yourself the room to feel those emotions and do what you want with them rather than putting energy into rationalizing them into something else.
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    Re: Bisexual Acceptance

    I've known I was bisexual from a very early age when my brother and I began having a sexual relationship. Otherwise I kept my bisexuality closeted and to the world I was "straight." I wanted to engage in some same sex activities in college but feared it being known. After my divorce a dear close straight friend of mine of nearly twenty years made his move on me and we are now in a relationship

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    Re: Bisexual Acceptance

    Congratulations Mybopeibea!

    For what it’s worth, I remember when I admitted I liked guys. In retrospect I knew it years before, but it was still an eye-opening experience, and quite frankly it was the scariest part. I’m one of those people who doesn’t like labels, so I didn’t really call myself bi; I just liked what I liked, and that was it. (Today I identify as full-on gay, but that’s another story for another time.)

    You didn’t mention if you’re in a relationship or not. But if/when you get a chance, I would recommend trying out being with a guy. For me, that was probably the most eye-opening part of all. It’s so different from being with a girl, and I never expected I’d be so into it. Plus it took my life in so many new directions I never would’ve expected before... and I mean that in a good way!

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