I think I am bisexual…

I think I’m bisexual, but I prefer men. I’m a woman, and most of my friends are very conservative, especially by best-friend. I did come out to one of my friends, and she’s happy for me. But, I’m not 100% sure that I’m bisexual because I’ve never had a romantic relationship with a woman.

I feel that if I came out that my friends would think I was weird and they wouldn’t want to hang out with me anymore. Also, one of my old friends is bisexual and my friends always say that she is weird.

Are they really your friends if they would judge you for your sexual orientation? Why do you settle for friends that wouldn’t accept you for the authentic person that you are? Deep down, I think you know and believe that your friends aren’t truly for you because if they were there would be no doubt in your mind that they would support you a 100% if you came out.

And why do you have to define your sexuality? Why can’t you like anyone and not look so much at the gender? Can’t you just be attracted to that person and go from there, no matter if they are male or female? You don’t have to put yourself in a box! You like who you like, and that is okay, no matter if they happen to be male or female.

And it’s okay to be still exploring who you are and what you want. There is nothing wrong with that! I feel that before you tell people about your sexuality, you should figure out who you are and what you want. And it’s not weird to like the same sex, in my opinion, it’s natural, you like the person, the being they are. They just happen to be in the body of someone of the same sex.

3 thoughts on “I think I am bisexual…

  1. The beauty of the human experience is that there’s no rules to this. There’s no age limit for determining your sexuality. There’s no mandatory requirement to be a certain way. And they really are not your friends if they judge you for your sexual orientation. You’re absolutely right.

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  2. i have almost the same issue. I am a Bi sexual man who prefers women. I have had relationships with women and encounters with men. My problem is that all through my life I have searched for that one person male or female to be in my life who says, be who you want to be, be who you need to be I will not judge. I told a friend once I was Bi, never heard from him again, well not directly, I got told all the crap he was saying behind my back. So I basically took myself off the market so to speak and switched of my sexual self. Sometimes I guess it’s hard to be different.

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    • I’m so sorry that has happened to you. But, I am so proud of you for sticking to your authentic self. It takes so much self-love to be who you truly are in world full of people who want you to change and assimilate. Keep being you, keep loving you, and that person who loves all of you will come along.

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