Doubts about being bisexual

March 12, 2016

Well, the title pretty much says it all already, but let me elaborate: I figured out pretty late that I might be bisexual (mid twenties) So far I have only had two hookups, one with a gay guy, one with a tranny. Both times I was drunk. The first one was kind of meh (I had remembered him as a more attractive person), the tranny I enjoyed a lot actually. But somehow I'm still questioning whether I'm actually bi, reason being: 1) I absolutely don't like gay porn. It really rather turns me off. Bi-sex porn is kinda meh, I can jack off to it but it's less enjoyable than tranny/straight porn. I don't know how much bearing this has on real life attraction though. 2) I don't want to "come out". I see absolutely no benefit in doing that. I also fear making my straight male friendships weird, especially thinking back on the times I've shared a bed with a straight male friend. I know, probably petty worries, but they're there. Accidentally I've pretty much outed myself already though since I was drunk and in the "sharing mood". Texted 2 female "friends" and it's now safe to assume that everyone already knows, although I don't know for sure actually. 3) I don't feel the same kind of attraction towards men that I feel towards women. It's different and I've come to realize that I'm extremely selective when it comes to wanting to hook up with a guy. I'm entirely against the notion of becoming some 1000 cock man-whore. No thank you. Also, I feel like I'm attracted to women like 70% and men just 30%. And it's a lot more mental/emotional, rather than physical. Although, as I said, I do enjoy all the gay stuff in bed. I don't know, to me the entire thing is just extremely weird. Did anyone have that same shit going for him?

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Title Doubts about being bisexual
Author misogynazinarcissist
Upvotes 3
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Date March 12, 2016 7:22 PM UTC (5 years ago)
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[–]wingedagni4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Sexuality is a spectrum.

I think you are making this more of a problem than it is. Modern society likes to lump people in categories, but that just dosen't reflect reality. In the 40-50s it wasn't uncommon for "straight" men to engage in homosexual acts and not question anything about it.

Read "Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay Male World 1890-1940"... it's very interesting to see how much society has shifted in regards to sexual behavior in the past half century.

You don't need to tell anyone what happens in your bedroom. Despite what you see in the media, who you are attracted to is your business, no one elses.

You are attracted to people. You have sex with some of them. End of story. Just because you have tried lobster and like the taste dosen't mean that you now don't like steak. It also dosen't mean that you will only eat lobster from now on. But sometimes, when you are in a seafood restraint and you see it on the menu.... enjoy yourself. The amount of pleasure in your world has just increased... enjoy that fact because most people are too closed minded to.

In regards to the girls or people that now "know"... you have a chance here to show them that you don't care and are confident with who you are and what you like.

[–]SoRedSuchAlpha1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Trans women are women. If you're interested in them and very rarely interested in men, you're probably basically straight.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Sounds more like pansexual. attraction to things feminine or masculine. not necessarily male or female.

[–]maiway0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

There is romantic attraction, and sexual attraction, and usually some overlap between the two.

Also there can be a difference between what you think turns you on, and what you'll actually be sexually responsive to.

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