Do you find men sexually attractive? Do you find the idea of doing sexual things with men sexually attractive? Can you get off to gay porn or erotica? And, most importantly, do you like doing sexual things with men?
I literally didn't realize I was bi until I met this guy who I really clicked with, then realized that the gay porn should have been a bit of a hint in the first place.
I was bicurious for a while but this really drove the point home that my same-sex attraction was real and not going away.
Watch some gay porn. If you can't stay hard and you're not into it then you're likely not gay. If you're hard and want to cum in/on the men in the videos then you're likely gay or bi. It's not magic, friend.
>>16763265 People have been saying that you have to get off to gay porn, but don't listen to them OP, most lesbians/bi women don't actually like "lesbian porn" because it's actually made for straight men. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiuirmr9trKAhXLbD4KHSdZACIQtwIIHDAA&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dog5ZVD6hgcE&usg=AFQjCNHQ-JBuIjy3pEgCvxQl9gFQStTPlw&bvm=bv.113034660,d.cWw
>>16763341 I'd say that if you happen to be romantically attracted to a guy and, presumably, want to stay in a relationship with him, tell him that you can love him romantically, but not sexually. If he understands and is okay with that, then you can stay together. It's sorta the same with asexual people. Some can have romantic feelings, but never want to have sex with their partners.
But if you really find yourself both romantically (you'd like to have a relationship with) and sexually attracted to women more than men, maybe try pursuing a relationship with women instead.
Just remember not to pressure yourself though, finding a definitive answer to your romantic & sexual attraction can take time. Test how you feel about certain people compared to others. Heck, maybe you're pansexual (not attracted to gender, but to the person themself)!
>>16763423 Maybe you're asexual then . Asexuality is defined as the experience of not being sexually attracted to others. Less commonly, it is defined as not valuing sex or sexual attraction enough to pursue it. Lately I've been reading: The Invisible Orientation: An Introduction to Asexuality. You should give it a read. It's on Amazon, or you can find it in your library in the nonfiction section under 306.76 if your library uses the dewy decimal system.
>>16763460 You mean hate sex? It's more like you don't need sex in your life to feel complete. Unless you've had sex before, I can't say whether you will hate it or not. Some asexuals find it completely unpleasant, while some don't mind doing it for their partners. You might end up having to experiment, but that is a decision you should make on your own. Just remember to do what you want with your body, don't let people force you to do anything.
>>16763638 12/12 I hope you find these useful and informative. And I also hope that if you are asexual, that these resources are comforting in letting you know that you are not alone, you are perfectly normal, and your orientation is valid. I'm not sure if I'll ever talk to you again, OP, but I pray you have a safe, happy, and possibly asexual life!
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