Hi /lgbt/ biscum guy here
Is it weird that I'm unconfortable with expressing my "straight" side? Like, the thought of having sex and being in a relationship with a girl is something I like, but I feel a sense of unease because of this in the same way most (well, somewhat most) bisexual guys feel about expressing their "gay" side. The thought of being seen as heterosexual bothers me and idk why. Does anyone else understand what I mean?
Are you literally me? I'm scared as fuck of being even a little hetero, because I feel like it just requires a totally different system of sexual thought and I don't think I can really handle it.
I feel the same.
I am assuming that you are in your teenage years when being gay people see it as a "Phase". The reason I feel as if I need to act gay is because people will just assume, "He just is confused, he doesn't understand." Which pisses me off.
What I did is just came out as gay and avoided girls, JOB DONE.
It's not that I act "gay". I mean, I have a 50/50 balance of femininity and masculinity, it's just that I have some aversion to heterosexual guys, so the thought if being seen as heterosexual makes me feel uneasy.
Well, people can see you as whatever the fuck they want, it won't change who you actually are as a person. If people are surprised when they find out you're not gay or straight, or they're surprised when you don't fit a stereotype about hetero guys, let them be surprised.
If it's someone you don't know well and will won't see much, it doesn't matter if they think you're straight. If it's someone you'll see often, they'll eventually get over their presumptions after they get to know you more, and if they don't, they can fuck off. Keep being who you really are regardless of what assumptions people make about you.
Straight guys have certain "expectations" on them that gay guys don't. There certain types of interest in music, tv shows etc that would be weird for a straight guy to like. But if people know you're gay, they're gonna see it as normal
Hahaha I knew it, the media said "born that way" so much that a lot of you fags believe it and/or want it to be true even though you know deep in your hearts that it isn't.
OP you're most likely a heterosexual who was overwhelmed by how forbidenness of this vile gay fetish... r-right? P-please tell me I'm right.