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This is weird saying out loud but whatever

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by , 17th December 2012 at 03:23 AM (281 Views)
I heard that pretty much everyone is a little bisexual meaning a straight or gay person has some attractive to the sex opposite their orientation but the thing is I am straight but I'm consciously aware that I'm sexually attracted to guys somewhat. But the thing is thing is I wasn't always aware of it so it almost like I got slowly more homosexual overtime. I am pretty damn sure I'm straight but it doesn't make sense to me how I can become less straight overtime. My optimistic view of this is I'm just more comfortable with myself then I was when I was in high school. But I don't know I'd like to apologize if I said something offensive with out realizing it just in case.

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  1. Savi's Avatar
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    You can think the same sex is attractive without it meaning you're bisexual or homosexual/lesbian, it's pretty common actually. I have my girl friends call me hot or beautiful, my guy friends do the same, but my girl friends are mostly straight. Even the ones with boyfriends comment on my looks from time-to-time. It doesn't mean a lot, just that they find you attractive or easy on the eyes.

    I find some girls quite attractive, but I'd never act on it. I like the D too much for that. Plus there's nothing like sensual sex which you kinda just couldn't get with the same sex (For me, not for everyone so don't even think about starting an argument), well that's my opinion. Hope it helped xoxo.
  2. Phoenixphlare's Avatar
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    @Savi; I'm well aware of that but I'm confused by why it increased over time.
  3. Savi's Avatar
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    @Wyvernphlare;

    Hmm, I'm not too sure. Have you just come out of a relationship or something recently? Or maybe you're feeling adventurous.
  4. Jabberwocky's Avatar
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    There's also the possibility of pansexuality or demisexuality.
  5. an illegible mess.'s Avatar
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    what jabberwocky said. it is possible that you are demisexual if you are finding sexual attractions to, let's say a good friend you've known for a long time that is the same sex as you, despite the fact that he is the same sex and you label yourself as straight. demisexual means finding attraction to people you share a really strong bond with. for example, i'm a demisexual lesbian and only really feel comfortable with other women if i've known them for a long time.

    of course it may not be the case with you. you may just be pansexual, but yes, having attractions towards the same sex can happen over time. that's how i discovered my sexuality. i used to think i was totally straight but during my relationship with one of my ex-boyfriends i discovered how attractive the female body really was and then labeled myself as bi-sexual for the time being, and then overtime that attraction to men waned to nothing and now i consider myself a lesbian.

    don't be afraid to experiment! if you do feel like you have something more than just admiration and plain and simply stating that a certain member of the same sex is attractive, then try and go for it.
  6. Mitsuru's Avatar
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    I wouldn't say that it happened over time, but around my sophomore year of high school, I started noticing that I found this guy attractive.

    Previously, I aligned myself as straight, but with the help of one of my friends, I accepted the idea that I might be pansexual, and ultimately, homosexual. In reality, I'm probably "mostly homosexual but incidentally heterosexual" (Kinsey 5), but I'm more comfortable saying I'm gay, since, as Savi said, I prefer the D.

    But it was only after a time of being comfortable with the possibility that I might have an attraction towards men that I started to realize that I was, in fact, gay. Perhaps if you keep your mind open to the possibility, you will find your true answer.

    I find women attractive, but I don't want to have a sexual relationship with them. I'm not averse to the possibility of a romantic relationship with one, but again, never sexual.
    But that's probably not helping. I'd say to just keep your mind open.

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