I will never be a lesbian
It's very easy to tell what kind of person you are attracted to. How do I come out to my girlfriend of many years? Anonymous March 12th, pm. Look at your previous sexual behavior or desires. However, if you think finding a name to identify with gives you peace of mind, there are lots of people to talk to, and lots of helpful things to read. I know it might be a cop out answer but the answer comes from inside.
Why I Will NEVER Split The Bill On A Lesbian Date, A Manifesto
How do you know if your bisexual? I know it might be a cop out answer but the answer comes from inside. If you have had sexual experiences with people of the same sex, how satisfying were those experiences, emotionally as well as sexually? Particularly, in this instance, because the pressure to be more inclusive falls to gay women far more than any other marginalized group. Then I started to remember having same sex crushes back in primary school elementary. Or better yet, order a bottle. Deep down we all reach a point where we can say, "I just know I am gay, lesbian or Bi" this journey is different for everyone, for some its a journey that comes quick and relatively "easy" for others it's a slow and long, often painful journey.
Women are either bisexual or gay but 'never straight' - Telegraph
I could tell you many things, but the moon will still not be made of cheese, and I will still not be attracted to men. You look just like Shane. Sexuality is a personal experience, and no one can define it but you. The truth is: it takes time to figure out. Understanding your sexual orientation can take a lot of thought, and many teens and even adults are unsure of their orientation. Are you attracted men, women, or both?
Well sexuality lies on a spectrum, it is not all black and white but a rather gray area. And while the sheer number of available partners may explain some aspect of why bi women partner more frequently with men, the heteronormative socialization described above is almost certainly as responsible, if not more so, for this phenomenon. First, know that you need not put a label on your sexual identity if you don't want to. I could only hear all the negative connotations with the word every time I,or someone else, used it. If you have had sexual experiences with people of the other sex, how much did you enjoy were those experiences, emotionally as well as sexually? Consider that I was not socialized as a woman from birth; I never learned to expect the heteronormative tropes of romance and showing attraction.