Well...technically no I haven't but I do question my sexuality sometimes. Although I've been with girls, there's a part of me (ie. a kind of "fantasy") that makes me feel like I'd wanna get with a guy. But to be honest, if so, I'd prefer both at the same time. Maybe I'm a sick fuck, but that's what I've always thought.
No, nothing sick about that at all. Sexual fantasies, experimentation and exploration, that's part of what makes sex so great and so powerful. It's completely natural and normal to fantasize about different sexual activities and situations. Everyone does it but not everyone is man/woman enough to admit it.
A guy and a girl at the same time sounds hot to me...........and I've done it, once. It was fun, because you get the best of both worlds at the same time, what's better than that! The best thing to do with sexual fantasies is not psych yourself out about anything you feel. Just roll with it and let things come naturally. Don't pressure yourself about it. Just have fun and live your life to the fullest without restrictions (within sanity, of course).
Dunno, I just think it would be really interesting (ahem) to try various ways of intercourse via different genders. Except I don't really see myself as completely bi. Probably an uneven, lopsided ratio between gay:bi:straight -- I think the inverse of how you feel about your orientation.
Sexuality is a continuum anyway, so this makes sense. You'd be like an 8 on a scale of 10 with 10 being heterosexuality. Most people fall in between 1-10. At the end of the day, the way I see it is, human beings are human beings. I like people based on their hotness and personality, and hot is hot regardless of gender. We're all humans so why not enjoy one another's bodies, sensuality and sexuality? Instead of creating barriers solely because what is in between the legs.
Here's a truthful story. When I was at school back like probably since 2006-2007 there's this guy who, once I made fun of because of his orientation (I thought he was gay, but I learn that he's bi), but I eventually thought that he was kinda "hot" so I thought I'd become friends with him. Maybe it's because he acts sorta feminine and is quite compassionate, I dunno
. Course no fucking way we would form a relationship directly because I'd get expelled from the school, but we never come across something like this. He hangs out with a bunch of other gay guys (they actually are), and while I appreciate them being around, I didn't fancy any of them except him. We exchange hugs and raunchy jokes sometimes, and we helped each other with homework. When he's around, I get that same butterfly feeling in my stomach as I do when I get with girls. So I thought maybe I'm bi? But yeah I dunno. Anyways after we completed school, we don't really communicate anymore. But yeah I felt really down, and I gotta say a bit regretful of not doing more than saying farewell. I still think about him sometimes even to this day. Well yeah there you go. Not much else to say. It's only for that guy though, however when I see guys that look like him, I get that same feeling
. At the end of the day, I wish I got to know him better. I'll also admit I had dreams about him for a few weeks at one point. It was a strange eye-opener for me, but I can't lie and say I didn't enjoy those moments. Anyways best wishes to him, he'd be a fantastic lover for whoever he gets.
Well, I think we can say that you already know what type of guys you're into
Fem gay/bi guys, I can understand why you like them. A lot of guys who identify as straight take a liking to feminine gay/bi men. Because it's sort of a mix between the masculine and feminine energies. Straight men like masculine energy. That may seem like a weird statement, but most men tend to have other men as comrades and best friends, right? Well, combine that with the things that attract straight men to women. Softness, sensitivity, compassion, understanding. You felt comfortable with him and gained an emotional connection towards the bisexual guy. You felt secure with him, he made you feel good and his presence made you happy. And, I'm guessing he had very defined features, in-shape, slim body, well-kept, cute appearance, so combine the two, and there you go, you have a crush. Just because he's a guy doesn't mean you can't be attracted to him, you know, at least on an emotional level, that's where the butterflies come in. Don't worry about the labels. Being younger you probably weren't ready to pursue something like that, but now that you're a little older, don't be afraid or insecure to act on what you're feeling.