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09 Jul 2013, 2:07 pm

I'm not sure but I called a boy cute without thinking and I thought things that others don't usually think but I like females that other guys my age don't so I'm not sure but a friend asked that maybe I was bicurious. If you're a guy that likes guys I would appreciate a message from you!



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09 Jul 2013, 2:12 pm

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09 Jul 2013, 2:54 pm

There's not enough information here for me to be able to say much. I think it is considered normal for people to have one or two same-sex crushes when growing up, though. So it doesn't necessarily mean that you're bi-curious. But I need more information.



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09 Jul 2013, 6:59 pm

Ah, I've been bi-curious for actual gay and straight sex, but mine was explained as a passing phase and I've never experienced that level of desire again. I've never experienced or gained a particular sexual liking for anyone or had any relationship desires though so, I'm probably asexual...


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09 Jul 2013, 8:47 pm

I guess I've always been too literal with the word Bi-Curious.
I always figured if one was curious about having sex with both genders that'd be Bi-Curious.
And by curious I'd mean: could imagine that there could be a set of circumstances that one would be willing...
As opposed to NO NEVER! !! ABSOLUTELY NOT1!! !!211

I've kinda had a rule of thumb that if a person wondered if they were curious it meant "Yes".


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12 Jul 2013, 2:13 am

Alright, let me compile what I can from your post:

1. You said a guy is cute. I assume you meant it and weren't just saying it insincerely, and I also assume you mean attractive and not just adorable.
2. You have a different taste in women than your peers.

Both of these are okay, and yes, you may in fact be bi.



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08 Dec 2013, 2:02 pm

Hetroflexible might be a more accurate term then bi-curious.



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20 Dec 2013, 1:27 pm

I like that: heteroflexible. "I'm bi-curious, but only sometimes."



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21 Dec 2013, 12:37 am

Like they say.. "There's a little bi in every guy." :P


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21 Dec 2013, 9:53 pm

Pansexual probably describes me more accurately ("I like what and whom I like, with such categories as gender or mode of intercourse a secondary consideration"), but heteroflexible seems more evocative. I don't know how long I'll have to wait to use the word in conversation, tho'.

I recently heard from a good friend that he started to consider a broader exploration of his sexuality after hearing me say that I felt like I might be bisexual. I appreciated learning that I had that effect, especially because long ago he had certainly helped me open my mind in the area of understanding people's feelings.

It sometimes seems like people have bad associations with the term bisexual, though. People who have reluctantly accepted people being gay seem to really resist accepting bisexuality.

ETA, an example of this just came across my twitter feed: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/1 ... 60070.html