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mr_bigmouth_502
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14 May 2019, 10:59 pm

`I'm bisexual, and I score somewhere around 4 on the Kinsey scale, meaning that I lean gay. But when it comes to the men I'm attracted to, I'm almost only into feminine males. I actually prefer females to masculine males in most cases. You'd think I'd score lower on the scale because of it, but 80% of my fantasies are gay, and I'm not attracted to most women. And I'll be honest, I find anime/cartoon characters to be more attractive than real people in most cases.

Can anyone relate to this?


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15 May 2019, 12:48 am

Sexuality isn't black and white, it's very fluid, so there's no strict definitions. Be attracted to who (or what) you're attracted to, and don't worry about labels. :)

When it comes to males, I also vastly prefer the more feminine variety (twinks), over muscle-men or bears...mostly because I'm not either of those latter two myself. It's not unusual.

As far as cartoon characters, I think you'll find there's an entire subculture of people who are into that more than real people. I'll admit myself I've seen some sexy toons in my life, though I ultimately prefer the flesh.



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15 May 2019, 1:50 am

PurpleReject wrote:
Sexuality isn't black and white, it's very fluid, so there's no strict definitions. Be attracted to who (or what) you're attracted to, and don't worry about labels. :)

When it comes to males, I also vastly prefer the more feminine variety (twinks), over muscle-men or bears...mostly because I'm not either of those latter two myself. It's not unusual.

As far as cartoon characters, I think you'll find there's an entire subculture of people who are into that more than real people. I'll admit myself I've seen some sexy toons in my life, though I ultimately prefer the flesh.

Thanks. :) I think people get too worked up over labels nowadays, and for some people it's like a pissing contest to see who can have the biggest collection of labels.

I like skinny, athletic builds that aren't too muscular, but I'm not into people who are really ripped. This applies to both males and females for me. I'm also not into "bears" even though I could easily be one myself.

I'm a furry, so I'm into anthropomorphic animal characters. They tend to be cuter than humans IMO. Not that I don't like humans, they're just less likely to be cute to me. But yeah, when you're talking furries or anime fans, a lot of them like fictional characters better than real people.


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15 May 2019, 2:15 am

When I was growing up, society pretty much enforced "gay" and "straight". I didn't really know "bisexual" until high school, but I still had a really messed up time trying to figure my sexuality out solely because I tried to identify with just one label. It wasn't until my mid-20s I discovered "pan-", "demi-", etc., but it was still confusing. Ultimately, I broadly like women, I like twink-ish guys and I've even been involved with trans folk...if somebody asks me what I am, I usually just say "I like whatever" and I'm pretty happy with that.

And if you're a furry, then that's to be expected. I assume, at least...I'm not a furry myself.