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You could be bi-curious, but maybe not...
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I personally think that it is OK to find another woman attractive and it in no way makes you bi. Trying something or feeling something is different than living something. If you begin have relationships with women and men consistently, then that would make you bi. Having an urge or feeling is natural. Who knows, you may act on your feelings and find that it wasn't what you thought at all. One encounter with a woman would not make you a life long lesbian. Don't get caught up into labels and most importantly, don't let something like attraction and basic human emotions freak you out. As far as telling your friend, I think you should open up. I had a similar experience and it opened my life up a lot.
, Los Angeles, CA, United States , 30 , Female , Over 4 Years of College , Middle class
Dont jump to conclusions about being bisexual
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It took me awhile to really understand why i was feeling the way i did about girls. I knew there was something a little different there, but at the same time i thought a lot of girls went through it. After awhile i knew that i was attracted to both guys and girls, that was one shock the kids at school never let go till late in high school... when of course it became a fad to be gay (how much of an insult). Anyway, i think you need to take it a day at a time. No one, or at least very few, know what they are interested in right then and there. It takes time on your own to be sure you are thinking for yourself and not letting thoughts about family or friends take over.
, Cedar Rapids, IA, United States , 18 , Female , White/Caucasian , Bisexual , store associate , High School Diploma , Middle class
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