I've decided it's just easier to say that I'm queer.
I have had crushes on both males and females. I have only dated a single guy. Most people assume I'm straight but I more correctly identify as asexual--it's not the body parts, it's the personality. Sometimes a guy has the right mix of qualities, sometimes it's a girl who has them. Either way, I have come out as bisexual to a few close friends who I thought wouldn't judge--even a gay male's reply was "so a hole is just a hole for you, eh?", assuming that it was all the sexual angle.
I think bisexuals often get flack from both ends of the spectrum--gay and straight, with people expecting you to "pick a side" so to speak. But I think as many bodies are so interchangeable(I find convincingly androgynous people insanely awesome--I wish I had that sort of ability to transform), eventually it won't matter. I've been accused of being a guy lots of times, and it used to really bother me--not so much any more. It is mildly amusing to have people blink at me like I'm crazy when I say I identify as asexual.
I do fear general judgment from women if I out myself on having crushes on girls, though. So I generally keep quiet.
However, It is never about sexy tiemz, and I honestly would take a nice tea party with smoked salmon and cream cheese finger sandwiches over a steamy orgy any day(not that orgies are bad).
Interestingly enough, I've never actually been in a relationship with a woman. And, I never will because I'm getting married in three months. But I very recently came to the realization that I'm bisexual (or fluid), I've had crushes on guys and girls my whole life. And I find men and women to both be beautiful, women probably more so. But, I am marrying a man who is the love of my life. And he completely understands my bisexuality and has no problem with it
hi i am a bisexual male i have dated and slept with both sexes but im more attracted to males
i came out about being bi just a few months ago when i was going through depression
depression come on by very homophobic and hateful dad and every one in a 20 mile radius i am 1of the 5 atheist in my entire town and probably the only bi male in my town
Me. I am but I am leaning toward women more then men. Just connect with womenn better and they are so soft. Just saying.
I have encountered some roadblocks in expressing my sexuality that only got more complex when religion factored in. I knew that I am attracted to women and men from a young age, pretty much as long as I have been an atheist. I never really 'came out' though because I didn't think it was relevant. I am strongly sexual and am very open about it. I am lucky to have a supportive group of friends that, while diverse in their own beliefs and orientations, still accept me for who I am.