I am a bisexual, man, woman, homosexual, straight, bi, cis, and trans person. I have the same body, same face. I am very attracted to both sexes and all genders equally. If you want to know more about what I am like, please read my profile.
I personally don’t mind people who think I’m gay, bisexual, asexual, or other. I don’t mind if you call me gay or bisexual if you want to be friends. I just don’t like to be labeled as such. I am very accepting of people who identify as asexual, being attracted to both sexes, and everything in between. I would be happy to meet and talk about anything with you if it’s okay with you too.
Im a bisexual man, or bi-curious if you prefer. I identify as asexual, attracted to both genders, and everything in between. I would like to meet and talk about anything with you if its okay with you too.
I can be a little iffy about being labeled bisexual. I have to deal with a lot of judgment from my family, and I sometimes feel like people are judging me for being a little different from them. I know I’m bisexual and even have an odd definition of that term, but I don’t feel like it’s something that I’m trying to hide or hide from.
I’m asexual and I don’t see myself as particularly attracted to boys that are in relationships. I am actually a little uncomfortable about this because I have an issue with people telling me what I can or cannot do with my body. I feel like someone should be able to do what they want with their body and that they should be able to make a choice to be attracted to different genders, or whatever, and not be judged on it.
I realize that I’m not exactly a neutral observer here. I’m talking about myself. I’m talking about my body. And as much as I like to be honest about my own sexuality, I don’t really have a problem with people calling me out on it. But there’s a difference between talking about your sexuality and acting on it. And that difference is very important.
There is a difference between talking about your sexuality and acting on it. But theres a difference between talking about your sexuality and acting on it.
In the beginning, Im not sure how to answer this question. My answer would be: It depends. But it depends on your definition of acting on it.
How do you define acting on it? Well, I can’t just choose one of the two, so I’ll do both. The first part, I define acting on it as using it to get attention or to get something. The second part, Im not sure how to define it, but I’ll try my best. It’s like using it to gain affection, control or to gain power.
As in, if you don’t like to act on it, don’t do it. I believe that in the beginning, even you, you have to do it for a reason. If you don’t feel like acting when you feel like not acting, that is your choice. But if you feel like acting when you don’t feel like acting, you have to do it. So that you can decide for yourself.