Anonymous asked: Is there somebody for everybody?
Well learn something new every day with that OCD thing…well it sounds like you are still conflicted with your Catholic upbringing. A lot of Christians have fear engraved for many years over the threats of eternal hell from a young age into adulthood and fear during those formidable years leaves a lasting impression. I think it will go away with time. The first step comes with accepting yourself.
I don’t agree with that at all. I think there are a lot of straight people out there that support LGBT rights wholeheartedly. Of course everyone is not like that and do disagree with what they deem our “alternative lifestyle” but I guess you can’t please them all! I do not think that all straight people (or the majority) dislike gay people and hope that you meet some accepting heterosexuals that show you that!
aw well I am glad we are helping you and hope one day you are at a point where you don’t have to hide!
submitted by understatedandunderrated
I know exactly what you mean! My friends find it confusing when I think a boy is cute but that’s where the attraction ends. I don’t have any desire to be romantically involved with a man but I can still notice when one is attractive. It’s just like straight girls who know when another girl is attractive; it’s completely normal.
Of course! You don’t need to kiss a boy to know you’re just attracted to girls. Follow your attractions and if they just lead to girls, there’s no need to kiss a boy to prove it.
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I personally wouldn’t go for it. Yeah, it’ll be fun in the moment but when it’s over you’ll still be into her and she likely won’t want anything more than a hook up. At least for me, it would be even harder to be around her after that than before. Especially since it would be your first time, I would wait until you’re with someone who loves you back. Obviously the choice is yours but definitely weigh the pros and cons. Good luck!
submitted by rosegirl227
I think the best place to start is to distance yourself from her. Hang out with other friends and participate in activities that don’t involve her. Maybe even get out in the dating world! Meeting another girl that you would like to be with who wants to be with you as well, could really make a difference. Good luck!
Don’t be scared! I think you should follow your attractions and see where they take you. I’m sure the people who care about you the most will understand and accept who you are either way. Good luck!