Topics pertaining specifically to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer/Questioning discussions, help needs, questions, points, and other conversations.
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
User avatar
By AndyH
Membership Days Posts
#52572
Sexuality is so complicated, I typically identify as asexual, aromantic but when I date I am attracted to femininity. Its complicated because I don't feel romatic attraction but I still like having a life partner. It also doesn't help that I am non-binary (aka genderqueer)

Link:
Hide post links
Show post links
#52588
I'm kind of all over the place. I'm female to male trans, but am primarily attracted to men, with occasional exceptions. But it's so occasional that it almost feels awkward when I do happen to be attracted to a female. Meanwhile, I'm married to a female who I'm not sexually attracted to. (She's asexual so is totally okay with that.) We've been together for 15 years and she's my CG (Mommy). I'm not even sure I have a definable sexual identity.

Link:
Hide post links
Show post links
#52589
:craze: Thank god I am not alone in this! It is easy to feel like you are the only one who feels like this. I am asexual, demi romantic (minutely) - mainly towards women but with the occasional guy, but I have no desire for sex in the slightest and my gender identity is currently under exploration - I was born female but I do feel more male so therefore am considering transition. Confusing or what? :what:

Link:
Hide post links
Show post links
By Deleted User 54514
#53114
I am a lesbian. It seemed like all my friends started liking guys around 12 and I wasn't attracted to anyone. I kind of just thought no one really ever felt much when they said they like someone and that everyone just pretended their whole lives because that was what they were supposed to do.

Fast forward to when I was 14 and I felt attracted to someone for the first time. She was my friend and she ended up feeling the same way. She ended up being my first gf.

For a few years I kept assuming I was bi, but just hadn't run into the right guy yet. I even tried making myself attracted to a guy that seemed great by going out with him and stuff but that didn't work. Now I am 30 and have still only been attracted to females and not males so I feel I can label myself lesbian.

Link:
Hide post links
Show post links
User avatar
By Zer0
Membership Days Posts Posts Friends Signature
#53327
I am bi/pansexual. I don't fall in love with any gender, race, creed, etc. I fall in love with people. If I have feelings towards someone I go with it. We either have a great friend or a partner. I came out at 16 and my mother said I was confused. I lacked words to explain how I felt.. So I looked around and talked to people and tried to explain the best I could until I had a deep connection with a meaning.

Link:
Hide post links
Show post links

Little bit of a late reply, haha. I'm 23 now, and […]

This was so helpful, thank you so much for posting[…]

What diapers best for me!?

I wear Nappies a lot, and I love to use Tykables O[…]

Favorite jokes!

What did the farmer say to de mean witch? Ribbi[…]