Nuh that helps heaps, i have gone on sites before to explore and i'm intrigued but i could never see myself having the courage to approach a girl, but i really want to explore sooner than later because i'm finding myself attracted to girls and i need to know if it's a phase or true, thanks for your advice :D
If you’re close to your sister, maybe you could even talk to her about it. You could even go to a gay bar/club with her or a supportive friend. Good luck and just enjoy it :)
not sure whether youre good with advice but i'm going to ask anyway. So i've considered myself straight for majority of my life until my sister came open about being gay and it opened my eyes. I've always seen woman as really beautiful and calm natured and i think i second eye girls more than i second eye guys and for some reason lately i've had the opportunity to have a boyfriend but i turn them all down and they are really nice guys, would you think i'm turning gay?
I’d be more than happy to offer my advice in the hope that it helps :) I don’t think anyone turns gay, but I do believe that you can begin to discover that you are at any time in your life. It sounds like you have a great appreciation for both men and women (which doesn’t necessarily mean you have to label yourself as bisexual, by the way). My best advice would be to explore. It doesn’t necessarily have to be sexually, you could even start with finding an online lgbt support group and talk to a bunch of people about how they realised they were gay. At the end of the day, be yourself. You don’t need to put a label on yourself and you don’t need to feel obliged to date anyone. Time will tell and I promise that you won’t stay confused forever. I hope I’ve helped in some way and that you feel you can talk to me if you have any other questions :)
I’ll break into your silence and drain your patience of its calm. Your growing need for comfort will settle outstretched in your palm. Through your offering I’ll adore you, your impatience I’ll embrace, and from strength to strength I can be sure, that home has found its place.
I just finished having dinner with my mum, brother and grandma. 90% of the conversation was about me being gay and the time I came out and they were completely supportive the entire time. When my brother and mum started having their own conversation, my grandma nudged me gently and said “I knew before you said anything. Grandmothers instinct.” Then she smiled and rubbed my shoulder.