I’m a 25-year-old gay man in a relationship. I have always known I’m gay and have never had any issues with my sexuality.
But recently I have been looking at women and feeling attracted to them, and I imagine how different my life would be if I were in a straight relationship.
I don’t know why I’m suddenly feeling like this and I’m very confused! Can you help?
Well, the obvious answer is you could be bisexual.
However, if you’ve never doubted your sexuality before, there might be other reasons for how you’re feeling. Have you found it hard to be accepted as a gay man by your family and friends?
Are you wondering what it would be like to be straight simply because you think it would be easier, even though you’ve never fancied women before?
If you’re thinking of experimenting with the opposite sex, think about your boyfriend first.
Don’t test the waters while you’re still in a relationship with him. It’s not fair and it’s still cheating, even if it’s with a woman instead of a man.
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