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Sex 101: Are Any of Us 100 % Straight?

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I discovered my bi-sexual side later on in life and, if I'm honest, it took me more than a little by surprise.

The beauty and the softness is special and I'm proud of who I am.  Girls/women are more tactile than men anyway and these days I do not beleive that deep down any women/girl is 100% hetrosexual.

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Destati Destati 4 years
"For me, it's still very much about the person, versus the gender. I think some might argue, 'well isn't that bi-sexuality?' Bisexuality still positions you as liking men and liking women. I'm coming at it from, 'I want to like the person.'" I am also Pan-sexual, and I never really looked for a man or a woman specifically, I just like who I like regardless of their gender. I am with a man, but if he was a woman, it wouldn't affect anything.
Destati Destati 4 years
"For me, it's still very much about the person, versus the gender. I think some might argue, 'well isn't that bi-sexuality?' Bisexuality still positions you as liking men and liking women. I'm coming at it from, 'I want to like the person.'" I am also Pan-sexual, and I never really looked for a man or a woman specifically, I just like who I like regardless of their gender. I am with a man, but if he was a woman, it wouldn't affect anything.
harri7 harri7 4 years
Well, going by statistics, 80% of people are attracted to the same sex, if only a tiny bit. I would however consider myself very straight. I have kissed quite a few girls, and although enjoyable, as kissing usually is, i am just not attracted to girls. I sort of wish i were attracted to girls, because it would be good fun to hook up with both sexes but i just am not interested in girls at all. So i do believe that it is possible to be 100% straight, because i'm pretty sure i am! I also agree with Natalie Love that it's annoying this notion that straight girls who don't like girls at all must be 'prudes'. No one chooses their sexuality, it's just how we're born.
Rory1225 Rory1225 5 years
I have never found a woman attractive in a sexual or romantic way. I can see a girl and think she is pretty, but that is not the same as attraction.
teanpa teanpa 5 years
I suppose curiosity varies from individual to individual. However, I believe everyone is just that: curious. So are any of us truly 100% straight? Depends on the level of curiosity and how far one is willing to experiment.
teanpa teanpa 5 years
I suppose curiosity varies from individual to individual. However, I believe everyone is just that: curious. So are any of us truly 100% straight? Depends on the level of curiosity and how far one is willing to experiment.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
That's interesting you mention pansexual, I never knew there was a term for it but I used to have a friend many years ago whole felt the exact same way.
gothiktenkasen gothiktenkasen 5 years
I don't believe that anyone is 100% gay or 100% straight. There's always a fraction that will still be attracted to someone of the same (or opposite) sex. Sometimes its based on looks and sometimes its about the total package. I have a very conservative straight girl friend that found herself questioning her sexuality when she made friends with a beautiful, smart, funny girl. Now they're dating. She's not a lesbian and she doesn't consider herself bi or gay; she's just found someone she really likes.I, personally, am pansexual which basically means that if I'm attracted to someone, I'm attracted to them, regardless of gender, sex and sexual orientation. Check it out on wiki. :)
gothiktenkasen gothiktenkasen 5 years
I don't believe that anyone is 100% gay or 100% straight. There's always a fraction that will still be attracted to someone of the same (or opposite) sex. Sometimes its based on looks and sometimes its about the total package. I have a very conservative straight girl friend that found herself questioning her sexuality when she made friends with a beautiful, smart, funny girl. Now they're dating. She's not a lesbian and she doesn't consider herself bi or gay; she's just found someone she really likes. I, personally, am pansexual which basically means that if I'm attracted to someone, I'm attracted to them, regardless of gender, sex and sexual orientation. Check it out on wiki. :)
Mysterious Mysterious 5 years
I consider myself 100% straight, I have never feel any attraction for a women. I have never kiss or experience anything with any women. I look at women and I recognized when a woman is good looking, most of the time is to look up to when it comes to body or beauty.
Lucy-Hush Lucy-Hush 5 years
I think it boils down to how open you are to new experiences. I think it's safe to say that most women have at least thought about it in some kind of capacity.
AlyCarolina AlyCarolina 5 years
Well, I have has some expirience with girls just like making out and it was fun but to ME (its just my opinion) there is nothing like a good D!@%.. but if something would happen with another women I would be cool with it I guess that makes me bi... but My man is so good in bed I would not change him for another man or women.
nyxmoxie nyxmoxie 5 years
I'm 100% straight, I disagree with your theory. Not everyone sees the world as you do. Speaking for myself, the only real relationship I could ever have is with my bf. I also need to have sex with a man.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
Maybe I should have elaborated about my friend: we'd be out and she's say something like "Look at that's chick's cleavage, I would love to bury my face in that," she would openly leer at women, she even asked me for a threesome once when she was drunk (I barely knew the guy so I declined).She told me should would be bi but the thought of eating a girl out grosses her out. I think she was insecure about her own body and projecting that insecurity onto other women. I think a lot of women are that way. I think they end up denying themselves of something they truly desire because of their insecurities.I understand where you're coming from chillchic but "Just because you have certain feelings doesn't mean everyone else does." I didn't say 'everyone,' I said 'a friend.' As in one person. As in not everyone. As in not you. Next time you feel like picking my comment apart how about you actually read what I wrote and try to understand it first, instead of lumping me in with your ONE friend who thinks all men should be gay because he is.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
Maybe I should have elaborated about my friend: we'd be out and she's say something like "Look at that's chick's cleavage, I would love to bury my face in that," she would openly leer at women, she even asked me for a threesome once when she was drunk (I barely knew the guy so I declined). She told me should would be bi but the thought of eating a girl out grosses her out. I think she was insecure about her own body and projecting that insecurity onto other women. I think a lot of women are that way. I think they end up denying themselves of something they truly desire because of their insecurities. I understand where you're coming from chillchic but "Just because you have certain feelings doesn't mean everyone else does." I didn't say 'everyone,' I said 'a friend.' As in one person. As in not everyone. As in not you. Next time you feel like picking my comment apart how about you actually read what I wrote and try to understand it first, instead of lumping me in with your ONE friend who thinks all men should be gay because he is.
Venus1 Venus1 5 years
Although I appreciate this is not scientific, it's interesting that added together the bi and the curious way outnumber those who say they are 100% straight.
Gawjuslayd Gawjuslayd 5 years
I have had this conversation:GIRL: "Do you have a boyfriend?"ME: "No. I hate men".GIRL: "Oh so do you have a girlfriend, then?"ME: "No. I hate women too. I hate everyone equally."Oh boy, Did she shut her mouth up fast!!!
Gawjuslayd Gawjuslayd 5 years
I have had this conversation: GIRL: "Do you have a boyfriend?" ME: "No. I hate men". GIRL: "Oh so do you have a girlfriend, then?" ME: "No. I hate women too. I hate everyone equally." Oh boy, Did she shut her mouth up fast!!!
divinedebris divinedebris 5 years
I feel sexuality is more fluid than people think. It's ever changing, you can be aroused or intrigued by someone who doesn't follow your normal archetype. So what? I have always considered myself "whatever" because, who cares? I'm married and completely in love with my husband but I still find women sexually and aesthetically arousing. But hey, that's just my opinion and we're not all the same.
divinedebris divinedebris 5 years
I feel sexuality is more fluid than people think. It's ever changing, you can be aroused or intrigued by someone who doesn't follow your normal archetype. So what? I have always considered myself "whatever" because, who cares? I'm married and completely in love with my husband but I still find women sexually and aesthetically arousing. But hey, that's just my opinion and we're not all the same.
Venus1 Venus1 5 years
Again, thank you for your responses and I would like to make a public apology to Pont Neuf for any offence caused by what I had hoped was a fun poll. I have changed a lot in recent years though and I am certainly far from 100% straight, and it took me many years to discover this. But I did not want my views to offend anyone.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
Chillchic my response to you keeps getting flagged. So I'll check and see if my comments make it on by tomorrow, and if not, I'll give it another try.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
PontNeuf I think SKG means it's tough growing up discriminated against and then it's still tough being in a relationship and having your love discriminated against.
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