My boyfriends have said they wouldn't be surprised if I said I was bi/gay – I’m not sure why as I’ve never spoken about my female fantasies with them.It's not just been in my adult life that I've thought that I might not be straight, I remember writing in my diary about it when I was in primary school and its been an idea in my head since that time.to me it depends on what age difference we are talking about.
Then again, there might be a percentage of straight women who would say the same thing.
Sometimes being with another woman is the thing that helps some women come out and realize their true sexual orientation.
relationships consist of trust and loyalty, and ALOT of compromise.
its not easy but 2 people that are really determined to make it work can do it if they really love each other.
I’m sure there are many people who will relate to it.
Before coming out as lesbian or bisexual, many women have relationships with men. It sounds like you’ve been in non-stop relationships since you were 15. It’s good that you’re on a break right now and trying to figure out who you are.
My current relationship is suffering from my lack of sexual interest - we are currently 'on a break'.
I need to do something and wondered if you could shed some light!
The external influences of family hatred and society poking fun or having a go do grind you down a lot even if you are both very much in love.