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What's your sexual orientation ?

  • Gay

    Votes: 21 18.9%
  • Bisexual

    Votes: 20 18.0%
  • Queer

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Pansexual

    Votes: 5 4.5%
  • Asexual

    Votes: 6 5.4%
  • Aromantic

    Votes: 2 1.8%
  • Heterosexual

    Votes: 48 43.2%
  • Homosexual

    Votes: 1 0.9%
  • Androsexual/Androphilic

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Bicurious

    Votes: 8 7.2%

  • Total voters
    111
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SexualChocolate

SexualChocolate

Member
Jul 5, 2018
99
Sexual Orientation/Sexuality: Describes a person's enduring physical, romantic, and/or emotional attraction to another person. Gender identity and sexual orientation are not the same. Transgender people may be straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual, or queer. For example, a person who transitions from male to female and is attracted solely to men would typically identify as a straight woman.

Gay: The adjective used to describe people whose enduring physical, romantic, and/ or emotional attractions are to people of the same gender (e.g., gay man, gay people). Sometimes lesbian is the preferred term for women. Avoid identifying gay people as "homosexuals," an outdated term considered derogatory and offensive to many lesbian and gay people.

Lesbian: A woman whose enduring physical, romantic, and/or emotional attraction is to other women. Some lesbians may prefer to identify as gay or as gay women. Avoid identifying lesbians as "homosexuals," a derogatory term.

Bisexual, Bi: A person who has the capacity to form enduring physical, romantic, and/ or emotional attractions to those of the same gender or to those of another gender. People may experience this attraction in differing ways and degrees over their lifetime. Bisexual people need not have had specific sexual experiences to be bisexual; in fact, they need not have had any sexual experience at all to identify as bisexual.

Queer: An adjective used by some people, particularly younger people, whose sexual orientation is not exclusively heterosexual (e.g. queer person, queer woman). Sometimes, for those who only identify as queer, the terms lesbian, gay, and bisexual are perceived to be too limiting and/or fraught with cultural connotations they feel don't apply to them. But many people identify as both queer and another sexual orientation (e.g. queer and a lesbian). Once considered a pejorative term, queer has been reclaimed by some LGBT people to describe themselves; however, it is not a universally accepted term, even within the LGBT community. When Q is seen at the end of LGBT, it typically means queer and, less often, questioning.

LGBTQ: Acronym for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer. Sometimes, when the Q is seen at the end of LGBT, it can also mean questioning. LGBT and/or GLBT are also often used.

Asexual: An adjective used to describe people who do not experience sexual attraction (e.g., asexual person).

Aromantic: An adjective used to describe people who do not experience romantic attraction (e.g., aromantic person).

Heterosexual: An adjective used to describe people whose enduring physical, romantic, and/ or emotional attraction is to people of the opposite gender. Also straight.

Homosexual: An outdated clinical term considered derogatory and offensive.

Coming out: A lifelong process of self-acceptance. People forge a LGBTQ identity first to themselves, and then they may reveal it to others. Publicly sharing one's identity may or may not be part of coming out.

Out: A person who self-identifies as LGBTQ in their personal, public, and/or professional lives. Preferred to openly gay.

Closeted: Describes a person who is not open about their sexual orientation or gender identity. It's better to simply refer to someone as "not out" about being LGBTQ. Some individuals may be out to some people in their life, but not out to others due to fear of rejection, harassment, violence, losing one's job, or other concerns.

Androsexual/Androphilic Being primarily sexually, aesthetically, and/or romantically attracted to masculinity.

Bicurious Similar to questioning, people might say they're bicurious if they're exploring whether or not they're attracted to people of the same gender as well as people of another gender.

Demiromantic People who do not experience romantic attraction until a strong emotional or sexual connection is formed with a partner.

Demisexual People on the asexual spectrum who do experience some sexual attraction, but only in certain situations, like after they've formed a strong emotional or romantic connection with a partner.

Gynesexual/gynephilic Being primarily sexually, aesthetically, and/or romantically attracted to femininity.
 
Alysia

Alysia

Member
Jul 3, 2018
94
Much asexual, do masturbate (to me it's just a physical hunger that has to be satisfied periodically to have a serene mind again, not really any emotion or desire involved), but could only really possibly consider doing sexual things to someone else while keeping my own clothes on, but even that could feel pretty uncomfortable and it's not really a desire of mine.

Strong romantic attraction (hugging, kissing, sitting/lying and holding each other, holding hands, dancing slowly) towards both/all genders, though. :)
 
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creationisdeath

Specialist
Oct 20, 2018
359
If gay means happy I'm straight as can be..

I despise the focus on sex these days. I have deliberately allowed only very few sexual interactions in my life. I crave a deep connection and trust instead.
There has even been a moment where a woman "started doing things" to me and I physically pushed her away. I didn't love her. It didn't feel good at all. It was nothing but whoring around.

I want someone to hold hands with. That special feeling of warmth. Someone to sit together in silence with and enjoy each other's existence. I want to know I have absolute loyalty. I want blind faith. That really gets me going. This is not an intellectual interaction - it really has great effects on me. The physical aspect plays little to no role.

Purely for satisfying the primitive physical urges my own body suffices.
 
21Neberg

21Neberg

Enlightened
Dec 17, 2018
1,624
I'm straight, but it's irrelevant since no one will ever want to be with me again. I was lucky to be in the relationship for the short time it lasted. I'm an unlikeable piece of shit, so why should I bother thinking about who I like? I'm only setting myself up for disappointment.
 
cherub

cherub

Fvcking Loser
Jan 27, 2019
147
I'm attracted to men, but I can't feel sexual desire until a strong emotional bond is established. Some will say that's on the Ace spectrum(I suppose it is by definition), but I don't care enough to even put that label on myself, because I like the opposite sex regardless, so hetero lol.
 
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daemonblight

Member
Jun 26, 2018
82
I'm attracted to guys (gay), but I like the aesthetic physique of the female body (no sexual attraction though, purely artistic).
 
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JustAboutDone

Illuminated
Jan 1, 2019
3,532
I'm straight, but it's irrelevant since no one will ever want to be with me again. I was lucky to be in the relationship for the short time it lasted. I'm an unlikeable piece of shit, so why should I bother thinking about who I like? I'm only setting myself up for disappointment.

Your stalker here :-) I think actually the person you were with was lucky to be with you. You're kind and caring - and have good taste in music! x
 
Lil_Intro_Vert

Lil_Intro_Vert

she/they
Oct 15, 2018
195
i used to default to straight, but lately i've been crushing on a guy that's in a couple of my classes pretty bad, so i wanna say bisexual, but for some reason i feel like i don't count lol
 
NumbItAll

NumbItAll

expendable
May 20, 2018
977
I'm asexual, sex seems repulsive, disgusting, boring. Even all the kissing and touching is like yuck.
Why would anyone want to do this... I don't understand xD
I can definitely see why someone would think this if they have no sexual urges haha... it is pretty disgusting when you think about it.
 

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