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Of course if you feel judged, ask yourself why, and take a step back from such judgement's and never let them control your decisions.To realise whether you're gay or lesbian takes a long time.Sometimes putting a label on it can help, but other times it's just more confusing. Are those people not of the opposite sex, or at least some of them? I know it might be a cop out answer but the answer comes from inside. Should you concern yourself with your sexuality or just accept who you are attracted to?Fantasies, conscious attractions, emotional and romantic feelings, and sexual behaviors are all indicators about your sexual preferences, and therefore your orientation. Your sexual orientation is unique, and only you can decide who you are. Asexuallity (not being sexually attracted to people at all) or pansexuallity (being attracted to men, women and everyone inbetween), just to mention two of my favorites. If you feel an attraction towards someone and they feel it back towards you, what should stop you?I guess that could be the first indication that you might be gay.I Came out about a year ago now and I can honestly say that it was the best thing I've ever done; I now simple feel free.

Thinking about been gay took me a long time to be comfortable with who I am (on what I call a journey- the process of realising and come out as gay).Each and every experience is different in it's own way, so if yours doesn't relate to mine that doesn't mean to say that there isn't a possibility for you being homosexual. That's a bit of a tricky question, as sexuality isn't a black and white subject. Gay and lesbian are pretty much the same thing, one is used for boys attracted to boys and the other is for girls attracted to girls.I once got told something that I will never forget; go with your heart. Bisexuality is when you're attracted to boys and girls. Personally, I feel like everyone has felt same sex attraction at least once. I identify as Pansexual (Liking people regardless of any gender identity), and there is more than just straight, lesbian, gay, or bi. It is normal to feel physically attracted to someone of the same sex, but if you could see yourself having a life with that person then you could be either gay, bisexual, or lesbian. If you feel like you are attracted to someone of the same sex emotionally.

Thinking about been gay took me a long time to be comfortable with who I am (on what I call a journey- the process of realising and come out as gay).

Each and every experience is different in it's own way, so if yours doesn't relate to mine that doesn't mean to say that there isn't a possibility for you being homosexual. That's a bit of a tricky question, as sexuality isn't a black and white subject. Gay and lesbian are pretty much the same thing, one is used for boys attracted to boys and the other is for girls attracted to girls.

I once got told something that I will never forget; go with your heart. Bisexuality is when you're attracted to boys and girls.

Personally, I feel like everyone has felt same sex attraction at least once. I identify as Pansexual (Liking people regardless of any gender identity), and there is more than just straight, lesbian, gay, or bi. It is normal to feel physically attracted to someone of the same sex, but if you could see yourself having a life with that person then you could be either gay, bisexual, or lesbian.

If you feel like you are attracted to someone of the same sex emotionally.

Sexuality is a personal experience, and no one can define it but you. Sexuality is fluid, and it exists more on a scale than in black and white.