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Anybody else find themselves always question their sexuality after coming out?

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  1. Canterpiece

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    I have a habit of doing so whenever I come out to someone, however these moments of questioning often don't last very long and I go through the realisation that I'm gay again. It's a sort of "but what if you're wrong and you have to come out again as something else?" kind of thought, but then I think about my attractions and think that currently it's silly to worry about such things because there's been no change, but regardless I always go through this whenever I come out.

    Anyone else tend to have similar thoughts/ go through this when they come out to people?
     
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    No, because I waited until I was 18 and was included in a conversation I was already having.
     
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    I kind of did. I mean, I came out as bi to everyone, and now I don't think I'm bi anymore. So I've just gradually made it more obvious that I'm not bi, I guess? But I still might kind of be. I really have no idea.
     
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    I originally came out as bi, and tried to make that work for the longest time before I actually came to terms that I was actually just gay.
     
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    i came out as gay but still feel like im bi, its a strange feeling
     
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    Nah, I've always been entirely certain.
     
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    It is quite natural . Anyone in this situation would definitely understand, but, let it not trouble us. On the contrary tarry, evaluate, do not trouble yourself. Be bold to acknowledge once done.
     
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    yes! I get this a lot...a few guys have asked me out, but I told them that i'm gay...and then I sort of question myself because of them...but then I think for a while and I always come to the conclusion that i'm into girls. IDK if this is normal or totally weird!?
     
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    I always do this because I feel like my sexuality isn't such an important aspect in life and as a pansexual, sexuality can be kinda confusing. This is very normal, we're constantly discovering ourselves and finding out new information within our inner selves.