To the guys who identify as bisexual - how often do you feel like you’re faking it or just confused and need “straightening out”? I’ve always been deeply infatuated with women, and if I have a primary sexual/romantic attraction in life, it’s to girls. That’s always been true. They’ve always made me go all wobbly, hot and flustered. But I can’t deny there’s a side to me that wants, on some level, to be the girl I’ve always wanted - I love to dress up and “be a girl” during sex. I love acting out the slutiness and experiencing things from that side. There’s a kinky vulnerability to being penetrated that I love acting out, to be the “feminine” partner. But men don’t really turn me on like women. I don’t get all hot and flustered for them when they’re around me. I can’t imagine ever describing a guy as cute or hot. These are all things I can easily do and say for women. I’ve considered whether I’m trans (this feels like a purely sexual thing, rather than a day to day life kinda thing - it doesn’t bother me being a guy), whether I’m secretly gay and deeply repressed / in-denial (I don’t think I am, but I’m open to it if it’s true), and the only thing I can land on is a weird kind of bisexuality. But because what I call bisexuality isn’t the same thing as what someone else might call bisexuality (ie the potential for deeply sexual/romantic infatuation with both sexes), I often trouble myself over the label and whether it’s correct. I think there’s also a side to me that craves deep male intimacy, because my father was very distant and unaffectionate when I was a kid. Again, I don’t get hot and flustered and nervous around guys and don’t consider them hot or cute, but again, I love the idea of being sexually intimate with another man - there’s a vulnerability and intimacy I get that I simply don’t elsewhere. Does anyone else relate?