I've been thinking more and more lately about how far back my interest in men probably goes. Like, what's the oldest instant where I found a male person or a male character attractive, and didn't really care that they were a man? And I think I've found it. There was an early episode of Disney's Chip & Dale: Rescue Rangers during the first season of the show (it was in reruns during my childhood), where the chipmunks were trying to rescue a young girl (who had the hots for Chip), and the girl's baby sister (I believe), from the villain Fat Cat's hideout. And there's a whole scene, where Chip and Dale must don disguises to dress up as female night-club singers, in order to distract everyone so that Gadget can infiltrate the locked room upstairs and rescue the girls. Now, I was about 5, maybe, at the earliest I saw this episode. But as the years went on, I noticed that I kinda had the hots for Dale, if only cause he was getting a little too into the role; which strangely enough, the comic-relief characters in shows tend to do if they do drag at any point. They really commit. I know this story is a little odd, and I've already discussed furries in a few other threads. But this was simply an interesting memory that I just now scrounged up and thought I'd share. Anyone else have a moment like that during their youth that you've been able to re-evaluate since coming out?