>Are you straight, gay, or bisexual?
I consider myself to be very straight. I have no sexual attraction to the female body, nor any sexual attraction to what I personally feel like is feminine features on men, such as clothing or certain soft features in the body. I am sexually attracted to the much more masculine aspects, although there is many types of guys out there, and sometimes some of the more soft, nerdy, or boyish ones catch my eye just as well.
I can still appreciate when a women is gorgeous, or obviously has a lot of sexual attraction about her for one reason or another, but if given the opportunity to have sex with them, it would likely do nothing for me and not turn me on. And I do know from experience, having had a threesome with my partner and another women, that it just doesn't do much for me at all. I participated and had a good time, but that was because the act of seeing my partner so turned on and enjoying himself got me
turned on. So, again, my sexual attraction was focused on the man.>If you are straight, have you ever made the first move towards a man? Like, in a real way, not dressing up a certain way and having your eyebrow a cm more to the left than it otherwise would be, indicating interest and waiting for him to chat you up. More, gone up and started a conversation?
Oh yea, plenty of times. Infact, I would say it's been about fifty/fifty and pretty equal. Back in highschool, it was a little more awkward, but as I grew older it got easier. I don't think I've ever outright just walked up and asked for someone's number, but instead I have just started light conversations and tried to keep a subject going. If the conversation went well and flowed pretty easy, and I felt some kind of connection to the person, then it usually ended with something along the lines of "Well it's been really fun talking with you, do you think we could do this again some time?", and then either A-they're not interested and politely decline, or B-numbers get exchanged. And that's happened the opposite with me as well, where someone will start up a conversation.>Have your friends done so? Why or why not?
Yes they have, and it's been about the same. About half of my friends have dated old friends from back in highschool though, and those conversations were more along the lines of trying Post too long. Click here to view the full text.