Is a girl bisexual if she has only been attracted to guys but

There's one girl she is attracted to mostly because of her personality but she also thinks she's adorable.

She's an adult and never felt attracted to the same gender until this one girl.

Is that bi or probably just likes her a lot where her brain is confused and thinks she likes her as more than a friend? She's not sexually attracted at all and the act of doing anything sexual on a woman is a turn off

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  • To me it seems like you are too caught up in the labels of it

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  • Sounds straight to me. But I'm no expert. I know I'm bi curious yet very rarely attracted to women

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  • Sexual and romantic too different feelings!! She can be romantically attracted to women just not sexually and vice versa

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  • Lots of straight people have that one exception. Don't worry about it anyway, if she makes you feel good then that's great.

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  • Yeah she's not bisexual if she could never imagine doing something sexual with a woman. That is literally in the name.

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  • Reality is usually a matter of shades of grey, but it's normal for people to prefer to see it in black and white terms since that requires a lot less mental effort. So we're inclined to shove ourselves and others into neat little boxes and consider that problem sorted out forever.

    You're free to apply whatever labels you choose to yourself, but the truth is that human sexuality is never a matter of either-or.

    Maybe, deep down, hidden away under all the cultural conditioning and the beliefs you've built up about the person you are, there is some sexual attraction to the woman and you're in denial. But it's also common for people to get confused about their feelings of emotional attraction and sexual attraction. It's entirely possible for someone to be romantically attracted to someone and not attracted at all sexually. Proof of the reverse of that has been experienced by countless people on Saturday and Sunday mornings ever since the invention of reliable contraception.

    For what it's worth, it's not unusual for women to fantasise about erotic encounters with another woman, and that applies even to women who consider themselves straight and who would never take the leap of trying to make the fantasy real. It's also not all that unusual for a woman to have a sexual encounter with another woman once in their life just to see what it's like, and to confirm that it's not what really rocks their world.

    I suggest you try not to worry about labels. If you enjoy being with the woman and she's happy spending time with you, then enjoy that connection. You'll find as you go through life that you won't meet many people who you'll feel about in that way.

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  • Depends if you like her sexually. If only romantically, then you could be biromantic but still straight :)

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  • She could be bi-curious.. I consider myself in a sense a bi-curious as I do like certain female body parts (the ass mainly) but I would probably won't sleep with a other female unless I really like her and if it's a 3some (ffm)

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  • Everyone’s a little bit gay, and thats just a fact.

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  • More bicurious than bisexual.

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  • i don't really think it matters. only you can decide how you want to label yourself. if you're having feelings for someone it's ok if they don't fit into a box! you don't have to know if they're romantic or platonic feelings! people focus a lot on making all these binary categories but feelings and sexuality are a lot more fluid than that. i get that it's confusing though. there are definitely bi people who have non-sexual romantic feelings for just one person of the same gender and there are definitely straight people who have those types of feelings too! ultimately bi and straight are just labels and either way you feel how you feel. feelings are really complicated and it's normal to want to label them but regardless of what you call it, you feel some kind of way.

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  • I'd say shes bi curious and is afraid to admit it

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  • Sounds straight

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