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  1. ThatOneGirl

    ThatOneGirl Tale as old as time
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    How do you figure out if your a lesbian or just bisexual?
     
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    "Just" bisexual? I resemble that remark!

    Specifically, though, you figure it out based on your sexual attraction to men. If, in your sexual fantasies, you sometimes dwell on specifically male anatomical features, there's a strong probability you might enjoy the real thing. If you decide to experiment with a boy your age, just bear in mind that most of them are quite unfamiliar with what makes a woman feel good, and often are looking for their coats before you're even warmed up.
     
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    I agree with angel70.
    Personal labels vary in importance from person to person, but finding yourself and learning your own preferences can be rewarding. From what I have seen, learning your preferences is a personal journey. Try to think deeply about what you feel for others and when you feel it. You can also experiment, but remember to be safe and that (as angel70 said) many younger males aren't very experienced with women. Just be observant of your feelings toward others, and remember that things sometimes change (I thought I liked men before I entered high school. Boy, did that change) and that change is ok!
     

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