I think it was my older sister who messed me up as a small child. She experimented with me sexually, allowing me to look at and feel her breasts and butt. I think she tried to get me to do things to her vag too, but I wasn't interested at that young age, although I enjoyed the former. Now I think I have a fetish towards relatives, including my older sister and my cousins. Is this something that I can get rid of? It sucks being attracted to these people because I can never risk acting on it.
I’m a 17 year old lesbian and I’m so jealous of how easy it is for straight people to find each other. Out of the girls I know who aren’t straight, I’m not attracted to any of them but the dating pool is so small the chances of me being attracted to any of them would be tiny anyway. I know straight people who are sleeping together and falling in love and I’ve only ever kissed a girl who I wasn’t attracted to. It just seems so easy for them to meet people and I feel like I’ve missed out on the normal teenage experience of meeting new people and having mutual attraction and possibly going on to date. My straight friends can meet people any where and everywhere. I know you might think I’m only 17 and I’ve got a long time left to do this kind of thing but it just feels like I’m missing out on a normal adolescence because of my sexuality.
I'm usually defined as straight and the reason is due to the trend back in 2015 about LGBTQ+ people where everybody just goes out defining themselves all the time ( it's getting annoying). Living in an extreme liberal environment, I wasn't respected by people with my conservative views regarding LGBTQ+ (like harrassing me to be a radical Liberal). In terms of it, I don't usually believe in other genders like non-binary, gender fluid or gender queer. But yeah off course I do respect them if that's what they prefer to be defined as. I have a complex reason why I don't believe in it but one of it is just it doesn't make any logical sense to me. Just educating me with it makes it even more confusing. But I respect them just for the fact that I have no idea what's going on with their lives and their lives is none of my business. If they respect me too and is nice to me then I'd do the same. Just for me I don't really like to meddle with someone's identity unless they started doing it to me too. I would also say something bad if they started it. But in terms of LGBTQ those makes sense to me just the fact the aspect of it have a reasoning. I was also defined as Bisexual and was always been born to be like this. I like to stay away from it though because I feel like being straight is normal and being bi isn't. And from the pride trend that's getting too irritating and whiny and childish, I just kinda go against the community. And to my conservative belief about the + section of LGBTQ+, my belief, and reasoning from other people I know and whom I met have a say to me, affected my identity. So far, I'm just straight, but I still like both male and female. But I said this because a friend of my friend found out about my beliefs.... I don't know how my friend said it to her but she was enraged.... this woman verbally harassed me about my beliefs and slapped me. I didn't have a choice but to protect myself and punched her back. I think my punch wasn't that hard but her slap gave me bruises.
My family stresses me out.. They always ask me why I don't have a boyfriend.. I'm just too picky and it makes me uncomfortable.. I loved my ex so much and I don't know if I'll ever be able to love anyone again. I'm afraid that I'll end up alone.. When sb likes me, I don't like them back I just can't. I break hearts although I don't want to.. I don't want to end up alone, but I also don't want to settle down for less than the love I had.
Is it for you okay if your partner has pictures of celebrities/models/actresses/actors on their phone? I mean, like in a bikini or if they post those pictures on their instagram ? I think it's kinda disrespect to make them public
I broke up with my ex because I felt lonely and disappointed.. It's been a while and as soon as I thought that I was over it I realised I wasn't. I never will and I know that he still loves me. But in order for our relationship to work he has to work on himself and I'm not sure if he's willing to do so. Anyways, I miss him so much and I compare every other guy to him. I want him back, but I kinda think that he has to do the first step because he's the man and he did the "mistake".. or shall I? If I do call him, he won't take me serious.. He thinks that I'm over it, but if I tell him that I'm not, he'll feel free to treat me the way he did before.. What shall I do? I miss him so much I can't think straight.
I know it sounds stupid but as I grow older I kinda realise that it might be better to have a sugar daddy than a bf. Loving someone makes us weak and disappoints us.. Money helps us to get through life.. Nowadays true love can't be found because as soon as you start caring for somebody they try to play you or whatever..
i know every girl my"man" talks to online. should i tell him i know? or make him delete them from EVERYTHING. It's so embarrassing
My slightly younger cousin and I have a very unmutual relationship. She sees me as her goofy brother, I figure, but I have a sexual desire for her. It frustrates me, because I always want to be around her, hoping that she'll see me in a new light one day, but the pain of the reoccurring disappointment gets unbearable. Plus, everytime we hang out lately, she brings a friend, who kind of blocks any tension. Today, while I was at work, and out of service, she asked me to join her at a hockey game. When I got home, I saw the text messages, and immediately decided against it. I don't enjoy hockey, and I didn't feel like wasting a good night freezing where I sat. We weren't even going to be alone to make it interesting, she always brings her friends. After thanking her for thinking of me and telling her I'd rather not, she said, "That's okay." I closed the app, and checked who else messaged me. I got a snap, and it was her. Not only did she have the tickets already, but there were only two in her hand, and she captioned it with a couple question marks, inviting me on a one-on-one hockey date.
i wasn't raised "right"