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Posted by raw&burnt , 25 January 2006 · 9 views


I went on a coffee date with this woman yesterday. Part of me was hoping to be more involved with women, but I didn't even come out to her. I liked her and all, but I felt like I went there with an ulterior motive. I was nervous and had to relax myself while on the bus. I still think about the guy, but this is trying my nerves. If things go well with her or any other woman that crosses my path, I'll only see her. I don't date people at the same time. I prefer one on one. I want to have more excitement with my sex life as long as I'm with this guy, if I can call myself being with him. He doesn't consider himself being with me, only as friends. I try to see him as a friend, but really, I'm getting my hopes up.
No more.
I truly hate the bisexual label. A trusted friend labelled me that and I was offended. I hated being offended even more, but I still didn't like being labelled.
I don't know what I am because I don't feel bi or hetero or lesbo. I don't feel sexual at all.



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