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This is my first D&D thread and I hope I'm doing this right and if not I deeply apologize and oh please, do not hurt me. D:
Anyways, to begin with, I am another soul out there questioning their sexuality and I've run into a lot of debate mostly about bisexuality. For heterosexual and homosexual people when they first know they carry their sexual orientation it's normally through crushes, not many (I would assume) need to have sex in order to know definitely that they are straight or gay. However, when it comes to bisexuality a lot of people from both camps claim that in order to know if you are truly bisexual you'd have to have sex with both the opposite and same sex. That crushes are not merely enough to claim true bisexuality.
I'm not talking simply about finding someone attractive in a "They're cute" kind of way, I mean in an honest to goodness crush. But if that is truly the case for bisexuals then why isn't it the same for heterosexuals or homosexuals? And even then, even after having sex with your originally desired sex, can't things change and you actually end up preferring the opposite of what you began lusting after?
So when does someone truly know their sexual orientation then? Does it begin with repeated fantasies or dreams, does it become confirmed at the crush stage, or does a person have to go "all the way" to know definitely what they are? Or is sexuality so fluid that one may never know?
Again, apologies if this isn't correct or the wrong place I am so scared of D&D but I wanted to ask this and discuss it with reasonable people