I'm interested to know how bi people perceive their attractions to men and women. In other words, how is your attraction (physical, emotional, intellectual, social) to one gender different than your attraction to the other gender? Or, are they completely the same? I'm trying to figure this out for myself, so I'm looking for insights from others. For example, I'm more phobic about my attraction to men, so I'm trying to get over that. I'm starting to date men now, and I'd be interested in a boyfriend, or maybe just a little sex. I really like the emotional self-awareness of gay men. It's attractive to me. Sex with a man is good, but it's not as easy, or as natural to me as having sex with a woman. Don't get me wrong. I had anal sex with the first man I fell in love with, and it was probably the best sex I'd ever had in my life. On the other hand, I'm entirely more comfortable with my opposite sex attraction. Intercourse with a woman feels natural and wonderful. I can't say, however, that I have felt as emotionally connected as I have to men. When I have sex with a woman, I think I sense that she's becoming really emotionally attached to me, and that scares me because it's not what I want. I prefer the emotional attachment to men. OK, I'll stop there. I welcome any insights about the subtleties of your attractions. Thanks!
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