Yes of course, you can identify as anything you like without having those experiences, you know how you feel. Labels aren't always useful and how you feel is more important. I identified as BI for a while even though i had never had any physical contact with a woman.
Absolutely you can! Your experience, or lack thereof, does not diminish your feelings. Bisexuality is an attraction to more than one gender, not experience with more than one gender. If you feel like the bi label fits you, then use it!
Do you think every heterosexual person ever waited to date people of the opposite gender to know/tell/call themselves "straight" ? I don't think so ^^
You call yourself whatever feels right for you, even if you didn't experimented.
Attraction is attraction, it doesn't give any clue about "actions". ^^
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August 13th, 2018 8:30pm
You can call yourself whatever you feel comfortable with, the label isn't important, it's a guide for other people to understand you a little better, if you're comfortable with the label and want others to see you as bisexual (open to relations with both sexes) go for it, if not, don't.