What is my sexuality ? Is it wrong ?
Last Updated: 11/09/2020 at 8:52pm
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sexuality can be defined as a lot of things, simply put, your capacity for sexual feelings. Your sexuality is never wrong, regardless of whichever sexuality you identify with.
sexuality is not wrong or right, its a term used to describe the capacity that humans have to have erotic experiences or acitivities. we all have it its inherent to humans and its not bad at all
Your sexuality is something you define. As a definition, sexual attraction (=sexuality) is to whom you are attracted too and want to have sexual contact. You could be either gay, hetero, bi or asexual to there sub-definitions. All are ok to be. And there is nothing wrong with who you are attracted to.
Unfortunately, nobody can tell you what your sexuality is. That's for you to figure out. But whatever your sexuality, I can assure you that it's not wrong at all. You're not wrong because of your sexuality. It can be hard to learn to be okay with your sexuality, but you will get there and you will feel nothing but right.
I don't know! What is your sexuality? I don't know who's asking this question! No sexuality is wrong. I have no idea.
I can't answer what your sexuality is, (I'm sure the only person who can answer that is you) but no sexuality is wrong. You can identity as you want, and no one has the right to tell you that you are wrong. You believe what you believe and therefore, it is correct to you. People will have their own opinions and you'll have to deal with people judging you, but never ever, ever feel like you're wrong for feeling a certain way. I wish you good luck in finding yourself! Feel free to message me if you have any questions as well.
No sexuality is wrong, they're all innate and natural parts of a person's identity. They do not mean being a better or worse person than others, they simply mean attraction towards different people - and there's nothing wrong with being happy with whoever you like! To determine your orientation, you can explore your emotions, feelings, desires, needs... You can imagine yourself being with people of different genders and see how that makes you feel. Just try to be as honest as yourself as you can, and to leave out any fear ot thought about the social reception of whatever you might be.
My sexuality is bisexuality. I am attracted to both men and women, physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. I do not believe that this is wrong. I think that we are all created as unique individuals and I would like to honor that in myself and others.
My sexuality? I'm 'pansexual,' which means that when I look for a companion, gender, race, religion, and their sexuality is not what decides if I'm attracted to them or not. I won't choose a companion based off of what they cannot control. Their personality, and character, is what attracts me. Is it wrong? No. Accepting your sexuality as a part of your identity, and just accepting yourself and loving yourself in general, is one of the strongest things an individual can do personally.
That is for you to decide, I don't know you and I won't ever know enough about you to make decision like this for you. Plus it doesn't really matter what your sexuality is because you're still human and you're still the same person you have always been you just have a preference. There is no such thing as your sexuality being wrong.
I am proud to identify myself as bisexual even if I still am not came up. It's really amazing to love peoples personality not the gender. Maybe this sexuality scares everyone else more than others do but I think it's not scary, it's not wrong - it's just me and the person I love. I don't care there would be a girl or a boy, I care how they make me feel and what makes me and them happy. So if you are one of us - be yourself and love yourself
There is no need to define your personality and put yourself in a box. Sometimes, you can find yourself attracted to people you're not usually attracted to, like someone of the same gender. That's okay! Don't ever feel that that's wrong or inadequate.
the definition of wrong is unjust, dishonest, or immoral. basically morally wrong or somehow hurting you or someone else no sexuality is wrong (although it may feel morally wrong)- unless it's putting someone at risk
Only you know what you're sexuality is and who you're attracted to and you should never feel like you are doing something wrong! Do not ever let anyone tell you that you can't love the same sex, don't let them judge you or make you think that you are wrong for feeling the way that you do. No it's not wrong, and no one should make you think that! Happiness is key, and your happiness is worth more than anything else, if people want to be small minded that's their problem. It's 2016 and it's about time people get over it, you're allowed to be happy and happiness is all that counts!
Only you can decide your sexuality. These are the main ones http://hubpages.com/education/Types-Sexuality-In-Humans And no sexuality is wrong. It's who you are and you should be proud of it.
Sexuality is how you experience sexual attraction to a gender. No sexuality is wrong- if it's how you truly feel, any sexuality is valid.
Only you can understand what's your sexuality, but I can try to help you, if you want. There is not a wrong sexuality. You can be gay, straight, bisexual, asexual, polisexual, or something else, it doesn't matter. I mean, your sexuality doesn't define you as a person. Your actions define you, not your sexuality. There is nothing to worry about. :)
Your sexuality is based on how you feel and who you are personally attracted to, for example if you are a woman exclusively attracted to women then you would be classified under the label lesbian, in the case of a man attracted to exclusively men this would instead be gay. Both of these are examples of homosexuality. Someone can also be bisexual, where they are attracted to two genders, pansexual where they are attracted to people regardless of their gender, or asexual, which is when the individual does not experience sexual attraction. An individual could also be straight, which is when they experience attraction to the opposite gender. None of these sexualities are wrong, in actuality they are a key part of you and something to be proud of.
You yourself is the only person to know what your sexuality is. Your sexuality is not wrong, don't let anyone tell you it is. You can't help who you are attracted to.
Only you can pick your own Sexuality. But do know that everyone one goes throw a time in there lives that they question something in our lives. And know that your fine and there isn't nothing wrong with you
Maybe you don’t know quite yet, but that’s okay. You don’t have to feel rushed to label yourself. And whatever you’re feeling, and whatever gender or people you may feel attracted to, it’s not wrong. Just be you. You don’t have to worry about being anyone but that. You. If you are attracted to someone, then you are attracted to them. If you love someone, then you love them. It’s not wrong. Just do what you feel is right for you.
It's totally normal to question your own sexuality, and no, there is nothing wrong with that. Your sexuality is something that you define- who are you interested in? Who are you NOT interested in? How do people make you feel? It's all something you decide, so do what makes you happy, and know that you are perfect just how you are! c:
Never feel guilty about who you fall in love with. It is an emotion to be embraced. There is nothing wrong with loving someone
Sexuality is fluid, and sometimes hard to understand. It is okay if you dint know what it is just yet but nobody will e able to tell you what your sexuality is. That is for you to discover, even so, your sexuality is not wrong, even if it doesn't seem 'normal' to you. There are many different sexualities and if you haven't found a label that you are comfortable just yet that is okay. Feel free to explore your sexuality, and do not be afraid to ask questions, to both yourself and others. You are an individual, and therefore you will have your own individual feelings, and those are valid.
No one's sexuality is wrong, although sometimes it can feel that way. Sexuality is a huge spectrum and sometimes it is difficult to know where you fit on that spectrum. Often people like to put labels on their sexuality although sometimes there just isn't a label that fits and that is okay too! It can be difficult to understand your sexuality sometimes, it can be stressful and hard to get your head around but it is important to remember that no matter what your sexuality, you are you and you don't need to change that. We are all unique in our own ways.
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