I can distinctly remember fantasizing about what it would feel like to kiss her.For a long time, I didn't think that I could ever feel about a man the way I felt about women. When I was 15, I started identifying as a lesbian and exclusively saw women, but when I was 17, I started identifying as bisexual.She ended up kissing me for the first time after asking me to go out for something to eat.
I kept it a secret from the rest of my friends for a while because I didn't really know where things were going to go.I find most people don't care and besides the gross men who romanticize and sexualize my relationships with women, it's gone really well.Woman A: I was actually casually dating a couple of girls, one of whom identified as gay and was horrified to tell her parents.When I came out to my parents, I was so nervous but it was super easy.
I just told my mom that I liked girls, and she was like, "I know." I was 22.When we finally broke up, she said, "I knew I never should have dated a bi girl!