I just turned 26 the other day and since high school have been confused by my sexual orientation. I have not had a girlfriend and have not gone on any dates (living at home after college hasn't helped--I'm thinking about moving out within the year). I am not a bad looking guy nor do I lack social skills--just haven't made any moves. I always seem to use the excuse, "I don't want to ruin a good friendship." with any girl that could be a potential match. As friends start to pair up and a couple have gotten married, it's made me start to think a lot. I find myself recognizing when someone is good looking, both women and men. I really like breasts, something about them makes me take a good stare. The firmness and perkyness is a turn on for me. But when it comes to masturbation, I find myself looking mostly at naked pictures of guys. Initially I thought this had to do with "envy"--being fascinated with the male form while I was growing up and wondering how I would look when I became a man. However, I also find myself looking at guys in the gym showers. Something about showering nude with other guys is arousing. The forum "Open Locker Room Showers" on LPSG is also exciting. I can't imagine myself having sex with or being intimate with another man, it's sickening to the stomach. I like kids and often think how great it would be to raise a family some day. I have a routine physical exam coming up in a week and wonder if I should feel comfortable addressing these concerns with my doctor. Overall, I feel comfortable talking to him--he is attentive and genuinely cares about his patients. Last year I had some blood in my ejaculate and mustered up the courage to ask him about it. He said "sexual activity is healthy.", but I didn't have the nerve to tell him I was still a virgin. Society says you're either straight or gay. It seems more acceptable for women to swing both ways, but a guy cannot. Has any guy on this forum found that they are also attracted to men, but are now in a healthy relationship with a woman? I feel conflicted. Any insight or advice is greatly appreciated.