I've been trying to decide where I lie in terms of sexuality for a long time, and to be honest I'm not completey sure I fit within any category. One's view and method of finding a clear answer to this would have to depend on one's definition of what makes sexual orientation. Is it who you want to have sex with, or who you fall in love with, or a combination of both? I think we all have to remember not to classify orientation with just one of these attributes. Who we want to have sex with is usually what people use to distinguish sexuality, but is that really accurate? Many times it can be, but it's still the wrong judge in my opinion, because there's so much more. I like women. I like to have sex with women. I fall in love with women. That should make me straight. On the other hand I can appreciate a good looking guy when I see one. I won't fall in love with one. Could I j/o with a guy and still be straight? I think so. But what if it goes a little further than that, would I still be straight? Probably not. Although since I can't fall in love with a guy and I refuse to penetrate or even kiss a guy, it doesn't fullfill each attribute, so I can't be bisexual. My ability to be with and enjoy women is superior. Am I just an open mnded straight guy? Where does that leave me? Somewhere in middle, right!? Which is why I don't like to acknowledge sexuality at all, at least in my case. Calling me bisexual would be the easy way out, and inaccurate according to my philosophy. With these labels, I just don't see the point. I'm starting to think another reason that made me question myself is the amount of attention I get from men. There are tons of men who become interested in me, and I receive comments from very few women. Maybe I'm just giving in to the pressures? Or maybe I'm just rationalizing again! But I think things through detail, that's just the way I am. I'm complicated, and I just prefer to rid myself of orientation labels altogether. I think I'll be happier in life being confident with how I feel and what I'm comfortable with doing. That's all that matters!