Hey guys, it's been a while since I've been too active here, not that I ever was that active, but I recently had an experience and I feel most comfortable discussing it here. I don't really identify as straight or gay, but I know I'm attracted to both men and women. I've been in relationships with men and women, but since my last relationship (my first one with a man), I've been kind of hesitant moving forward. I've had sex with a bunch of people, but I haven't had a relationship since that guy. I've really wanted to get into a relationship with a girl, especially as my last relationship mostly ended because I am not gay and my partner very much was. I also am very attracted to women, and felt that sex was difficult to adjust to with a man. My boss recently introduced me to a girl that used to work at our office (I'm new), and I thought she was really interesting. She was cute, nice, smart, etc. I asked her to come out the next night, and she did. It was casual, we each had friends. We had a bunch of drinks and things got weird. She ended up telling me that she thought I was gay and that she just sees me that way, end of story. I thought that was pretty unfair, seeing as how she doesn't even know me and how I was interested in her but now it sounds like there is NO chance with her. Even if there was a chance and she just said it because she was either drunk or didn't mean for it to come out that way, I'm so turned off by her because who is she to define my sexuality. I just wanted to say I was frustrated by it because, and I know it's just one girl, I'm trying so hard to meet people, living in a new place, and I'm just being told by her that I am not attracted to her. Now I'm not, but it was just a sucky few days. Thanks everyone for reading, if anyone has any advice or similar stories it'd be great to share. I don't feel like talking to this girl again, I'm moving on from it. I don't care if she doesn't think the way I act or talk or whatever it was was straight, that's how I am. Girls line up for me, so it's her loss.