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jameselkins1 jameselkins1 13-15 13 Answers Nov 15, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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There's nothing wrong with loving men, women do it, men do it. Can't be anything wrong with somethign everyone does.

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Maybe you aren't as straight as you think you are.

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I hate to BREAK it to u , but if yur falling in love with yur gay best friend ...yur NOT STRAIGHT

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Don't label yourself.

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Because clearly you have an connection with him.

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you're mentally catching his gayness from hanging around him a lot

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You're kindda growing. What I see is that you labelled yourself as straight, and then life happens and the identity "straight" as changes. Do you change and accept it? Fight it? or do nothing?

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Don't restrict yourself to a label, but understand that being attracted to both sexes doesn't entitle you to have two significant others. <br />
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You'll have to date one or the other, one at a time, unless you're in an open relationship, which you're clearly not.

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Who said because he may be bi he can have two partners? I think you've got a dirty mind.

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I bring that up for two reasons:
1) Hollywood often makes it seem as though being bi entitles people to two partners.
2) He clearly likes two people and it's causing problems.

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It sounds like she knew that, and she was wondering why I'd need to clarify that. It is a fairly common myth, at least in pop culture, so that's why I brought it up.

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don't put too much stock in labels. don't identify with an orientation. orientation isn't even a static thing; it changes. you might be bisexual, but just as likely this might be the only guy you ever like. <br />
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it's confusing, I know. don't let it scare you. he's probably confused too, trying to figure out if he has a shot with you.

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