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    I'm 15 and I've always been into girls but never had a proper girlfriend. For the past year though, there's been this one guy that I like, but only one - I mean, there are many girls that I find attractive, but only one guy. Does this make me bisexual? It doesn't seem right to say that, because it's not at all half and half - I think more about girls than I do this one guy.

    Without telling him that I'm 'gay' (which I have nothing wrong with but I don't think I am) or experimenting, is there any way to tell whether I actually do like guys?

    I know it's a bit weird to be asking someone else this question, but I don't know what i think - I was just wondering whether something like this is normal? Does it happened to anyone else?

    Don't feel you have to label yourself because society tells you to. You are you.

    Don't worry about being bisexual or straight. Think of it as a spectrum, and instead of being 0% or 50% into men, you're maybe 2% into men. Problem solved, don't worry about it, you'll work out how you feel over time

    As said above, think of it as a spectrum. Almost nobody is 100% gay or straight. Almost everyone has had a gay crush (or straight crush, if you approach things from the other direction).
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