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Mixed signals and questioning my sexuality watch

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    I know for sure that I like guys (i'm a girl), I find girls attractive too, and I had some "experimental" experiences with girl eg. kissing, touching and all that jazz. Despite this I know for sure that I prefer men. However, I met a girl at college and over a period of few days we really have bonded, I mean I just feel a connenction between her and I.. If this makes any sense to anyone. The problem is, I'm becoming more and more attracted to her. Her personality is rather flirty and she is hilarious. What started such attraction was her actions towards me. She constantly touches me, which just seemed like something friends do at first. She get's really close to me, even as we walk she is walking a milimeter away from my body. When we talk she comes really close to my face, and we end up glancing at each others lips.. I just feel a strange tension. Altough as far as I know she does have a boyfriend, so I'm not sure if she is in fact bi and or is attrackted to me. Or am I just going crazy, I just can't stop thinking about her. Does this make me a bisexual also? I never get so attrackted to girls. Something about this particular girl is driving me insane.
    One time I caught her checking out my chest also. What could be going on? I find myself flirting with her at times, without even realising it. Help.
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    Its doesnt make you bisexual! Sexuality is a huge spectrum. I dub myself bisexual although I too find myself attracted to boys more sexually and girls more "romantically" , as in being able to connect etc. You could just be hetero-flexible, which means you are pretty much straight but allow for annomalies in your sexual/emotional experience. Most humans are, even if they say otherwise. Being bisexual doesnt mean you're smack down in the middle because thats pretty near impossible (dont take my word for it). Dont label yourself either way until you do your research and feel like something resonates.

    ps. your sexual orientation and your romantic orientation can differ! ive met people who are homosexual but heteroromantic before! its confusing. also, aromantics and heterosexual.
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