(Original post by Sciatic)
I couldn't find much on the internet in this issue, so I thought of asking it here to those from this community.
Before you discovered about your sexuality, did you in any way shape or form consume pornographic material?
If you didn't, how did you discover that you aren't straight?
If you did, did you discover that you weren't straight, straight away ...or did it take time? If it did how long did it take?
Thank You. Hope I get answers.
For me, and this isn't how it should be by the way, it was a feeling of unease, that I didn't belong, or didn't really match or relate to men.
I felt awkward and out of place around them, and had that warm feeling that you get when you know somone is beautiful and you just bask in their glow a short while.
For many, initially its a feeling of isolation and incongruousness. A feeling that you're not the same, that you are not like everyone else, and that you cannot speak out about it, because you know, like you know by this point, the mechanisms of fear, that you are not safe to be what you are.
I don't feel so much this way now, but when I was younger, fear ruled my every action in terms of my sexuality.