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Confused lesbian dating a man
That's the clearest earliest moment that I can think of, but falling for my friend in eighth grade was what made me realize this whole other side to me." — Josefina, 18"My 'Oh, sh*t, I'm gay' moment happened when I was 16 and watching an movie marathon.
The third film had always been my favorite, and I never consciously understood why.
I started thinking that maybe I was just attracted to HER, not girls.
But then I realized that there were other signs in my childhood that pointed towards the fact that I've probably always liked girls, such as a memory from second grade when I found this one particular friend very beautiful and I remember always wanting to hug her or just be around her.
I was bisexual." — Gigi, 22"I'm bisexual and gender fluid.
I had my first crush on a girl at summer camp in second grade, but I didn't realize I was gender fluid until I was much older.
I spent several years at a time in periods of hyper-femininity and hyper-masculinity.
It was constant confusion over whether I was a cisgender girl or a transgender guy.
Since I knew that she liked girls, too, I think that helped me realize that it was a possibility for us to be together.
We were pretty much attached at the hip already so that deepened my affection for her.
I also started having what I eventually realized was a crush on a girl at school.
Being bisexual can be an odd experience, because it can be very easy to brush aside your own identity for a long time before realizing that you're capable of being in love with more than one gender."— Mimi, 17 "I had always felt a bit different, especially when I went out with guys. I knew my sophomore year of college when I went to a Friendsgiving and saw a female friend of mine dancing. I identify as gay now." — Haley, 22"There were a lot of signs in my childhood that I ignored, but the first time I was self-aware of my sexual identity was when I watched a video from the musical .