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  2. Hello my love in my experience you can't wait to see the person. You think about them a lot. You want to hold their hand/kiss/ spend time with them. Even the thought of a min. alone with them excites you. Anyway.... that's some of my distinct factors. Hope I helped and good luck.
  3. Hi everybody, Just wanted to share this! Enjoy! :)
  4. Hey guys! You can call me Orion or Rye. I am afluix (afluidflux) and cassgenderfluid. Now, a bit of an explanation: Afluix means that my sexuality is very broad, spanning across the ace, aro and allo spectrum. This means I can be an oriented aroace, then an m-spec gay, then a aro pansexual, then a homoromantic ace, and the list goes on. Yes it is technically abrosexuality but I hate the label. Cassgenderfluid is a combination of cassgender (not caring about your gender), genderflux (how much I care about it changes, I didn't include flux in the label for various reasons), and genderfluid (the gender changes, though it tends to stay in the non-binary umbrella) Anyway thanks for reading! Have a nice day!
  5. Hi, this may sound really odd but could someone give me some advice on what it feels like to have a crush on someone? I have no idea so any answers or help I would appreciate a lot. ❥
  6. You're welcome. We're here for you and you can be your whole self here.
  7. thank you to by the way
  8. That throws up a concern for me for your welfare. I realise that aged 12, this is a long wait but do you think you can wait for a while?
  9. I think it will be a problem, as I think my dad will accept me but think im confused (separate house) but my mom and my step dad are who i worry about my mom will probably make me go to church or something to "cleanse me" but my step dad is the worst and if i get thrown out of that house i wont be able to see my mom or my dog. but if i get thrown out i can always go to my dads
  10. Hey Pais, I'm Blondie, one of the support mentors. Thanks so much for sharing with us! The main thing to consider is your safety and security - how do you think that your parents will react? I really wish that this was not necessary but if there is a risk to you being thrown out of home we would always advise waiting until you are able to leave home independently. If you think that this won't be an issue it can be really helpful to have a trusted relative or family friend with you when you speak to your parents.
  11. Hey @PaisWelcome to the Community. I am Daisie a Community Warden here on the Forums, I just read your post and wondered whether you’d feel it’s beneficial to have a chat with one of our Trained Mentors. I will tag them in so you know who they are and so they can reach out to you. @Monsoon & @Blondie Look forward to seeing you around the Community!
  12. I need help coming out as bisexual to my homophobic parents...any advice?
  13. As in living with a girl, I imagine us to be really close friends and to be protective and caring to each other. I don't imagine anything sexual but still intimate.
  14. Hi there, I know it can feel confusing but many people are very fluid in their attractions to others (sexual and/or romantic) finding people attractive for many different reasons. When you think about living with a girl - what does that look like to you?
  15. thanks @Daisie I'll reach out to them
  16. Hey @Swayamprabha Welcome to the Community! I am Daisie a Community Warden and I just wanted to send you a warm welcome, we have Trained Mentors on hand to offer some support and advice, so I'll tag them in so you know who they are and so they can reach out to you. @Monsoon& @Blondie
  17. Hey everyone, I am just really confused if I am straight or bi. Like, I like boys sexually but I want to live with a girl or something like that. Can someone provide some insight.
  18. Who is Narnia? Don't worry we are always there to support you.
  19. Hey there, Sorry it took me a few days to get back to you. I actually already wrote out a reply, but when I checked the day after, it didn't send; my bad. I'm glad it went well telling your stepmom; how are you feeling after doing that? Also, with the situation you're in with your dad, i'm wondering, would you like to read through this support guide and let me know what you think? https://www.ditchthelabel.org/my-parents-didnt-react-well-to-me-coming-out/
  20. Responding to your question, it made me feel that he will not be comfortable seeing that. So say one day I want to introduce my girlfriend I would never be comfortable in the house with her because I know that my dad isn't comfortable. Also I do think in the slightest that maybe, just maybe he might be able to accept it over time, but that will take a long time to happen even if it does happen. I did come out to my stepmom and she took it well so that is a plus.
  21. Hey @Eve_rose Thank you for coming to the community for advice. I'm one of the digital mentors here and I give support to those who reach out to us. I'm sorry to hear that your dad made the disgusted face when he watched the commercial. How did that make you feel? I'm wondering, if you told them now and they didn't react well, do you think it would always be like that, or could it change with time?
  22. Girl same. My parents live in different houses and I have come out to my mom, but not my dad. Just do it whenever you feel comfortable enough.
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