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    It's part of our identity so I believe so, but some people merely experiment with the "idea" of being gay, and others think they're gay for a long time but then come to terms with their bisexuality, each person has very unique and different experiences and stories - so it really depends on who you personally ask!

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    Not at all. I think sexuality falls on a spectrum. It can happen that you may find yourself so emotionally attracted to someone that you overcome the physical bit. It's rare but it has happened. You can fall anywhere on the spectrum, sexuality is fluid like that. You are free to identify yourself however it feels right to you.


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