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    #1 Littlebunny1

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    Posted 12 May 2017 - 08:24 PM

    Hi! I've finally started to feel more comfortable with myself. Are there any bisexual/ Bicurious littles out there and how do you manage your feelings with your CG?

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    Posted 12 May 2017 - 08:39 PM

    I am sorry, but I am not sure what the purpose of your post is. What does being bi have to do with how you manage your feelings for your CG? If you're bi, you like both genders/sexes (don't bite my head off). You simply manage your feelings for them as you would with anyone you have a romantic/sexual interest in, depends on your situation with them.

    I am glad you are feeling more comfortable with yourself though, that's always a good thing! :D


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    Posted 12 May 2017 - 08:50 PM

    I am sorry, but I am not sure what the purpose of your post is. What does being bi have to do with how you manage your feelings for your CG? If you're bi, you like both genders/sexes (don't bite my head off). You simply manage your feelings for them as you would with anyone you have a romantic/sexual interest in, depends on your situation with them.
    I am glad you are feeling more comfortable with yourself though, that's always a good thing! :D


    What I mean is my CG is new to me being open with my feelings. He is accepting but still feels insecure. My feelings are still new to me since I've started to be honest with myself and how to express them and mange them is still new to me.
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    Posted 13 May 2017 - 12:23 AM

    If they are any sort of cg then they should not only be open to it but embrace it and guide you into it. They should be happy enough to discuss your feelings and help you make sense. Welcome to the new you. It's a lovely time. I hope you get the help you need and you know I'm here if I can help
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    #5 ChibiPuppy

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    Posted 13 May 2017 - 08:04 AM

    I am still not sure I get this. Is your CG feeling insecure about you being bi? That's quite... stupid. Just because you're starting to feel more secure in your sexuality and find more people attractive that is no reason for your CG to be insecure. You're in love with them, right? And they should know that. They need to trust you, and you need to trust them. It had been an entirely different thing if you had went and said you weren't attracted to your CG's gender anymore, but that's not the case, right?


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    Posted 13 May 2017 - 10:47 AM

    I am still not sure I get this. Is your CG feeling insecure about you being bi? That's quite... stupid. Just because you're starting to feel more secure in your sexuality and find more people attractive that is no reason for your CG to be insecure. You're in love with them, right? And they should know that. They need to trust you, and you need to trust them. It had been an entirely different thing if you had went and said you weren't attracted to your CG's gender anymore, but that's not the case, right?

     

    it's not stupid for someone to feel a certain way about anything, can't just up and

    call someone else's feelings stupid. feelings are feelings,

    we can't control them but we control how we react to them. they could be feeling

    insecure for any number of reasons. insecurity as a whole is not always reasonable,

    feeling and emotions, in general, are not always reasonable. 

     

    @ OP, i'm still sort of confused by this thread. i'm not too sure what you're trying to 

    ask/say with this thread. 







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