Originally Posted by SkylerSquirrel
That's what I thought.
But yes, you totally get where I'm coming from
I would probably also just say "I like guys" in normal conversation, lol. Androphile works too though.
Then again, maybe one day I'll end up falling for a girl and no longer have to worry about this. Who knows?
When I was a teenager, everyone is my close knit group of friends came out as bisexual. Everyone but me. I spent some time waiting for it to happen, but nope. I tried hard to get attracted to females, but I just couldn't. It's weird, because a few years later I also had some female friend, who identified as straight, develop feelings for me and get confused. Of course since I wasn't interested it was even worse.
For the record, she still identifies as straight and has never been attracted to any other female since.
Anyways, now I'm like... probably not gonna happen. Seamus says he's never met a woman as straight as me, and he thinks I'm one of the rare 100% straight people.
In the end, your orientation is what it is, and it might change and fluctuate (or rather, what you identify as might), but it might not. Don't hope for it to change is my point, deal with what you've got