Apr 11, 2012
The notion that a particular gender must chase the opposite is a passé, especially with the society being candid about the different sexual orientations. Individual must deal with his/her sexual identity as they grow up and there is a chance that someone finds himself/herself attracted to the same sex. If you are unsure of what your sexual orientation is or fear being rejected by the mainstream society because of your sexuality, here are ways to cope with the sexuality problems.
Recognising your sexuality and coping with one that you perhaps didn’t want to belong to may be frustrating and disappointing. Coping with sexuality problems may seem difficult but they are easy as long as you:
Here is a short guide on the different sexual orientations.
Bisexuality is the type of sexual orientation that an individual may never realise. It is when a person of either sex is attracted to both males and females that he/she falls under the category of bisexuals. The intensity of attraction of bisexuals is not limited to sexual pleasure. Communication is vital in coping with bisexuality.
Heterosexuals are those that are attracted to the opposite sex. This sexual orientation is the most commonly spread sexual orientation. The intensity of attraction in heterosexuals is limited to interactions with someone of the opposite sex.
Homosexuality makes a person get attracted to people of the same sex. Homosexuals are popularly called ‘gay’ or ‘lesbian’.
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