” I haven’t been able to stop thinking about what could be”

My best friend recently told me that he was b,i but not in the way he would have a boyfriend. I myself am bi and when we were teenagers (now 22) we messed around for a few years secretly until he stopped it, saying he wasn’t gay.

I had strong feelings for him that took a long time to go away, so him recently coming out bi kind of broke my heart a little. I’m wondering how I can slowly approach him and see if he would be interested in trying a relationship with me, but he’s a very anxious person and despite coming out to me I know he hasn’t told anyone else. I really like him and we’re best friends, but I don t want to try anything if it would ruin the friendship we have. I just haven’t been able to stop thinking about what could be.

Please help 🙂

“I’ve never felt like this towards another guy”

Okay, so I’ve recently befriended this 20-year-old Christian male. I’m male, too, and also a Christian. I’ve always had feelings for females, never males. But now that we’ve started talking, every day we always have a really good time.

We’ve talked about the subject of homosexuality and if we were accepting or not of it, and we both are. The thing is, we are fairly new friends, but I’ve never felt like this in my life. And it’s not just sexually-thinking, it’s genuine-thinking. I want to go see movies with him, and cuddle. I don’t want to sound like I’m stereotyping, but he did sorta come across gay when I met him. But we’ve talked about his past relationships and how he’s still in love with his ex-girlfriend, who’s very much moved on. I want to let our friendship grow, but all I want to do is flirt and talk to him about how freaking perfect he is to me.

“How do I come out about being a crossdresser?”

I am a 65-year-old crossdresser. I do not identify as a woman most of the time, and yet there is a feminine side to me that I do not get to express as fully as I believe that I should. I have crossdressed for many years, but only in the last few have I tried to get more serious with it, now that I have retired. Basically, I have begun very carefully trying to take my dressing more public. I believe that I should be able to express my feminine side without reprisal and hopefully without concern.

My dilemma is this. I want to tell my dentist about my dressing, in order to see if she would support my desire to come to the appointments dressed as a female from this point forward. I don’t want to harm my relationship with my dentist, but I am hopeful that she would encourage me to dress as I want. My thinking is that once I have crossed this bridge and agreed to always come dressed as a woman from now on that it will provide me with a true success in my quest to become accepted dressed as a woman. Continue reading

“I started sleeping with men”

I was a married man for ten years, then divorced. After a lot of doubting myself, I started sleeping with men. I’ve slept with 18 men now in the past two years, and I never thought I’d share this with anyone. I have a lot of concerns and need some insight. Is this normal?