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My best (female) friend and I (Also female) had sexual relations (Kissing & touching each other). We both care deeply about one another, but feel that we are not lesbians. Does that make us Bisexual? Or Bi curious? Or simply abnormal?

You’re not abnormal at all. It’s completely normal to question your sexual orientation at any age, but especially for teenagers. You may not identify with the labels “lesbian” or “bisexual,” and that’s okay — you don’t need to label your sexuality if it doesn’t feel right to you. Many adults and teenagers use labels like lesbian, gay, and bisexual to identify their sexuality, but some other people chose to use terms like “queer” and “questioning,” or no terms at all. If you and your friend both enjoy sex with one another, that’s all that matters. Learn more about LGBTQ.

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