Our expert says:
In real life, not everyone chooses to have sex - either at all, or as a major part of their life. It's not compulsory. And just this morning I read that a large survey has found that in around your age-group, a surprisingly large number of young men actually want LESS sex in their lives, and not more.
And not everyone is 100 % heterosexual or 100% homosexual, most being on a continuum between the two extreme poles.
Another person, male or female, may be interesting and pleaant to be with, for many reasons, including attractivness physically and socially, and for their intelligence, wit and confidence. Maybe this new guy is intriguing for you, not as a sex objct, but as someone who seems to confidently live his life as he wishes, something you perhaps wish you had been doing.
You seem to be muddling LIKING a person ( which one can do in many ways and for many different reasons ) with being specifically sexually attracted to a person. Your sexual orientation isn't clear, but sounds predominantly straight. You don't mention whether you just enjoy the company of this guy, or whether you specifically want to have sex with him. Maybe just the possibility of that intrigues you.
Don't leap to conclusions. As you say, you were otherwise engaged in the years more people experiment and figure out who they are and what they want.
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