VoiceofReason answered Monday October 10 2011, 3:08 pm: Your "boyfriend" is just a guy you "like a lot." You are a lesbian. He is like a "super friend" to you and that's it. Break it off as boyfriend-girlfriend. By the way, the confusion you feel at your age is totally NORMAL. You aren't a bad actor here. You're exploring being with a guy. That's fine. But it doesn't look like it's going to work.
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nothinggirl answered Tuesday October 4 2011, 5:23 pm: you are gay. period that's a fact and you always will be. you shouldn't think that just because you're dating guy you're not gay anymore. and if you feel like you don't really love him then break up with him because it's not fair to keep him hoping or loving you and you not all that into him. You love girls and that normal but maybe you should give this guy a chance, and if you don't feel that WOW then just let him go. [ nothinggirl's advice column | Ask nothinggirl A Question ]
AdviceMistress answered Tuesday October 4 2011, 2:57 pm: Well you need to be honest to both youself and your boyfriend. Can you see a future with your boyfriend? If you're happy with him and you want to be with him than go ahead for it. If you miss dating girls than I would say you need to be honest with your boyfriend and tell him. Whatever you choose you need to be honest to yourself and your boyfriend! [ AdviceMistress's advice column | Ask AdviceMistress A Question ]
karenR answered Tuesday October 4 2011, 11:06 am: You say you love him but aren't IN LOVE with him.
That could be he just isn't the right one for you.
Since you miss your old lifestyle though, it could mean you would rather be with girls.
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