Hi, I apologize for bothering you with this, although this is a question that's really been burning in my mind for the past few months, and I can't really talk about this with other people.
I'm a girl, and in high school right now, and lately I've been realizing that I am physically attracted to females in addition to males. The only thing is, though, I have never been emotionally or romantically attracted to a female, which might be due to my personality and interactions with them (a lot of the girls in my school aren't very nice and no woman has ever gained my romantic curiosity). I can't figure out whether this attraction is just natural for any heterosexual person, or whether this means that I am bisexual.
An example that I can provide is that in a movie, a lesbian couple were getting physical. It definitely did turn me on to a certain degree. However, when I once watched a heterosexual couple get physical in a movie, I was focusing more on the man. Does this mean I am bisexual with a preference for men, or that any sexual moments can turn me on in general?
I accept lesbians, gays, transsexuals, and genderqueers (I hope that is the appropriate term), and I believe in their rights, but when I think about myself being a bisexual, it doesn't seem right. Is this because I am just not attracted to women, or because society has shaped me to feel this way?
Thank you for your input, I would truly appreciate your advice.