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21-Sep-2014 00:38

They don’t need another asshole straight guy saying he’s bi because it makes him “special” or whatever.

Well, my first suggestion would be that you might want to talk to someone about your self-image issues.

Similarly, friendly hugs are usually an a-frame – strictly upper body contact while keeping the lower bodies apart.

As a general rule, lighter touches, such as gentle brushes with the fingertips, tend to be flirtier than the palm of the hand firmly on the shoulder.

You don’t sound like you’re at all happy with yourself and that’s not a great place to be in general, whether you’re looking to date or not. Sebastian Stan and Chris Evans wresting in an increasingly intimate embrace?

Now as for your question: your sexual identity exists regardless whether you’re dating someone or whether you’ve had sex or not. If you’re asexual, then see who you respond to in other ways; who do you see as your dream partner?

I’ve noticed that despite the increasing prevalence of people forming friendships and romantic relationships online (particularly in the nerd/geek community), the topic of ‘reading signals’ from online behaviour is rarely addressed.

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Flirty teases tend to be more challenging rather than just ego-poking; the unspoken message is “show me that you’re worth it” or “I dare you to try”.

When I was still a virgin, I wasn’t pre-straight or in some state of sexual flux; I was a hetero guy who just hadn’t had sex yet. One thing you should keep in mind is that sexuality isn’t binary, even in bisexuality.

Being bisexual isn’t defined by who you sleep with, it’s defined by who you’re issues surrounding the bi community – usually involving bi erasure or people insisting that bisexuality either doesn’t exist or is a stepping stone towards hetero or homosexuality – but I don’t think there’s a rash of dudes claiming to be bisexual in order to feel like a special snowflake. Just because someone’s bi doesn’t mean that they’re into men and women equally; bisexuality and attraction can fall on a spectrum.

The hair-toss is a classic sign that women give – not always consciously – because it draws the eye to her face and neck.

A man will stand up a little straighter, puff out his chest (and suck in his gut).

Attraction is, after all, a mix of emotional and physical chemistry; if all you you are doing is trying to build an emotional connection while neglecting the physical aspects, then you’re going to have a platonic relationship instead of a sexual one.