My best friend is gay, but always want to touch me… i don’t know what to do

Hi Katherine,

Sexual tension can be hard for a relationship and people who live it. If you don’t want it, you probably need to talk about it to keep things clear. However, you two have to be completely honest with each other about your thoughts and feeling concerning this situation. How do you feel when your friend ask you to kiss him, try to sexually touches you or violently frenchkiss you? How do you want your relationship to be? This kind of question can guide you in your conversation with him.

Even if your friend don’t personally believes bisexuality exists, if he is sexually and/or emotionally attracted by (a or several) man/men and (a or several) woman/women, it seems to be bisexuality. But bisexuality doesn’t mean you are attracted 50%-50% by men an women; a lot of bisexual people are more attracted by a gender than another. Some bisexuals are only sexually attracted by men (or women) and emotionally attract by women (or men). The bisexual specter can be very large. However, sexual identity is personal and if your friend doesn’t want to identify himself as a bisexual, it is okay. As long he is comfortable with him and his identity, there is no problem.

Sabrina, AlterHeros

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