I grew up in a very Catholic home, went to Catholic school and religiously went to Mass every Sunday. I knew there was such a thing as being gay due to the fact that many of my mother's good friends were gay, but as a child, I thought being gay only happened among men and that was it.
When I reached teenage years I started noticing that I was finding women in life and TV, and girls in my school, attractive. I had boyfriends and was happy with them and attracted to them as well, so I didn't think that finding other females attractive was anything out of the ordinary, as long as I didn't act on it.
That was until I started a new job and was instantly attracted to my sales manager, another woman of course. We instantly connected and became great friends. She was in a relationship with another woman so I knew that she would never be interested, but I still wanted her to be interested. The weeks passed, and although I was in a relationship with a man at the time and still interested in men in general, I couldn't get this woman off my mind. We started hanging out after work and doing things together, and the more time I spent with her, the more I wanted to be with her.
My 21st birthday came along and she wanted to do something special for me. She took me out with some other friends and we had a great time, and the whole night at the club she never missed an opportunity to touch and caress me in ways unimaginable. After the club we ended up at her place, and although it was my first time and I was unsure of what I was doing, I did know one thing…I wanted to be hers for at least one night! And for that one night, I was: she knew where to kiss me, how to kiss me, and her touch was unlike any other. It was the most passionate night of my life. After that night we still hung out and kept in contact, but after a while we slowly grew distant. Still, the experience I had with her was unforgettable.
Now the big question: am I a lesbian? The answer is no, I'm not. While I can enjoy a woman's body to the fullest degree, my preference is still with men. Some people judge me because they don't understand the concept of that, but I don't see anything wrong with enjoying the company of a woman and wanting to explore her body as much as you do a man's, and vice versa.
I am a bi-curious woman and this is my story!