I’m female, and I find a small proportion of males sexually attractive. The men I find sexually attractive I would generally want to have sex with, as well as other intimacy-related stuff. All other males I don’t find sexually attractive and thus I don’t want to have sex with them, even finding the thought somewhat repelling. This makes perfect sense.
But then there’s the fact that I also find a small proportion of females sexually attractive. While I find their bodies, faces, or poses sexually attractive, the thought of kissing them, having sex with them, or any other such acts is not sexually attractive to me at all.
So what does that mean in regards to my sexuality? I guess that would make me mostly straight, but I’m not exactly sure. Most definitions of bisexuality seem to be based on which sexes you’ve had sex with, and I haven’t had very much sex at all due to how small the proportion of people I’m attracted to is. Even if I had the opportunity to have sex with a woman I found sexually attractive I wouldn’t, because the thought of performing sexually charged acts with a woman is unappealing. Equivocally, I wouldn’t have sex with a guy I wasn’t sexually attracted to because that would repulse me. But I’d probably masturbate to a picture of a woman I’m sexually attracted to, while I wouldn’t to the unattractive guy. Am I the only person in this boat?