So, I met up with a group of friends from school. I recently had jaw surgery done and they were asking how the healing process was going. I told them that there are still parts of my face that tingle and are numb. then one of them asked me if I could feel anything if I was kissed. and then my entire body when numb and I looked at her lips (I really didn't think of kissing them full on, but just a little). I couldn't move and I couldn't think. it was weird (since I don't know my sexuality, and I don't find this friend attractive at all and I wouldn't experiment with her because that would just be weird). so does this have any meaning behind it or what?
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Personally, I wouldn't put any meaning to what your friend said. She may have just been asking a question out of curiosity of how she may feel if she were in your place. A lot of girls are compassionate like that. However, if you really want to know, I would wait and see if she does any type of flirting with you in the future before making a determination about whether she likes you or not. She may just be attracted to the fact that you had jaw surgery. My girlfriend is the same way - she's all over me when I'm sick or if something is wrong with my body because she has a compassionate nature & she sees me as being a strong person, so when I'm sick, she truly feels sorry for me, because she knows I'm truly in pain, and since I'm the "strong silent type," I won't normally come out and say anything to her unless I'm really miserable and want to be left alone because of being in a bad mood. At any rate, another thought regarding your sexuality is that you may have had a spark of arousal at the thought of kissing another woman - even if you're not attracted to her. Guys can have sex with women they aren't really attracted to - just because of the thought of having sex with a woman, so I'm wondering if that is the case with what happened with you when this girl mentioned kissing - that you had a moment of arousal just at the thought of kissing a woman - no matter who it may have been?0