I have seen so many posts saying... "If you are bisexual then you are confused"...if that's true, then why don't I feel confused at all? What is confusing about liking both guys and girls? I think the ones that find that confusing are a bit confused themselves. Don't you think?
Some also say that your sexual preference is determined in the womb, but I think it is developed over time and sparked at an early age in life. Much has to do with how you were treated, or mistreated, as a child, and by who. If much of your time as a little girl was playing with an abundance of other girls, as mine was, maybe you will have a special affection for other girls because you grew up interacting with them on many more levels than those of the opposite sex so you know how they think, act and feel more intimately. In a general communal sense, the same sex will act like you, think like you and totally relate to you in most cases. As a girl, for example, you have that emotional connection that you just don't have so much with boys. That's how it has been for me anyway.
While at the same time, there have been many boys in my life that I met at school and other places, as well as cousins, etc., that have been nice to me too at times...lol, so I still have a fondness for them too. And since that is the cultural norm, I want to try, and at least, appear "normal" at times, so I like both sexes in my life. And I would think the same would be true with boys, who may like other boys, but like girls also.
And, of course, there is the abuse angle of all of this. I have never been abused at all, but I can imagine, and have read, that if you are a girl and you had some serious abuse perpetrated upon you when you were young by a male figure, then you may have a distrust for males. Am I off base here? I don't think so. And this could lead to a proclivity to like and trust other girls more and eventually lead to a fondness, then affection and finally culminate in a more sensual experience with other girls as well.
For many reasons bisexuality is here to stay and I love it! The big question is "CAN'T WE JUST ALL GET ALONG AND LOVE EACH OTHER FOR WHO WE ARE REGARDLESS OF OUR SEXUAL PREFERENCE?" :)