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Many people have strong, negative feelings about bottoms and the things that can go into them or come out of them. Fear or shame have the capacity to sometimes cause otherwise smart people to say or think things that are seriously stupid. We know that people of all genders and orientations mix it up quite a lot when it comes to sex and sexual roles, and that people of all genders may or may not enjoy being receptive partners in sex and also that some people may enjoy it sometimes but not others; with this partner, but not that one.
At the same time, we can say the same thing about gender, about disability, about race, about being poor, about being an abuse survivor, about being a teenager: the list of groups who get dissed by others goes on and on and on. A lot of that is going to be something we do by ourselves, but we often want some help or feedback along the way. When we do, the sound places to get it are going to be from people who are open-minded, supportive, educated and thoughtful, not closed-minded, nonsupportive, ignorant or hateful.
This is, of course, assuming that you are thinking about your orientation, which it seemed you were. In trying to sort out orientation, you want to think about the ways you feel like a magnet that is pulled towards other people or notnot about what, if any ways, you might feel like a magnet that is pushed away from others or pushes away others. On the whole, when someone is heterosexual or straightthat usually means they find they are only or mostly attracted to people of a different sex or gender than they are.
When someone is homosexual gay or lesbianthat usually means they are only or mostly attracted to people of the same or similar sex or gender as theirs.
When someone is bisexual or pansexualthat usually means someone find they can be attracted to men receiving anal of either the same or similar sex or gender or of a different one. I also hear you saying you feel uncomfortable around girls. Those feelings can be strong or unfamiliar, and make us feel uncomfortable all by themselves: a lot of people experience those feelings as uncomfortable and feel nervous or anxious around people they have them for, especially at first. As well, how comfortable any of us feel socially, periodor with certain people, varies.
So, who knows if the lack of comfort you feel has anything to do with your orientation and, if it does, what it has to do with it. It seems to me like in trying to sort this out, the outstanding question is what, if any, sexual or romantic attraction you have to guys. For sure, some people do have a strong sense of what their orientation is in their teens or even earlier, and for some of them, that orientation will feel right to them for a lifetime. Others may have strong feelings one way, but experience a shift sometime in life, some even more than once.
Sometimes, though, people need more time to get to these answers about our orientation. On top of that, if people feel like any orientation is a wrong answer, if one possible truth feels very scary or unacceptable, rather than, again, just not something we feel into, it can be way tougher to get to that truth. You also already know that porn can be a poor place to figure out what you like.
For instance, some of the interpersonal dynamics between partners you have seen in porn around anal sex might have been very one-note, when in real life, the dynamics people have when engaging in those kinds of sex, just like with every other kind, can vary widely. Those are some ways people can engage in anal sex or other kinds of sex, but only some: in real-life, sexual dynamics are all over the map.
Not everyone has the same opportunities to date. Not everyone has the same wants and needs with relationships, nor the same preferences or broadness of attraction to others: some people may find it very easy to find the kind of person they want to date and who wants to date them. Others may find it very challenging. Kissing someone we want to kiss usually does make us feel good, including emotionally.
Falling in love, while it can be a bit of a rollercoaster sometimes, often does feel very men receiving anal, and having people fall in love with us can certainly be something that makes us feel good about ourselves. And if and when you do pursue romantic or sexual relationships, as long as you do that with integrity — with care and respect for yourself and others — it really is all good. Not everyone will.
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