Is It Possible for One to be Homoromantic While Being Heterosexual, Since It’s Possible to Be Asexual but Homoromantic/Heteroromantic?

That is absolutely not possible at all. The romantic side always goes towards the strongest orientation. Let’s think about what this means. Let us think of a man in this situation.

Heterosexual means you are mostly turned on by the opposite own sex and have little or no attraction to your own sex. So this man has maximal attraction to females and little or no (let’s call it zero) attraction to males.

Now we are trying to say that this completely heterosexual man somehow can only fall in love with a man (when he has zero attraction to men) and can never fall in love with a woman? How likely is that? It simply would never happen.

I have known some women who had sex with men and women. Two identified as lesbian even though they were 25–75’s on the scale. They said they were somewhat attracted to men but much more so to women. At any rate, they could only fall in love with a woman, so they identified as lesbian.

I knew another woman like this who had sex with both genders. She told me that she did not identify as bisexual because she didn’t do relationships with women. She had little sexual flings with them but nothing serious. She told me that this is because relationships with women were completely insane – endless drama and chaos. Of course we men have known this forever, so it’s nice to hear bi women chime in.

The case of George Michael is very interesting. He is always reported as being gay, but the truth is that he was a very strong bisexual. I believe he was lined up to be gay biologically, but he would not figure that out until his sex drive came on. Somehow he got very interested in girls since a very young age, and by the time puberty hit, he was already strongly attracted to girls.

Then the biology hit with a rush of huge attraction for men, and he also realized that he could only fall in love with a man. As you can see, romantic attraction attaches to the strongest and most biological attraction. However, he was still very attracted to women and had regular sex with many of them all through his 20’s. He finally stopped because he was seriously bisexual, he was lying to all these women, and he did not want to deceive them. So he quit having sex with women and just focused on men. But he retained a high level of attraction to women until he died.

So, you can be:

  • Homosexual and homoromantic (all gay men).
  • Bisexual and homoromantic (George Michael).
  • Asexual and homoromantic (apparently).

But there is no way you can be:

  • Heterosexual and homoromantic.

It’s makes no sense at all. I would be surprised if one human identified that way.

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