I think seeing other men and women naked is a beautiful experience. We are all beautiful in our own way. Seeing naked people is not an automatic turn on otherwise I would be walking around with an erection at the beach. I like seeing women with erect nipples as maybe they are happy to be seen naked. The only men and women at the beach to see me with an erection are the ones jerking me off.
Sexuality is an interesting beast. Until recently, I always considered myself to be "heterosexual" as that was the environment I was raised in. I never found myself sexually attracted to a man, and couldn't see myself kissing another man, but then I found myself enjoying porn that showed men's cocks, and men receiving blowjobs. That caused me to question myself a little, but I still considered myself hetero... It wasn't until I realized that there were some men that I found myself enamored with their cocks and fantasized about how I would like to lay with their cocks, and at the same time, there were some women that I didn't even take a second look when I saw them nude. Thinking back, I realized both of those had been true to some extent all my life, so I have accepted myself as being bi-curious, until I actually get the courage to follow through with some of the fantasies I have for how I want to please a cock...
I'm newish to being out and open about my bisexuality. I love the sensuous joy of being around other naked beings - male or female. Like you I can be turned on by some, and just enjoy the company of others. I find people's stories, and their eye contact, the most turn-on. It is a lovely feeling. Enjoy your life
We are heterosexual.But we never tell anyone.
You don't have to, its assumed and the benefits conferred. There is still a marked difference in the way sexuality (this term includes all the aspects of a person not just the act of intercourse, biology just decided that the terms used for humans would refer to the kind of intercourse we have , so the suffix "sexuality" is not a universal qualifier but a random placeholder that is not definitive of who we are) is inferred and power conferred and in which it is stigmatized and power deferred.
Two women on a London bus were just beaten for being lesbians. No one is getting assaulted for being straight. When the world stops its often genocidal violence against LGBTQ2 folx, I'll stop affirming my sexual identity. Until then, the need for those of us not straight to assert ourselves is always going to be more important and with higher stakes than for heteros.
I am bisexual but my wife is straight as an arrow and very prude, so expressing it is very difficult for me. I knew from a young age I liked looking at other males sexually as much as females. Most early sexual experiences were only experimenting, but at age 18 I received the best blowjob in my life from an older guy, and loved it since. My first wife was bi and allowed me to pursue my bi side and was very cool with it. My current wife gets angry if I even talk about it. Honestly speaking though, the best sex I have ever had has been with other guys.