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how do i know if im a gay????

Submitted by nickyxvxv Wed 11/03/2010

People with OCD worry about all kinds of things. Sometimes these thoughts take the form of worries about having a different sexual orientation.

How can you tell if you are gay or just have OCD worries?

If you are straight with OCD sexual orientation worries,
you will feel more sexually aroused by people of the opposite sex. You are not able to stop thinking about same-sex relationships, and the thoughts are a severe distraction.

If you are gay, you will feel more sexually aroused by people of the same sex. Even though you often think about same-sex relationships, you are able to stop thinking about it when you need to.

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
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