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10 Signs You Might Be Sexually Curious

Slice TV Logo By Susy Alexandre of Slice TV | Slide 1 of 10: Sexual curiousity is nothing new, but in our present society, there is a much higher level of recognition and open-dialogue when it comes to orientation and preference. “Many people are discovering they are curious about their sexual choices rather than solely defining their sexuality from a heteronormative view,” says Alyson Jones. 

Your open-mind and comfort with others’ sexual identities could also be an indicator of your own sexual curiousity: “If you are a person who loves to live outside the box, sexual curiosity may be part of your mindset.” Adds Alyson, “You may enjoy hearing and talking about other people’s experiences and find yourself intrigued by the myriad of possibilities that exist for yourself and others.”
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You might be sexually curious if… you are open-minded and feel at ease with others’ sexual identities and orientations

Curiousity in all forms is both normal and healthy. When it comes to sexuality, as we evolve throughout our adulthood, it only makes sense that our sexual identities would come into question, in one form or another. From bi-curiousity to already-gay-but-questioning, anyone can be sexually confused at different points during their lifetimes. We sat down with Alyson Jones, a relationship expert and psychologist, to gain some insight into common indicators that a person may be sexually curious. Read on to see if any of these 10 signs sound familiar, and know that, regardless of whether or not you can relate, curiosity, an open-mind and respectful dialogue is the cornerstone to a healthy sexual mindset — however you identify.

Sexual curiousity is nothing new, but in our present society, there is a much higher level of recognition and open-dialogue when it comes to orientation and preference. “Many people are discovering they are curious about their sexual choices rather than solely defining their sexuality from a heteronormative view,” says Alyson Jones.

Your open-mind and comfort with others’ sexual identities could also be an indicator of your own sexual curiousity: “If you are a person who loves to live outside the box, sexual curiosity may be part of your mindset.” Adds Alyson, “You may enjoy hearing and talking about other people’s experiences and find yourself intrigued by the myriad of possibilities that exist for yourself and others.”

RELATED: LGBTQ+ celebs leading the way for positive representation.

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