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Can a gay person have sex with a female?

Q: I am a gay and have had relationships with males. I feel attracted towards men only. Due to social pressure, I am getting married in about a year or so. Will I be able to have sex with my wife, and will physical proximity to a girl change my sexual preference?

A:Many males are bisexual. They are comfortable in having sex with both females and males. If you have never felt attracted towards females despite such opportunities, it is quite likely that you belong to a male homosexual group. In such cases, proximity to a girl usually does not change the sexual preference. We would suggest that you go for a period of dating with your would be wife to see how you feel. If you feel attracted towards her, your self diagnosis of being an exclusive homosexual may not be correct. Give it a try.

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