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How can I change my mentality and avoid attraction to both the sexes ?

from few days onwards iam staying in friends room, he is performing sex with me daily, we habtituated to that. but i dont know why i am getting attractions towards male as well as female. so, i dont want to be a guy,at once i thought waste of living with this kind of mentality.but how can i change my mentality, can i do any thing to become a normal men again. please suggest me iam 22 years . before marriage i want to change. please give ur suggestions.
Asked On : Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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Dear Ramu,
Welcome to HCM

Homosexuality (GAY), Bisexuality and Heterosexuality are NOT diseases. It is the sexual orientation.
The sexual orientation is influenzed by the environment.
If you want to change to a heterosexual, you can approach a clinical psychologist / Sexual Medicine Consultant for counseling sessions

Answered: Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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