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(I was one of those guys who identified as bi before coming out as gay, ANGST, and I had girlfriends and the sex we had was far from wonderful.) And now I'm going tell you something you no doubt already know: Very few people wind up spending their lives with the person they were dating at 18.
You and your boyfriend are both in the process of figuring out who you are and what you want.
He orgasms but he does not ejaculate; and although he has a sizable penis, his testicles are more like the size of grapes than eggs.
He struggles a lot with feeling abnormal and un-masculine.
"An 18-year-old male with testicles the 'size of grapes' indicates an issue with testicular development," said Dr. "The reduced testicular volume, in combination with the other features such as his feminine face and sparse body hair, also suggest an issue with testicular function." It could simply be delayed puberty—some people suddenly grow six inches when they get to college—or it could be something called Klinefelter syndrome.
I don't know if I'm projecting my own issues onto him or if I'm just being bigoted towards bi men, but either way, I feel truly awful about it.
Your boyfriend could be gay (some people who aren't bisexual identify as bi before coming out as gay or lesbian), and/or he could one day realize that he'd be happier with a man (just as you could one day realize that you'd be happier with a woman).
But your wonderful sex life—your engaging, kinky, rewarding sex life—is pretty good evidence that your boyfriend isn't gay.
It's possible he'll realize you're not the person he wants to be with, ANGST, but it's also possible you'll realize he's not the person you want to be with.
Stop worrying about the next six or seven decades of your life—stop worrying about forever—and enjoy this time and this boy and this relationship for however long it lasts.