Sexuality is a very complex and strange part of human life. Don't be too quick to label yourself, because for those of us inbetween especially, sexuality and gender can be pretty fluid. I remember back in my younger days I took the bisexual label because it was the easiest and it fit right into that lovely little acronym we use to refer to all of us lovely and fabulous people. I still haven't settled on a good term for my gender identity. Trans, though very umbrella is too connected to op-status. Twospirit or bigender is what I tend to use, though sometimes I feel it's inappropriate for me to use the first term, because even though I identify with my native heritage, I don't have tribal status because it's been bred out pretty well and the mixing came at a point in history where it was considered shameful to be of mixed race, so some of the birth documents of my grandmother's grandparents were doctored to hide the evidence.
Sorry, when I get started it's hard to stop. These days I tend to just tell people I'm queer. It's nice and easy, and doesn't require me to try stuffing my sexuality into a box, or worry about how I'm identifying. I remember freaking out because I thought I might be straight. That was a fun week.
I can totally identify with you on freaking out about things I don't need to freak out about, and even how you feel about people right now. I always found girls more sexually attractive, but I have a very girlish personality and form very affectionate bonds with boys...and I just snapped myself back into high school and trying to figure out who the heck I am.
This could be fun. Glad to meet you, hang around a while mmmkay?
Man will never be truly free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest.