I can completely sympathize, you probably have gotten this from many people or at least have heard it said to others in this situation, it's not worth worrying about; there is nothing wrong with experimenting but once it hits you it will click. That may be the most frustrating response in existence but don't rush yourself into a label just to feel a temporary sense of closure that ultimately may not be you. It took years to realize I was gay, and being perfectly I'm still not exactly out of the closet, but thankfully we do live in a time where experimenting is not a despicable act, sure you may have or will have those that would oppose my previous conjecture. Just remember you are still incredibly young, and I don't say that to berate you, but rather to remind you that you are not in a rush to find yourself, in fact, many of those that are your age are struggling with some of the same issues. Granted, I don't know you, I don't know what kind of person you are, but the best way to learn is probably not on the internet, on the internet, you will find a million run-on-the- mill "answers" like this one I am giving you right now, no scientist proves a hypothesis with one trial and that trial being en vitro instead of en vivo. I hope that could have some help, best wishes in your future endeavors
Of course, take what I say with a grain of salt
I appreciate your honesty and thanks for sharing your story. You are not alone and some out there feel the way. Do whatever makes you happy.
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