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...I doubt that ANY person here can answer that question for you. But perhaps can give some advice.|
Lesbian does NOT mean "not interested in men" or "not interested in sex". In fact, studies have shown that about 3-5% of the population are actually "asexual" -- that means they feel no sexual attraction to EITHER sex.
Here is a simple guide to help you:
You are HETEROSEXUAL if you are sexually attracted only to men
You are BISEXUAL if you are sexually attracted to men and women
You are ASEXUAL if you are sexually attracted to nobody
You are HOMOSEXUAL (lesbian) if you are sexually attracted only to women
I had a close friend in Shanghai 6 years ago; she had several bf's but never got any real "chemistry" or "thrill" from her relations with them. I asked her at one point if she'd ever been sexually attracted to women, and she said that yes, she had, but she was afraid to do anything about it, because of the traditional Chinese attitudes towards lesbians.
I encouraged her to at least try, and see what happened. She did...and she discovered that she was, in fact, a lesbian. Now, I know that a lot of people will condemn her as a pervert, and condemn me for encouraging her, but the fact is that she is FAR happier today, than she was before she did this. She knows who she is, and she has found a partner with whom she can really be happy and fulfilled.
Only YOU can determine what your particular preferences are; but I'd encourage you to do so with an open mind, not with fear that you "might be different" or that there "might be something wrong".