Charlie has always adored people over other birds since he came home to me about a year ago, I brought in his brother Sawyer in Novemeber and things were rocky at first but now they're civil with each other and prefer to be together than apart. I'm concerned Charlie prefers humans to birds and what this could do in the future eg being sexually frustrated and confused. Charlie gets lots of excercise, he is free to fly around the room all day. I don't pet him or even give scritches (he doesn't like them anyway) he only perches on my finger, shoulder or head. He still gets aroused by me and tries to feed me every so often. We don't cuddle either. He is extremely clingy and will try to be with me every second of the day. Some days he tries to hump my head constantly and I have to leave the room to get him to stop. I think in his previous home he was loved a little too much in the wrong ways (petting etc.) that caused him to see humans the way he does. What can I do to help him see that I am not his sexual partner? I am worried about the long term effects of this behavior BTW Sawyer doesn't have these problems, he seems pretty well adjusted and content, he will play independantly and come to me for attention when he wants.