the most common thing that is used against us all is our curiosity. why is it that no one want to understand that even a child will be curious about what goes on around them.so tell me who is it who said its wrong to be a bisexual wanting understand their own sexuallity. if you understand what i mean by this then by all means please give me some advice as to what one should do to want to be free in their own skin like this. thank you.
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Posted 11 November 2013 - 07:11 AM
Posted 11 November 2013 - 12:52 PM
I agree with the above.
In Australia, we cannot legally marry someone of the same sex though. Also, maybe it's' just me or my school, but it seems for teenagers at least. bisexuality is just a fad? I'm not certain of it, but a lot of kids seem to be saying "Yeah, I'm bi" when really it only seems that they're doing it to fool around with others without actually being attracted to them. As I said I could be very wrong. But to me it seems a lot of teens are a little confused with who they are, likely because of hormones. But yeah. it seems that bi-sexuality seems to be cool.
Posted 11 November 2013 - 01:53 PM
I couldn't agree with that more. Gay pride parades sort of make me cringe, I've never felt the need to shout about my sexuality, and I try not to flaunt it in public. To me and basically everyone ive ever known it really doesnt matter... why should it? Why should anyone care or judge me for what I do with my time?
The way I think people need to act is that instead of shouting from the rooftops that you're queer and here, keep things to yourself. Nobody needs to know your private business and where you're sticking your dick, it doesn't concern them. If you choose to scream from the rooftops, you're making it a thing for people to comment and pass judgement on. Keep things private and people will not care. Any friends and loved ones should hopefully love you enough to deal with the gender of whatever person you're with.
I hear that a lot. Everyone always says to me "you must lean more one way than the other", and that's true - I've been with way more guys, and while I'm sexually attracted to girls it rarely goes beyond that so holding a relationship together with one is difficult. But, if I met some amazing gamer girl who could beat me at Halo I'd be asking her out before I'd put the controller down.
Also, maybe it's' just me or my school, but it seems for teenagers at least. bisexuality is just a fad? I'm not certain of it, but a lot of kids seem to be saying "Yeah, I'm bi" when really it only seems that they're doing it to fool around with others without actually being attracted to them. As I said I could be very wrong. But to me it seems a lot of teens are a little confused with who they are, likely because of hormones. But yeah. it seems that bi-sexuality seems to be cool.
Basically, anyone who can best me at Halo is instantly on my list hahaha, I did date someone once just for that reason xD
It does often seem to be a gateway for people, they arent ready to admit they're full on gay so they say bi... but ive never known it the other way around, straight people pretending to be bi and actually doing stuff with the same sex (if thats what you're saying). Maybe i need to meet more people ha xD
Posted 15 November 2013 - 09:41 AM
Well I'm not a teenager, but for myself, I don't worry much about these things. I will love who I will, and though I do believe in exercising a certain amount of restraint in public (whether gay or straight), if I wanted to kiss or hug or hold hands or cuddle with another guy in a public place, (and I just might want to if the right one were to come along), I wouldn't give it a second thought as to who saw me, whether they liked it or not or whether they knew me or not. I am a free spirit, and I will be free.
Posted 21 November 2013 - 01:08 PM
I am personally not really interested at all in any other girls. But I can tell you that I think hating bis and gays/lesbians only makes it worse. Hate drives people away and causes half the shit we have in the world now. We may not want that for ourselves, or in some cases think it's right, but that doesn't give us the right to hate anyone.
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