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83 / F / Bite the pillow.
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Posted 4/28/15
Goodbye sexual.
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24 / F / Satellite Beach, FL
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Posted 4/28/15
Yeah, I'm bi and I'll get some gruff from other people about it. But I don't really care about what other people have to say about it...especially if they're strangers. Honestly, I get more gruff for liking other girls.
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21 / F / Southern US
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Posted 4/28/15 , edited 4/28/15
People like things to be simple, and things can't get much more simple than a dichotomy, even when it is false. I think more people are bisexual than can be assumed from people identifying one way or the other. People want to belong, and it is easiest to do that with polarized groups that have less diversity. If someone has only a slight attraction one way or the other, it is easy to minimize it and focus on the primary portion of the attraction.

At any rate, I'm not really bisexual at all, but I do belong to a sexual minority that tends to be heavily marginalized and kinda frowned upon. I know it sucks.
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Posted 4/28/15
I'm not sure if this is the right thread to post this but this is something that's been on my mind for the longest time:

Does heterosexuality/homosexuality mean that as a man you're only
a - willing to sleep with women/men
b - fall in love with women/men
c - be attracted to women/men

If the answer is a or c, I get it, you're only sexually aroused/attracted by the female body. But if the answer is b imagine this scenario: you meet a person of your preferred gender whom you get to know and fall in love with. Maybe you're together for a couple of years and you do genuinely love each other. Then one day this person tells you: ''I'm getting a sex-change.'' Maybe this person has talked about it earlier or not (if you've been together for years I assume you have). So they do this, with or without your ''approval''. But because of your sexuality that says you only fall in love with one specific gender, will you stop loving this person? Doesn't the fact that you only fall in love with one gender mean that love is only external? Does that mean I shouldn't believe someone with a set sexuality that tells me that ''I fell in love with you because of your personality'', but in truth they fell in love with my gender first-hand?

Biologically I was born a girl, but I really don't see the attractiveness in men. At all. I find women way more attractive. But I have been in love with both dudes and chicks. Does that make me a homosexual because I'm more sexually drawn towards women, or a bisexual because I've fallen in love with people of both genders? I really don't want to recognize myself as part of any sexuality, but as a person falling in love with another person, but seeing as these words exist and people are using them frequently it sort of got stuck in my head.

Am I looking too much into it or is love in fact shallow?

Again: sorry if this is the wrong thread but I wanted to get it out of my system
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19 / M / Clearwater, Florida
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Posted 4/28/15
The only thing I wouldn't be okay with is kids or animals. Then we're in the no-go zone.
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Posted 4/28/15
I really don't care. I mean, if someone who isn't bisexual dates one or something, just keep an open mind. People are people-- you judge on trust, character, and personality in the end.
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Posted 5/6/15
I don't think it is frowned upon in the gay community in general. It's mostly straight people or overly religious people that have a problem with it. And I know a lot of people think it isn't an actual preference, and all bi people are confused. Well, they are misinformed and stupid. Of course it is an actual preference.

That being said, I know a gay man who hates lesbians. Some people are idiots and just like hating others. Haters gonna hate.
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18 / F / Croatia
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Posted 5/6/15
I'm bisexual and I don't care what others think about it. It's my life, after all.
Posted 5/6/15
It really isn't anyone's business, unless you make it such. In that case , one needs to be able to expect discrimination and brush it off.
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Posted 5/6/15
i speak for all bi people and we say that so what? if we cant chose between men or women! we can be free! we can be who ever we want!
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20 / F / Fort Worth, Texas
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Posted 5/6/15
I have a mental disorder.

I'm actually bisexual, but not for any particular reason. I just really like anything to do with sex for some reason and I would bang anyone regardless of gender.

Some people say when they "found out" but honestly, with me, I don't think I ever would have turned down a girl based on gender, and people around me flip out whenever I respond to girls whenever they show interest.
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I think WHATEVER your sexuality is you don't need to wave that flag wherever you go in public. When I'm out with my kids I don't need to see you swapping spit with anyone... man, woman, animal or vegetable. It's disgusting. Wait till you get home and do whatever you want in private as long as it's legal.
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25 / M / Fredericton, NB
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Posted 5/6/15 , edited 5/6/15
Whoever someone likes, man, woman etc. doesn't matter to me really, it's their life.. as long as the don't put down others or act like they are better than other people it is fine.

As for bi-phobia, I would say it does seem to exist in a sense. Due to what I believe to be a social stigma, many girls may come out as bisexual, but for men.. more often than not they pick a polar. Not based on statistics, but that is the general trend that I have seen.

On a personal level, whether it is sheer coincidence or not(I don't believe it is, but possible), I generally find myself falling for bisexual girls much much more often than straight ones. With the exception of Asians of course, who are almost always straight... Japanese girls are just way too cute.
Posted 5/6/15
I'm hisexual.

I say hey, and it's always sexual.

*Bom chicka wow wow*

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No but seriously, people can live however they wish.
Posted 5/6/15
Never met a bisexual, only people who were bi-curious and later chose to be straight or gay.

I don't care. Be whatever you want as long as no one is hurt/abused. (so I accept everything except pedophilia and beastiality)
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