Not attracted to the opposite sex?

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    Darcy

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    Good luck with your family. I'm sure it will all work out in the end. Remember that people are always more understanding than you expect them to be.
     
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    Michael

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    I told mine i was bi sexual but i think hey realised, I was very camp on holiday when with my freind. Mainly they did try to question it and give reasons why wasnt. But over time they have been on about it. No need to tell them though straight away.
     
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    Rosanna, don't take this personally, but you should.. stop posting. It's for your own good. :)
     
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    It'd be great to be bisexual.

    It would infinitely increase your chances of getting laid when walking into a bar.
     
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    Wow. All of you people are great :D Thank you all for your support. I can't picture the day that I tell my parents though. One day I will have to but I really don't want to. I told the close friend that I said I would tell. He is totally fine with it. My brother and him do tease me sometimes in a joking way though. They will calm over time :) There are a couple more people that I would like to tell but I don't know when I will get the courage.

    Dj Ronin, I will only tell the people that I am sure would be fine with it. I would make sure that I know their views on the subject before telling. It definatly boosts confidence.
     
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    I never tell my close friends that are girls because I'm worried of their reaction. The first person I told about my Bisexuality was my best friend for nine whole years, we knew eachother since the 3rd grade. But she hurt my feelings about it. I was insecure about the idea at the time and she kinda just laughed jokingly, and I think she started shying away from me since then. She said she though I had a crush on her, which I never did, I just wanted to tell her how I felt. So I'm allways afraid of telling girls who are my friends, because I'm afraid they'll never look at me the same or treat me the same.

    I was very sad at that time because I felt no one understood, esspecially my friends. I mostly tell guys now though.. my close guy friends, since most I know don't care about that sort of thing. So I'm happy now with myself, but until I feel ready I won't tell most of my friends who are girls.
     
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    People who feel they owe their life to a significant other need to realise they owe the gift of life to themselfs
     
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    i admit it i am bi

    i find girls to be more sexier then guys but right now my boyfriend to me is sexy for now girls are hard to find where i live so i kinda put a break on looking for a girl

    but i like porn and anime porn

    but i told my mom and dad but i doubt my mom excepts it cause when i start to talk about she gets all well like upset and it drives me insane

    but i am bi
     
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    i don't understand why people think that if they are in the same room with someone who is gay or bi, then they are going to hit on them. do they think about that with people of the opposite sex? no. i mean, the bi or gay person probably thinks they are as ugly as the straight person. :D

    seriously though, that bothers me. we are all people here and we should learn to accept each other. especially if they have known you for a while, like in anya's case. just because you tell your friend something like that does not make you a different person. you are the same. people need to understand that.
     
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    I couldn't have said it better myself.

    I am straight, though I have kissed a guy it was a dare in a game of spin the bottle. I also have no problem with homosexual or bisexuals and my best friend for like the last seven years is gay.
     
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    I know what you mean. There is proof that "bisexual" guys are actually homosexual and don't want to let go of what is "normal."

    With girls it is a little different. I'm not exactly sure how, but medically there is a difference.

    I'm more heterosexual than I am bisexual. I enjoy girls, but really, its only my best friend that I can see doing a lot of things with. Its fun to fool around with her, and I love her to death. I'm almost like a part of her and her bf's relationship. They each love me in their own way.

    I have no problem at all making out with girls, in fact, its really fun. It is interesting to see how someone reacts. They have the same parts, and to see their little differences in rxn and dis/likes, it is really a learning exp. I'm picky with them though....I think I'm just a picky person in general, which is good. haha.

    I feel as if sexuallity is something to be explored and boundaries tested. Sex is not something to be afraid of. People need to let go and find what they really like. Its sick that the media controls every aspect of our lives, even the stuff that goes on in the bed room.
     
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    I'm Bi.
    A females body is 10 times prettier than a males body in my opinion.
    But I think I am more for men than for women though.
    Holiday explains it allllll in the above post :)

    I don't want to sound like a jerk, but I like Bisexual and Homosexual men more than Hetero men. Why? Maybe because they understand a woman better, I don't know.
     
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    totally agree with you. alot of the straight guys i know tend to treat woman like crap, and it pisses me off when they do things they think is alright, when it kills the girl.
     
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    hehe, thank you and I totally agree. ^_^

    It seems to me that bisexual and homosexual men are a lot more open in general(at least if they can be in their situation), not just with their sexuality. In no way am I saying that you have to be bi or gay to be open, I'm just noting a general trend. some of it has to do with brain chemistry and some has to do with shock factor. There is nothing more shocking and different than being yourself. If you want to make a statement, be you. It is the best way, I've discovered. It is these people that don't want to be shocking or be themselves that bother me. I like real, honest people, ones that aren't afraid to be themselves.

    I'm kind of going off on a tangent, but I think I'm trying to get at the point that, no matter if you're homosexual, bisexual, or heterosexual, it is the open-ness, the freedom from these social norms of fear, and the empathetic thinking that I find attractive and what is so fun about more inclined people.

    People aren't so afraid of homosexuality as an act, they are afraid of the connontations of the ideas in it's context to their society and people's reactions to it. They are afraid of other people being afraid and judging.

    hehe, ok, I think I went a little over board, but I was on a roll. :p
     
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    It's good for all you to admit that you are gay or bi, it takes alot of courage.

    P.S. rosanna just stop.
     
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    I.Am.Bisexual

    And isn't the idea of a forum for people to share their veiws, opinions and feelings? If I'm wrong please correct me...but somehow I don't think I am. So could you please all lay off Rosanna. She has a right to post does she not? Consider yourself bullies if you may. Thanks.
     
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    I love to have sex with the opposite sex but every once in awhile I feel an attraction towards a guy. I'm not bi I just have little bi moments but I'd never go out with a guy or have sex with one.
     
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    I have a question, I'm not attracted to the opposite sex but I wish I was. I'm not proud of my sexuality at all. Will I be less happy than I could be later in life?
     
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    i have heard of many people who switched sides, and have become happier. i've tried this, but to no avail. there are books and seminars that may help, but its up to you. if you are determined and ready to face the challenge, then by all means go for it. if you are not able to, then maybe counsiling can help. im thinking of maybe getting help for me and my family, but not right now. theres too much drama at my house right now.
     
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    There is a fair bit of drama going on at my house at the moment too actually. The only counseling that I will get is counseling from my friends. We have decided that we will attempt to counsel each other if necesary. Things are going quite well in that department as of the present. I don't believe that one can just 'switch sides' through books and seminars though. Once someone is in this sort of frame of mind i imagine that is is very difficult, if not impossible to get them out of it.
     

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