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you have an emotional and sexual orientation to both sexes... Damn, that makes me hetero -> I'm only sexually attracted to women... It's just so funny how some people esp. young ladies think their bi when they really aren't (I guess that's cool), kinda like I did. ok ques. Do you think bisexuality applies to men and women the same way?? Some people will say that if a man sleeps with another man he's gay regardless of the fact that he enjoys pussy....

~LONG LIVE GAY PORN~

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Ehhh... I don't agree with that. For one, "rules" of sexuality are not written in stone; and two, I don't like people labelling me in ways I don't agree with. I don't think I could ever love a woman but if someone said I was straight- I would laugh in their face.

Oh- and why wouldn't the "rules" apply the same to both men and women?

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I had a feeling you would say something like that... You don't amaze me. That's the books definition, not mine. I'm hetero, but part bi, there's no label for that. Therefore I am me.

You don't answer a ques. with a ques.....

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Originally posted by tastyt

Ehhh... I don't agree with that. For one, "rules" of sexuality are not written in stone; and two, I don't like people labelling me in ways I don't agree with. I don't think I could ever love a woman but if someone said I was straight- I would laugh in their face.

Oh- and why wouldn't the "rules" apply the same to both men and women?

I didnt think there was anyone as sensitive as I was with respect to labels but there you are...

The definition is simply laid out for a textbook but everyone always seems to fall into their own; never exactly what's written in black and white...

D - I think you could love a woman...

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Originally posted by starcapone

Therefore I am me.

I think that's the best way to sum it up.

The easiest way to alienate and confuse people is by imposing labels upon them that don't fit their own self-perception... Personally I do my best to take into account what any particular person's definition of themself is. Of course, there are always people who are blatantly in denial, lol.

The long and the short of it is- label, schmabel!

At any rate... no I don't think just because a guy had sex with a guy once that makes him gay... maybe he was just curious and found out it wasn't for him.

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Originally posted by tastyt

Why do you say that?

As much as I dont know you to that degree, I just think you are the type that is completely in touch with your sexuality and who you are. With those barriers crossed, I think you can open yourself up to love in any shape/form. I think it might be intuitive to say I can't love the opposite sex but it's just that...I think I could be in love with a male but in the same breath would feel that i could only love women...utlimately I guess we might not know until it happens...I think I'm babbling now...

Oh yeah, and you never accounted for your absence Sat night!

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Originally posted by phatman

utlimately I guess we might not know until it happens...

I definitely agree with you on that one... But as open as I may be or seem... I still have my inhibitions and there are boundaries I'm afraid to cross...

Anyhoo... you really have to get out... I'm starting to think you're not a real person, just like DG and Misk!

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Originally posted by SPYGIRL2

Unfortunately everything has to have a definition, wheher it is right or wrong.... People get placed into categories which are not necessarily right or wrong, for that matter....

I agree... but people need to realize that labels are just shorthand, and shouldn't make too many assumptions based on them.

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Originally posted by starcapone

you have an emotional and sexual orientation to both sexes... Damn, that makes me hetero -> I'm only sexually attracted to women... It's just so funny how some people esp. young ladies think their bi when they really aren't (I guess that's cool), kinda like I did. ok ques. Do you think bisexuality applies to men and women the same way?? Some people will say that if a man sleeps with another man he's gay regardless of the fact that he enjoys pussy....

~LONG LIVE GAY PORN~

I don't think that's necessarily true. If someone is unable to get emotionally attached at all, does that mean they're asexual? If a woman is raped and is no longer able to have any emotional attachment to men because of it, does that make them a lesbo?

On the other hand, there's something wrong with the "you are whatever you label yourself" deal also. It's just wrong for a guy to say he's bi and then turn out to be a buggo (bi until the guy gets off) when the other person did things hoping that it could turn into something more. Eeeeeeh who the fuck am I to talk anyway...

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This is all just personal perpectives, I mean, If someone believes it to be one way there is always going to be someone to contradict it. I say, whatever gets you off, do it, as long as it has nothing to do with me I don't care.

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Originally posted by starcapone

you have an emotional and sexual orientation to both sexes... Damn, that makes me hetero -> I'm only sexually attracted to women... It's just so funny how some people esp. young ladies think their bi when they really aren't (I guess that's cool), kinda like I did. ok ques. Do you think bisexuality applies to men and women the same way?? Some people will say that if a man sleeps with another man he's gay regardless of the fact that he enjoys pussy....~LONG LIVE GAY PORN~

okay that sounds fair! you got yourself a deal...

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Originally posted by starcapone

Some people will say that if a man sleeps with another man he's gay regardless of the fact that he enjoys pussy....

~LONG LIVE GAY PORN~

Well, he is........he is a bisexual. I really don't understand how you can like both, but thats just me. I try to just because I know there are tons of women who like both and I condone lesbo/bisexual action. But to say he is not gay at all cause he slept with another man? If a guy does that, he has to conceed to it, which means he has to have sparked some sort of interest, which means he has bisexual/homosexual tendencies.

Oh and tastyt,

At any rate... no I don't think just because a guy had sex with a guy once that makes him gay... maybe he was just curious and found out it wasn't for him.

Another statement I don't understand. If someone does think of someone of the same sex in a sexual manner, then they are bisexual/gay. Forget about labels and all the other shit people stress about and just think for a second..........if a person looks at another person of the same sex in a sexual manner and gets curious/excited/attracted to them, how in the hell are they straight.

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Originally posted by djjonstephen

Oh and tastyt,

Another statement I don't understand. If someone does think of someone of the same sex in a sexual manner, then they are bisexual/gay. Forget about labels and all the other shit people stress about and just think for a second..........if a person looks at another person of the same sex in a sexual manner and gets curious/excited/attracted to them, how in the hell are they straight.

Here's the thing... many people (some would say most) have at some point or another experienced at least a vague curiosity that goes against their predominant sexual orientation. Most don't act on it though. For all intents and purposes, these people would be considered by most, to be straight. Now, if someone with the same amt. of curiosity did, in fact, get a chance to try it out... and did not like it in the least... is that person any less straight than those who are curious but have never experimented? They may in fact be "straighter" because their desire if quenched, while for the others, the curiosity may linger...

The point is... one- labels don't necessarily hold much meaning; and two- if you were to count simple curiosity, there would be a lot more bisexuals out there than straights. Which I actually believe to be a fact, but that's another story.

Anyway it's early on Monday morning so I hope that made at least a little bit of sense.

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