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    Is being a Bisexual a bad thing ?
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    My mate told me a couple of nights ago that he was in fact a bisexual and he does not know how to go about telling is gf that he likes both boys and girls.....His mother knows but not his dad since he is a religious person(the dad that is). My reply to all of this was Son....you get the best of both worlds and i will not cry you down.
     

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    ??!!
    It's not bad or good; it just is.
    It probably makes for a more complicated social life though (or perhaps just a more robust one, since most people eliminate 50% of prospective matches right off the bat!)
     

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    I once read (maybe the N.Y. Times) that while women could be inclined / wired (don't recall the exact words) towards bi-sexuality, that men could not. If men thought/ acted bi-sexualy, they were just deluding themselves.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDFINE
    I once read (maybe the N.Y. Times) that while women could be inclined / wired (don't recall the exact words) towards bi-sexuality, that men could not. If men thought/ acted bi-sexualy, they were just deluding themselves.
    I once read that we never landed a man on the moon.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlow
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    It's not bad or good; it just is.
    It probably makes for a more complicated social life though (or perhaps just a more robust one, since most people eliminate 50% of prospective matches right off the bat!)
    Woody Allen once said....

    "Being bi-sexual doubles your chances for a date on Saturday night!"
    :lol: :lol:
     

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    A bi-sexual woman is always the easiest path to a three-way.
     

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    How do we know that we are not unconsciously bisexual?

    Maybe we just haven't met attractive enough person of the same sex ... yet.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TN1965
    How do we know that we are not unconsciously bisexual?
    Maybe we just haven't met attractive enough person of the same sex ... yet.
    As I watched the new Superman movie, I had to admit that he is one fine piece of Grade A Beef!! To look at . . . not that there's anything wrong with that. :wink:
    But . . . I think I'll just stick with my (female) wife.
     

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    The matter of sexual identification seems to be getting more complicated. The other day, I came across the initials LGBTQ. The Q was a new one to me. Google led me to this:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/sty ... stand-for/
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman
    LGBTQ
    I seriously wonder why THEY, of all people, seem to be so stuck on labels. The Q basically stands for 'whatever', so why not just drop the whole thing? Aren't we all just whatever we are? As with 'racism', isn't 'homophobia' (which in terms of the actual Qs of the world is a misnomer) just another word for 'narrow-minded bigot'? In Beatles' vernacular, "Let It Be". Love who ya wanna love, pierce what ya wanna pierce, tattoo what ya wanna tattoo, worship (or don't) what ya wanna worship, be who ya wanna be. As long as you don't try to proselytize me or curb my freedoms, I won't do it to you. I do not want anyone telling me what to think, so I won't tell you.
    [I will, however, give you my OPINION, which you, of course, can totally ignore . . . :wink: ]
     

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