I have always been an open person; I believe people can fall in love and have sex with absolutely anyone (because love and sex feels good and everyone wants to feel good). I have never identified with a specific sexual orientation. I love people for who they are as individuals (and sex? Well... sex is sex, no matter what gender is in your bed). But enough about me, what is your sexual orientation (if you don't mind me asking)? Why do you identify with this specific orientation?
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Your answer - only in reverse. I'm a woman who is hard wired straight. I do not find other women attractive that way at all, but I have absolutely no problem with people loving who they love. - this answer was fantastic I laughed :)
So...same-sex relationships are good enough for sex, but not good enough for marriage equality?
Marriage is not "designed" by religion in the US as the government (the state) defines what constitutes a legal marriage via civil licensing.
Even though I'm straight and male I've never liked the sound of lesbian either. Just like you said, you just hope it isn't going to ruin your good shoes.
There are gays in pretty much every species not just humans which would indicate that gay is a part of nature.
As humans we are born hard wired to be whatever we are, that doesn't make others unnatural, just different.
The fact that gays cannot reproduce life via same sex should tell you something about nature's original intent for males and females. No one can argue against nature, but they can and do go against it.
You have your mind trapped in a small box where love and desire aren't natural and sex is only an act for procreation. Expand to see the whole picture and you will experience a new world. Sex is an expression of, extension of one's connection.
If one with nature's plan is a small box, then that is the case. Some people will deviate and go in other directions. There are all kinds of strange things being practiced. I just go with the original plan which is a male and female relationship.
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