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what are the goals and objectives of same sex relationship?

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    acasioannrosetteposted 8 years ago

    what are the goals and objectives of same sex relationship?

    goals and objectives of people having same sex relationships

  2. pippap profile image87
    pippapposted 8 years ago

    The goals and objectives of people having same-sex relationships is the same as for people having heterosexual relationships.  Gay and lesbian people are looking for life-long partners, love, families, and everything else that couples of the opposite sex are looking for - they just happen to be hardwired to look at persons of the same sex for these things.

    No one choses to be gay or lesbian.  They are born that way; but, they have exactly the same emotions, hopes, wants and desires as everyone else does.

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    zducoteposted 8 years ago

    it maens thay are gay and that is not there fult thay r gay but sometimesmy mom says gay people is more cuter.

  4. kalixao profile image58
    kalixaoposted 7 years ago

    For same -sex partners, I don't agree anyone's "born" anyway at all. It's a choice. But in same-sex relationships, there's something about the combination of friendship, a sort of secret lover the "straight world" is oblivious to, and a kind of trust and intimacy reminiscent of childhood - there's a sense that, against all odds, this same-sex is more "real", somehow, because it is, in fact, a choice. If you love or fall in love or choose to accept love, and that love comes in a body just like yours - honestly, who really gives a damn? You can love, and you can be loved - nothing else matters.

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    Christafayeposted 5 months ago

    To find a gay guy who will except me and my feminine side and my gurly  side and be turn on by my crossdressing and female attire and let me become the female i want to be a female in a gay relationship