Gay? Straight? Bisexual? Experimenting? Confused?
This year a lot of my female friends have told me that they are now dating females. When I stopped to think about it.... I noticed that a lot of females are now turning to females. The question is.... are women getting fed up with men or are these women finally embracing their inner lesbian?
I have no idea what is going on. I am totally and thoroughly straight. I love men; the way they stand, the way they walk, the way they smell. Yep - love 'em.
The last option in your question may be the closest to the real answer---confused. Most children growing up in public school these days are being fed a steady diet of cleverly-devised proselytism, causing them to doubt what nature and their conscience tells them is right and natural in favor of a damaging agenda. Many of these children grow into adulthood confused and believing the lie which tells them they have no choice to whom they are attracted. The fact is, homosexual teaching has caused this confusion. The so-called gay movement has exploded in recent decades due in large part to the improper influencing of young children.
When the homosexual indoctrination is absent, guess what? In almost every case, the girls like the boys, and the boys like the girls...the way they were created.
I'm sure I'll be labeled as a bigot and all those other things, but this needs to be said.
As a gay woman - I can only speak for myself. I have ALWAYS been gay, I don't remember ever being attracted to men, and only ever went out with one because it was the done thing - i didn't feel anything for him (Sorry,M!).
I can't speak for others. But I do know that apparently for some women, sexuality is fluid. They don't like labels, they just love who they love, and embrace feelings as they surface. We're a curious lot, women, we like to figure things out, and if that means "giving it a go", then well...women tend to. (and I don't mean that to sound like we are a 'slutty' lot).
People can think what they like - some of the most lesbian women I know (into the parades, activists, etc) were RELIGIOUSLY educated, so I can't agree with Caleb. In fact, whilst I was not religiously educated (eg not at a private school), my early schooling was done in years where homosexuality was still illegal in New Zealand, therefore it was not EVER touched on in my formative years...and hell, look at me.
Perhaps, you could ask them why/how they came to this conclusion - they are the best people to answer this question - NOT US.
As long as people are happy, safe, and not hurting anyone - does it matter?
I don't think there is a such thing is as being "confused" about what you like, desire, or enjoy. Most people do what makes them happy.
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by Metalhead936 7 years ago
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by igotinked 15 months ago
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