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Posted 15 December 2013 - 07:53 PM

I'm straight and I have no issues with gays.

Bisexual people on the other hand... the ones I've known are so f*cked up I now try to avoid knowing them at all. If you date a bisexual, he/she will probably cheat on you and in the case of girls, not let you watch. I know that's pretty sweeping but that's been my experience.
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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:02 PM

I'm bisexual, and I'd never dare cheat on my partner, that's ludicrously stereotypical. I'm incredibly messed-up, but that's irrelevant to my sexuality. I'm happy, and if I ever want to think about guys, wacking off to porn is more than enough. I don't feel I'm 'missing out' on anything. Sure, my girlfriend doesn't have a dick and therefore my fantasy of giving someone a blowjob and letting them cum on my face will never be fulfilled, but I'd never split up with her because of it. 

 

My best-friend's father watches gay porn occasionally, and lets his wife butt-f*ck him with strap-on's, and they're happily married. There is a lot more to people than what meets the eye. Different things make people tick different ways. You can be primarily straight, or primarily gay, but by no means does that mean it has to be exclusive. 


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:04 PM

I'm straight and I have no issues with gays.

Bisexual people on the other hand... the ones I've known are so f*cked up I now try to avoid knowing them at all. If you date a bisexual, he/she will probably cheat on you and in the case of girls, not let you watch. I know that's pretty sweeping but that's been my experience.

 

Thing is, if my gf cheated on me with another woman, it wouldn't really phase me at all strangely enough. Even if she ran off with some lesbian lover, it wouldn't affect me nearly as much as it would had it been a guy. I dunno...maybe it's just an alpha thing or whatever.


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:29 PM Edited by Nipperkins, 15 December 2013 - 08:30 PM.

Bisexual chicks are probably the most f*cked up group of people on the planet, and this is coming form experience.

 

I'm bisexual, and I'd never dare cheat on my partner, that's ludicrously stereotypical. I'm incredibly messed-up, but that's irrelevant to my sexuality. I'm happy, and if I ever want to think about guys, wacking off to porn is more than enough. I don't feel I'm 'missing out' on anything. Sure, my girlfriend doesn't have a dick and therefore my fantasy of giving someone a blowjob and letting them cum on my face will never be fulfilled, but I'd never split up with her because of it. 

 

My best-friend's father watches gay porn occasionally, and lets his wife butt-f*ck him with strap-on's, and they're happily married. There is a lot more to people than what meets the eye. Different things make people tick different ways. You can be primarily straight, or primarily gay, but by no means does that mean it has to be exclusive. 

Why the f*ck do you know this?


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:31 PM


I'm straight and I have no issues with gays.

Bisexual people on the other hand... the ones I've known are so f*cked up I now try to avoid knowing them at all. If you date a bisexual, he/she will probably cheat on you and in the case of girls, not let you watch. I know that's pretty sweeping but that's been my experience.

 
Thing is, if my gf cheated on me with another woman, it wouldn't really phase me at all strangely enough. Even if she ran off with some lesbian lover, it wouldn't affect me nearly as much as it would had it been a guy. I dunno...maybe it's just an alpha thing or whatever.

The cheating would bother me but I have to agree if it happened it would much more tolerable if it was same sex. I'm not much of an alpha male type but I dunno why either.


I'm bisexual, and I'd never dare cheat on my partner, that's ludicrously stereotypical. I'm incredibly messed-up, but that's irrelevant to my sexuality. I'm happy, and if I ever want to think about guys, wacking off to porn is more than enough. I don't feel I'm 'missing out' on anything. Sure, my girlfriend doesn't have a dick and therefore my fantasy of giving someone a blowjob and letting them cum on my face will never be fulfilled, but I'd never split up with her because of it. 
 
My best-friend's father watches gay porn occasionally, and lets his wife butt-f*ck him with strap-on's, and they're happily married. There is a lot more to people than what meets the eye. Different things make people tick different ways. You can be primarily straight, or primarily gay, but by no means does that mean it has to be exclusive. 


I believe you said you're 17 or 18 or something. You have very little life experience. So not to be a dick or anything but your opinion on the matter isn't exactly compelling. Bisexuals don't work well in monogamous relationships because they will always be unfulfilled by one partner. Monogamy isn't the only way though.

I've got to ask, does your gf know you want a bit of strange on the side?

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:33 PM

I'm asexual. I find certain men attractive but sexual activity has never interested me and I never felt the urge or need to experience it. :ph34r: :ph34r:

My wife used to think along these lines. This can be the case for some people, but more often than not, the right person makes all the difference.

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:34 PM

Bisexuality has nothing to do with sex drive, just sexual attraction. You can be straight and only want one partner. You can be a lesbian and want every woman out there. You can be bisexual and want no partners because every time you venture out to find one you remember people are f*cking retarded about their entitled sense of self worth when it comes to discussing sexuality.


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#38

Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:35 PM

I like dudes.

 

;)

 

Of course, there are women who I find to be absolutely gorgeous, but that's mainly because I wish I could be them. I'd go gay for Jennifer Lawrence any day, though.

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:37 PM

 

 

I'm straight and I have no issues with gays.

Bisexual people on the other hand... the ones I've known are so f*cked up I now try to avoid knowing them at all. If you date a bisexual, he/she will probably cheat on you and in the case of girls, not let you watch. I know that's pretty sweeping but that's been my experience.

 
Thing is, if my gf cheated on me with another woman, it wouldn't really phase me at all strangely enough. Even if she ran off with some lesbian lover, it wouldn't affect me nearly as much as it would had it been a guy. I dunno...maybe it's just an alpha thing or whatever.

The cheating would bother me but I have to agree if it happened it would much more tolerable if it was same sex. I'm not much of an alpha male type but I dunno why either.


I'm bisexual, and I'd never dare cheat on my partner, that's ludicrously stereotypical. I'm incredibly messed-up, but that's irrelevant to my sexuality. I'm happy, and if I ever want to think about guys, wacking off to porn is more than enough. I don't feel I'm 'missing out' on anything. Sure, my girlfriend doesn't have a dick and therefore my fantasy of giving someone a blowjob and letting them cum on my face will never be fulfilled, but I'd never split up with her because of it. 
 
My best-friend's father watches gay porn occasionally, and lets his wife butt-f*ck him with strap-on's, and they're happily married. There is a lot more to people than what meets the eye. Different things make people tick different ways. You can be primarily straight, or primarily gay, but by no means does that mean it has to be exclusive. 


I believe you said you're 17 or 18 or something. You have very little life experience. So not to be a dick or anything but your opinion on the matter isn't exactly compelling. Bisexuals don't work well in monogamous relationships because they will always be unfulfilled by one partner. Monogamy isn't the only way though.

I've got to ask, does your gf know you want a bit of strange on the side?

 

I'm 20. She knows I'm bisexual, she's completely fine with it. I don't feel unfulfilled, but maybe that'll change over-time. We'll see.


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:47 PM

 

 

I'm straight and I have no issues with gays.

Bisexual people on the other hand... the ones I've known are so f*cked up I now try to avoid knowing them at all. If you date a bisexual, he/she will probably cheat on you and in the case of girls, not let you watch. I know that's pretty sweeping but that's been my experience.

 
Thing is, if my gf cheated on me with another woman, it wouldn't really phase me at all strangely enough. Even if she ran off with some lesbian lover, it wouldn't affect me nearly as much as it would had it been a guy. I dunno...maybe it's just an alpha thing or whatever.

The cheating would bother me but I have to agree if it happened it would much more tolerable if it was same sex. I'm not much of an alpha male type but I dunno why either.


I'm bisexual, and I'd never dare cheat on my partner, that's ludicrously stereotypical. I'm incredibly messed-up, but that's irrelevant to my sexuality. I'm happy, and if I ever want to think about guys, wacking off to porn is more than enough. I don't feel I'm 'missing out' on anything. Sure, my girlfriend doesn't have a dick and therefore my fantasy of giving someone a blowjob and letting them cum on my face will never be fulfilled, but I'd never split up with her because of it. 
 
My best-friend's father watches gay porn occasionally, and lets his wife butt-f*ck him with strap-on's, and they're happily married. There is a lot more to people than what meets the eye. Different things make people tick different ways. You can be primarily straight, or primarily gay, but by no means does that mean it has to be exclusive. 


I believe you said you're 17 or 18 or something. You have very little life experience. So not to be a dick or anything but your opinion on the matter isn't exactly compelling. Bisexuals don't work well in monogamous relationships because they will always be unfulfilled by one partner. Monogamy isn't the only way though.

I've got to ask, does your gf know you want a bit of strange on the side?

 

Jesus Christ you talk a load of sh*t.


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:53 PM

 

I'm asexual. I find certain men attractive but sexual activity has never interested me and I never felt the urge or need to experience it. :ph34r: :ph34r:

My wife used to think along these lines. This can be the case for some people, but more often than not, the right person makes all the difference.

 

Thanks for that.


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 08:57 PM

Jesus Christ you talk a load of sh*t.


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:01 PM

I love piss.

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:06 PM Edited by Vlynor, 15 December 2013 - 09:07 PM.

 

 

I'm asexual. I find certain men attractive but sexual activity has never interested me and I never felt the urge or need to experience it. :ph34r: :ph34r:

My wife used to think along these lines. This can be the case for some people, but more often than not, the right person makes all the difference.

 

Thanks for that.

 

 

You need right person? I give you Boris' number. You call him, yes? He has right person very cheap.


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:16 PM Edited by Flynny, 15 December 2013 - 09:34 PM.

Bisexual with no real strong leanings either way anymore, would not say it is dead on 50-50 but it isn't drastically off that. 60-40 female at most. 6 months ago I thought I was straight. 

 

@WBaker, if anyone is unfulfilled in a monogamous relationship it simply means they are in it with the wrong person; that is nothing to do with sexual orientation. 

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 04:27 AM

For those of you who consider yourselves asexual, what does that entail? Why do you consider yourself that?


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 05:11 AM

For those of you who consider yourselves asexual, what does that entail?

 

Well, if you're male, I'd imagine it entailing an expertise in maintaining a good level of bullsh*tting oneself.


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 09:59 AM

 

For those of you who consider yourselves asexual, what does that entail?

 

Well, if you're male, I'd imagine it entailing an expertise in maintaining a good level of bullsh*tting oneself.

And what the f*ck is that supposed to mean?


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 10:06 AM Edited by whatsstrength, 16 December 2013 - 10:06 AM.

 

For those of you who consider yourselves asexual, what does that entail?

 

Well, if you're male, I'd imagine it entailing an expertise in maintaining a good level of bullsh*tting oneself.

 

Step in our shoes and say that again. Oh wait, you can't. You have no business saying that just like anyone else has no business talking down about other sexual orientations.


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 10:08 AM

I became full lesbian at the age of around fetus.

 

I prefer women, brunette, thick or petite. Legs that can walk a mile or two.. if you get wrapped up, think of it as a cocoon and enjoy it's bliss.

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 10:39 AM

I'm bisexual

Isn't it awesome to have twice as many to choose from? Or is it frustrating?
I believe my head would go crazy if I was attracted to both genders, so much to look at


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 10:49 AM

 

I'm bisexual

Isn't it awesome to have twice as many to choose from? Or is it frustrating?
I believe my head would go crazy if I was attracted to both genders, so much to look at

 

In my case it's frustrating because I have to choose whether I want to settle down with a man or woman and then commit to that choice all the way. I've gone on a few dating sites and I've had a ridiculously hard time choosing.


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 11:59 AM

 

Isn't it awesome to have twice as many to choose from? Or is it frustrating?

I believe my head would go crazy if I was attracted to both genders, so much to look at

In my case it's frustrating because I have to choose whether I want to settle down with a man or woman and then commit to that choice all the way. I've gone on a few dating sites and I've had a ridiculously hard time choosing.

Ah I understand. I wonder what that feels like..

Wasn't it awesome when you were single though? I guess there was a lot to experience


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 12:49 PM

I prefer having sex to not having sex.

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 01:42 PM

I'm a straight up fanny man.

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 04:51 PM

I'm a man I like women.
I don't care about your sexual preferences.
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Posted 16 December 2013 - 05:00 PM

 

 

For those of you who consider yourselves asexual, what does that entail?

 

Well, if you're male, I'd imagine it entailing an expertise in maintaining a good level of bullsh*tting oneself.

And what the f*ck is that supposed to mean?

 

 

 

 

 

For those of you who consider yourselves asexual, what does that entail?

 

Well, if you're male, I'd imagine it entailing an expertise in maintaining a good level of bullsh*tting oneself.

 

Step in our shoes and say that again. Oh wait, you can't. You have no business saying that just like anyone else has no business talking down about other sexual orientations.

 

 

Jesus Christ, learn to take a bloody joke. I know it wasn't funny but f*ck me, why the morbidity fellas?

 

Maybe I should create a new meme - "Not sure if lame joke or serious"

 

I became full lesbian at the age of around fetus. 

 

Ha! Nice.

 

 

I'm bisexual

Isn't it awesome to have twice as many to choose from? Or is it frustrating?
I believe my head would go crazy if I was attracted to both genders, so much to look at

 

 

I could only imagine a unisex changing room being a godsend; if you're the type who likes being arrested.

 

I'm a straight up fanny man.

 

If you said that aloud in Scotland, it would be taken in a completely different context.


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 05:31 PM Edited by Trinette, 16 December 2013 - 05:34 PM.

For those of you who consider yourselves asexual, what does that entail? Why do you consider yourself that?

It's mainly due to the thought of sexual activity not being an ideal or interesting thing; quite the opposite really. I started noticing that around age 15/16, and I'd discuss it with friends or my sister and they were all mostly like "Give it a few years and you'll see it differently" (and I honestly didn't believe a few years would make a difference, 16 is old enough in my opinion to start realizing what attracts you and not).

 

I'm now 19 and my thoughts about it haven't changed. I'm still disgusted by the thought of sex and I have no drive, nor do I think about sex or wanting some kind of sexual pleasure during any part of the day. Because of that, I've come to the conclusion that I'm either going to be an abnormally late bloomer, which is unlikely, or I'm just simply asexual, and I'm leaning on the fact that I'm probably the latter. :ph34r: :ph34r:

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 05:42 PM

Girls all the way. They fascinate and inspire me in many ways (especially musically). I also have a history of getting along better with them than with guys (there's probably some sort of bias involved), with few exceptions where I was to blame.

 

I find some guys attractive too, but usually only people that are really neat and attractive. I think I could classify myself as a bisexual, but I like women so much that I think my attraction towards men is negligible.


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 05:45 PM

I'm what the gay community would define as a goldstar lesbian; that is, a female that has always defined as gay and has never slept with a male. Some crazy scene lesbians actually use it as a way to feel superior and suggest they are more gay than other women who define as gay but have had relationships with men in the past. There are quite a few labels for lesbians actually, but I don't take them seriously, I just use them to joke amongst others who know what they mean.

 

I'm just a girl who likes girls, simple as that really. I don't want to be a man or look like a man, but maybe I share some male mentality sometimes.... because I confess I often look at the Hot Chick topic  :beerhat:





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