posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 11:32 AM
reply to post by Tea4One
Huh? I was 'straight' for most of my life. Had 2 boyfriends in my teenage years, various other straight sexual encounters (during that time only
tried some things with a good female friend of mine, nothing serious), then i accidentally met my girlfriend (in a pure accident, though i think it
was fate), we fell in love. Until that point i never ever thought about being together with a girl, that thought never crossed my mind. I met her, we
learned each other to know, we had so many things in common and it was basically love at first sight.
Personally i strongly believe that all Humans are Bisexual, we're open for both genders. I think what you prefers is affected by the parents,
upbrining, sadly also religion and how your life go on. Most guys are in strong denial about their feelings, because they get raised to be the
"leaders", the "strong". The same reason why so many males have a problem with talking about their feelings, crying and such. It's considered
"weak", so they suppress such feelings. Woman are different, we are expected to have strong feelings and i think that's why we are more open to be
bisexual or homosexual.
But really, you're nothing from birth on and Homosexuality isn't a disease you catch, it's also not some sort of brain damage, it's just your
feelings and love.
Personally i'm glad that my parents raised me in a modern way and accepted and really like my girlfriend. I remember the first time i brought her
home and after a couple of hours with talks and laughter my dad said that she was perfect and was really happy for me (and we're still living in the
house of my parents, we always have a fun time and sit together talking about things, listening to music, drinking whiskey)