posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 06:14 AM
Answer these questions or ideas first - were you born straight? Was being straight something you acquired along the way!
If you like fellatio, cunnilingus or back door entry (male or female) did you choose to like it or were you just born that way?
Most people don't have sex to ONLY make babies. Most people have sex because it feels good, it is fun and relaxing for both partners or even for
multiple partners. Sexual release has the effect of making both males and females less aggressive! This is true even for LGBT.
I know many females who won't do missionary because they refuse to get pregnant. Having or not having children is a personal choice we all make.
Many men I know will not bow to the almighty female sex organ whether it is for religious or otherwise reasons.
Many people simply refuse to play the games everyone else plays because society says or conditions us to acquiesce to certain identified roles or
Many Lesbians simply refuse the paternal paradigm over the maternal because paternal and fraternal orders discount the worth of females and consider
them sperm catchers rather than people. The paternal also discounts that any woman can have more brains than a man.
The paternal view discounts that a man can be worthy without a female or children.
Women can do everything a man can do plus one - have a baby!
So, in many ways one is born to like certain things or not; like art, music, food, weather conditions, job types, status with or without family,
status with or without social approval, books, bananas, spicy condiments, love or fear of animals and insects, (the only good spider in my house is a
dead one), and the list goes on forever.
When I meet someone who makes me feel like a giddy-in-love kid again - whether male or female - I follow along to see if this person means as much as
or more to me than my mother. If I can trust them to be honest with me and to look out for me as much as I will them. If their looks and methods of
living are attractive too me - I follow them. If they make me feel good and worthy - I would try my best to make them feel the same.
Self-respect and self-diginity are more valuable than money.
No-one has the right to make me justify myself to them - period! I learned this aspect from a disabled person who refused to tell people anything
about why she did things the way she did unless she wanted to tell them.
For me, there came a time when I and my God were at odds with each other. I couldn't go on lying and believing in Great Spirit. So I quit lying about
myself even to myself - picked myself up by my bootstraps, stood tall and walked with my head held high and pride in my heart knowing that my God and
I were at one together. Great Spirit made me the way that I am and I must have pride that God did this for me because God loves me.
It was also at that time that I had certain visions about life and spirituality that confirmed I was on the Good Red Blood Path where 'I' needed to
be. My visions might not apply to you. Your path to your God is defined by you and your God.
Good luck in finding peace and love on the path you are on!