Not gay or bi or straight but a new sorta way...
Posted Wed Jun 27, 2007 03:41 PM
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Posted Thu Jun 28, 2007 08:39 AM
its just it seems to have a negative sounding to it, i duno...
Posted Thu Jun 28, 2007 08:44 AM
Good luck, sis.
Posted Thu Jun 28, 2007 08:48 AM
Good luck, sis.
thats what I mean, like I can see myself loving either gender, sex is great and all, but really it dosent matter to me,i duno my moms would just prob laugh at me or something
Posted Thu Jun 28, 2007 03:21 PM
I think that love, at least in the romantisized [sp?] sense doesn't have boundaries. We've all heard that "love is blind." It's true. True love [and sexual attraction for that matter] doesn't have boundaries. You can't help who you fall in love with or who you are attracted to.
What you're describing sounds like pansexuality, but like PieceKeeper said, labels are unimportant.
Posted Thu Jun 28, 2007 04:10 PM
People loved who they loved, had sex with who they wanted, and married primarily for the unification of families and procreation. (Most sexual liberties were limited to men, but it doesn't have to be that way now.)
I wouldn't even use the term "pansexuality". As I've said a few times on the boards here you are who you are. You love who you love. You fuck who you want to fuck. You're not gay. You're not a lesbian. You're not bi. You are starz983 [or insert real name here]. The gender of who you're with doesn't matter as long as they make you happy.
I really doubt that lesbian parents would care, but I agree with BlueStone that if they laugh, it will probably be in a jovial manner. Especially with parents who are outside "the norm", I don't see a reason why you should have to tell them, unless you want to. Then I would imagine just a brief explanation on your thoughts, but I don't see how it could be as bad as you're making it out to be.
Let us know how it goes if you do talk to them!
Posted Fri Jul 06, 2007 12:18 AM
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Posted Tue Jul 31, 2007 01:51 PM
That sounds like asexuality to me.
That sounds like a pretty narrow point of view, in my opinion.
Posted Tue Jul 31, 2007 03:44 PM
You're a Humanist, my dear. xo
Posted Wed Aug 01, 2007 04:29 AM
Wouldn't lesbian parents be open to you on your sexuality?
I almost got myself adopted by a couple lesbians when I was 14. They lived the block from me and knew me from a very young age. I was going through hell at home and when they noticed what was happening, they offered for me to live with them if I so wanted to. I did but for reasons to protect them, I opted not to move in with them, to where they were moving to anyway.
I didn't know that they were lesbians at the time but it all clicked later on in life. Very nice people they were.