I believe all that. In my experience it’s true. I’m sti not really interested in men, there is an element of disgust within me when contemplating that kind of interaction.
A lot of people have called me gay, it used to really bother me. It has a lot to do with me going schizo. I have determined I’m just more gentle than the hetero archetype, more open minded.
Really though I still have latent sexuality but consciously I’m not interested.
Sometimes when I need to I think back to a girlfriend I once had, to remind me that at one point I was very strongly attracted to women. That girl specifically.
The way I see it if I meet the right girl things will work out.
People can pick up on the insecurity in my identity. I think that’s why they judge me. From what I gather their minds are a lot different. They steer themselves away from the thoughts and perspective I entertain.
They are defiantly and definitely straight. I’ve always wondered how they can go without questioning it, but I’m not a mind reader maybe they do.
Anyways keep sex in its place, try not to focus on it.
The gay identity and sexual orientation theory exists to provide peace and acceptance. There is some truth to it though.
Growing up I had this engrained belief that anyone could do it either way if they wanted to. Culture kept people straight, as it is the only universally accepted way of life. This belief eventually led me through some confusing times. The confusion has passed, but it is a major force behind my sz. I had to process all that shit. Took years to really see how I truly felt. I’m just open minded. You could almost say fearlessly so, ultimately I don’t want to be a homosexual. It just doesn’t fit and I don’t think it’d ever really satisfy me. I have a latent love for the concept of a women, it’s not really even a sexual thing, it’s just that’s how I think it is more me personally to feel like I have a complete life. It is a component that is lacking in my life.
In my mind now though the way I see it is that people are unique. They all have their own feelings a thoughts in regards to this matter. It should be up to them to decide how they want to live and what they want to do and no one should question their decisions. They should be respected and given sovereignty over their own lives and bodies.
Yeah I don’t really even like sex though, been without for years and been medicated that whole time.
People really do need to accept bisexuality and sexual fluidity, but I question whether or not that will happen. People are in love with the heterosexual identity and it’s archetypes. They make good parents, their egos make for interesting partners. If everyone were gay their would be no ego, they’d all be cocksuckers lol. No offense intended.
When I really think about it though, homosexuality just doesn’t make sense. It’s not like I really care though sometimes, and it is a situational thing, I get around to feelings that I can only identify as queer. They always pass and it’s not consistent. I don’t know who else feels that, and I don’t expect them to admit it.
Sex sex sex, it’s all pretty gross.
I’ve tried to come up with a label that really fits. Labels kind of suck and they don’t really stick with me. It was sort of generated by my psychosis. The underlying telepathic war between the straights and the straight bisexuals. With me being a straight bisexual a straight who acknowledges he could choose to be gay.
That’s all coming from a pretty dark time in my life though. My views have changed. These people don’t even seem to think about it. Whatever they are doing works for them.
People shouldn’t think about other people’s sexualities.
People aren’t really raised to be open minded but I know a few people who are and they seem to get a long just fine.
It’s pretty irrational and unfounded to say that everyone is bi. There are gay people who swear they are just gay. The gold star crowd. Validating mono sexuality. In this country your free to do whatever you want. Unfortunately in the sociosphere things are different. Choose what you disclose about your past and your perspectives wisely. Straight people sustain the culture that makes them the most comfortable, that’s just how it is.
I tried coming out as bi to my family, and well that’s kind of when I went psychotic. They took me to the hospital and never talked about it again. Got forced back into the closet. Maybe it’s best. I don’t ever plan on sleeping with men.
I am interested in people who are openly bi and how people handle them. It should be seen as a valid orientation by all. They call it bisexual erasure, people don’t like thinking about it.
Perhaps the entire human race is in the closet?