My personal view is that it does not matter. Love is love, and sex is sex. I cannot see why anyone should care, as it does not affect anyone in any way.
I am personally open minded. If I fall in love with someone, I fall in love. Simple, in my mind. I am in the 10-20 age range.
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I agree with you. Love is love. Period. “Certain kinds” of love should not be any less meaningful than others.
And about ‘displaying’ your sexuality… I don’t think gay/bi/etc people display it anymore than straight people do. They hold hands and kiss.. they go on dates… Yes, they’ll also make out but since when do straight people not do that? No one seems to make a big deal out of that.
And about Gay Pride xP
“I get sick of listening to straight people complain about, “Well, hey, we don’t have a heterosexual-pride day, why do you need a gay-pride day?” I remember when I was a kid I’d always ask my mom: “Why don’t we have a Kid’s Day? We have a Mother’s Day and a Father’s Day, but why don’t we have a Kid’s Day?” My mom would always say, “Every day is Kid’s Day.” To all those heterosexuals that b-tch about gay pride, I say the same thing: Every day is heterosexual-pride day! Can’t you people enjoy your banquet and not piss on those of us enjoying our crumbs over here in the corner?”
(14 and bi)
I have two gay children, I’ve watched them grow up and was not aware of their sexuality until they told me. I know it’s not an environmental thing, they were never abused or mistreated by the opposite sex. I did know their mother was bi when I married her, we divorced after the kids were grown and she is now in a strictly gay relationship. We are friends and that’s the way it is. Even our family Dr, agrees that it’s something hereditary and normal. I did wonder for awhile if it was the way they were raised, or if it was environmental, but I feel comfortable in knowing that that’s just the way it is. I lead meetings for PFLAG and run across some real winners that wonder why gay’s exist. Thinking they will get an answer from somewhere or someone and usually leave disappointed with their minds still slammed shut like a steel cage.
i believe that when we are born, we are all born as bisexuals. how can we know what we want when we cant even think?
anyways, as we grow older, we are exposed to a society where being straight is considered to be normal.
i think that whether you are gay/lesbian/bi/transgender/transsexual, it shouldn’t matter. i agree with you(:
if you fall in love with someone, you fall in love. thats all there is too it. and sure, sometimes you may have a preference but its not everyone else thats falling in love with the person you are, so i cannot understand why homosexuality is such a big deal:(
gays/lesbians/bis dont critisize straight people, and nor should they.
love is love. and thats all there is to it. you can’t help but to follow what your heart desires(:
im also in teh 10-20 age range(:
I was trying to explain this to my best-friend the other day, because he’s quite a homophobic person [hence i havent told him im bisexual]..
I’m 18 [next month, today] and my views are that, at the end of the day, your still human.
If you like something, you like it..
If you love someone, you love them!
Whats the problem? Your still the person you always were and will be.
The views of homophobes I shall never understand!
I am 15 and I am straight. I have absolutley no problem with same sex relationships or anything. It doesn’t effect me in any way and it’s none of my business anyway. I agree with you, and if two people fall in love, then why does it matter what gender they are and no one should say that its “wrong”….I know this is a strongly debated topic but it really shouldnt be. everyone should just keep their mind on what happens in their own bedroom.
im 21, i think if you find some one to love and they love you back and they make you happy then your lucky whether they are opposite gender or same gender. why go looking for the socially acceptable “right” person when societys opinion doesnt really count if it means you have to be unhappy… When the socially viewed “wrong” person was jst waiting for you to love them back. lifes to short to live up to other peoples demands of what is right, love is love. its just a nice thing to say you have and even nicer to share it with someone who ever they might be,
I’m exactly the same as you, but I’m gay, so if I didn’t agree with it, I would be screwed. I also strongly believe that it isn’t a choice. I’m in the 10-20 age range.
Love is love. No one has the right to stop anyone else from loving a member of the same sex, no one has the right to take away someones happiness!
<3 being Bi 🙂
I think love knows no age or gender. I draw the line at species.
I also don’t understand why anyone should care.
All the really conservative and homophobic people don’t talk about their sex lives, so why should they be in anyone else’s?
If you don’t want to see two men or two women kissing or holding hands, look the other way.
I agree with you. People should love who they want to love, be it man or woman. It’s not for anyone to judge, there is no rhyme or reason to love or desire.
I’m in the 10-20 range as well.