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    LOL, bacteria and all that, makes you wonder, do they feel pain when they do that?
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    (Original post by This Is Not A Username)
    LOL, bacteria and all that, makes you wonder, do they feel pain when they do that?
    must be quite orgasmic as they go through the episode evey what 20 mins ??
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    Conversation goes from Bi-Sexualism through Tri-Sexualism to A-Sexualism, and orgasmic bacteria.

    You couldn't make it up!
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    I really want to know if this is classed as bisexualism as I'm not sure I should come out and all that crap.
    Has anyone ever watched something on MTV called A Shot of Love with Tila Tequila?
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    OMG I LOVE TILA TEQUILA!! the best show ever. she's so cool. she can get hot boys and girls. best of both worlds! although i prefer the boys
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I not sure I should come out and all that crap.
    your sixteen!!!
    give it some time I say
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    Originally Posted by Anonymous
    I not sure I should come out and all that crap.

    Just focus on the coming part.
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    i think i'm in a similar sitution to you actually. i would have said i was straight until i was about 19 and a half. now that i'm twenty i am pretty sure that i am bisexual, but not completely. similar to you i think i am physically attracted to some people of the same sex (guys in my case) but not really sure about a relationship.

    i have come out, to a few of my friends. so far only to the people i know are ok with it. soon i think i might come out to more of my friends, including the ones who aren't as open minded. most people i know who are gay or bi don't come out to absolutely everyone, as there are still many homophobes around. i am quite political though, so i think i might come out to some of my less open minded friends just to make a point, and to help them realise that LGBT people are just normal people too (assuming they think i am normal, lol).

    don't rush it if you don't want to. took me till twenty to have any strong idea at all and still not there. if you come out, come out to the people who you know will take it well at first. and if you want to you can keep going from there.

    one day when the world is perfect people won't even assume a sexual preference. but until then, just do what's best for you. screw the homophobes. (not literally, of course)
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    Apparently back in some ancient civilisations most people were pretty open minded and had sexual relations with both men and women.

    Shows that sexuality is one of the only things that hasn't got better in 2000 years.
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    (Original post by This Is Not A Username)
    Shows that sexuality is one of the only things that hasn't got better in 2000 years.
    Gotten better? what do you mean?
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    (Original post by charlie23)
    Gotten better? what do you mean?
    I think they mean what is regarded socially acceptable and whatnot. You would be surprised at how homosexuality was seeing hundreds of years ago. I think before Feudal Japan it wasn't a big deal if two guys got together, and just before Moguls reigned over India some emperors had same-sex relationships (though if memory served, they were still expected to marry into heterosexual relationships for the sake of offspring etc.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)

    Some people say that's bisexual, some bicurious, some straight but I can officially say I don't care. I feel how I feel and whatever happens happens, it doesn't need a label.
    Ditto that !
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I really want to know if this is classed as bisexualism as I'm not sure I should come out and all that crap.
    I wouldn't bother with coming out until you're utterly sure of yourself, but you don't have to be 'out' to experiment. For the most part, labels are useful as general markers, but a bit crap for individuals. Do what feels comfortable to you, don't bother with expectations. If you really feel you want others to know, come out to them - but perhaps not as bisexual. Just tell them what you've told us. But personally, from my experience, calm down, hang back and wait for whatever-it-is to happen. Work out your orientation afterwards, if you can be bothered. (and looking up the theory on wikipedia is very interesting, if nothing else! Don't be confined to gay/straight/bi! I'm certainly not! Sexuality is much too intersting to dismiss so quickly...)

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    (Original post by This Is Not A Username)
    I assume by Asexual you mean - Anything Sexual?
    nah self-reproduction - literally split the body into 2 and make the other half.
    With all that - you could'nt aksed to be homophobic!
    I've certainly found asexual people to be very accepting of non-heteronormative behaviour... mainly because most of us were accused of/worried if we were gay at some point. And you should do your research, we don't split in two! :p: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asexual
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    I'm going through a really tough time at the moment. Some times if I was to look at another male it feels like they appeal to me , but I don't think it's an attraction wher I feel I want to have sex with them, which i've been able to feel with girls since I started puberty. I might see thre arms and think how manly they are. I think I know in my mind that i'm straight because i've been attracted to girls since I was like 7 and always known that I want a family and for the first 2 years of puberty all i could do was think about girls but it's feeling a bit hectic and worrying me. It's weird though because at the same time everyone keeps saying how my face is altering and i'm becoming to look more like a man rather than a skinny teenager.
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    I've certainly found asexual people to be very accepting of non-heteronormative behaviour... mainly because most of us were accused of/worried if we were gay at some point. And you should do your research, we don't split in two! :p: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asexual
    Yes they do - I have seen it in action!!!
    one night stand that went a bit wierd.
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    (Original post by emmarainbow)
    I've certainly found asexual people to be very accepting of non-heteronormative behaviour... mainly because most of us were accused of/worried if we were gay at some point. And you should do your research, we don't split in two! :p: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asexual
    (Original post by The wikipedia article you linked to)
    many asexuals do have sex,
    How can, or why do, asexuals have sex? Unless of course, well, I suppose viagra and lube.
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    Don't worry too much about it, until a woman comes along that you'd like to have a relationship with it just sounds like curiosity which is completely normal.
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    It might just be a stage, but if it isn't, so what? Enjoy what you enjoy and like what you like, but to put a label on yourself won't change or help anything.

    I'm a 19yo guy, and probably bisexual - or 'bi-curious' as someone put it. I started having fantasies about men at about 17, which died down a bit later, but is still very much there. But, like you said, I have no desire to be in a relationship with men.

    To be honest, I think a lot more people are curious and 'bisexual' in this way than they let on.
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    ^^ OK Anonymous person, If you want to chat I am available.
    you'r indentity will be secret, if that is your concern.

    Yes Loads of people are bi-curious.
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    bit curious maybe. what porn you like and what you fantasise about has very little bearing on your sexuality. I'm a lesbian and like straight porn
 
 
 
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