Gay, Straight, or Bi?

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Gay, Straight, or Bi?

Gay - only have sexual desires for same gender
47
80%
Straight - only have sexual desires for opposite gender
2
3%
Bi - have sexual desires for either gender
10
17%
 
Total votes : 59

Postby dabonsteed » Mon Jan 31, 2005 4:44 pm

never wanted women.

even when I went on dates with them.

When I think back on my life so far, I was friends with plenty of girls, but barely remember their faces. Whereas I can tell you exactly what every guy I had a crush on looked like.


Yep, totally gay. I couldn't be gayer if my name was Gay Gayerson.
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Postby GX » Mon Jan 31, 2005 4:48 pm

Bi :) I will be a really butch lesbian one day :lol:
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Postby GX » Mon Jan 31, 2005 4:52 pm

michaelk69 wrote:I have to say, whenever I read your posts Lesley, I always think of you as a straight woman. You know, without really thinking about it I mean . . . that is just my gut reaction.

Probably pretty close to how I think. When i'm with my man I don't think of it as being gay...I think of myself as the female of the relationship. And generally when i'm with him I act like a total lady...only in public do I use the male personae.
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Postby silvertriumph2 » Sat May 09, 2009 2:47 am

Well, finally a poll that I can answer with certainty!!!!
YES, I am....BI (always have been and probably always will be) :wink:
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Postby nimby » Sat May 09, 2009 8:35 am

50% bi. Sometimes. I think.
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Postby dezotti » Sat May 09, 2009 2:43 pm

Eh, I go back and forth on this a lot.

I say I'm gay and I definitely feel it, but there are plenty of gorgeous women that turn my head from time to time.

The woman I spend most of my time with is the mother of my little daughter. At one point, she and I were sort of an item...good friends. Our daughter was conceived out of love. It was one of those things that just sort of happened. Again. And again. And again.

I dunno, maybe this might sound crazy, but I feel that ultimately I want to be with her. There's a stability and love there that I don't think I'll ever find with a man.
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Postby nimby » Sat May 09, 2009 2:46 pm

Ditto. And that's the road I chose. No regrets at all.
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Postby silvertriumph2 » Sun May 10, 2009 10:37 pm

Dezotti...I feel the same way.....

Although I am BI, today I lean more to the Gay side most of the time.

I was married to a wonderful lady and we had a son, but due to inlaw
interference and meddling, the marriage never had a chance and we
eventually parted...unfortunately. She is now married to another, and
now I doubt if we would ever have the chance to get together again,
although I probably would marry her again...in a nano-second! :wink:

I learned in May of 2008, that I had a 2nd son, with another woman who
was an flight attendant for an international airline, stationed in NYC and
whom I was with for a couple of years after my marriage ended. She
was suddenly transferred and moved from NYC to Los Angeles and I
never saw or heard from her again. She never told me that she was
pregnant when she moved, and after Andrew was born, never advised
me that I was his father. I found out about it after she died in 2008, and
her son (our son), Andrew, contacted me. For some reason, she also
never told her son who his father was until just before she passed away.
She had never married and always told him when he asked...."I will tell
you when the time is right." How sad that we missed knowing each other
all these years! :cry:
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Postby olywaguy » Sun May 10, 2009 11:02 pm

Silver,

Does your second son live with you now?
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Postby silvertriumph2 » Sun May 10, 2009 11:34 pm

olywaguy wrote:Silver,

Does your second son live with you now?


Time will tell....

When, out of the blue, he called me last year, he was just passing
through NYC on his way to the Persian Gulf. He is a US Marine and
was being sent there for a tour of duty.

He had been in NYC for a couple of days, just trying to get the nerve
to call me, and he only called me a couple of hours before his train was
to leave for Norfolk to meet his transport. So, we only had about an
hour to meet and for him to tell me the news. We both stumbled over
our words trying to drink it all in, before he had to leave. It was a very
awkward hour for both of us. He had only his mother's words that I was
his father, and he was not certain how I would take it.

I thought he meant that he was dubious about it all, so I offered to take
a DNA test, thinking it might relieve his mind, but he took it the wrong
way and thought I was trying to get out of it....which was not the case
since when I opened the door....what I saw was ME at the same age. I
was delighted, but being nervous I guess it didn't come over that way.

I didn't hear from him for months afterwards, but since then we have
made contact and have stayed in contact by email and letters. But, it
will be at least another year before I will probably see him again. We
have years of catching up to do, and lots of getting to know each other.

I know I like him...and I hope he will like me too. Our relationship is still
a bit stiff and awkward, but getting better with every contact.

He says he wants to make the Marines his career, so who knows if we
will ever live together. Time will tell. He is a young, "gung ho adult" and
I donn't want to smother him.....he is at an age when he has to decide for
himself. Parents have to know when to let go and not to be clutchy,
evn though we would like to hold on to them forever. :cry:
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