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Bunny12
Posted: Sunday, February 10, 2013 5:39:50 PM

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Being bi sexual I do have my lesbian days where I just want my girl friend because she's kind and considerate and men are selfish pigs! Now I don't feel that way all the time. I for the most part love all types of men but there are those days when you just want to kick them all in the ass! lol

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AnnieLuvsToFu
Posted: Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:15:44 PM

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I am a happily married woman who is also bisexual, I love men and also love women too. For me I love the soft feel and tender touches from my girlfriends and also the wonderful fucking I have with my male friends too. One of the guys I work with is a gay man and he is probably the sweetest and most considerate man I have ever known but he has zero interest in women even though I have tried, hehe. So I am sure DNA has a big influence as well.
chileanbean
Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 5:56:51 PM

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For me it's my adoration of the female form. Women have this energy that is so intoxicating, that i can't resist, it's an attraction i find to be inexplicable.
Some people may look at a lesbian's history and draw the conclusion their preference is as such because of a negative experience with a man, but in my case i can't attest to that. I also doubt that it's a repulsion of masculinity. There is such thing as masculine women and feminine males, although i generally appreciate a woman that is feminine. I'm a sucker for a girl in a dress/skirt with high heels :D
I do want to emphasize that i'm not repulsed by a masculine form but just that i've never found it appealing. Interesting question!!!
elitfromnorth
Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 6:38:30 PM

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One thing that researchers found out about homosexuality is that the more older brothers a boy has, the more likely he is to become gay. That it's in their nature can't be denied, but it also shows that enviroment and how you grow up will also play a big part of how you turn out, even in your sexual preference. Maybe there's a "gay gene" or a gene that decides what gender you feel an attraction to, and that in some cases this gene tilts to guys, sometimes to girls and sometimes to both. Considering the massive amount of data that is found in our DNA it wouldn't be considered likely.

And being gay is quite natural. Humans are the species on Earth that has the least amount of gay in it(it's 2:30 AM, be nice to my choice of language). Even saw on discovery channel a species of lizards that had no males. The females "mated" like they would if there was a male, but that was just to stimulate the female to fertilize her own eggs. Add to the fact that the male chromosone is much smaller than it was 10 000 years ago then we'll be looking at a single gender species in the future if it keeps going in this direction. Although how women will cope when they can't blame us men for anything anymore is a different matter binky

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Letoria
Posted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 1:41:25 AM

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In my case, I have never felt a sexual attraction to a man, period. Why? Because of the way I plopped into this world when my Mom pushed me out. I grew up in a time and placed where girls who "didn't look gay" where not allowed by their social pack to admit such a profound difference from the norm. Thus I buried my terrifying feelings, did what was expected of me, got married, had a child, and lived in emotional anguish. When I had enough inner torment, when the wail of the Banshee grew as close as the next room, I stopped the game and did what had to be done. I remain quite friendly with my ex-husband, I adore my adult son, and I can't see any good coming from hating half the human race because of his gender. I am because I am.

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sweetmalinda
Posted: Thursday, October 17, 2013 4:19:39 PM

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Letoria wrote:
In my case, I have never felt a sexual attraction to a man, period. Why? Because of the way I plopped into this world when my Mom pushed me out. I grew up in a time and placed where girls who "didn't look gay" where not allowed by their social pack to admit such a profound difference from the norm. Thus I buried my terrifying feelings, did what was expected of me, got married, had a child, and lived in emotional anguish. When I had enough inner torment, when the wail of the Banshee grew as close as the next room, I stopped the game and did what had to be done. I remain quite friendly with my ex-husband, I adore my adult son, and I can't see any good coming from hating half the human race because of his gender. I am because I am.



Wow i love it! You stand up proudly and claim yourself. No excuses, no apologies. The voice of reason in a world of sophistry.
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Posted: Friday, October 18, 2013 8:56:41 PM

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I am bi. I love the softness of women, the taste and the ladies and the intimacy. I love the female body. It is a beautiful thing.
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