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Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by D_Petherick_Poundlouder, Jun 19, 2010.
How secure are you with your sexuality?
100% certain that I am a raging homosexual
Extremely, and in lusting for your cock.
Not very. Kinda goes against all the other posts haha
Sorry about the rage part. I hope you feel better. 25 years ago or so I was a practicing homosexual, but then I did it right and didn't have to practice anymore, it became pure performance.
Honesty is a very attractive quality.
The answer which came into my head was 'quite'. I scrolled down, and there it was, next post.
Thank you. I appreciate the comment. I suppose I am just conflicted but then again I know I'm not alone in that respect.
i'm perfectly secure in my fluid, violent, ever changing sexuality.
No, you are not alone. When I first signed on here my %'s were 50/50 due mostly to my history. It was not until I hit myself in the head and accepted what I knew, deep within my soul that I wanted, even needed, that I fully accepted myself and began seeking friendships with men that I ordinarily would not have, men that I would have considered "stereotypical" back when I was 50/50. As a result, I find that I can even get along better with women now as well. I am actually learning to love myself and others more openly.
I am secure in my definitions but not in my expressions.
I can relate to that.
I am completely secure and comfortable with my sexuality and how it's manipulated my life for better and worse.
All I want is to find me a man to get with
I had experimented in the past. More of a fence straddler at the time. I was made fun of over it - sometimes ostracized, but *I* know what I like and want. Does that make it count? But at least I found that I could just not come to terms within a long term homosexual relationship. The sizzle and burn died after a number of years and I just moved along - women almost always about the only thing that will get my attention.
For a while pondered on the possibility of being latent bi-sexual but that did not pan out well either. Guys bring a lot of "guy problems" and neuroses with them that I can honestly say have largely turned me off. That is not to say women do not have issues - but there just seems to be something "easier" about addressing them and just simply getting along with one another. *shrug*