Yea, we've had a ton of talk on this, but I want to talk about it more (get over it). So I always thought the labels of straight and gay were specifically made to describe a gender one had a preference for. Obviously people are not 100% one way or the other--that's not the point. Whatever thoughts one had on the opposing gender was not a concern because the main focus was the gender one did prefer. The very point of bisexuality is to describe people who do not strictly HAVE a preference, which is perfectly legitimate. Lately, it seems people are thinking a little different. It appears the philosophy is that straight describes a sense of revulsion for the "same-gender" (on top of a lack of preference for it). I do not understand this line of thinking, for one's thoughts and feelings for one gender are a separate subject from one's thoughts and feelings from the other, are they not? It's why bisexuality is legitimate in the first place, right? Another thread I was following was somewhat on this topic, but in a hostile manner. The reason for the new thread is so that the topic can be continued (or started) as a debate, rather than an argument.