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You forgot earthquake.
I was seriously THIS close to putting in earthquake, but I've used that line in about 15 other posts and figured I was about to wear it out. I think I had a similar dream, once, only the resolution to the disagreement did not come through poetry, but through hot oil wrestling. Lytton Strachey officiated and I think Housman was the clear victor after a thorough pinning.
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Would be an excellent sitcom.
Something like King Ralph, only with a slimmer waistline and more frilly damask.
post #32 of 38
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I know someone in your situation, he couldn't come out of the closet and he left indiana for the bay area and worked in a restaurant before getting shafted and is now in chicago, still trying to avoid living near his long time girlfriend...
@ still trying to avoid living near his long time girlfriend.
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hey other than the part about being in the closet, being from indiana, going to the bay area, working in a restaurant, being shafted, moving to chicago and having a long term girlfriend, that totally sounds like me
We're practically the same guy.
post #33 of 38
I've seen an episode of a similar situation on Oprah (Winfrey, a talk show host). He also wanted to have children with his wife and they had been together for a long time. Toward the end he said that it would probably work out best for both of them if they broke up. He had quite long hair and his wife said that when she first saw him, she liked his hair.
post #34 of 38
my non-professional $.02 Human sexuality is much more fluid than many people would like to think. I really don't believe that you are born straight/gay and stay that way for the rest of your life. There are a number of enviromental factors that determine your choices and I firmly believe that people can legitmately go through phases. The problem is that because the gay community suffered for so long, they are very defensive about it, and don't want to admit that it can just be a phase for some people. I was talking with a friend last summer, who had only ever slept with men and he really, really wanted to be with a woman, but he had no idea how. We started talking about why he had only been with men and when he was younger and shy, people labelled him as effeminite so he started down that path and felt like he got stuck with it. I also heard about a straight friend of mine who got drunk and got a blowjob from some dude. he was curious, tried out and it wasn't his thing. It's like chasing amy, if you try to leave your camp, go back and forth, you seem to be not welcome by anyone, but hopefull that will change in the future. To the op: 14 years is a long time, maybe you just want some fresh, wether it's pussy or dick, my honest advice is try hooking with a few dudes, see how it feels and decide if you want to ditch the gf, I know it's an asshole move, but be safe, and that way you won't burn bridges.
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Oh, and yeah, this was pretty much one of the worst places to ask your question. Styleforum is very, how you say, old fashioned, when it comes to this.
I disagree. No question is SF a spiderweb for snark, but the place isn't homophobic. Everyone here is ridiculed equally (Conne notwithstanding).
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my non-professional $.02

Human sexuality is much more fluid than many people would like to think. I really don't believe that you are born straight/gay and stay that way for the rest of your life. There are a number of enviromental factors that determine your choices and I firmly believe that people can legitmately go through phases.

The problem is that because the gay community suffered for so long, they are very defensive about it, and don't want to admit that it can just be a phase for some people.

I was talking with a friend last summer, who had only ever slept with men and he really, really wanted to be with a woman, but he had no idea how. We started talking about why he had only been with men and when he was younger and shy, people labelled him as effeminite so he started down that path and felt like he got stuck with it.

I also heard about a straight friend of mine who got drunk and got a blowjob from some dude. he was curious, tried out and it wasn't his thing.

It's like chasing amy, if you try to leave your camp, go back and forth, you seem to be not welcome by anyone, but hopefull that will change in the future.

To the op: 14 years is a long time, maybe you just want some fresh, wether it's pussy or dick, my honest advice is try hooking with a few dudes, see how it feels and decide if you want to ditch the gf, I know it's an asshole move, but be safe, and that way you won't burn bridges.

http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/sexual-orientation.aspx
It's not just gay rights being butthurt (lol) over persecution, sexuality really is that rigid for true homosexuals or heterosexuals. As I said before, I've dated both men and women, and have pretty much even attraction for both. One cold say that bisexuality is fluid, but really, that's all.

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No, human beings cannot choose to be either gay or straight. For most people, sexual orientation emerges in early adolescence without any prior sexual experience. Although we can choose whether to act on our feelings, psychologists do not consider sexual orientation to be a conscious choice that can be voluntarily changed.
post #37 of 38
OP's font is very ghey!!
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OP's font is very ghey!!

+1, only fegs use serif fonts on the interwebs.
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