"most people are NOT ugly or fat, you've been listening to the media too much."
I disagree and not because the media says so. I go outside. Most people are ugly and/or fat. ESPECIALLY in the Midwest. Perhaps your definition of ugly and my definition of ugly differs. That`s fine. But don`t define my perception.
Saturday, December 29, 2012 12:10:58 PM
'That`s because being `straight` is normal.`
Well, I think at covers it. I`m convinced. Why didn`t you explain that earlier, it would have saved so much time? Tautology is such a killer.
Extreme body modification choices are not remotely the same as being gay. And you have avoided the point that people are gay even when that is seriously life threatening. And, as far as we know, have been gay in all all cultures and epochs.
Saturday, December 29, 2012 11:34:13 AM
CJ, this link might help you understand. I scored a 1.57 which is between strictly heterosexual and strictly bisexual. Or as the test puts it: Between "predominantly heterosexual, incidentally homosexual" and "predominantly heterosexual, but more than incidentally homosexual"
Saturday, December 29, 2012 11:11:48 AM
CJ, no, that does not make me "bi". You're trying to label me as something based on your preconceived notions of sexuality without realizing that sexuality is indeed a sliding scale. If I think lesbian sex is gross and can count on one hand the number of girls I`ve found appealing enough to want to *date* them, then I`m not "bi" which implies I find a great deal of girls attractive and I want to be with them, which isn`t true. Being 99% straight and 1% gay doesn`t make someone bi. It just shows that sexuality isn`t clearly defined and we can`t control who we`re attracted to, and just from time to time it may end up being someone with characteristics we don`t normally find attractive.