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posted October 4th, 2015, 2:01 am


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October 11th, 2014, 3:38 am

GreenKrog

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Maybe there is such thing as pure straight and pure gay. I have my doubts, personally. I'm pretty sure that if anyone finds the person they like, it won't matter what gender/sex that person is. They just have to admit it to themselves.

So are Annie and Bree together now? Is that a thing? Can it be a thing? Bree is clearly fine with Zora being a lesbian, so I doubt there is any homophobia involved. What about Annie though? She was with Sophie, but were either of them truly into it in that way? Or was it an experiment? Experiment was the wrong word. Hopefully you know what I mean.

Either way... AWWWWW!!!

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October 4th, 2015, 4:18 am

Jax Rhapsody (Guest)

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...eeerrrrrrr......

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October 4th, 2015, 8:32 am

Siva (Guest)

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I wanted very much to be bi when I was younger. Took me 4 girlfriends to admit to myself that while I could go through the motions, I am only really attracted to men. Am I 'pure' straight? I don't know. I just know that it was very hard for me to admit that's not a thing I can control about myself.

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October 4th, 2015, 4:00 pm

Yan Mouson

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I tend to agree with your assertion that sexual orientation should not be such a big deal in a relationship that should be primarily about how well you get along with the other person. In all fairness to the vast majority of the population's views on that subject, though, being asexual may cloud our judgement.

It's easy for me to say that who I'm attracted to has no impact on who I can fall in love with, given that I don't particularly desire sex with anyone, even if I was in a relationship with them. For the more sex-enthusiastic segment of the population though, it's kind of a bigger deal.

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