>>9450218 Depends. It's one of the few situations where it's harder if you're a guy than a girl. If you're a woman, people might slut shame you. If you're a guy, people might beat the shit out of you or threaten you. Then they'll slut shame you. And a huge portion of your male friends will find out your bi and will keep their distance from you because they think you want to fuck everything that moves. Making you a social outcast. Which is effay.
>>9450324 >girl well then hopefully it's easier. but i don't think it's anything you need to advertise. just like what you like? ya know what I mean?
sometimes people think bi girls are just really promiscuous so guys might be reluctant to seriously date them. do you have a problem with monogamy? to be honest most of the "bi" girls I know seem to form relationships with other women for whatever reason
I don't know if this is the place to ask. But fuck, am I bisexual? I really really don't want to be bisexual, I fucking hate the idea of anal or oral sex, and the idea of touching a man. But I get very very horny upon the idea of the male body, just as much as the girls body. I'm very effeminate, a grew with 4 very effay sisters, and fucking faggots always ask for my number, or approach to me like dogs.
>>9450411 you forgot to mention those friends who'll try to fuck with you but keep it a secret, or see how far can they get into it before chickening out and pretending they never did shit. Or those friends who'll casually say "my brother's there but he can't hang with us".
>>9450537 Ha, I know exactly what you're talking about. You start to learn how to deal with those kinds of people as you get older. If you act like you're a busy person, people don't beat around the bush. I have a constant "don't waste my fucking time" attitude about me. If someone plays games, I just stare them down until they cut their shit out or I leave.
>>9450857 Yes to all of this. One time when I thought I was hitting it off with this one girl, we constantly talked about intimate sexual experiences. Started hanging out, cuddling, watching movies. I figured out pretty quickly that she wasn't interested and she only confided in me because she saw me as the "gay friend". Told me that she thought I was attractive until she found out I've slept with a few guys. I haven't brought up my true sexuality to any woman since. It's a lot easier that way.
>>9451089 You ever hear of someone finding out about another person's sexuality, and they say something to the effect of "You're gay? Wow, you don't seem like it." The reason they say that is because that person assumes all gay men are effeminate. The only time they've seen a gay man is on tv where they're portrayed as such. Now take into account that most people just lump bi men into that gay category. A lot of women want a hyper masculine man. Saying that you're bi seems to negate any masculinity that you may convey, and all they think of is the effeminate gay man on tv. Not all women think like this, but I'd say at least 50% of them do. The other half seem to be turned on by it if I'm being quite honest.
>>9451492 >Being queer is breaking out of the heteronormative society, which is everything but "normal" its literally only about liking the same gender, if you believe being gay is not a choice then its stupid to think its anything but luck your gay. Your not breaking out of a society, you just happened to be gay.
Also nobody gives a shit what you are, being bi stopped becoming a statement since the 80's and now every company including Oreos defends gays. They're is nothing punk rock about sexuality anymore and "the heteronormative society" will always exist as the majority of society is hetro.
>>9451516 Of course I don't believe being gay is a choice. And yes, you are. Gay and trans people most of the time have to come out*. There's a reason for that. It shouldn't be that way at all.
And people still get a lot of shit for being queer and trans today. In most countries, you can't even marry or adopt children. And in some you can get death sentence. And let's not forget about all the homophobic pricks in our daily lives. Society still has a long way to go before they get to equality in lgbtq.
>>9451576 People don't get shit for being queer and trans. People get shit for being overly open about their sexuality. And this is not just for the lgbtqa. It's the exact same for us Heterosexuals. If we are always talking about who we nailed last night, people get annoyed and tell us to shut up.
>In most countries, you can't even marry or adopt children. You say that as if it's some kind of right? As if every human deserves to have a child assigned to them.
>And in some you can get death sentence Okay, we'll just bring Djibouti into this, because it's totally relevant in our conversation of lgbtqa treatment in our first world societies.
>And let's not forget about all the homophobic pricks in our daily lives There are pricks, about every detail, in everyone's life. Please suck it up. It's painful seeing how emotionally soft you sjws are.
>>9451600 >>9451516 >People don't get shit for being queer and trans. >People get shit for being overly open about their sexuality. And this is not just for the lgbtqa.
Actually, they do. You obviously don't know what you're talking about. Very few lgbtq flaunt their sexuality in the first place, that has nothing to do with it.
Legend of Korra is a great example, one of the best animated american tv-series for kids today which has a gay protagonist/gay couple. It was very subtle, but Nickleodeon pulled the show and put it online instead.
>And let's not forget about all the homophobic pricks in our daily lives >There are pricks, about every detail, in everyone's life. Please suck it up. It's painful seeing how emotionally soft you sjws are.
>>9451576 >Gay and trans people most of the time have to come out*. There's a reason for that. It shouldn't be that way at all. I think the need to come out springs from the fact its abnormal. a small percentage of people are gay, most people are straight. People generalise all the time to make they're lives simpler, they generalise about most people one generalisation is "most people are hetero" and "most people associate themselves with they're gender they were born with". Its nothing personal its just being a natural minority.
>people still get a lot of shit for being queer and trans today Homophobia is illegal in workplaces, gay marriage is soaring and homophobic remarks are made by dickheads you can never get rid of. the mandatory jerks life has. trans acceptance is behind compared to gay acceptance but is still well accepted today. Especially among the youth (25 and younger) who are all quite understanding.
>Actually, they do. You obviously don't know what you're talking about. your ad hominem assumes I'm not gay but I am, and I make these statements from my experience. I have a good insight to the trans world and its not as nice, mainly among they're families but among friends and strangers it doesn't seem to be a huge burden. I dont think we get given enough shit to be worth complaining about
>Nickleodeon pulled the show and put it online instead. not evidence, purely coincidental.
>>9451646 yeah they lose the idea that your devil pretty quickly if your nice and charming
>>9451798 People come out because everyone assumes you're heterosexual if you don't. Which is narrow way of thinking. I didn't want to come out, but I had to.
I know a lot about trans rights too, and it's so far behind - but it's getting better. Gay rights and trans rights are of course getting better. No denying there's no transphobia/homophobia in this world though, every gay kid I know have gotten shit for being gay. Trans people have the highest suicidal rate of all, and gay people have a lot higher suicidal rate than heterosexuals. There's a reason for it.
>not evidence, purely coincidental. Google it if you want, or watch the show. I'm not gonna bother trying to argue against you. It's quite obvious.
The world is designed for heterosexuals, and growing up as gay in a heteronormative world is a lot different than if you were heterosexual. I don't get how you can't see that especially since you're supposedly gay. If you don't have the same perception I wanna know what kind of utopic country/society you grew up in.
>I dont think we get given enough shit to be worth complaining about It's not about about being given the most shit. Same with women's rights. It's about inequality, and equality being the ideal situation.
>>9451646 I don't get a lot of shit for being gay personally, but a lot of people do. It's mostly online - or if you're out with drunk people. But it's the stares and the occasional comments if I walk hand in hand with my girlfriend I experience the most. People are more vocal about homosexuals online when they can be anonymous, obviously. I live in a very introverted country though, I think I'd probably have it worse in a more extroverted country, or if I lived in a smaller city.
>>9451798 Homophobia is not even illegal in most of the united states, let alone most of the countries that this website has posters from. What kind of retard are you? It must be pretty advanced retardation since you don't know that people are still disgusted by gayfags even in the young group, gay marriage has minority support in the West, and that your experience as a gay dude in whatever flaming homo city you're fortunate enough to be in can be extended to even other gay men in the same fucking town, let alone in the same region, the same country, or anyone else under the LGBT umbrella. Basically, you are one stupid nigger.
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