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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-01 15:33:53


At 3/1/10 07:45 AM, JohnnyWang wrote: Anyway, I don't know, it could be a phase, but it could also be geniune attraction. My personal suggestion? Look at some gay porn. Your reaction should be a good indicator.

Though, the surefire method is to date a guy.

Even if it is just a phase, I wouldn't say that that fact would really matter. Personally, I think it's about who you're attracted in the moment, and not who you will be in the future. If you're straight ten years from now, then that's not really pertinent to your life now. At least, it isn't in my mind.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-01 19:14:30


At 3/1/10 07:45 AM, JohnnyWang wrote: Look at some gay porn. Your reaction should be a good indicator.

I wasn't turned on by gay porn.

Does that mean I still like boys?

yes.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-01 22:20:45


I'm only slightly attracted to women, but I'm even attracted to men. Am I bisexual?

Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-01 22:24:09


At 3/1/10 10:20 PM, Salnax wrote: I'm only slightly attracted to women, but I'm even attracted to men. Am I bisexual?

I meant to say "even less attracted"

Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-02 03:29:13


At 3/1/10 10:20 PM, Salnax wrote: I'm only slightly attracted to women, but I'm even attracted to men. Am I bisexual?

Yes, with a degree with asexuality.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-02 06:28:13


At 3/2/10 03:29 AM, Lost-Chances wrote:
At 3/1/10 10:20 PM, Salnax wrote: I'm only slightly attracted to women, but I'm even attracted to men. Am I bisexual?
Yes, with a degree with asexuality.

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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-03 08:25:16


Hey everyone,
It's been awhile since I have been on. I hope everyone is doing well. I was wondering while reading about telling someone what their sexuality is based on who they find attractive. There is a lot of "I am a boy and I find other boys attractive, am I gay?" or "I am a boy that finds other boys attractive and sometimes girls, am I gay or bi?" I don't think anyone can really answer those kind of questions for people. I think it takes some serious self reflection to find one's sexuality. I know I am gay but sometimes I find women physically attractive. That doesn't mean I am bisexual. As quickly as I find them attractive I lose that feeling. Even with all the different labels there are; gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, transvestite, so on and so forth I don't everyone has to fall into one of those. I know a very very heterosexual friend that finds one particular "gay" activity arousing...I don't think that makes him bisexual.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-03 09:56:37


At 3/3/10 08:25 AM, STJ9medic9 wrote: Hey everyone,

Same problem as the psychiatric field. Everyone feels different and there's a lot of variation. Best you can do is deal with a general label.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-03 14:15:23


At 3/3/10 08:25 AM, STJ9medic9 wrote: Even with all the different labels there are; gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, transvestite, so on and so forth I don't everyone has to fall into one of those.

That's why I like the term 'queer.' It gets the message across that you have, in some way, an alternative sexuality, but it doesn't force you to define it as concretely as saying "I'm bi," "I'm gay," etc (not that those terms are any less legitimate if you identify as such).


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-03 18:26:09


At 3/3/10 02:15 PM, InsertFunnyUserName wrote:
That's why I like the term 'queer.' It gets the message across that you have, in some way, an alternative sexuality, but it doesn't force you to define it as concretely as saying "I'm bi," "I'm gay," etc (not that those terms are any less legitimate if you identify as such).

Queer seems offensive to me, I prefer homosexual as a general term.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-03 19:33:47


At 3/3/10 06:26 PM, camobch0 wrote: Queer seems offensive to me, I prefer homosexual as a general term.

It's only offensive if it's used as such. Referring to yourself as homosexual means that, in the eyes of other people, you're saying you're exclusively attracted to your own sex, so it only works for a select group. For other people who fall under the LGBTQ umbrella, it doesn't fit their identity.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-04 03:14:11


At 3/3/10 06:26 PM, camobch0 wrote: Queer seems offensive to me, I prefer homosexual as a general term.

Doesn't mean the term can't be re-appropriated. Also, since there already is a academic field called "Queer Studies"...

Yeah, I identify as queer too.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-04 23:12:50


I think that "queer" defines all of us, because "queer" people are the only people that recognize that sexuality is a very, very complicated thing, even basic homosexuality is. Or maybe it's just weird and complicated because society makes it that way.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-05 07:45:37


Can i join? Im bi :)

Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-05 07:50:39


At 3/5/10 07:45 AM, Sheer wrote: Can i join? Im bi :)

More the merrier.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-05 07:51:52


At 3/5/10 07:50 AM, Lost-Chances wrote:
At 3/5/10 07:45 AM, Sheer wrote: Can i join? Im bi :)
More the merrier.

Awesome. Thanks :)

Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-05 21:00:24


im bi...and scared about it.... im more gay than bi...

i feel so horriable about it... sometimes i just look down huge heights and wana jump....
(not like id do it)

but im so scared what people would think.... and.... i like this guy.. and he's straight... and its just horriable.....sometimes i think..."wow, not even the one person with the most powerfull heart loves me"(god) and.... i cant stop thinking about it..... i hate this.. i wish i wasnt bi.. or gay.... i wish i was normal..... and i ddnt have 2 wrry about people laughing at me... or something worse.....
i hate myself....

and i cant get the constant thought of...
what would happen if there were a gay holocaust .... one where gays were the main target....
and the whoooleee! WORLD WOULD BE AGAINST ME.... i hate this.... i wish i could love girls

=(

how do you guys stay so positive ={ i wish i could

Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-05 21:26:46


At 3/5/10 07:50 PM, Sensationalism wrote: Sooo like QFT or QFGJ or something like that.

Wait what's that mean?


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-06 01:38:08


At 3/5/10 09:00 PM, dontknowme123 wrote: how do you guys stay so positive ={ i wish i could

An accepting enviroment, and abbandoning beliefs that feed self-hate helped me.

Now, how old are you? If you're really young, chances are things will become better once you grow up. We live in a more openn world than in the past; even 10 years ago and 20 years ago you an see a radical differences to today.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-06 04:22:34


At 3/5/10 09:00 PM, dontknowme123 wrote: how do you guys stay so positive ={ i wish i could

I'm not. I'm one of the most negative people here.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-07 07:46:50


At 3/5/10 09:00 PM, dontknowme123 wrote: how do you guys stay so positive ={ i wish i could

I think of all the people who didn't give a shit about what other people thought of them and then modeled myself on that...

Who do you all have as "role models"? It sounds stupid but I have an unhealthy obsession with Oscar Wilde... (he was NOT a pedo just a dirty old man and if he was straight people would agree, Lord Alfred Douglas on the other hand..)


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-07 08:30:33


At 3/7/10 07:46 AM, PaNicATtaCk64 wrote: Who do you all have as "role models"? It sounds stupid but I have an unhealthy obsession with Oscar Wilde... (he was NOT a pedo just a dirty old man and if he was straight people would agree, Lord Alfred Douglas on the other hand..)

I haven't got a single one. I just do stuff that I view as "right".


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-07 14:03:20


At 3/6/10 01:38 AM, JohnnyWang wrote:
Now, how old are you? If you're really young, chances are things will become better once you grow up. We live in a more openn world than in the past; even 10 years ago and 20 years ago you an see a radical differences to today.

this man speaks the truth. you are a human, and you are equal. never think anything less of yourself.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-07 16:43:09


Role models... I don't know, Stephen Fry? I also watched Six Feet Under when I was a teen, and David Fisher and Keith were one of the first gay characters I'd seen on TV.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-09 10:41:00


One of my biggest role models is my father...cheesy, I know. My father is not that accepting of my sexuality but our whole family has never really liked my father, yet despite that he always did his own thing and said the people that want his company will accept him. I follow that creed. The people that want me around will accept me. My father hates the fact that I'm gay but he swallows his dislike just enough to make me feel comfortable with my boyfriend while visiting.
As for whoever said "your sexuality is only one facet of your life" I have been preaching that gospel since I came out. I told all my friends I was the same person before now you just know you I sleep with. I am much more of a person than just who I sleep with.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-09 20:07:32


Did you guys hear what happened to Roy Ashburn? Homophobic senator who came out yesterday. I always knew the homophobes were gay...


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-09 22:08:18


At 3/9/10 08:07 PM, hhcash wrote: Did you guys hear what happened to Roy Ashburn? Homophobic senator who came out yesterday. I always knew the homophobes were gay...

Links?


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-09 23:57:12


I don't mean to sound like a bitch here, but I've never understood how people could seriously have role models.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-10 00:02:07


At 3/9/10 10:08 PM, Lost-Chances wrote:
At 3/9/10 08:07 PM, hhcash wrote: Did you guys hear what happened to Roy Ashburn? Homophobic senator who came out yesterday. I always knew the homophobes were gay...
Links?

March 4
March 8

Enjoy being soaked in society's swarm of hypocrisy.


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Response to Newgrounds Gay/bisexual Users Club 2010-03-12 10:40:37


A lesbian managed to get a prom cancelled, by asking if she can take a girlfriend along and wear a tuxedo.

I think, generally, this brings out more of an issue besides the stupid homophobic crap. I think it also brings out how fucking stupid gender differences are. However, it also brings across something interesting I've noticed.

I'm not sure if it's relevant to this club or if others believe similar things, but I'm a firm believer of gender neutralisation. I believe that, socially, we're shifting towards gender neutralisation where codes of practice based on our sex will cease to exist over time. Sure, this girl is wanting to wear a tuxedo instead of a dress, but I can honestly see this shit happening more and more. The girls may not be lesbians, they may be bisexual or straight as nails, but they may want to do it. Originally, I thought we were heading to a centre point, but no.

It seems to me that in terms of neutrality, we're heading towards a point that is more in the favour of masculinity. Which, personally, is interesting. Sure, men are getting a little more feminine. There's guys who want to wear make-up, wear skirts (besides Scottish people) and have longer hair, but it seems within about two or three generations, women will essentially be acting like a somewhat feminine guy. They'll have shortish hair, prefer boxers over thongs/pants and wear less make-up. Sure, there will be still size difference in terms of shirts and trousers to accommodate different bodies (generally, larger chest for women for breasts and a lower "split" for men for penises), but in terms of style, there will be little to no difference.

Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Well, it's hard to judge. It depends how society will take it. They may take it with a sword and want to encourage the gender division which will lead to further gender injustice. On the other hand, they may take it with open arms and we'll become more equal. They will likely bring their own problems and their own benefits, but I much prefer the later for pretty obvious reasons. I believe strongly in equality no matter what.

Personally, I'll have to hand it to the feminists for once in a blue moon for why the lack of a middle point between genders and the preference towards masculinity. We do live in a somewhat patriarchal society, no matter how you boil it. If you look beyond the government and you look at society in general, we do somewhat live in a patriarchal society. Sure, there are matriarchal areas like laws and how men typically have to provide and gain the satisfaction of the woman, in terms of "what says, goes", patriarchy goes all the way. Men were seen as cool when they smoke before women were for example.

It goes on really, but with that recent example, it made me realise that while we are heading to a gender neutralisation, it's in favour of, what we now consider, masculinity instead of a centre point.


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