is being a bisexual better that being straight?
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Sun Nov 08, 2009 1:02 pm
for me i think it is very confusing coz sometimes i think its better coz you have the chance to love both man and woman but sometimes i think its not good coz there are times that you will be attracted to a straight same sex of you..you will just get hurt coz she will never love you back unless he/she become bi too...im a bi by the way
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Sun Nov 08, 2009 1:18 pm
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Sun Nov 08, 2009 2:50 pm
Well, if your looking for someone to spend your life with then it shouldn't matter which sex they are. If they are willing to be that person who will be faithful to you and only you then thats the point. You expect the same in a husband/wife marriage which means both genders are capable of such a relationship.

Now if your just looking for someone to date then I guess confusion can happen if they arent ready to move to the next step in a relationship, but that happens even with just a man/woman dating game.

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Sun Nov 08, 2009 3:25 pm
well in my country bi and gays wedding is not allowed and its very immoral here
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Sun Nov 08, 2009 3:47 pm
I understand, thats slowly changing here. Only a few states alow it if I recall, though this doesnt stop gays for being gay because you are who you are and like who you like. I think the confusion then come down to, do you want to be with the person because you want to or because it makes it easier for you with the community.

It can be hard when you are gay in a society that doesnt care for it, but when you are bi you find yourself falling into their situation and yet have the opportunity to escape it. So then the confusion comes more from whether you are willing to be with that someone because you love them or go with the other because its easier and you kinda love them.

But this is just based on whether you find that person and its a woman. If you find that you care more for a man then you dont have to worry, but this is were you confusion plays in. Its not that your bi its that your society frowns on the gay side of you.

I don't know if any of that helped or not. I think I just repeated myself more then anything. lol

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Thu Nov 12, 2009 10:03 am
xD it help a little
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Wed Dec 02, 2009 7:20 pm
move to Canada we accept everyone lol
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Wed Dec 02, 2009 7:34 pm
I think being open to the possibility of finding someone you will really care about even if its from another gender is important.

How ever people are always looking for better things and may lose out from that. Fishing from a big lake you may not find anything. That kind of thing.

So to me its better to go with your stronger instinct of attraction. You have a better focus.

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Thu Dec 03, 2009 9:22 pm
Personally speaking, I prefer being straight. Although I do not mind gays and I do have a lot of gay friends, being hit on by them kind of makes me uncomfortable so I let them know not to hit on me before we become good friends.

Strategically speaking, it can be hard to find a good mate nowadays so being bi would mean you have a lot more options and thus may have a slightly easier time.

Specifically focusing on gays and lesbians, I think it's a good/bad thing. On one hand if that's what makes them happy that's great, especially if they don't plan on producing babies, but strategically speaking having their own children isn't exactly on the table. Instead they would have to adopt or find somebody to carry the baby of one of them.

In the end I think it depends on the individual, what he or she feels most comfortable with and what he/she prefers the most.
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Sun Dec 27, 2009 2:00 am
I don't see a difference. Straight, gay, lesbian, or bi, there is always a chance you'll like someone who isn't interested in your gender.
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Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:06 am
Disregarding all the people who think of this as a huge and important issue, the kind of people who will lecture you for ten minutes on why being PANsexual is teh **** or why love is just an empty hollow lie, I think it's a strange question you ask.

Is it better? No. There's nothing called "better" in the world of who you're attracted to. If it works for you, good. If not... reevaluate yourself. You can't -change- your sexual orientation, but you can figure out why you're unhappy. Personally I am a male bisexual, but that has no impact on my life; I'm in a steady relationship and I'm happy. Is it better than being straight or gay? I guess it gives me more options when browsing for internet porn. Razz Seriously, though, it's a nonsense question. You probably have some issues with yourself, and try to "decide" whether to be straight, gay or bi is aiming for the wrong rooster.
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Fri Feb 12, 2010 6:22 pm
You make it sound like its a choice. Like "Oh, I think being bi is better so that's what I'll do." Its not a decision, its the way your born. You don't just choose to be attracted to a gender that you don't really find attractive.
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Sat Feb 13, 2010 11:21 am
as Uber there mentioned, there ARE other options.
Personally, I'm pansexual. I didn't hear the word and up and decide "Oh heyy I think I'll be that"
But at the same time, I don't believe 100% that orientation is dictated before you're born; There are plenty of studies of identical twins that show one being straight, and one being gay, even though they had the same upbringing, same friends, same lifestyle.
I think it's partially dictated when you're born in that you're given a map of how you COULD be in your life, and it's the choices you make and what crossroads you take mentally that decide ultimately what X you're going to end up at on your map.

I'm pansexual because that's that makes me feel happy. I know I can be attracted to women, and I know I can be attracted to men. I know that I don't care so much what gender someone is, I just want to know that I would do anything for that person, and they reciprocate those sentiments.

Just do some research in depth, and decide what you are comfortable with calling yourself; Forget what Society tells you that you "Should" be, and think about what you yourself "Could" be.

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Mon Feb 15, 2010 11:00 am
No, being bisexual is not better than being straight. Being straight is not better than being bisexual...or gay.

It all depends on the person. Don't worry about what is better...just be who you are.
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Mon Feb 15, 2010 2:59 pm
No,neither one is better. Best thing is to be happy with who you are. Only then will you be able to attract the right mate, regardless of gender and orientation.
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