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200 comments · save · last comment by Selina M. 12 days ago

Gianna Dee

Gianna D.

NEW YORK,
United States

43 posts

Hey so what's your orientation?

I'm a PROUD LESBIAN <3

almost 7 years ago

#151
Pariss Couture

Pariss C.

United States

33 posts

' straight, but I would likee to try a girl (:

0 · November 18, 2011

#152
Ashley Nicole

Ashley Nicole

NEW JERSEY,
United States

39 posts

straight, but if given the opportunity id probably f mila kunis....i mean who wouldnt? lol. oh yea and when im drunk, i seem to just wanna kiss anything with a mouth.... >.< haha

0 · November 18, 2011

#153
Becky Bedbug

Becky B.

2005,
United Kingdom

1079 posts

The best definition I've ever come up with is heteroromantic homosexual. Which sounds really pretentious so I usually just say bisexual.

Basically, I'm primarily sexually attracted to women but I'm generally only romantically interested in men. It's pretty frustrating.

0 · November 18, 2011

#154
Madeline Camille Agustin

Madeline Camille A.

MANILA,
Philippines

77 posts

BIFEMALE!!!! But I'm trying so hard to be straight1 but hey, I really love Girls too!

0 · November 19, 2011

#155
GXT .inc

GXT ..

COLOMBO,
Sri Lanka

40 posts

there's a label for virtually EVERYTHING under the sun nowadays
when it comes to a human being's sexuality, anything's possible. there's no reason to label yourself as any one thing & walk through life with one hand tied behind your back.


where i come from, a lot of people assume it's a choice & sometimes a mental illness. it's really ignorant of them & i hate it. we were all born this way so with respect to my orientation, ill just say i am HUMAN. haha :) just my opinion.

0 · November 19, 2011

#157
Euridiki Damoulianou

Euridiki D.

ATHENS,
Greece

159 posts

straight ...but if i was gay i would not hide it....i do not know what happens in the other countries but in Greece most people tell lies about their sexual orientation. therefore , many gay men get married with a woman only to be socially accepted ..and guess what ? they end up really unhappy ..you must be proud of your sexual orientation and do not feel ashamed of your feelings ...the bad thing for me is the hypocricy and the biases...be open..be real...be honest and you are the best ..gay ..bi , asexual , straight (we) are all humans and we deserve respect and love :)

0 · November 19, 2011

#158
Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth J.

PA,
United States

5 posts

Straighttt, but i support the gayss :)

0 · November 20, 2011

#159
Elise :]

Elise :.

SYDNEY,
Australia

929 posts

I'm a lesbian. I came out when I was 13, and have been lucky to experience very little animosity as I live in Australia's biggest city, which has zillions of gay people and is comparatively very tolerant and awesome )

0 · November 21, 2011

#160
Katie Logan

Katie L.

THE OCEAN STATE,
United States

1 posts

trangender. (am i the only one here?) transbian. maybe a little bi but prefer girls and transgirls

0 · November 24, 2011

#161
Louise Herron

Louise H.

NEWCASTLE-LONDON,
United Kingdom

285 posts

Bisexual leaning more towards lesbian.

The person im currently dating is transgender (lives as a man, but was a woman)
I still prefer girls (Although im the most unlikely looking lesbian ever)

0 · July 1, 2012

#162
Felicity JC.

Felicity J.

A PLACE WITH SIGNIFICANTLY LESS SUNSHINE THAN THE REGIONAL AVERAGE.,
United Kingdom

68 posts

i like people.

0 · July 1, 2012

#163
Wahyu Kristianto

Wahyu K.

SPACE,
Indonesia

32 posts

I'm gay :)

Everybody's journey is individual. If you fall in love with a boy, you fall in love with a boy. The fact that many Americans consider it a disease says more about them than it does about homosexuality.
What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart? oh no! it's curved like a road through mountains.
We are not the first but I am sure we will not be the last. After us will come many other countries, driven, ladies and gentleman, by two unstopable forces: freedom and equality. thanks :)

0 · July 1, 2012

#165
Charles R.

Charles R.

OTTAWA,
Canada

19 posts

Im gay But I'm fine with datin women just not anything past like kissing.

0 · July 4, 2012

#167
Patrick Oliveira

Patrick O.

BRAZIL,
Brazil

38 posts

Bisexual :)

0 · April 20, 2013

#168
Megan O'Kane

Megan O.

BELFAST,
United Kingdom

26 posts

I'm a lesbian =)

0 · April 21, 2013

#169
Vairo Velasco

Vairo V.

MANILA, PHILIPPINES,
Philippines

14 posts

@Wahyu K.

CAN I HEAR A HALLELUJAH!

0 · May 10, 2013

#170
Mpumelelo Nhlapo

Mpumelelo N.

BRAKPAN, GAUTENG,
South Africa

99 posts

I just like people...why discriminate ;)

0 · May 11, 2013

#172
Erika R.

Erika R.

MANILA,
Philippines

94 posts

Straight but not narrow! (But I'd be lying if I said there wasn't at least one moment I wished I was a homosexual male)

0 · May 16, 2013

#173
Peter D.

Peter D.

VENUS,
Philippines

282 posts

Gay. and Proud

I guess I consider myself lucky since my family and a bunch of my friends accepts me for who I am with the exception of occasional insults from close-minded people. It just feels awesome being who you are, and I dont care that they would say that "Im looking for my identity" I like guys so GET OVER IT.

0 · May 20, 2013

#174
Miss Bi.

Miss B.

MAPUTO,
Mozambique

106 posts

Pretty much straight.

0 · May 30, 2013

#175
Nicole V

Nicole V.

EL PASO,
United States

9 posts

i don't even know lol. but i'm in love with my boyfriend and that's the only important thing to me!

0 · May 31, 2013

#176
Philippa M.

Philippa M.

United Kingdom

76 posts

Straight.

0 · September 17, 2013

#177
Sarah S.

Sarah S.

LOS ANGELES, CA,
United States

82 posts

Straight

0 · September 18, 2013

#178
Yolei Yang

Yolei Y.

AUSTIN,
United States

30 posts

Straight

0 · September 21, 2013

#179
Yasmine Williams

Yasmine W.

KANSAS CITY, MO,
United States

35 posts

Straight

0 · September 23, 2013

#183
☽Emī Silberīn Mānelieht☾

☽Emī S.

THE MIDDLE AGES, FRANKFURT/ NY/ CA,
Germany

578 posts

Straight, married, mother. :P

0 · November 29, 2013

#184
Hannah Roach

Hannah R.

BRIGHTON,
United Kingdom

338 posts

bisexual but only just realsied. i like everyone its a crime

0 · December 17, 2013

#185
Caroline Carnivorous

Caroline C.

BERGEN,
Norway

84 posts

I don't really know, hahah. Anything could go!
I've mostly been with men though.

0 · December 19, 2013

#186
Becca Idk

Becca I.

SEATTLE,
United States

11 posts

I don't fall in love with a gender/an idea that society gives people of what's rigth and what's not. I fall in love with personalities. Nomatter if the person has a penis or not... :)

0 · December 22, 2013

#187
Mary -

Mary -.

SWEDEN,
Sweden

128 posts

asexual, biromantic.

0 · December 27, 2013

#189
Daniel Borja

Daniel B.

CHICLAYO,
Peru

2 posts

Just Love ;)

facebook.com/HombreEvolucionado

0 · December 29, 2013

#191
Hot One

Hot O.

HOUSTON,
United States

50 posts

Straight, even though people who don't know me personally would assume I was gay or trans based on my hairstyle and choice in fashion!

0 · February 9, 2017

#192
Selina M

Selina M.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

5692 posts

demisexual bisexual

0 · February 22, 2017

#193
Starfall

Starfall

United States

17 posts

I'm asexual and aromantic! I'm full of love for everyone, I just have a different way of showing it.
I also ID as non-binary. ;)

0 · April 23, 2017

#194
Thomas G

Thomas G.

CHICAGO ,
United States

41 posts

Straight

2 · August 21, 2017

#195
Tia

Tia

UNITED STATES,
United States

16 posts

Straight as an arrow. I don't even understand what some of these other terms mean. What the heck is "demisexual?'' There are boys and girls. Sometimes girls like girls and boys like boys and I understand that but all these new terms are just confusing.

1 · October 29, 2017

#196
Tia

Tia

UNITED STATES,
United States

16 posts

Why are people "proud" to be gay? It's like saying "I am proud that I like apples." I am proud of my accomplishments but I do not consider my sexual orientation an accomplishment.

2 · October 29, 2017

#197
Selina M

Selina M.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

5692 posts

@Tia

google it

0 · 15 days ago

#198
Tia

Tia

UNITED STATES,
United States

16 posts

@Selina M.

I did. It basically defines it as someone who only forms sexual attraction after an emotional connection is established. Is that really an orientation though? In the past it was looked down upon to have sex on the first date and everyone was encouraged to form a connection and marry before they had sex. That was the status quo. I don't consider this an orientation. It's just a different bonding experience that is far more common among women. More men are able to feel instant sexual attraction regardless of whether they feel any other emotions for a woman. Women tend to want to feel loved, liked, or at least respected. I think these labels for "orientations" are very confusing and not grounded in science. They are mostly coined by teenagers on Tumblr.

0 · 15 days ago

#199
Selina M

Selina M.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

5692 posts

@Tia

i think it does. it's along the asexuality scale and it's very difficult for people who are, to form a sort of deep connection to almost anyone in a romantic/sexual sense. it goes beyond not just fancying someone on a few dates. do you consider aromantic confusing or do you accept that as a legit sexuality?

0 · 15 days ago

#200
Selina M

Selina M.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

5692 posts

@Tia

also, i find that straight people have less of an understanding in general because they don't have to think about their sexuality, how to define it or worry about not being accepted in society

0 · 12 days ago

  

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