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Why a Homosexual Forum, but no Bisexual Forum?

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AZcuriousm4U On January 24, 2015




Gilbert, Arizona
#1New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 04:38:55
Seems as if you were to be fair... you'd have both... a Homosexuality and Bisexuality forum. Bisexuals don't necessarily belong in a homosexual or straight forum - they belong in their own forum. Just curious if any thought was given to this. Thanks.
El_Tino On July 24, 2019
booyaka!





Albuquerque, New Mexico
#2New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 04:42:57
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll consider it
unspokenwords On October 16, 2019




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#3New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 04:43:45
If you have a Bi Topic then just put it in the Relationship forum
sleepless3nights On January 02, 2008




Tempe, Arizona
#4New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 04:57:00
bisexuality doesn't seem to be as much of a controversial issue, for some reason.
jwasafrog On September 18, 2010




, California
#5New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 05:01:02
This might be a little off topic, but I just though of something I heard on the
news a while back. Why is it that it's ok for people to encourage other people to
embrace or explore their homosexuality/bisexuality, but for some reason if
people encourage people to do the opposite they are called "closed minded" and
stupid? It almost seems like people are shuning one side of the argument, and
people struggling with homosexuality are only allowed to hear pro argument.

Does that seem weird to anyone else?
El_Tino On July 24, 2019
booyaka!





Albuquerque, New Mexico
#6New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 05:02:21
I don't know, but you might want to start a new topic for that.
sleepless3nights On January 02, 2008




Tempe, Arizona
#7New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 05:02:37
@jwasafrog Said
This might be a little off topic, but I just though of something I heard on the
news a while back. Why is it that it's ok for people to encourage other people to
embrace or explore their homosexuality/bisexuality, but for some reason if
people encourage people to do the opposite they are called "closed minded" and
stupid? It almost seems like people are shuning one side of the argument, and
people struggling with homosexuality are only allowed to hear pro argument.

Does that seem weird to anyone else?


yes.

you can't politely, nonviolently disagree with that lifestyle without automatically becoming the bad guy.
jwasafrog On September 18, 2010




, California
#8New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 05:03:35
@el_tino Said
I don't know, but you might want to start a new topic for that.


sorry, ok, I'll start a new topic.
sleepless3nights On January 02, 2008




Tempe, Arizona
#9New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 05:05:00
@el_tino Said
I don't know, but you might want to start a new topic for that.


oops... heh.
El_Tino On July 24, 2019
booyaka!





Albuquerque, New Mexico
#10New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 05:06:15
No worries, there is now a topic for that it loks like
sleepless3nights On January 02, 2008




Tempe, Arizona
#11New Post! Oct 17, 2005 @ 05:06:50
hmm, i seee..
AZcuriousm4U On January 24, 2015




Gilbert, Arizona
#12New Post! Oct 18, 2005 @ 01:40:09
@el_tino Said
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll consider it


I appreciate that, Tino. Bisexuals are many times shunned by heterosexuals as well as homosexuals... the stigma attached to them is that they are confused, indecisive and hiding their homosexuality/heterosexuality from themselves. There are many of either of those preferences who firmly believe you can't like both... you gotta like one OR the other... there is no inbetween, thus bi's don't quite fit into either forum category. Many gay/straight people feel threatened as a result... the unfounded fear is called "biphobia"/"bi-phobia." " It's not easy being a bi-guy in today's society. Thanks again... Jamie
jonnythan On August 02, 2014
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Here and there,
#13New Post! Oct 18, 2005 @ 01:41:28
@sleepless3nights Said
yes.

you can't politely, nonviolently disagree with that lifestyle without automatically becoming the bad guy.

Doesn't it make you a bad guy to tell someone that the way they've chosen to live their life, which does no harm whatsoever to you, is wrong?
El_Tino On July 24, 2019
booyaka!





Albuquerque, New Mexico
#14New Post! Oct 18, 2005 @ 01:44:01
The discussion on encouraging homosexuality has been continued here .

aom_kun On November 29, 2006




Bangkok, Thailand
#15New Post! Nov 29, 2006 @ 10:33:23
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