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    Yes

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    Polysexuality is attraction to some, but not all, possible genders. This is not to be confused with bisexuality meaning someone who is in all ways attracted to both guys and guys. There's also pansexual a pansexual person can love not only the traditional male and female genders, but also transgendered, androgynous, and gender fluid people. Sounds similar to these two but it the link with the Start bi meaning two and the rest following. They picked bi as a brod spectrum of things and officially counting it as a sexual preference BC for years a lot of people said that wasn't a choice either gay or not but so before other preferences came out bi gay and * u know the mean things have called trans people* its even lesbian was lumped up as just gay

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    Omg whoever wrote that is a genius!
    Personally I think the whole of LGBT are confused and need mental psychological help. If it's ok for one to suddenly change genders then why can't a schizophrenic enjoy it's time with whatever the f*** it sees?
    If gays are "born" like that then pedo's can claim the same sh**...

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    Hey people: I am a Christian, and I want the world to leave these guys alone please.

    For any Christian who does not understand LGBT scroll down towards middle to @@@ symbols for detailed explanation.

    For LGBT who do not under stand Christians here it is:

    It is not our place to question that which we do not understand. Also, I know it goes both ways, and please LGBT CAN WE PLEASE COME TOGETHER IN PEACE LOVE AND RESPECT. Let's stop trying to control each other and force our beliefs down each other's throats! AND NO I DO NOT BELIEVE YOU GUYS ARE GOING TO HELL! if it is truly an unforgivable sin, I have faith in my GOD AND LORD JESUS, to show you HIMSELF. not through stereotypical Christian bullies.

    No I do not believe it is right for me, and I don't mind having homosexual characters in movies, but I do not like to be forced to watch sexual relations between anyone other than my own husband, regardless of the gender. Also, I hate even more my son being fed Victoria's secret images, putting all of women's worth into her waist, boobs, and butt. It is a slap in the face to me a women who does not feel the need for surgery, makeup, and "being the baddest" to feel important. It is sickening knowing these celebrities do not care about young girls, their fans, who starve themselves to sell their bodies and souls for GREED, LUST, AND CORRUPTION as well. Clothes, make ups, books, tummies, eyes, ears, do NOT MAKE A PERSON. Love makes a person, and any friend of love, life, is a friend of mine. No matter what they do in their down time.

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    Also, i finally learned how to explain homosexuality to Christians; possibly useless information here for your situation, but I love useless information because it makes the most sense to me:

    In nature there is sin, in nature there is death. There is no way to escape nature. Or evil, corruption, greed, pain. It is all inevitable.

    It was not always this way. We were made to be free, we were made to love. Period. When lucifer/morning star/sun god fell from heaven he changed the rule of love into the law of sin and death. Made us slave to time and to our own sins/struggles/pains/difficulties.

    Before this happened, there was not death. There was not pain.

    In nature, many organisms, and even mammals imitate the opposite sex after being any of the following: rejected by the other sex, forced to mate(rape), threatened with violence or death, etc. It is a survival mechanism in nature. Self preserverance.

    In human nature, similar to nature, there is a term called self fulfilling prophecy in psychology. Basically, if someone is called (insert label here such as: alcoholic, mental, crazy, homo, abuser, etc.) Long enough, they believe it and become it.

    JESUS/YESHUA/LORD KRISHNA/messiah/theONE came to die for EVERY SIN IN THE BOOK. And he is the only one who can tell someone if they are going to hell for their sins, not the pastorman, not any church, or anyone else. The only job the church should worry about now is to LOVE ALL SINNERS EQUALLY WITHOUT judgements as our father loved us. Back in the day, people relied on preachers because they could not read. Now we all know how to read. We can read for ourselves, we only need love to guide us!

    God manifests himself and his son in different ways to different people. Such as Allah to the Jewish, who do not realize Jesus is in levitucus in their bible. My interpretation of God, may hold different details than others, but the same moral.

    An O can be seen as a letter, a zero, a wheel, circle, a cycle, etc. It can be interpreted in so many ways, that it might cause wars and violence over the details. But that does not change anything that it is because it can be so much more than just one detail.

    I can be happy and sad, thankful and angry, hungry and full, all at the same time. I can have contradictory emotions all at once, and it doesn't make any of my emotions "unreal/false". Thinking we can only be one thing at a time, is just untrue.

    Lastly, man has learned to clone animals, and even human organs from a single DNA cell. If we learned how to create, how is it not possible that we were created?

    "End rant of philosophies of religion, life, nature"

    • Anonymous replied

      Loving us, but hating part of our identity and the way we love, is not really loving us. What if I said I loved you but I hated how you were a Christian, or had blue eyes, or I hated your husband or son? What if I hated the way you had sex?

    • Anonymous replied

      It's not a hating thing, it's respectfully having a different opinion. At least that's how it should be.

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    No, it implies that the person who identifies as bi is attracted to any two of the many genders. Literally any two genders. What those two genders are... that is the business of the bi person.

    The B does NOT imply that there is only man/woman genders.

    • Anonymous replied

      Now you're just making stuff up.

      Wait, y'all have been doing that.

      Nevermind, continue with your make-believe.

    • Anonymous replied

      All words are made up, dumbass. This is the consensus within the LGBT community right now. Some people use the word "pansexual" instead.

    • Anonymous replied

      Nope words have specific meanings, try again with your wack a** critical thinking lol

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    bacon

    • Anonymous replied

      In a political perspective, sexuality, like language, might fall into the category of intersubjective relations: exchange and communication. Sexual relations – the dialogue between two subjects – would determine, articulate, a sexuality of the subjects as speech interaction generates communicative roles in the interlocutors. Sexuality would thus not so much be a question of identity, of a fixed role in the absence of a praxis, but a possibility with the potential of diversity and interchangeability, and a possibility crucially depending on and codetermined by an interlocutor, another subject.

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    Well, there was the last sign I needed to kill myself.

    • Anonymous replied

      Sameee

    • Anonymous replied

      Byeeeeeee stay out of all girls spaces if you have a dick

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    Mmmmmmmm Garlic

    • Anonymous replied

      Gender is one of the ways in which sexuality is most effectively policed: given the constant reinforcement of the binary gender system as a means of social control, if you step outside of your allocated gender role you are likely to be stigmatised as homosexual, and vice versa. In other words, if you eschew the rewards of femininity by for example, becoming a plumber, not shaving your legs, telling a man who is harassing you to f*** off – you are likely to be accused of being a lesbian. (A man who does not conform to the conventions of masculinity, and is seen pushing a pram, wears pink, or who doesn’t like football, is equally likely to be accused of being gay.) And similarly if you actually are a lesbian you are likely to be expected to behave like a man, to exhibit male desire – and heterosexual women are likely to be worried you might fancy them, and are encouraged to avoid women-only spaces in case there is a risk of being pounced on (this may be less true now, but was always an issue regarding women only events when I first got involved in feminism – i.e. that heterosexual women thought that women-only meant lesbian, and therefore assumed that all such spaces/events would be sexualised.) Anyway, this is partly what Catherine MacKinnon meant when she said that ‘gender is sexualised, and sexuality is gendered’ – in other words, the power difference between men and women is eroticised, and we wouldn’t recognise something as sexual if it wasn’t about power – so anything that is perceived as sexual – such as gay and lesbian identity – is read through that lens, and thus gendered.

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    HMNMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

    • Anonymous replied

      We do not know what the values, individual personality traits or culture of a non-hierarchical society would be like, and we have great difficulty imagining it. ….perhaps we will only be able to think about gender on the day when we can imagine non-gender.

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    Thought it was a Lettuce-Garlic-Bacon-Tomato sandwich?

    • Anonymous replied

      hahaha

    • Anonymous replied

      The feminist theory of power is that sexuality is gendered as gender is sexualised. In other words, feminism is a theory of how the eroticization of dominance and submission creates gender, creates women and man in the social form in which we know them. Thus the sex difference and dominance-submission dynamic define each other. The erotic is what defines sex as inequality, hence as meaningful difference. This is, in my view, the social meaning of sexuality, and the distinctly feminist account of gender inequality.