Are you comfortable with your sexual orientation?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Totally at ease with it. I feel blessed by it. I like the sex. I have meaning in my work, and a place in my community and family. I am essesntial to things going well, as they are for me. I would never have the kind of understanding for disenfranchized people if I were straight.

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    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    I am now. Wasn't when I was in my teens. I used to get really weird reactions when I said I was bisexual, though. I actually ended a friendship with a lesbian friend who felt very deeply I should "make a choice already", which I took to mean that she thought I should "become" a lesbian instead of playing it safe and keeping one foot in the accepted and comfy straight pool. Strangely enough I used to get the most flack from homosexual friends (most notably the women for some reason) about not being brave enough to make a choice. :(

    Has changed now, though. Nowadays people don't bat an eyelid. Which is cool by me, as you can imagine.

  • Jeff
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    sexual orientation is just a small part of who i am. sexual values, morals, and even my own sexuality are bigger issues that i am still sorting out.

    i know i am bisexual, but i also know i don't want sex until i am in a serious relationship.. and most importantly, i am transgendered and transsexual, so i won't even consider romance, let alone sexual activities, until i complete the transition process..

    but yah, it took me 33 years to figure myself out, and i have a lot of work to do yet as transition is a 5 year process, but at least i can finally feel comfortable and be at peace with myself to know that at 38, i will finally be my true self and i will finally be able to experience love, and sex, at least i hope so!

  • 1 decade ago

    Goodness, yes! It's a very comfy orientation for me!!

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  • madson
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    nicely, you're able to easiest be there as a chum. you at the instant are not a psychiatrist, or psychologist; so do not attempt to tackle too lots. Do you are going to be able to produce different gay friends who can help? Are there any companies for gay people who grant help and counseling. that possibly the wonderful thank you to bypass here.

  • 1 decade ago

    It’s so wonderful being a gay person. I said that before. I’m going to say it again. I love being gay. And I love gay people. I think we’re better than other people. I really do. I think we’re smarter and more talented and more aware and I do, I do, I totally do. And I think we’re more tuned in to what’s happening, tuned into the moment, tuned into our emotions, and other people’s emotions, and we’re better friends. I really do think all of these things. And I try not to forget them.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, totally.

  • 1 decade ago

    took me a good few years to accept myself the way i am but can now say i am comfortable with who i am

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It has taken me some time to get here but I would have to say yes I am.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Of course.

    Since it is inborn, there's nothing I can do to change it, even if I was not comfortable. So why bother, why bother, why bother? (With a nod to Bette Midler)

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