An opinion based question!?
So, I've been deeply thinking lately about who I am, who I was, and who I'll turn out to be.. mainly in regards to my gender and sexuality. I've come to terms with everything, and now I feel that gender and sexuality can be both fluid.
How do you feel about the idea that sexuality being fluid?
Do you believe that gender can be fluid as well?
- ChapstersLv 48 years agoFavorite Answer
But some people want to portray sexuality as something static that never changes. They say that people are born with a specific sexuality and that it doesnt change.
Sexuality is on continuum. It is highly fluid. It can change consciously or unconsciously. Some have changed with the help of psychological counselling. There are former predominant homosexuals, heterosexuals and even pedophiles and people belonging to other stigmatized sexual orientations.
Labels such as gay, lesbian, homo/hetero are pure social constructs that does not exist in nature.
However, sexual orientation is usually discussed in terms of three categories: heterosexual (having emotional, romantic, or sexual attractions to members of the other sex), gay/lesbian (having emotional, romantic, or sexual attractions to members of one’s own sex), and bisexual (having emotional, romantic, or sexual attractions to both men and women). This range of behaviors and attractions has been described in various cultures and nations throughout the world. Many cultures use identity labels to describe people who express these attractions. In the United States the most frequent labels are lesbians (women attracted to women), gay men (men attracted to men), and bisexual people (men or women attracted to both sexes). However, some people may use different labels or none at all.
Sexual orientation is distinct from other components of sex and gender, including biological sex (the anatomical, physiological, and genetic characteristics associated with being male or female), gender identity (the psychological sense of being male or female),* and social gender role (the cultural norms that define feminine and masculine behavior).
Sexual orientation is commonly discussed as if it were solely a characteristic of an individual, like biological sex, gender identity, or age. This perspective is incomplete because sexual orientation is defined in terms of relationships with others. People express their sexual orientation through behaviors with others, including such simple actions as holding hands or kissing.
- fantzLv 44 years ago
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- CapeTOWNdudeLv 58 years ago
In terms of gender: I resent gender roles. I believe people should be able to do and act as they like without being judged for it.
In terms of sexuality: It's possible. Bisexuality is a good example of sexual fluidity. But I think it's very important to be true to yourself. If you're gay, be gay, if you're straight, be straight.
But for god sake, don't be gay if you're actually straight. That whole thing where girls, and even some guys, pretend to be gay or bisexual for a night is absolutely revolting in my opinion. That type of thing makes you and the poor sole you seduce or are seduced by happy in the short term, but in long term no one is happy after something like that.
- JakobLv 48 years ago
How do I feel about it? I think it could be possible, it just depends on the individual. I wouldn't be able to hold myself to such standards, but if someone else does then I have no problem with it.