|View single post by jr.bi.95|
|Posted: 2010-09-09 06:58 am||
|1. At what age were you comfortable with your sexual orientation? At what age did you realize you were gay?
I've never been exactly uncomfortable with my sexual orientation, but very few people know that I am bi. I discovered my attractions to females when I was 12 years old.
2. At what age were you comfortable talking with your family about your sexual preference? If you haven't yet, why?
I haven't told any of my family because I know already from their reactions to other people that they are not at all accepting of my sexual orientation.
3. If you are religious, what denomination are you?
4. Does your church know about your sexual orientation?
5. If so, do they make you feel welcome or as if you are doing something wrong? If your church is welcoming and accepting, would you feel just as comfortable walking into a church of another orientation?
6. Do you ever feel depressed because society often glosses over who you are or flat out denies you the same rights as heterosexual couples?
As a Canadian, I have equal rights to everyone else, so, that's not a problem for me.
7. Do you feel comfortable with PDA in public? If so, why? If not, why?
Yeah, PDA's all right with me. I think the couples who make out practically every second they're together, and right in the middle of a hallway or something, so that it's nearly impossible to ignore are taking it a little too far. But I don't see the point in trying to hide everytime you want to give your bf/gf a kiss.
8. Have you ever felt depressed either solely because, or increased because, of your sexual orientation? Have you ever felt that you have been dealt a "raw deal"? Has societies views, laws, ideas ever made you feel less than "normal" or unequal to heterosexuals?
Not really, no and aside from my family, nope.