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Straight, Bi-Sexual, Gay - Is It a Choice OR Born That Way? What says YOU!

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Started by Scorps at 09,Sep,19 22:01  other posts of Scorps
Hey!

I was inspired to ask this question because a friend of mine asked what seemed to be a "simple Poll question" ➡️ /polls/1768.html

I found myself UNABLE to answer because I know deep in my heart, that I could probably live either way in perpetuity. So, I still haven't answered the question as I don't know how to.

Taking it just a little step further, by adding in straights and gays. I would like to hear others opinions on the matter to maybe help understand myself just a little better if nothing else.

Since I've pretty much included everyone, are YOU up for sharing your opinion on the matter?

Being Straight, Bi-Sexual, Gay, Is It A Choice OR Born That Way? 🤔



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By Petro635 at 11,Sep,19 00:06 other posts of Petro635 
I think it's more of a choice but it also depends on how you are raised a little bit. If someone is told being anything other then straight is wrong they probably will believe that. They won't let themselves experience other sexual side of things. I always thought sex was about making each other feel good. So it's never about me. It more about letting someone help you have an orgasm. So I can let a guy or women help me feel good. Then I can help them or we work together at the same time. I say it's more of a choice and chosing to get yourself go free and sharing your sexuality with someone.
By Scorps at 14,Sep,19 07:54 other posts of Scorps 
Thank you for sharing your opinion. I agree with some of that. 🙂

By Mowgli999 at 14,Sep,19 10:32 other posts of Mowgli999 
I get where you're coming from to an extent but... if someone is bisexual, choosing between a man and a woman is surely like choosing between someone who's tall or short, loud or quiet or something like that. It's a choice within the boundaries of people who you fancy.

But can you choose to be bisexual? I don't think you can. LBGT people generally have more mental health problems, and bi women and men in general have worse problems and lesbians and gay men. I don't get why anyone would choose that, or could choose that.
By Petro635 at 14,Sep,19 23:42 other posts of Petro635 
I always looked at sex as sharing myself with someone and them sharing themselves with me. I can let a guy or women help me have orgasm. Don't people have let themselves go free to have a orgasm? I can't make someone have one. I can only help them feel comfortable and safe and touch their body in a way they like. So they can choose to let themselves have fun sex or good orgasm. Just like we have to let someone love us and they have to let you love them.

I don't think LGBT people choose to be. That's how they are born I know that but it seems like people limit themselves. If we are talking about living with someone and sharing you life with someone. Then it's more about intimacy I would say. It not just sexual it being intimate with each other. I think lots of people stop at sexual and don't share their intimate side with each other.
By Mowgli999 at 15,Sep,19 06:50 other posts of Mowgli999 
Very beautifully put





By lawrenceo at 15,Sep,19 05:30 other posts of lawrenceo 
I was invited to sexual activity with other boys who also did some voyeuring with older but wasn't drawn to it at age 9/10. I was introduced to cock play by older at 11 but still didn't take it up.
At about 13, after a late puberty, I did get involved with my friends from the boy scouts and we used to go camping in couples for the week end and have a good bit of exploring play. Then came the girls and later marriage.
It wasn't until I was very much older and the internet came along that I found a renewed interest in the prospect of playing with other males. Never had any inclination to engage in anal sex; or sucking as an active participant due to the health issues.
So, what that tells you in answer to your question, I don't know. Perhaps we are all different and find our way according to circumstances and what we fancy.


By MM_DD at 14,Sep,19 11:19 other posts of MM_DD 
I think sexuality is far too complex to force it into an either/or scenario. I do believe that for the most part, a person's sexuality is ingrained in them from the very beginning, but I think so many factors can and do affect how that sexuality develops over the years.

I think that most people would say that their sexual orientation is not a choice. It's something they came to realize at a particular point in their lives (frequently during puberty, but sometimes earlier or later), but they did not choose it. It chose them. How that person acts on it is a choice, of course.

As for me personally, as a homosexual male, I can tell you with 100% certainty that my sexuality was NOT a choice. Would've been a much easier life in my early years if I had been straight. But I wouldn't change who I am for all the money in the world. Was I born gay? Possibly...maybe even likely. But ultimately, I am the way I am because I was designed to be this way. Whether it started at birth or later on doesn't really matter.


By eonblue at 10,Sep,19 00:09 other posts of eonblue 
I imagine that Iím sharing a similar experience with many people. Emotionally and physically attracted to women, deep kisses and actually checking them out, these are two things I donít get from men. While interested and turned on by cock the fantasy is better than the fun.
By Scorps at 10,Sep,19 21:41 other posts of Scorps 
You didn't answer the question though...
By eonblue at 10,Sep,19 23:38 other posts of eonblue 
Born the way you are.
By Scorps at 14,Sep,19 07:52 other posts of Scorps 





By bigone21 at 13,Sep,19 16:44 other posts of bigone21 
In a FREE society, there is abslutely NO RELEVANCE to the answer of this question... Be what you are or/and be what you want to be, it's all OK!


By Mowgli999 at 11,Sep,19 16:01 other posts of Mowgli999 
Born that way. Why do I believe this? Firstly, science, specifically male twin studies where the evidence suggests both genetic factors and hormonal factors.

Secondly, given that virtually every country in the world in modern times has homophobic (etc) elements, why would anyone choose to be gay/bi/trans etc? Seriously?

(My guess is that this theory came about because some religions have texts which contain very small references to things like "man not lying with man", and based on that, some believe that God thinks homosexuality is wrong. If God thinks that, he wouldn't create non-heterosexual people, therefore homosexuality must be a choice. I'd like to confront a preacher head-on with this argument: "Mr Preacher Man, are you saying you could choose to enjoy gay sex?" As spermkiss says, homophobia and being in denial are closely related...An experiment was done showing erotic images whilst measuring blood flow to the penis. Homophobic heterosexual men had more blood flow than their non-homophobic counterpartsÖ)

Thirdly, if itís a choice then I assume that penguins are also capable of making the conscious decision to choose to be gayÖ.

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Live and let live, thatís what I say!


By spermkiss at 11,Sep,19 13:31 other posts of spermkiss 
Sexual orientation is hard wired into one's brain so the answer is "Born that way".

Whether one acts on that orientation is another matter. So many anti-gay people (men mostly) claim that being gay is a choice gay men make. That is, of course, nonsense. Writer and sex advice columnist Dan Savage makes the interesting point that these homophobes very well might be deeply closeted gay men who made the choice NOT to act on their gay tendencies. Chapter 5 "The Choicer Challenge" in his book "American Savage" is must reading on this subject. Indeed, the entire book is must reading.


By dgraff at 09,Sep,19 22:18 other posts of dgraff 
Hummm good question for me itís a choice I started playing around with guys at age 12 but Iíve had some hot women to as a teenager so having both I realized guys ring my bell better
By Jamie at 11,Sep,19 13:09 other posts of Jamie 
I want to ring your bell..🤫
By dgraff at 11,Sep,19 13:18 other posts of dgraff 
Hahaha your on




By Petro635 at 11,Sep,19 07:35 other posts of Petro635 
I should add I don't think a gay person could live with a straight person and be happy. They won't have an emotional connection. That's not a choice. I think people are born that way. People talk about sex but never really talk about being emotional with someone. Once you both have sex together. You have the rest of your day to be with someone
By dgraff at 11,Sep,19 11:39 other posts of dgraff 
Are you talking in circles so is it choice or born pick one please
By Petro635 at 11,Sep,19 13:04 other posts of Petro635 
I don't see why people would limit their sex with only men or only women, unless your in a relationship. So we must borne that way.




By cumcouplessa at 11,Sep,19 00:27 other posts of cumcouplessa 
Hubby here. I'm emotionally attracted to women, hence I'm married, but have craved sucking cock for as long as I can remember. No-one ever forced cock on me, so I must have been born this way? Luckily my wife understands, and we've had loads of fun sharing cock over the years.





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