80% sexy, 20% disgusting
I can't believe homosexuals were the real oppressors all along
How old are you/the people you're talking about? Just wondering, because I know what you mean, but I feel like that's moreso characteristic of an age group than a sexuality, especially wrt Instagram and Snapchat.Does anyone else not really have social media and feel disconnected from/looked down on by other gay people for it? I don't have a Snapchat, Facebook, or Instagram, and my Twitter and Reddit accounts are mostly just used to like other posts, and I only post myself like once every week, or couple weeks. Given that I don't have a heterosexual frame of reference (as I can only speak for being an MLM), I don't know how pervasive of an anxiety this in general. However, whenever I try to befriend another queer person or prospective boyfriend, them asking for my Instagram or Snapchat as though its a given ticks me off in a very unique way. I can get people's phone numbers without much difficulty, but it feels like the only way to stay connected with them is to interact with them on the platforms they're most active on, even if that platform is on their phone in the first place. For me it kind of feels like the other person doesn't care enough, even though I'm trying by texting them (and backing off if their replies are sparse or disinterested), and when our dating scene is difficult enough already, I find it kind of disheartening.
Who knows though. For all I know this could be a side effect of being young, gay, and anxious.
That's hot. And also normal. Yes. Very normal. Thats also why certain parts of thr internet exist.But on a different note, what has really been making me go crazy, is that I just sometimes seem to picture anyone in my school that’s attractive naked. I’m well aware that this is freaky, but I just want to know if this is normal for my age. I keep picturing this one guy whose built almost like me or this one freshmen girl I know who is insanely talented as a makeup artist and I don’t know if I’m just going crazy or if it’s just all a part of growing up.
A bit of advice from a bi guy who regularly questions whether he's straight 10 minutes after checking out dudes:Hello everyone. I’m kind of confused about who and where I am mostly when it comes to my sexuality so hear me out.
I think I’m bisexual. I haven’t really come out in real life because I’m still just confused with who I am. I’ve just been finding masculine features quite attractive as long as they are physically appealing. It’s one thing that motivates me to improve myself physically (by working out of course) so that I can flaunt it myself. But I’ve just found myself much more entranced by them, that it’s more than just motivation. While on the contrary, I do like girls as well. I’ve always felt attracted to the opposite sex since puberty. I do have a preference for girls but I don’t think I’d back down on a request of a guy asking me out though. I do think I’ll eventually come out to people (and one friend of mine will be making gay jokes till the day I die) considering my parents are supportive of what I do in the performing arts from vocal lessons, to dancing, to being a thespian in my school that regularly takes acting classes. I know I have a passion in life at an early age and I will chase it.
But on a different note, what has really been making me go crazy, is that I just sometimes seem to picture anyone in my school that’s attractive naked. I’m well aware that this is freaky, but I just want to know if this is normal for my age. I keep picturing this one guy whose built almost like me or this one freshmen girl I know who is insanely talented as a makeup artist and I don’t know if I’m just going crazy or if it’s just all a part of growing up.
Anyway, thanks for reading my nonsense if you made it to the end. I’ll just try to learn myself more and continue to improve myself every day.
we did not need to know thisI just recently read that same sex marriage used to be legal in Imperial China.
And that many emperors from the Han Dynasty had one or more male sex partners.