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#135 : May 16, 2013, 08:59:09 PM

People are at times drawn to that which caused them pain.  The abused sometimes become abusers, much like the Stockholm syndrome. At other times people are drawn to the polar opposite to that which caused them pain or a sense of rejection. Bullied geeks shoot up high schools and people who find it hard to fit in the regular sexuality scenarios are drawn to the opposite of what rejected them. They seek comfort, affection and acceptance. For some that is in the Gay community. They may (or may not) feel uncomfortable at first, but as they get what they yearn for, the barriers are lowered and they accept the world they are in. That is what I mean by a subconscious choice.

For example, I know a girl, a lady actually, who is apparently gay. A High School friend of my wife. She has had girlfriends for about 20 years, and had some very long relationships with women. She "became" gay when her High School sweetheart of 3 years broke her heat and dumped her. He got married,  had kids and had a good life. They met up again about 5 years ago. She dumped her girlfriend and started an affair with him. This went on for a good year that I know of and it ruined his marriage. As soon as the poop hit the fan he dumped her (again). It did not save his marriage but guess what? She is now gay again.

Explain to me how that is not some kind of defensive mechanism? Maybe she is bi, but to dump your girlfriend of 5 years when the love of your life all of a sudden becomes available (sort of) again? Bit coincidental don't you think?

I am not saying that accounts for every gay person, but I do see it as circumstantial evidence at the least that some do "choose"  - even if it is only "subconsciously."

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#136 : May 16, 2013, 10:06:00 PM

The woman in your story is bisexual (see the sexual continuum) but places a high value on a partner that can provide her w/ what she feels is a meaningful emotional relationship. When she finds that in a partner then the sexual aspect of the relationship naturally follows. Be it male or female.

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#137 : May 17, 2013, 02:09:02 AM

People are at times drawn to that which caused them pain.  The abused sometimes become abusers, much like the Stockholm syndrome. At other times people are drawn to the polar opposite to that which caused them pain or a sense of rejection. Bullied geeks shoot up high schools and people who find it hard to fit in the regular sexuality scenarios are drawn to the opposite of what rejected them. They seek comfort, affection and acceptance. For some that is in the Gay community. They may (or may not) feel uncomfortable at first, but as they get what they yearn for, the barriers are lowered and they accept the world they are in. That is what I mean by a subconscious choice.

For example, I know a girl, a lady actually, who is apparently gay. A High School friend of my wife. She has had girlfriends for about 20 years, and had some very long relationships with women. She "became" gay when her High School sweetheart of 3 years broke her heat and dumped her. He got married,  had kids and had a good life. They met up again about 5 years ago. She dumped her girlfriend and started an affair with him. This went on for a good year that I know of and it ruined his marriage. As soon as the poop hit the fan he dumped her (again). It did not save his marriage but guess what? She is now gay again.

Explain to me how that is not some kind of defensive mechanism? Maybe she is bi, but to dump your girlfriend of 5 years when the love of your life all of a sudden becomes available (sort of) again? Bit coincidental don't you think?

I am not saying that accounts for every gay person, but I do see it as circumstantial evidence at the least that some do "choose"  - even if it is only "subconsciously."

when did you choose to be heterosexual?

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#138 : May 17, 2013, 08:55:54 AM

People are at times drawn to that which caused them pain.  The abused sometimes become abusers, much like the Stockholm syndrome. At other times people are drawn to the polar opposite to that which caused them pain or a sense of rejection. Bullied geeks shoot up high schools and people who find it hard to fit in the regular sexuality scenarios are drawn to the opposite of what rejected them. They seek comfort, affection and acceptance. For some that is in the Gay community. They may (or may not) feel uncomfortable at first, but as they get what they yearn for, the barriers are lowered and they accept the world they are in. That is what I mean by a subconscious choice.

For example, I know a girl, a lady actually, who is apparently gay. A High School friend of my wife. She has had girlfriends for about 20 years, and had some very long relationships with women. She "became" gay when her High School sweetheart of 3 years broke her heat and dumped her. He got married,  had kids and had a good life. They met up again about 5 years ago. She dumped her girlfriend and started an affair with him. This went on for a good year that I know of and it ruined his marriage. As soon as the poop hit the fan he dumped her (again). It did not save his marriage but guess what? She is now gay again.

Explain to me how that is not some kind of defensive mechanism? Maybe she is bi, but to dump your girlfriend of 5 years when the love of your life all of a sudden becomes available (sort of) again? Bit coincidental don't you think?

I am not saying that accounts for every gay person, but I do see it as circumstantial evidence at the least that some do "choose"  - even if it is only "subconsciously."

when did you choose to be heterosexual?

On my 10th birthday.

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#139 : May 17, 2013, 04:41:21 PM

People are at times drawn to that which caused them pain.  The abused sometimes become abusers, much like the Stockholm syndrome. At other times people are drawn to the polar opposite to that which caused them pain or a sense of rejection. Bullied geeks shoot up high schools and people who find it hard to fit in the regular sexuality scenarios are drawn to the opposite of what rejected them. They seek comfort, affection and acceptance. For some that is in the Gay community. They may (or may not) feel uncomfortable at first, but as they get what they yearn for, the barriers are lowered and they accept the world they are in. That is what I mean by a subconscious choice.

For example, I know a girl, a lady actually, who is apparently gay. A High School friend of my wife. She has had girlfriends for about 20 years, and had some very long relationships with women. She "became" gay when her High School sweetheart of 3 years broke her heat and dumped her. He got married,  had kids and had a good life. They met up again about 5 years ago. She dumped her girlfriend and started an affair with him. This went on for a good year that I know of and it ruined his marriage. As soon as the poop hit the fan he dumped her (again). It did not save his marriage but guess what? She is now gay again.

Explain to me how that is not some kind of defensive mechanism? Maybe she is bi, but to dump your girlfriend of 5 years when the love of your life all of a sudden becomes available (sort of) again? Bit coincidental don't you think?

I am not saying that accounts for every gay person, but I do see it as circumstantial evidence at the least that some do "choose"  - even if it is only "subconsciously."

when did you choose to be heterosexual?

On my 10th birthday.

so ..... you were gay 0-10 (the key point being "0") and then you just chose to be heterosexual at 10.  Well, doesn't that mean at ZERO you had no choice?

maybe its time to quit the strange rationalizations? You typed - it may have been a choice, but a subconscious choice? huh? Really? Is there such thing a subconscious choice?

 What happened to you on your 10th birthday that made you CHOOSE to be different than the way God made you (at "0")?

just something to think about

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#140 : May 17, 2013, 06:47:27 PM

This thread is gay.

What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.

           

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#141 : May 17, 2013, 07:06:36 PM

This thread is gay.

because it chose to be gay on its 8th day

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#142 : May 17, 2013, 07:29:52 PM

This thread is gay.

because it chose to be gay on its 8th day

I think Comrade created it gay , lol.

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#143 : May 17, 2013, 08:06:30 PM

This thread is gay.

because it chose to be gay on its 8th day

These two are so much in love.

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#144 : May 17, 2013, 08:18:32 PM

This thread is gay.

because it chose to be gay on its 8th day

These two are so much in love.

... says the guy who follows Vince around like a puppy dog , lol.

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#145 : May 17, 2013, 08:35:27 PM


so ..... you were gay 0-10 (the key point being "0") and then you just chose to be heterosexual at 10.  Well, doesn't that mean at ZERO you had no choice?

maybe its time to quit the strange rationalizations? You typed - it may have been a choice, but a subconscious choice? huh? Really? Is there such thing a subconscious choice?

 What happened to you on your 10th birthday that made you CHOOSE to be different than the way God made you (at "0")?

just something to think about

People started asking me stupid questions, and my friends Mom was reeeeeeeeeeeeallly hot!

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#146 : May 17, 2013, 08:36:04 PM

This thread is gay.

because it chose to be gay on its 8th day

10th

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#147 : May 17, 2013, 08:46:10 PM


so ..... you were gay 0-10 (the key point being "0") and then you just chose to be heterosexual at 10.  Well, doesn't that mean at ZERO you had no choice?

maybe its time to quit the strange rationalizations? You typed - it may have been a choice, but a subconscious choice? huh? Really? Is there such thing a subconscious choice?

 What happened to you on your 10th birthday that made you CHOOSE to be different than the way God made you (at "0")?

just something to think about

People started asking me stupid questions, and my friends Mom was reeeeeeeeeeeeallly hot!

Did she have a big willie, Spartan?

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#148 : May 17, 2013, 08:56:41 PM




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#149 : May 18, 2013, 09:19:36 AM

This thread is gay.

because it chose to be gay on its 8th day

These two are so much in love.

... says the guy who follows Vince around like a puppy dog , lol.

It's so sweet.  They even finish each other's false narratives.

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