Problem is that many gays go through a "transitional" phase and when they come out on the homo side they assume every other person is the same as them, hence gay's refuting the existence of Bi's more than hetero's.
Random, but there was just a study confirming bisexuality in men a few weeks or months ago. It showed that some participants were sexually stimulated by both female and male erotic material.
I was never the person to say you can willingly choose your sexuality. I believe otherwise. As for people who do "change" their sexuality, I just have a habit of thinking they never changed, but they just went through layers/stages of realization and self-discovery. I'm not saying any sexuality is an actual phase, I just think the "change" of sexuality are stages of self-discovery.
I agree with that, pretty much. I just don't think someone is able to go "I wanna like penis now" and wah-bam they're now gay. Realization would be waaay different than what I was describing.
Its like your screaming, and noone can hear. You almost feel ashamed. That someone could be that important that without them you feel like nothing. Noone will ever understand how much it hurts. You feel HOPELESS. Like nothing can save you ...<3