I have a feeling I'm gonna regret this post....;)
I don't know if i really chose to be bi it just kinda happened If I could choose I'd be lesbian.
My second daughter did the opposite. She was a lesbian but then choose to be bi.
Honestly it doesn't bother me if someone is straight, gay, or bi that is the choice that they made and something I really don't need to check or know in order to be friends with someone.
My oldest and my 14 year old are both bi and I support them fully. Heck my 14 year recently just got a boyfriend but before that she had a girlfriend for 2 years before they broke up.
Sexuality is not an option
Dabbling is an option.
It should be a moot point.
Who or how a person loves is just no ones business. Period
I don't know why I would need to know. My only business is that if they are with me - they are with ME and no one else
Personally, I could care less what goes on behind anyone's closed doors. (As long as it's between consenting "Adults")
I've had to make some decisions about homosexual and bisexuals in the past. Some have been popular and some haven't been. With homosexuality becoming more "protected" in the military it has also faces leaders with new challenges. In combat zones, it is law that the sexes be separated when it comes to billeting. (It is against military law to allow unmarried personnel of opposite sexes to share a room and even to have sexual relations while deployed.) When I find out a person is homosexual, I must prohibit them from sharing quarters with another homosexual. Is that right or wrong?
So does this mean you are bi?
being bi isnt really optional? ive always been attracted to both it isnt a choice.