Leather is always good .Originally Posted by Drosselmeier
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Thread: Let's question my sexuality.
12-02-2006, 18:03 #61
12-02-2006, 18:06 #62Originally Posted by stormrage112345
12-02-2006, 19:22 #63Originally Posted by Evil Conservative Inc
12-02-2006, 19:41 #64
Just a side note but when we met I was fairly certain you were ***. Not sure why but that was the feeling I got.
12-02-2006, 19:50 #65Originally Posted by Hatsepsut
12-02-2006, 21:27 #66
Originally Posted by zodiac66
- Join Date
- Jun 2003
- There. *points*
It is also really hard to feel sexy and be arousedwhen you're worried and stressed. Your mind kind of drifts to whatever is bothering you and ruins the moment. Plus, if you're anything like me, you're worrying as much about your partner's pleasure as you are your own, which can be distracting.
Maybe it stems from the fact that I am a mom first. I could care less if I had the most handsome/lovely person in the world..I am a mom.
Or maybe I haven't met a man who needs to be whipped into submission .
There are lots of boys who adore FemDom...you just need to look.
12-02-2006, 22:52 #67Originally Posted by zodiac66
Seriously though, it's inconclusive. I know that a lot of women feel that way and find out later in life that they're *** (much to their astonishment), but then again there are plenty who feel the exact same way and either haven't met the right guy (if said mythical creature really exists) or genuinely aren't that interested in sex (very few are in this last category, I think).
But Anyee's right, depression destroys your sex drive.
Originally Posted by zodiac66
13-02-2006, 00:41 #68
13-02-2006, 10:27 #69Originally Posted by Drosselmeier
Or maybe it was because you weren't flirting with me.
Anyway, I have to agree with what has been said. Attraction to another human being isn't based on gender. I'm attracted to my female friends otherwise they would not be my friends, some kind of attraction is what makes people interesting. Where that attraction turns into sexual attraction and what defines the border inbetween I don't know. We are all bi to a certain extent though, I believe.
13-02-2006, 11:19 #70Originally Posted by Hatsepsut
Two funny asides that I came to think about...
The only teacher I've ever had a crush on was male. This was in high school so it's probably something most have experienced. I sort of have a thing for older men, as in fourty-fifty something intellectuals. I'm aware of the issues that implies so there's no need for lectures here. The crush was never that serious and only lasted about a month. After that I realized he wasn't self-confident but a pompous jackass.
The other thing I was thinking about is really ironic. I suspect my parents have discussed this and come to the conclusion that I might be ***. I don't know how they would know, but I have to admit that I do conform to some *** stereotypes (interest in the theater and opera, poetry, furniture and drapes et cetera). Also, my sister's known about some of these things for many years and she might have said something. It's a pity I don't feel comfortable talking to my sister about this. She's freaked out by the whole thing and now that I suspect she might have blabbed to the parents I'm not going to take any chances. The good news is that my parents might actually have come to terms with this before I've confessed to anything. My father printed out a letter to the editor mocking religious homophobia and showed me when I was there this christmas. He's a big enemy of organized religion but I still have to wonder about his motives for doing that. It would be really comical if my parents think I'm *** and I'm completely uncertain about everything.