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  1. I don't think being LGBT is a sin. What's wrong with loving and caring for another human being? Isn't God and the Bible all about Love and Good? If anything, judging other people is sinful. Only God can judge, right? So, in conclusion, everyone's a sinner, right?
  2. I find gender roles overrated even in straight relationships. Both my mom and dad work, and they both do house chores. Like, my dad cooks some meals better than my mom, and they always used to clean the house together (then passed the chore on to the kids... typical! LOL) So, gender roles are obsolete, in my opinion. Of course different cultures might see things differently, I'm only talking about how I feel.
  3. These gender related infographics are so cute! (Bear is cuter, but don't tell the genberbread person LOL) I think these should be show in in schools, I'm sure if they started teaching this at a young age, the next generation will have a better understanding of sexual orientations!
  4. I am with @Decentladyon this one 100%! I'm also trying to fin my own peace of mine, but I try not to let anyone from the outside interfere. This is my life, so I should be in charge. Which is exactly what I suggest you start doing as well, take charge of yourself and don't let others affect how you feel.
  5. Hi @janie245! Have you found a way to deal with your situation? I'd love to hear how things turned out! All good, I hope! I also have "cool" parents, but I'd also be afraid to come out to them, even if I know they're not homophobic in any way. I can understand you being afraid.
  6. LOL! This is a very funny thread I also remember my first date. I was almost 15, and went out with an 18 y.o. guy, everything was fine, nice date, we had a nice time. What ruined it was the end, when we kissed, and he actually said to me I'm not a good kisser. But it's ok. He can teach me! OMG, I never felt more humiliated!
  7. LOL! I laughed so hard my stomach aches!! But still, how gross! I'm not necessarily more conservative but I think what;s underneath the clothes should be for that someone special, not for the whooooole world to see
  8. I've never had a fling, I think I'm not "built" for it. I just can't do it! I have to feel at least a little something for the other person to be able to be together, even if for a short while.
  9. I don't think I've ever seen a LGBT beach before. I'm sure I'd remember if I saw one, because I kinda find the thought of it a bit offensive. I don't think LGBT people should be separated from the rest. That's just silly. People don't go to the beach to "be gay", they go to the beach to have fun and relax, just like everyone else.
  10. I'm actually afraid of mental disorders, we've had those in our family and I really don't want to end up in a mental institution not now, not when I'll be old, not ever! So, I read a lot. I exercise, whenever I can, I've read that helps too. I also know staying socially active is a BIG help to keep mentally healthy. I do struggle with some identity issues, but I try no to let that affect me from this very point of view. Which is why I joined this forum, why I read some LGBT related websites I like and try to figure myself out without putting too much stress on the "problem".
  11. The most awful place I could have broken up with someone was a park near my home. My ex and I broke up one day, just like that, and for a very long time I wasn't able to enjoy my park anymore because it reminded me too much of the breakup! Eventually I got over it, but for a few months I avoided passing through it. I would always find some other route to get home.
  12. I've only seen the first few episodes of "Orange is the new black", don;t know why I stopped, because I liked it! I tend to do that with new series, I still have to catch up on the lest 2 seasons of Games of Thrones! And Flash. And some other series I started watching then forgot about (I'm addicted! Help! ) As for movies, I've only seen Brokeback Mountain, and that was about a decade ago. So thanks for the recommendations, I'll definitely check these out next time I'm in the mood for a new movie.
  13. I guess I can say the only time I played a lgbt game was when I used to play The Sims and made the characters gay or lesbians But that doesn't count, doesn't it I have never played LGBT themed games, I didn't even know they existed. Now you guys made me curious, even if I'm not much of a gamer.
  14. I don't even know her, but there's just something about this girl, I can't really explain. I've never had a crush on a girl before, so this makes me feel even more confused that I did before thinking about her that way!
  15. Oh my, @SElf, I'm so sorry you felt embarrassed. When I was younger and got my parents mad, they would only "threaten" to do that, go to my school and say stuff about me in front of the whole class! Well, that was scary enough for me! It's very interesting to see so many points of view I also think it's wrong to offend the person you're with, I've been there and it only made me mad being compared to others! It felt almost like, my boyfriend (at the time) wanted to "build" the perfect woman. He would often tell me how to dress, how to talk, how to act, etc., etc.... and I just felt I couldn't be myself around him anymore. And when he started giving me "rolemodels" to compare myself with..... it was just too much! Granted he didn't ever compare my to his ex girlfriends! But still, did not appreciate it.