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    Good people do not have unloving sex. They might not want to be with that person forever, but they do not fuck to harm, degrade or frighten their partner.

    Only bad people do that.

    Madeline I understand what you have been through and it breaks my heart but yes, normal people have sex for no reason.

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    How old were you when you knew you were gay, straight, bi, fluid, asexual, none-of-the-above, whatever you consider your sexuality to be?


    I remember the night and the location -- but not the exact year -- so I can only narrow it down to my early to mid-20's.
    I was about 10-12 when the butchers boy in the neighborhood said children come from kissing. A little while later carelessly I asked my 2 sisters "Come babies from kisses?" and only long 2 hours later I knew everything about the theme "creation of babies". Afterwards I informed my friend: "I asked my sisters: you are wrong!" Some years later I met a woman, felt in love, kissed her and became the father of her two kids within only two weeks. We are married since some decades now. As far as I know she was always a gay woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Madeline I understand what you have been through and it breaks my heart but yes, normal people have sex for no reason.
    I have nothing to compare it to, but there are advantages to how I was raised, Spooky. My parents were fabulous humans and they loved my brother and I. I never had to endure being abused by people who were meant to be my protectors. I was in a place, at a time, when the injustice and hypocrisy was unmistakable. Even seen "Spotlight"?



    So was courage and generosity and humanity. I did not save myself; others saved me. My HS teachers, the families of some of my friends, a few HS boyfriends.....I am not a racist because the men who protected me in the ghetto were black. So were the men I feared would assault me.

    Nobody did more for me than the family of my BFF, an Orthodox Jewish family who had Holocaust survivors as older relatives, living close by.

    I am afraid of nobody and I am never confused about good vs. evil. Doesn't mean I know what the answer to all our problems are, but I have a clarity of vision that coddled, middle class life would not have created.

    I never fought with my parents and I did not have to watch them grow old and die. They are both, always, young and gorgeous to me.

    I was very deeply loved, and I always knew it.

    This is a lot more than many, many people get, and I feel fortunate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madeline View Post
    Good people do not have unloving sex. They might not want to be with that person forever, but they do not fuck to harm, degrade or frighten their partner.

    Only bad people do that.
    I think you have a very stilted view about sex. You do not have to love someone to have sex. Sex is not always to harm or degrade or frighten two consenting adults
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    I grew up assuming I would marry a man. In fact, I grew up assuming I would marry someone named Michael.

    But assuming that I would do what most everyone else did was different from realizing that on a basic level, my body is very much hetero and not even a little bit gay.

    When I went to college and met different attractive people, I thought I might be bi. But then I learned unequivocally that whatever flirtations or fantasies I might have of a bisexual nature, my body was quite straight with no point in dabbling in anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isalexi View Post
    I think you have a very stilted view about sex. You do not have to love someone to have sex. Sex is not always to harm or degrade or frighten two consenting adults
    There is always love, even in a joyful zipless fuck with a stranger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    I grew up assuming I would marry a man. In fact, I grew up assuming I would marry someone named Michael.

    But assuming that I would do what most everyone else did was different from realizing that on a basic level, my body is very much hetero and not even a little bit gay.

    When I went to college and met different attractive people, I thought I might be bi. But then I learned unequivocally that whatever flirtations or fantasies I might have of a bisexual nature, my body was quite straight with no point in dabbling in anything else.
    I am extremely hetreo, and might not have been if I had not been living with violent hateful female pedophiles as a child.

    But so what? I assure you, not getting to fuck me is no tragedy. I am no great loss to my lesbian sisters, as a lover.

    I'm fun, but I am not a ride at Disneyland Paris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    How old were you when you knew you were gay, straight, bi, fluid, asexual, none-of-the-above, whatever you consider your sexuality to be?

    I remember the night and the location -- but not the exact year -- so I can only narrow it down to my early to mid-20's.
    there was never any time I questioned my sexuality, I was what I always was.. I just remember the time I wanted to put my sexuality to good use...
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    Since I grew up in a poor family, we didn't have much at all. When I was about 11 I realized I was a Quatrasexual. I would do anything with anyone for a quarter.
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    How old were you when you knew?

    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    I grew up assuming I would marry a man. In fact, I grew up assuming I would marry someone named Michael. ....
    That is weirdly specific.
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