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So was that wrong? I have to assume you'll say yes.
My dad always tells a funny story at family gatherings- He says, "My straight son sings in a choir, my gay son plays hockey. How did that happen?" It took a long time to get to joke about that stuff. But the fact is, heterosexuality was definitely pushed on me.
So was that wrong ?
Last edited by leekohler2; 24th February 2017 at 09:45 PM.
People usually do the best they can with their kids. When they know better, they do better.
So yes, leekohler's parents were inadequate and they hurt him and that's wrong. But it sounds like he felt loved and that they learned to do better.
If so, that's not wrong. That's just human.
Orientation is a spectrum, so a person who had ever even fantasized about both genders would be "a little bit bisexual".
Offhand, I can't name a textbook on human sexuality that delves into this, but I can look around for one if you like.
Usually, about the sex someone ELSE might be having.
We're immune to violence, that's always great.
But sex is like kryptonite to us.