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Gianna Dee

Gianna D.

NEW YORK,
United States

42 posts

Hey so what's your orientation?

I'm a PROUD LESBIAN <3

over 10 years ago

#52
Joffery Hollsworth

Joffery H.

VANCOUVER,
Canada

181 posts

I wouldn't personally say I'm something specific but I suppose I could be called Bi-sexual, only because I dated girls my whole life until two years ago, when I tried guys. And the guy I am with right now I love because of who he is, not because he is a guy.

0 · April 13, 2011

#54
KRYSTELLE C.

KRYSTELLE C.

NEW YORK,
United States

59 posts

Contrary to popular belief, I am straight. A lot of people tend to think I'm bi but I'm really just a little too comftable with my friends.

0 · April 22, 2011

#55
Rcrdo Cifuentes

Rcrdo C.

:),
United States

7 posts

Thats weird! I'm gay but sometimes i like really feel atraction for monica one of my friends

0 · April 24, 2011

#56
Elise :]

Elise :.

SYDNEY,
Australia

926 posts

i'm a biromantic lesbian :)

0 · April 25, 2011

#57
Ariana Corral

Ariana C.

MANILA,
Philippines

235 posts

UH bisexual I think? I'm not really sure lol, I only see myself dating men but I get attracted to girls too LOL. Although I would never have a relationship with a woman =)

0 · April 25, 2011

#58
Kirsty M

Kirsty M.

WALES,
United Kingdom

368 posts

I'm not sure. I generally want relationships with men and I find them attractive but I also really fancy women and find them attractive, but I couldn't see myself in a relationship with another woman?

0 · April 25, 2011

#59
Richard Ramirez

Richard R.

LOS ANGELES,
United States

249 posts

Gay :D

0 · April 25, 2011

#61
Dorcas Good

Dorcas G.

PLANET EARTH...,
Mexico

372 posts

i'm not attracted to anything in a sexual way, but when it comes to visiual i enjoy anything beautiful from where i'm standing...

0 · April 26, 2011

#62
M Island

M I.

THE DEEP SOUTH,
Sweden

6 posts

bisexual. i have had relationships with both sexes, and the quality of the relationships depended on the partners heart, not their gender.

0 · May 1, 2011

#64
Cassandra Manansala

Cassandra M.

CALIFORNIA,
United States

173 posts

Men.<3
but goddamn, some women are...AHHH!!!!!(;

0 · May 2, 2011

#65
Sara B

Sara B.

ATLANTA,
United States

80 posts

I love this! I've had extensive discussions about how one can be genderless. Of course you have a sex, you are a man, but that just determines your biology. I've always struggled to understand how one can feel genderless because genderization starts even before we are born: our parents choosing our names, buying our clothes, etc... It just seems to me so hard to escape gender because to me, gender dictates many aspects of our lives (or mine at least).

Could you please tell me more?

I'm sorry, but I'm just obsessed with gender studies.

0 · May 2, 2011

#67
Sara B

Sara B.

ATLANTA,
United States

80 posts

Thank you!
So do you just feel genderless because you don't necessarily follow society's gender guidelines as far as sexuality and dressing? Or do you also feel like you d fall in the middle of the gender spectrum? Or is it simply gender variance?

Sorry again for asking so many things and sorry if I'm being confusing.

genderspectrum.org/understanding-gender

0 · May 2, 2011

#69
Sara B

Sara B.

ATLANTA,
United States

80 posts

The last sentence makes so much sense, but I guess it's just hard for me to understand how one can escape from it. I think that's great though because that is true: we are just human. Gender is a social construct.

0 · May 2, 2011

#71
Ciara P

Ciara P.

CLEVELAND, OH,
United States

3 posts

i'm pansexual :)

0 · May 19, 2011

#72
Elisa Gonçalves

Elisa G.

BRAGA,
Portugal

18 posts

i feel like this too.

0 · May 19, 2011

#74
Kyle James Jammeson Prosser

Kyle James J.

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
United States

247 posts

Open minded :x.

0 · May 19, 2011

#75
Tommie Mason

Tommie M.

NORWICH,
United Kingdom

100 posts

Im Gay (happy) to say im proud to be Gay :) ahahah

0 · May 20, 2011

#76
Nanna H

Nanna H.

REYKJAVíK,
Iceland

198 posts

@Kyle James J.

this

we're young, why is this something one has to decide so early?

0 · May 20, 2011

#77
Shaz Omg

Shaz O.

United Kingdom

1316 posts

i've never heard of "asexual" and "demisexual"...What is it?

0 · May 21, 2011

#80
He said, - Come hither, sucka! Unto the Lord

He said, - Come hither, sucka! U.

NORWAY,
Norway

298 posts

Straight.

0 · June 10, 2011

#81
A S.

A S.

THE FUTURE,
United States

544 posts

I have a friend who is "neutral," but that just means he's "asexual."

As for me, I'd like to say I'm bisexual, even though I like guys way more. My sexual orientation is complicated.

0 · June 10, 2011

#82
Cole S

Cole S.

PORTLAND,
United States

120 posts

lesbian

0 · June 11, 2011

#83
Ludovica G

Ludovica G.

ROME,
Italy

101 posts

straight

0 · June 11, 2011

#84
Ommi B.

Ommi B.

Germany

53 posts

how do you mean youre "proud" to be ......? i mean you can be gay, bi, asexual etc i respect that absolutely!
but what does it mean you are proud? kind of sounds like your sexual orientation is better then others but i think you cant say that :)

by the way im straight :p

0 · June 11, 2011

#85
Sabi S

Sabi S.

NOWHERE,
United Kingdom

351 posts

straight

0 · June 11, 2011

#86
A S.

A S.

THE FUTURE,
United States

544 posts

@Ommi B.

It usually just means the person is not ashamed of his/her sexual orientation. It might mean that, and sometimes that they embrace it or whatever. It's like saying you're proud of being an ethnicity or having ____ eyes/hair/whatever, because it's part of you.

0 · June 12, 2011

#87
Dan Likurci

Dan L.

CAMPINAS, SAO PAULO,
Brazil

5 posts

Well That's Easy ... Answer Without Thinking ... Well ... Well .. Well .. What was the Question? Laughs! Okay, kidding ... Gay and I'm very, but very proud!

0 · June 15, 2011

#88
Bethany D

Bethany D.

BOURNEMOUTH,
United Kingdom

206 posts

well, I would describe myself as bi-sexual, but the thought of sex with a guy kind of, idk, well, i'd much rather have sex with a girl, but i'd rather be in a relationship with a guy.. hmm

0 · June 15, 2011

#89
Randi Joan

Randi J.

NEW YORK, NY,
United States

2397 posts

dude i think i'm asexual. it's hard to explain. i don't have a clue anymore.

0 · July 5, 2011

#90
Adriana Gastélum

Adriana G.

MEXICO LIVING IN BARCELONA,
Spain

33 posts

bisexual :D

0 · July 5, 2011

#91
Hayley R

Hayley R.

BELGIUM,
Belgium

11 posts

i'm straight

but what is asexual?
first time i see it :)

0 · July 5, 2011

#92
A S.

A S.

THE FUTURE,
United States

544 posts

@Hayley R.

It means not being attracted to either gender. I have a friend like that.

0 · July 7, 2011

#93
Hayley R

Hayley R.

BELGIUM,
Belgium

11 posts

@A S.

haha,ok thankyou,
tough i'm not sure i really understand :D

0 · July 17, 2011

#95
A S.

A S.

THE FUTURE,
United States

544 posts

@Hayley R.

Just imagine yourself not caring about people flirting with you or not getting back at them when they do it- I guess that's how I can explain it. It might be a hormonal thing though, idk.

0 · July 17, 2011

#96
Danie G..

Danie G.

1932,
United States

441 posts

Straight, have to say pretty straight.

0 · July 17, 2011

#97
R C

R C.

NEW YORK,
United States

150 posts

Straight. However, sexually, I wouldnt mind dipping my toes in the other pool.

0 · July 19, 2011

#98
ANITA T

ANITA T.

MINNEAPOLIS,
United States

278 posts

Straight

0 · July 19, 2011

#99
Hayley R

Hayley R.

BELGIUM,
Belgium

11 posts

@A S.

I understand :D haha thank you!
but seems weird to me..

0 · July 21, 2011

  

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