If there was a cure, would you use it?

  • Hvansuit

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    Dec 21, 2011 3:25 AM GMT
    First of all, i know gay isn't disease to have cure, but it was the best expression i found, so don't waste time arguing.

    I would like to know if u would choose to be straight or be gay and why.

    Well, if i could choose, i would be straight, my life became a shit this year, everybody changed, everything changed... And I'm living now in a city totally different from the one I was born... I used to have many men friends till one guy in my class saw me kissing another guy, now seems that they fear to stay with me, I feel horrible!

    In my city nobody knows (nor my parents) because i stay here just on vacations or holidays. It's a very small city and ppl here seems to live in middle ages and all the gays here are cross-dressers and sell (or already sold) their bodies on highways, so you can imagine how it is... And about my parents, i think my dad would kick me from home, he dislikes gays, and my mom is too religious to truly accept me as gay.
    To me, it's being a punishment... Why peopel that you liked and used to like you too, just to know that you're gay begin to hate you? I'm gay but i never wished to fuck all my friends!

    Well, that was my answer, i would like to know yours because it was consuming myself, i need to know how you dealt with things i said.

    Thanks!

    Hope you all understand everything i said, i'm not fluent in english!
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    Dec 21, 2011 3:27 AM GMT
    At first I think we all kinda wish we were straight, but I wouldn't have it any other way.
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    Dec 21, 2011 3:28 AM GMT
    Hvansuit saidFirst of all, i know gay isn't disease to have cure, but it was the best expression i found, so don't waste time arguing.
    If your first sentence were true, you would have a more accurate depiction of yourself online.
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    Dec 21, 2011 3:29 AM GMT
    Well I think life of a straight person is much more easier than a gay person so definitely straight.
  • Hvansuit

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    Dec 21, 2011 3:41 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    Hvansuit saidFirst of all, i know gay isn't disease to have cure, but it was the best expression i found, so don't waste time arguing.
    If your first sentence were true, you would have a more accurate depiction of yourself online.


    I don't have a better depiction because I did it 30 minutes before asking this and i'm just 19, i don't want to expose myself.

    And thank you for an awesome answer!
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    Dec 21, 2011 3:50 AM GMT
    I would be gay with a capital G-A-Y!

    Straight people generally have boring lives. Get married to someone you don't know as well as you should, have kids who are going to depend on you for an extremely long time, and be dedicated to a job that's not interesting in the least.

    I'd much rather be fabulous and outspoken and provocative, working an amazing career that I love, not having to spare any expenses on those rodents they call children, being in a relationship with someone that has more personality than a rock, and embracing my sexuality and all the freedom from expectations that it allows.
  • ozhanSean

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    Dec 21, 2011 3:56 AM GMT
    I dont care either way! I am gay and used to be ALL gay, but in the past year a lot of women, close friends, have been approaching me and I have had sex with a bunch of them. And it was beautiful.(The strange part is that I am all bottom, but don't mind topping a woman!!!) I am not stuck up on flags and banners. I can make love to anybody if I like them. I prefer men but I wouldn't mind preferring women and still having sex with men. As long as I can have sex with everybody I am fine but I would take no pill that would limit my ability to make love to all sexes!!!!!

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    Dec 21, 2011 4:33 AM GMT
    ricky1987 saidWell I think life of a straight person is much more easier than a gay person so definitely straight.

    Even if straight life may be easier, it isn't half as much fun! I tried to live straight, and I was miserable. After coming out gay I've never been happier in my life, and I would never go back to straight.

    But our OP is in Brazil, and if only for that reason his own circumstances are likely much different, and my fortunate experience may never apply to him. I truly believe in this world of uneven and often hostile treatment of gays the best solution can be a change of scenery.

    To reverse an old saying in English to better suit the gay dilemma: "If you can't beat 'em, leave 'em."

    (Original: If you can't beat them, join them")
  • creature

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    Dec 21, 2011 4:47 AM GMT
    I wouldn't want my sexuality changed.

    I know it's hard, but I think eventually you'll be glad that you no longer count those bigots as your friends. Life is too short and precious to be spending it with negative people. You need to associate yourself with those who contribute positively to your well-being.
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    Dec 21, 2011 4:49 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    ricky1987 saidWell I think life of a straight person is much more easier than a gay person so definitely straight.

    Even if straight life may be easier, it isn't half as much fun! I tried to live straight, and I was miserable. After coming out gay I've never been happier in my life, and I would never go back to straight.

    But our OP is in Brazil, and if only for that reason his own circumstances are likely much different, and my fortunate experience may never apply to him. I truly believe in this world of uneven and often hostile treatment of gays the best solution can be a change of scenery.

    To reverse an old saying in English to better suit the gay dilemma: "If you can't beat 'em, leave 'em."

    (Original: If you can't beat them, join them")


    Of course you were miserable because you weren't honest to yourself then. I am not saying that one should live in closet. I was implying that if sexual orientation was ever an option, my choice would be to live straight. I just think a life of a straight person is relatively easier as one doesnt have to endure discrimination and bigotry in their life and I know I have said it a few times on realjock about how miserable the life of a gay person in India is and I never truly lived a life until I moved to Canada but I have seen the demons and I still think if it was ever a choice, it will be the straight way.
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    Dec 21, 2011 5:27 AM GMT
    No. I like penises so much. xDicon_lol.gif
  • briggscar

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    Dec 22, 2011 5:33 PM GMT
    When I was in the beginning process of coming out, I really had wished that I didn't have to deal with all these uncomfortable feelings. But as time had progressed, I felt more confident and I felt like I have grown so much into a better person. I have become more open minded and since, as we all know, stereotypes and discrimination are strong towards gay people, I found myself to work harder and set higher goals to defy these challenges.
    I'm not saying I am who I am today solely because of my sexual orientation and the experiences I've had with it but it played a huge role in molding my life and myself today. I WON'T take a pill to be straight. I'm not fully out so there's still that scary feeling inside of me but I'm slowly getting over it and I know soon enough, I will be fully out. Many of the most memorable experiences I have is because I am gay. Stay strong man and I hope things get better for you.

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    Dec 22, 2011 5:38 PM GMT
    Even if I were straight I would still take it up the ass.