UndercoverMan saidWell in my book my BF, who is married to a woman, is certainly a part of the LGBT community as evidenced by the rockin' great gay sex we had this morning, and as far as I'm concerned it's only my opinion and his that counts.
When I was married, also to a woman, I didn't consider myself part of the LGBT community. Now that I'm living as an openly gay man I do.
P.S. I think they are waiting for their 10 yr anniversary to pass before they divorce. They want to throw themselves a party.
Well your situation is a but different. I doubt most of the bisexuals who marry opposite gender spouses are going to be having affairs with people of the same gender on the side. Assuming they stay with monogamous opposite gender spouses I don't really see them as one of us. I'm not saying their sexuality has changed but I'm saying that they might as well be straight because they don't have anything to do with us. What can we offer them? Social acceptance? They've already got it by being in a straight relationship. Is this going to be the fashionable thing to do now? Be with a straight partner but still claim you're part of us? Like having the best if both worlds right? This is why I don't trust bisexual men in relationships. Don't dislike them as people.
Is it just my perception, but an awful lot of your posts are divisive.
Why the them vs. us mentality? What does it accomplish but dividing people? black vs. white, gay vs. straight, minority vs. majority, men vs. women, fems vs. "straight-acting" lesbians vs. gays,
We are all human we all bleed red; if you cut us open I don't think you can differentiate a gay spleen from a straight spleen, a lesbian pancreas from a gay pancreas, a white kidney from a black kidney, a Latino heart from a Chinese heart. We all want better lives, we all want to be happy, we all want to be free to be ourselves.
Let's stop being divisive within our our community first and then the world community. We are all human beings.
I often wish our planet would be invaded by an alien race from a distant galaxy. Then we would put aside our petty differences and come together as one to defend us all. We might be vanquished but for one moment in human history the human race would have cooperated as a whole for the common good of all.
Holy shit! I can't believe all that just came out of me! I knew I shouldn't have eaten granola for breakfast.