• United States
15 Nov 07
From what I've seen and from my personal experience, most homosexuals have experienced some form of confusion. I know that I like men and women, but then, it gets into other issues. For example, what is my type of woman? I have to define that and look at women from a different standpoint because I have not always thought that it was okay to like women. A lot of time, I think the confusion comes from society and we tend to internalize the views that we grew up believing. By starting our own personal journey and finding our own truth are we able to understand ourselves and our sexuality.
• United States
22 Jul 07
Let me just same something short and sweet. This is not to offend anyone. It seams to me that the people that you are hanging out with are not the ones that are sexually confused. You might what to step back and look at the question or statement that you just made. It looks to me that your friends know who they are.
7 Jul 07
You should not go with friends because they are homosexual or lesbian. You should go with people because you like to be with them and don't assume. I am sure many heterosexual people are loving and kind. Many homosexuals and lesbians are that way because they have problems: a mother who was not really a mother, but a clinger, the one who does not want to let go of her little boy who grows up not expecting a girl friend but a mother. Then there is the harsh father who beats up his daughter so she does not trust men. The way they are is because of the way they were brought up. There is a happy medium. The term "mother's boy " can be taken to the extreme= resulting in a homosexual.