Being bisexual in a homo/hetero world: A story of prejudices

Okay with both

The discourse about homosexuality in a hetero-normative world has gone on for ages. Homosexuality has reached a certain point of acceptance and most people feel more uncomfortable with the way how some people of the gay/lesbian community point out their preferences than with the preferences themselves.

I myself have no interest in another persons sexual orientation and preferences and practices, as long as anyone involved agrees on whatever (this excludes animals, children and other individuals that are not able to make decisions about their sexual behavior). Why someone who is over his teen years needs to shout out his interests like that is a mystery to me. I don’t mind someone mentioning the gender of his partner, I’m talking about that kind of people who introduce themselves with words like “Hi I’m gay”.

Hi Gay, I’m Not-Giving-A-Fuck” is from my point of view a totally appropriate answer to that.

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Girl’s Dreams and Boy’s Worlds. On early gender stereotypes.

On early gender stereotypesAs a soon-to-be-mom I spend plenty of my time on shopping for all the things a little baby needs.

While my initial thought was that what a baby first and foremost needs is an environment that will create a feeling of security, all the websites and stores teach me wrong.

What my baby will need is apparently pink princess dresses if it’s a girl or blue onesies with cars on it, if it’s a boy.

As of now, I don’t know which sex my baby will be born with, and I don’t want to know either. What I know is that it likes to wake up around 5am starting the day with a nice workout in my belly. I know it moves a lot more in rhythm when I play Cello Music to it (such as Apocalyptica) and it seems to dislike Punk, cause it’s movements hurt when I listen to that (well maybe it’s just that it pogos). I know that I’ll love it no matter what, same as it’s dad.

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