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S ome of us can easily describe ourselves as gay, straight or bisexual, but other people find these static labels inadequate. A recent YouGov survey found that almost half of young people aged between 18 and 24 in the UK do not consider themselves exclusively gay or straight.

Zero represents exclusively heterosexual, three equally heterosexual and homosexual, and six exclusively homosexual. We asked people to tell us about their sexual preferences, history, behaviour, thoughts and beliefs, and then asked them to plot themselves on the Kinseyscale. I have lots of homosexual friends and have experienced flirtations and attraction to the same gender.

But when it comes to sexual desire, I have no doubts who I prefer. I started to think about sex when I was about nine years old. I think it is a question of understanding your own nature, by thinking and testing, and then just be courageous to be who you are. You certainly never know what may happen when you meet exceptional people.

Freedom to choose is the most important ingredient to reach a healthy society. The imposition of certain behavioural codes is damaging and does not help people to be who they are, particularly if they do not fit prescribed categories. The things I love about my husband have nothing to do with him being a man but the person he is, so those things could just as easily be found in a woman.

Sexuality cannot fit into a box. Surely attraction and love has more to do with the person than their gender? Things can change in life and you are attracted to people for such a vast variety of reasons, some of which we are not even aware of that surely ticking a box cannot sum up that experience. I am a Christian who was always taught that homosexuality was a sin. I now believe that there is nothing wrong with it, but that I believe God loves commitment, love and a serving heart in a relationship.

Even as I say this, I recognise how ridiculous it sounds. While I am a heterosexual, I have always found lesbian pornography more arousing than the other genres of pornography.

But I have always felt I was heterosexual. As a teenager there was the odd doubt, mostly because I was one of those loner, oddball types at school and being weird was often seen as a symptom — I use the term symptom because being gay was seen effectively as an illness at my school — of being gay.

But I knew deep down I was heterosexual. With the statement that sexuality exists along a continuum rather than a zero or a six, heterosexual or homosexual, I do believe sexuality is a fluid thing. While I have no interest in a relationship with a man, the thought of kissing or even giving oral sex to another male is one I have often found pleasurable.

That the idea of homosexuality was simply wrong. Although I am mainly attracted to women, if I were single I would be open to exploring my sexuality in a way I never did when younger. So my Kinsey score of one could become a two. Certainly my fantasies are not always heterosexual. Although openness to sexuality depends very much on your social conditioning, religion and political views, in the absence of these factors, it would be interesting to see what instinct dictates.

Although I identify as bisexual, my tendency is towards the opposite sex. In saying that, I am open to the possibility of this changing over time and with new experiences. It was only when I was comfortably in a relationship with my current girlfriend that I had the time to reflect on my thoughts towards men. Having sexual gratification without constantly seeking out a new sexual partner gives you the space to reflect on your own sexuality. I would hate to think that a part of me would need to be kept hidden, even if it appears irrelevant to my current situation.

I agree with the statement that sexuality exists along a continuum as the rigidity of zero-to-six negates the nuance and changeability of sexuality. I think that the more open one is to the malleability of their own sexuality, the more likely they are to entertain the idea of sexuality outside of the binary. I identify as bisexual. I started doing this in my early twenties, just after leaving university. Being at university around other young, open-minded people allowed me to think about my sexuality and to discuss it with others.

At the same time though, if that person began to have feelings for someone outside of their professed gender or sexuality, that sets them up for a pretty hard time trying to work through those feelings.

The Kinsey scale should only be there as an illustrative example of the fluidity of sexuality, not some other peg to hang your sex hat on. I have had relationships with both men and women and, although now married to a man, I continue to be attracted to both sexes, more or less equally. It should just be as boring and run of the mill as having dark hair versus blonde hair or freckles instead of tanned skin.

Each individual has the right to explore their own sexual or romantic preferences without having to label themselves as homo or heterosexual, which I think can be quite negative. I have only had relationships with woman and only have romantic fantasies about women. I realised I was attracted to women when I was around 13, and men around But I think my ideas and feelings about my sexuality have been constantly changing since I was aware of having any sexuality.

Because people in between exist. I think that this means that people can find themselves attracted to people of all sexes, even if they have a preference for masculine or feminine people. I have been in a committed relationship with a woman for the last five years. The majority of my relationships have been lesbian, but I do still find the opposite sex attractive. I decided on my sexuality age 18 after many years of torturing myself for not falling cleanly on one side of the fence or the other.

I believe our sexuality is constantly evolving as we live our lives. Which does not mean that I think we choose our orientation, I think that we are all born with the potential to fall in love with anyone of any gender or sexuality. My Kinsey rating has changed over the last decade since I first discovered I was interested in women when I was about 15 or 16 years old. I preferred boys when I was 10 years old or so. I am sexually attracted by men. Only a man can make me feel sexually aroused truly.

I am sort of excited if I happen to be very close to a woman in an intimate situation. To put oneself into a box and to remain there. But still, you can always have a go at them.

The worst thing that can happen is them telling you: I previously identified as bisexual, but I am increasingly only attracted to women though I am married to a man. My attraction is more physical, emotional, and sensual than exclusively sexual. I had my first homosexual experience when I was abused as child. I came out as gay in my early 20s, then dated men as it seemed much easier and hid my attraction to women for most of my 20s.

In my early 30s, I identified as mostly gay to my friends and colleagues, again, despite being married to a man. Binaries have only served to divide us, making sexuality something that needs to be declared as gay or straight for people to be able to put us into boxes or pigeon-holes, as Kinsey would have said. And all this while having a healthy sexual relationship with my husband. Sexuality, like the other senses changes dynamically and over time. Although I can recognise an attractive woman, I have never been sexually attracted to one, only to men.

I would therefore rate myself as exclusively homosexual. Because I am one end of the spectrum, I find it difficult to imagine a continuum. To me falling in love involves sexual attraction and for me that is only ever going to be with men.

I have always been attracted to my own sex. I feel no sexual or romantic attraction whatsoever to the opposite sex. When I was a teenager I learnt, through the bigotry of the people around me, that my attraction towards other boys was wrong and that I was a pervert: In the early nineties, living in the shadow of the Aids epidemic, educated under the restrictions of Section 28 and before the age of the internet how was I to know any better other than the courage of my own convictions?

I felt like, and to this day as far as I know, I was the only gay in the village. For me there was never a question about my sexuality, the only really decision was if I was going to be honest with myself and those around me. This was, in the face of such open bigotry, no easy choice and not one made without a price to be paid. I welcome the fact that the generation that followed mine was able to make freer choices to be themselves and not be so constrained by the hostility I grew up in.

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Likewise the same is true for you while you are caring for your loved one. Remember that you have yourself—and probably others—to care for as well. There are so many questions: Bipolar disorder is tough. You also have to find a healthy balance when it comes to the support you offer.

Learn to take things in stride, one day at a time. Now, you have some valuable points to ponder as you help your loved one pursue recovery.

The reward is a brighter, happier future—for everyone involved. ITS so sad,facing the pain depression all alone. It sounds like your family and friends dont understand bipolar disorder.

When you think about moving think about a. Support group and leaving the past behind for a fresh start. I have always gone for counseling, to my psychiatrist, take my meds. What I need most is encouraging words not silence. I have expressed to them that the silence treatment is most detrimental to my moods. I feel the vultures circling overhead.. It feels as though this would be best for THEM. I, too, have bipolar disorder. I finally have an Appt with a T in a nearby town. Do you see anyone?

There are numerous times I wish my husband could see himself through my eyes…. The loving, compassionate, silly, courageous, loving…….. Instead he throws me out like trash. O what i would give for him to accept my unconditional love and work together to battle his monster. Many people fear a diagnosis I want to talk today about bipolar disorder and occupational therapy. For many years in the Although you may be worried about a friend walking away due to your bipolar disorder symptoms, it can help to remember you share mutual trust.

I have to admit something—I have a huge fear of wearing out my friendships because of bipolar disorder. The same medicines do not work for all of us, nor do we all even have the same type of bipolar.

Fall , family , friends , spotlight , support , support group. He can be reached at info atlantamoodsupport. Pat July 23, at 7: Dbeeh March 13, at 5: Pat July 23, at 9: L February 8, at 4: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Please do not use your full name, as it will be displayed. It was only when I was comfortably in a relationship with my current girlfriend that I had the time to reflect on my thoughts towards men.

Having sexual gratification without constantly seeking out a new sexual partner gives you the space to reflect on your own sexuality. I would hate to think that a part of me would need to be kept hidden, even if it appears irrelevant to my current situation.

I agree with the statement that sexuality exists along a continuum as the rigidity of zero-to-six negates the nuance and changeability of sexuality.

I think that the more open one is to the malleability of their own sexuality, the more likely they are to entertain the idea of sexuality outside of the binary. I identify as bisexual. I started doing this in my early twenties, just after leaving university. Being at university around other young, open-minded people allowed me to think about my sexuality and to discuss it with others.

At the same time though, if that person began to have feelings for someone outside of their professed gender or sexuality, that sets them up for a pretty hard time trying to work through those feelings. The Kinsey scale should only be there as an illustrative example of the fluidity of sexuality, not some other peg to hang your sex hat on.

I have had relationships with both men and women and, although now married to a man, I continue to be attracted to both sexes, more or less equally. It should just be as boring and run of the mill as having dark hair versus blonde hair or freckles instead of tanned skin. Each individual has the right to explore their own sexual or romantic preferences without having to label themselves as homo or heterosexual, which I think can be quite negative.

I have only had relationships with woman and only have romantic fantasies about women. I realised I was attracted to women when I was around 13, and men around But I think my ideas and feelings about my sexuality have been constantly changing since I was aware of having any sexuality. Because people in between exist. I think that this means that people can find themselves attracted to people of all sexes, even if they have a preference for masculine or feminine people.

I have been in a committed relationship with a woman for the last five years. The majority of my relationships have been lesbian, but I do still find the opposite sex attractive. I decided on my sexuality age 18 after many years of torturing myself for not falling cleanly on one side of the fence or the other. I believe our sexuality is constantly evolving as we live our lives. Which does not mean that I think we choose our orientation, I think that we are all born with the potential to fall in love with anyone of any gender or sexuality.

My Kinsey rating has changed over the last decade since I first discovered I was interested in women when I was about 15 or 16 years old. I preferred boys when I was 10 years old or so. I am sexually attracted by men. Only a man can make me feel sexually aroused truly. I am sort of excited if I happen to be very close to a woman in an intimate situation. To put oneself into a box and to remain there. But still, you can always have a go at them.

The worst thing that can happen is them telling you: I previously identified as bisexual, but I am increasingly only attracted to women though I am married to a man. My attraction is more physical, emotional, and sensual than exclusively sexual. I had my first homosexual experience when I was abused as child. I came out as gay in my early 20s, then dated men as it seemed much easier and hid my attraction to women for most of my 20s.

In my early 30s, I identified as mostly gay to my friends and colleagues, again, despite being married to a man. Binaries have only served to divide us, making sexuality something that needs to be declared as gay or straight for people to be able to put us into boxes or pigeon-holes, as Kinsey would have said.

And all this while having a healthy sexual relationship with my husband. Sexuality, like the other senses changes dynamically and over time. Although I can recognise an attractive woman, I have never been sexually attracted to one, only to men.

I would therefore rate myself as exclusively homosexual. Because I am one end of the spectrum, I find it difficult to imagine a continuum. To me falling in love involves sexual attraction and for me that is only ever going to be with men. I have always been attracted to my own sex.

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