PalmerDawn said:For now I'll be confused, (Can I Say Bi-Curious?) because I know in my heart whatever I Am, isn't wrong or bad. & I Know That No matter what I always have people I can turn too. :]
SpeedSuicune said:Yeah... I guess I'm also confused at the moment. xD I thought I was gay, but lately, I've starting leaning more towards bisexual. I dunno. I find it hard to say I'm either one, really. :/
Yeah... I guess I'm also confused at the moment. xD I thought I was gay, but lately, I've starting leaning more towards bisexual. I dunno. I find it hard to say I'm either one, really. :/
Woah, lots of new members. o: nice. Welcome, everyone! Glad to see more people joining the club! :3
When I was confused, there was one thing that really helped me once I heard it, so I guess I'll just say that and see if it helps you as much as it did me. Everyone, whether they admit it or not, gets confused at one point or another. Don't worry about it. At the end of the day, you have your entire life to figure out who you "are," and honestly, if you just relax about it and continue on you'll find out what really makes you tick before you know it. Don't worry about labels such as gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, whatever. You don't have to put yourself into such a limiting box; just know that you're you, and eventually, that may include an affinity for a single gender or both.
That's basically what got me through my entire confusion was when I realized that labels were so limiting. Just know that you're more unique than any label can give, so just know that new experiences and exceptions will always occur through out life. Don't fret it. ;3 You'll all discover yourselves eventually.
Sometimes I think my friends wished I was a more stereotypical "gay friend"....it is wierd and kinda embarrassing
hello =] I hardly post stuff here.. coz i dunno what to say, lol, nya~
A lesbian Hamlet? How does that work? It must have been a very loose adaptation.And, for some humor in this post, the adaptation of Hamlet I just worked on had Hamlet as a lesbian. In addition to doing the lighting and sound design, I became the "lesbian consultant" for the show. Obviously it was a joke, but we all had a good time working on the show.