Re: [Yuricon] Re: MIT lecture report - short
- I have always looked at gay strait like a shade bar(
abar that black on one end and white on the other)
and everybody is somewhere in there as varing shade of
Tim II- Challenger
--- Shannon Stricof <shanami632@...> wrote:
> Ya know, that actually makes a lotta sense to me,
> for some strange reason I find Joseph Gordon Hewitt
> ( I think thats his name) incredibly attractive,
> even if he is a guy. Oh well, I'm way too busy to
> try and figure out what's going on in my head, much
> less try and understand it.
> -Shannon Ami
> Ryogachan@... wrote:In a message dated
> 2/26/2003 5:22:33 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> alecto_fury@... writes:
> (what the hell is "post-gay?" and why do people use
> I recall hearing someone offer the theory once
> that all people have a little bisexuality in them
> and that most people aren't completely straight or
> gay, rather everyone bears a little attraction for
> both sexes, some people more for one or the other.
> It was suggested that if people realize this then
> people won't be considered using the words
> "straight" or "gay" anymore.
> Now, I'm not saying that I agree or disagree
> with this theory, I'm just offering it as something
> that I remembered hearing when I saw the question.
> So don't try to argue with me please, I'm just
> repeating what I heard. ^.^
> * ~ Kes ^.~*
> the first word that came was "dream"... it came to
> me while I lay sleeping... and the darkness deep
> inside of my heart... was gently driven away
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