Originally Posted by NathanATX
You're totally reading my mind.
Lately, I've been saying I'm bi-curious. I know I'm mostly gay, but an itsy bit bi...
I'm very hesitant to explore the bisexuality aspect because I am really in touch with how overwhelmingly gay... (I know, I know)... I am. Would it be fair/right/ethical to explore that with a woman when I KNOW that I am much
more powerfully/romantically/sexually drawn to men?
However, I've been reading....
My latest book is on bisexual spirituality called "Blessed Bi Spirit." It's fascinating, but of 30 or so chapters only three are written by men, so I'm looking for more balanced bi books.
Interesting stuff, huh?
Nathan (great new pic, btw...you look terrific in red),
Yes, it is "interesting stuff." One of the things I find most interesting is how reality will often call 'truth' into question. As a person who came from a very strict fundamentalist Christian way of thinking, my modus operandi had always been to try and fit reality into the one size fits all fundamentalist interpretation of the Bible. But, I found I kept coming up against reality. What does this have to do with the topic at hand? Well, mostly bisexuality flies in the face of monogamy... yet another sacred cow to slay.
It's not so much of a problem for me since I no longer try to fit "stuff" into a fundamentalist mindset, indeed, I consider the Bible one of many sacred texts written by people trying to figure life out, just as we are. I find I am much more at peace about accepting reality when I don't have laws carved in stone. The rule of love, alive vs. static, works very well I think. I think if we could all live by it, things like bisexuality wouldn't get us all conflicted with ourselves and others.