"Gay? I used to be gay, but it wasn't me, and I've since moved on" - Richard Burton
But I still have roots in the LGBT and feminist communities. I've long been active in Minn NOW. EDIT: My church is an offshoot of the local MCC church. The closest that I have ever come to a committed relationship when I was gay-active was the 3 years that I spent with Lynn, who grew up as Alan.
I generally feel much more at home with gay men than str8. In my heart of heart, I would say that I feel a lot in common with lesbians, but it is usually easier to just pass as a str8 guy. And of course I always find tomboys attractive.
Most of what I am relating has to do with what I have learned by observation, and when I was active in bi groups. I suppose I was one of those who was as yet undefined.
Some experts claim that women can be more truly bisexual than men can. They probably have a point there.
Peace, Bruce Chris
"Christianity is not about what you believe, it is about how you treat other people; - with God's love"
Last edited by BruceChris; 10-04-2009 at 07:42 AM.