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I know there is a big difference between Gays and Lesbians on one hand and Bisexuals on the other, and I'm aware of big controversies over some issues. I'm also well aware that many in the GLB communities do not think Trandgendered people have anything to do with them, and viceversa, as well as lots of acrimony(sp?) on both sides of that divide. I also know there's lots of overlap in these categories.
But for the purposes of this poll, I'm lumping all together. It makes for an easier count.
Also I'm posting this on free speech, beacsue these topics tend to spark very passionate debate.
Reposnses to the poll are anonymous, naturally. if you want to add apost to the response, that's fine. But you don't have to.
But in order not to get the Wizard angry, specifically not angry at ne, I'll add that I expected some posts to follow.
This poll might be more relevant in Zodies ... a Vegas bar devoted largely to a clientele that is oft-described as "interesting".
How many of you drag yourself away from the Video Poker machines to ever find out???.
Or away from this site?
Of course, in the context of this topic, "drag" is a very interesting choice of words...
Why do some gays feel the need to flaunt it every chance they get? Here in Connecticut, the top tv station in Hartford, WFSB Channel 3, has a gay weatherman. He is very popular and seems like a nice man. He is also very gay and he won't let anyone forget it even for a minute. He works it into every conversation he possibly can including the weather reports.
Many people like him, some are put off by his antics and some despise him. Me-I just want to know if it's going to snow.
Everyone please excuse my lack of knowledge on this subject. Assuming everyone on this board is at least 21 years old, how could someone answer the poll with "I'm not sure?" When will they be sure? How much trial and error do they need? ...
Asexuality is the only thing I can come up with.
the top tv station in Hartford, WFSB Channel 3, has a gay weatherman. He is very popular and seems like a nice man. He is also very gay and he won't let anyone forget it even for a minute. He works it into every conversation he possibly can including the weather reports. Many people like him...
I think there is a certain new phenomenon of gay fascination that sort of is spreading around, and someone like that can cash in. The show Tosh.O is doing that for sure. Nothing new under the sun, though, we went through Richard Simmons years ago too.
As for me, there seems to be a dearth of information on the subject of homosexuality from the perspectives that interest me. Perhaps a new thread on that later.
For that matter, why did Nareed include such a choice? Perhaps the answer to that question will indicate an answer to your question.Quote: benbakdoff
... how could someone answer the poll with "I'm not sure?"