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Sexuality is something which causes great pleasure and much pain almost as much so as love Discovering your sexuality or even having sex for the first time can cause pleasure and pain regardless of sexual orientation I would imagine its difficult for our gay brothers and sisters to have to deal with their sexual orientation Most people look down on it and see it as wrong and you have to deal with stereotypes that are usually negative Im sure its not easy to hear majority of todays youth running around calling each other fags when they make fun of each other Nobody likes to be called names and its even worse to be persecuted for simply being who you are But it has to bring happiness at some point in order for them to put up with so much negativity The sexuality choice that makes the least sense to me is bisexuality Its ok for women if not completely encouraged However guys still get labeled as fags but they like women too So why do that to yourself If youre going to be gay and get looked down on for being that way then be gay but dont take heterosexual women away from heterosexual guys thats just greedy Once you determine your sexuality the next part is actually engaging in it For most heterosexual guys the first time is not that big of a deal aside from the fact that now instead of spending of the day thinking about sex its all you think about For girls though there is a bit more of an emotional attachment Ask any guy who wasnt a total jerk about sleeping with someone for the first time how easy it was to have sex with that girl again I have noticed that if a guy sleeps with a girl and is her first after they break up that guy can still have sex with that girl with no strings
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