It appears to me that this is less about gender and sexuality and more about respect and intimacy. Perhaps when you find the partner (male or female) who is capable of giving your relationship the same care and attention that you do, you'll be able to define who you are and who you want to become. You might also want to remember to be honest with your partner from the beginning about how you feel and what you're looking for. A great open conversation next to a fireplace beats a screaming break-up outside your parents' house during the holidays hands down. Good luck.
What is pure? I have some great gay friends, but I think it's all in how you treat others, no matter what your orientation. In other words, do you shoot straight and treat your partner with respect, give appropriate affection, and commit yourself to being attentive to their needs?
Yeah I getcha a little
I'm thinking that you're thinking that you might get more wiener if you were gay, and that makes me think that DAMN, you gotta be some kinda ugly!
I definitely understand that. No stupid girl stuff getting in the way of life. It seems like their relationships are the most straightforward.
I don't understand why anyone would want to be a gay man...unless they want to have sex with other men?
It seems to me that even in same sex partnerships couples can take on the typically male/female roles that heterosexuals do...but it is who you are with and the values of the people because any relationship can be equal within the relationship. The only difference I would see beyond one's control may be that women still reach the glass ceiling at work, which can impact what they bring into the household and relationship. What do you think?
Nothing purer than a glory hole, I always say -- cuts out all that silly personal interaction that can sully a relationship