Wolves At The Gate: Buffy and Satsu Feb 21, 2010 2:30:15 GMT -5
Post by wenxina on Feb 21, 2010 2:30:15 GMT -5
You can't know at 5 if your gay or not. You can't be 5 and kiss someone of the same sex and think oh im gay. And why would you wanna try new things if your straight what your saying sounds like everyone has to try it with the same sex to find out if your gay or not. I think your'e putting my Buffy / Satsu oppinion off topic and you've turned it into real life gay or straight debate. And you've misunderstood my point. the "i dont get it" was in response to the tv comment. Im saying people think hold on i dont get it if your watching a tv show and theres straight characters then for example one night theres a drunken kiss and then the two characters are like oh okay were gay now without having any gay experiances before.... so im not being prejudiced.
Iv'e never known anyone say oh i like girls then randomly go off and have sex with a guy and then be like oh that was fine now i like men. Because thats what your point says to me.
Whats flying the bow even mean? iv'e never heard of that befoere
I'm not turning it into a real life "gay or straight" debate. You did. You based your opinion on what could happen on your own personal experience, and I just provided the flipside. And I'm pretty sure that I said that you don't have to experiment if you don't want to, but if you decide that you don't want to try new things, then you don't get to say that you "don't get it". Because the fact remains that you didn't want to try it. Which is fine. You're just not entitled to that opinion on a solely objective basis.
I'm sorry, as you're not gay, you do not get to dictate my life experiences. I knew at 5 that I liked men. I was more into Prince Eric than I was Princess Ariel. Even at a very primordial level, I knew what I was attracted to, even if I didn't fully understand what it is that I was attracted to. That I figured out when I was 11, but that's another matter altogether.'
I understood your point, and I was making the point that art often imitates life, and in this case, the unexpected happens. Buffy didn't go gay, as you will learn as you continue reading. She did have a gay encounter with Satsu at least twice, but that doesn't make her gay, or even bi, based on the fluid sexual paradigm. Just because you never experienced something like that doesn't nullify its validity.
As for flying the 'bow... it just means that you're not flying the rainbow colors, as in the gay pride flag. Meaning that you're not gay, and therefore, of course you don't understand how gay people work.