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IJM isn't gay.

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Not sure if asked yet. But..how did you know you were gay?
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Catcher or pitcher?
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Originally posted by Hitman Hitman wrote:

Catcher or pitcher?

Deffinately not forum appropriate.

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If you were a girl, would you be strait or a lesbian?
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Originally posted by Hitman Hitman wrote:

Catcher or pitcher?

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Originally posted by Cedric Cedric wrote:

IJM isn't gay.

yeaaaaa

Originally posted by PaintballkidEPS PaintballkidEPS wrote:

Not sure if asked yet. But..how did you know you
were gay?

uhh..because i'm attracted to men? just a hunch

Originally posted by WGP guy2 WGP guy2 wrote:

If you were a girl, would you be strait or a lesbian?

i'm not a girl. so i can't say...
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New question don't care about bumpage

This weekend a friend and I were talking about how his friend, not partner, determined he was gay, after he had been married and had three kids. Now the question is, if you got that involved in a relationship with a women, and then you determined you were gay after you got married, had kids etc. would you stay with them or leave?

I found it extremely selfish of the guy, but my friend said that in reality it wasn't so selfish, what if the guy had cheated on his wife instead of telling her and ending the realtionship mutually. I couldn't see this and wanted to know what you would do.

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Seems to me like after 3 kids the guy pretty much has a responsibility to be a father to them, but I guess in todays world that doesn't count for much.
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How is that any different from leaving his wife for another woman?
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Originally posted by Susan Storm Susan Storm wrote:

How is that any different from leaving his wife for another woman?


He didn't say it was.
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Originally posted by Susan Storm Susan Storm wrote:

How is that any different from leaving his wife for another woman?


Only way I could see it being different is in the way that it would really be more respectful to his wife than if he was just leaving her for another woman, in the sense that it is like "I'm sorry but I realized that I'm just not this way" as opposed to "well I do like women... just not you". I would rather someone I loved be with a person they knew they needed to be with. Or so I'd reckon.
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I also didn't say that he left his wife for another man.

He left his wife becuase he had homosexual feelings, not becuase he was with anybody at the time. That to me is pretty selfish, especially when he left at a really bad time for his wife, she lost her father near then.

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Originally posted by Razgriz Ghost Razgriz Ghost wrote:

New question don't care about bumpage


This weekend a friend and I were talking about how his friend, not
partner, determined he was gay, after he had been married and had three
kids. Now the question is, if you got that involved in a relationship with a
women, and then you determined you were gay after you got married,
had kids etc. would you stay with them or leave?


I found it extremely selfish of the guy, but my friend said that in reality
it wasn't so selfish, what if the guy had cheated on his wife instead of
telling her and ending the realtionship mutually. I couldn't see this and
wanted to know what you would do.



In my opinion, he didnt just wake up one day and say "hey, I think I'm
gay".

If all the research on this is correct, he was pressured into being 'straight'
by society. He figured he could pull it off, then realized just how
miserable he was trying to pretend he loved his wife. He finally had
enough and decided to be himself.

Thats just IMO.
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And I kind of agree with that and yet at the same time, if you went through all of the trouble to pretend being straight, I don't know maybe ease her into it, and stay with her until the kids move on?
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Originally posted by Razgriz Ghost Razgriz Ghost wrote:

And I kind of agree with that and yet at the same time, if you went through all of the trouble to pretend being straight, I don't know maybe ease her into it, and stay with her until the kids move on?

And do you think that same standard should also apply to straight men/women leaving their long-time spouses?

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Of course, when did I say otherwise? I'm just asking what he would do in said situation, stick it out or leave. A lot of couples stick it out until it's best, a lot don't but many do. If you acted straight long enough to have three kids, then you can act it a bit longer until a more suitable time, same thing with deciding you don't want to be with someone anymore.

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Originally posted by White o Light White o Light wrote:

Originally posted by Susan Storm Susan Storm wrote:

How is that any different from leaving his wife for another woman?


Only way I could see it being different is in the way that it would really be more respectful to his wife than if he was just leaving her for another woman, in the sense that it is like "I'm sorry but I realized that I'm just not this way" as opposed to "well I do like women... just not you". I would rather someone I loved be with a person they knew they needed to be with. Or so I'd reckon.

Agreed.
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   Why would you be micerable with someone reguardless of sexual orientation. My parents are divorced and civil to each other. I am much happier that they dicorced when i was a kid than to drag out a dead mariage for the sake of "the kids".

   Every dude I know that "there for the kids" either cheats on his spouce and or get's trashed because he cant stand her and slaps her arround. Neither a healthy place for any kid to grow up.

   There isnt nothing more Selfish than i can see than to rob "the kids" of years of happiness because you and your spouce hate each other's guts. And its always just bellow the surface.
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E.E I while I stated that he should've stayed until the kids moved on I wasn't thinking the situation over right, what I meant to say and what I did say but got kicked under the rug in light of the kids comment was why didn't he wait until the wife moved on after the death of her father, why didn't he break it to her slowly, help her get on her own two feet, and make things alright for his would-be family before ending the relationship? 

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