I find it kind of funny that we are all expected to be heterosexuals, or straight when we're first born. It just proves that we're always expected to do the "right" thing. Quite honestly the right thing is what you believe it to be. I feel that love is something emotional and not physical. There shouldn't be any physical boundaries to the standards of love. That emotional connection is what counts. If a PERSON can make you laugh, make you forget about all your insecurities, and just over all make you flat out happy, that is love. I think that if a man can make another man feel loved, go for it. Same goes for two girls, or even a heterosexual couple. But why should we label love? It's not a soup can, it's an emotion!! And we shouldn't expect someone to be straight just because it's "normal". Honestly, the world should look at it as "they found someone to make them feel loved, how wonderful." I guess since weve been fooled into believing something thats not is why the majority of people cant. I find it funny, how they preach about spreading love, but they can hate someone for loving. This world's just complicated, sometimes very confusing, but I just try to make the best of it...Anyone else agree??
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