As Tom Voelk says, "those who dismiss it as a chick car have never driven one." Amen!
You can kiss and play around with whoever you want or like and it doesn't mean anything. But, in my own life, who you fall in love with determines your sexual orientation.
Having said that, I know that many bisexual guys tend to fall in love with women but often enjoy sex more with men. However, that is not my experience so I leave it to them to explain their experiences.
Just another reason we don't give up on anyone: Prop 8 attorney's views are evolving after his stepdaughter came out
The lawyer who argued before the supreme court in favor of upholding California's ban on gay marriage learned while he was handling the case that one of his children is gay and now is helping her plan her wedding with another woman.
Attorney Charles Cooper says his view of same-sex marriage is evolving after having argued in court that gay unions could undermine marriages between a man and a woman.
The revelation is an unexpected footnote in the years-long debate over Proposition 8, the California measure struck down by the supreme court last year. It is also offers a glimpse, through the eyes of one family, of the country's rapidly shifting opinions of gay marriage, with most public polls now showing majorities in favor of allowing the unions.
Cooper learned that his stepdaughter Ashley was gay as the Proposition 8 case wound its way through appellate court, according to a forthcoming book about the lengthy legal battle. And with the supreme court ruling now behind him, Cooper cast his personal opinion on gay marriage as an evolving process.
"My views evolve on issues of this kind the same way as other people's do, and how I view this down the road may not be the way I view it now, or how I viewed it 10 years ago," Cooper said in journalist Jo Becker's book "Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality."
Cooper's words are reminiscent of the language President Obama used throughout his first term to describe his "evolving" views on gay marriage. In 2012, Obama announced publicly that he did, in fact, support the rights of same-sex couples to marry.
"Don't wait. Take advantage of everything that you have in front of you. Don’t wait because you’re scared. Don’t wait until you’re 35 or 40 years old and done playing the sport that you love. Because it’s stressful to live that way. I cried most of the nights when I was in the closet just because it starts to take a toll on you just because you’re worried about how people are going to think about you and what they’re going to say about you. Take advantage of it now. It’s going to make your life so much easier."-- UMASS basketball player Derrick Gordon,