The way I see it, it's more of an attraction of those who you love. As a bisexual, I guess I get the best of both, in a way. If I ever get married, I get married, it all depends on who I fall in love with in the end. Sure people do things for pleasure and the like, but thats pleasure for you, it's not really love.
I'm not a religious person, to be honest, but one of the best messages that is usually ignored from numerous religious groups is Jesus's parables to teach forgiveness, acceptance, and love amongst nature and human beings. For me, that message of love is what's most important, so I see it as more than physical attraction, but whoever you fall in love with.
I guess i'm lucky becuase I live in New York, it's more accepting than most places, plus a lot of people I find don't really care. But then again, New Yorkers wouldn't care if you have green skin and two extra arms if you walked down the street.Even though I live in a town that is not exactly gay-friendly, I've fortunately never had to face too much discrimination or bashing, but it is still bad enough that I still have to keep my closet on hand every now and then for protection. I'm curious as to how everyone else manages to cope in these kind of situations.
By the way, ive been gone for a while, whats up everyone?