Sexual Orientation

Sexual Orientation is the way in which one expresses oneself, sexually in relation to others.  The lasting (more than 2 weeks) emotional, romantic, sexual or intimate feelings at all levels (psychologically, physically, intellectually and spiritually) one has for individuals of a specific gender. The three sexual orientations are: homosexual, bisexual and heterosexual (straight). The homosexual orientation has two identities, that of gay man or lesbian woman. A gay man is a man who has romantic, sexual and intimate feelings for (or a love relationship with) another man (or men) and identifies with being gay. A lesbian woman (some do not like the word, so prefer to be called gay women) is a woman who has romantic, sexual and intimate feelings for (or a love relationship with) another woman (or women) and identifies with being lesbian (or gay woman). A bisexual is an individual who has romantic, sexual, intimate feelings for (or a love relationship with) someone of the same sex and/or with someone of the opposite sex. Note, being bisexual doesn’t mean that they will have these feelings at the same time or with an equal amount of attraction to both sexes. Or that these individuals are promiscuous.

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