Does this make me a bad person?

Cinnyree Cinnyree
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How horrible is it that i am more likely to follow a bisexual female contributor than anyone else? is there a name for that? Orientaion-ist?
08/26/2012
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Ansley Ansley
I suppose it depends on why that is...but it would just make you prejudiced against other orientations. Which seems to be a theme among the masses, so...yeah I'm going to stop talking now.
08/27/2012
Geogeo Geogeo
I'm not offended by it
08/27/2012
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
I agree with Stormy, it depends on why you're more likely to follow them. Is it because you feel the reviews/articles/discu ssions they contribute are more relevant to you? I know I don't usually follow males for this reason. As a female, I don't have much use for male toys so I don't follow a large amount of males.
08/27/2012
Cinnyree Cinnyree
i am in no way against people that are not bisexual females. In honest life i have very few bisexual friends(maybe 2). I have just noticed that it's like a red flag. somewhere in my head i think "ooooh i don't know many people like that i wonder if we would have more in common.
As to stormy, i think it may be the other way around. I want to be friends with more bisexuals than "normal" because they don't think like the masses.
I dont think there is such a thing as normal. I think everything is subject to opinion. I have never been anything other than heterosexual in my sex life. I only consider myself bi because I'm not against the thought.
I dont ever want to be any form of prejudiced. I would never turn anyone down for anything because they were different from me. I guess i just assume they are more open minded when they are bi.
I have decided there are many terms on this site that i should google. I never knew there was such a thing as "pansexual" before i came to this site. I hope everyone on this site helps me grow into a better person
08/27/2012
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Cinnyree
i am in no way against people that are not bisexual females. In honest life i have very few bisexual friends(maybe 2). I have just noticed that it's like a red flag. somewhere in my head i think "ooooh i don't know many people like that ... More
What I meant by that was that people usually congregate with others they feel will be accepting of them and their ideas and values. It's a basic biological instinct and it's a natural response. It's when people start actively shunning others who are different that it becomes a problem.
08/27/2012
SubmissiveFeminist SubmissiveFeminist
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Originally posted by Cinnyree
i am in no way against people that are not bisexual females. In honest life i have very few bisexual friends(maybe 2). I have just noticed that it's like a red flag. somewhere in my head i think "ooooh i don't know many people like that ... More
I'm pansexual and I find that I am more likely to follow someone that is LGBT because we usually have more in common, but I don't purposely not follow straight users.

I think as long as you do it for reasons such as relatable reviews (i.e. strap-ons with female-female experiences, etc) than it's not discrimination. I've become more open with following, and now I do it based more on ranking so I know if they will be writing reviews and being active. =)
08/27/2012
Cinnyree Cinnyree
actually i just did a breakdown and its not as bad as i thought...need to find more guys to follow though
08/27/2012
CindyH CindyH
it does not make you bad
08/28/2012
GONE! GONE!
Bad? No, I don't think so. I tend to follow more LGBTQ people because I am queer myself, personally.
08/28/2012
vanilla&chocolate vanilla&chocolate
I don't think it's bad at all. You're simply following these contributors because you identify with them. That's not a bad thing!
09/21/2012
PepperPot PepperPot
I don't really see a problem with it.. why shouldn't you follow whoever you want?
09/29/2012
Kenneth Fort Kenneth Fort
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Originally posted by Cinnyree
How horrible is it that i am more likely to follow a bisexual female contributor than anyone else? is there a name for that? Orientaion-ist?
Does it matter?
10/02/2012
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