No actually I'm quite content not to have a sexualised chat.
I stated LGBT because I've been in a relationship for 3 years and haven't spoken to a new lesbian in that time so it might be nice to catch up on the new gay world
sweetheart you have to understand that love is a bond and if the other person doesn't feel the same way just know that some people in your life are just meant to be friends and that's all and also know that there's someone out there that will love you deeply and unconditionally that you'll forget all the rejections you've had.
@XxLilLolaxX well to be fair he is excersising his freedom of speech just like you are. And I fully support LGBT community but at the same time I find is sad they feel the need to make a month about themselves. People just should not be assholes to each other regardless of beliefs.
@elizabethh i would say you need to have a very honest conversation with your partner or put it to the back of your mind while the relationship lasts. It's ok to have fantasies but not good for a relationship if you act on them unilaterally. It sounds quite the dilemma for you, i wish you luck in resolving it