Before I start, this is not a debate on being gay as a choice or birth in general. This is a discussion on a specific scenario.
I was in the “outdoors research center” at the office with a friend was relaying a situation with a relative.
The relative (let’s call her Lisa for simplicity) is a big girl.
She is also young, a minor in fact and she likes boys.
The downside is that her perception, real or not, is that her weight leaves her unattractive to those boys.
In this process of desire and lack of reciprocation she has decided that she is lesbian, bi-sexual at least.
This brought me to wonder if and how often people (I suspect predominantly women) choose by being adaptive to be gay.
While I am supportive of the community, I am not a member so I am quite a bit out of the loop. Perhaps some of our friends may have more insight to share on this.
Do you know people in this situation? (are YOU in a similar situation?)
Do they seem happy in general or does there seem to be a longing to spend their time and intimacy with someone of the opposite gender.
Has anyone seen any studies on this aspect of homosexuality?
Does anyone else see this trend of states getting fed up with the federal government and enacting legislation (or coming close to anyway) that nullifies federal laws?
I find it interesting but a little unnerving.
Does this bring us closer to my concerns of civil unrest or rebellion?
- More than a dozen state may be nullifying Obama Care
- Missouri – TheÂ governor has a bill to consider nullification of federal gun laws
- Kansas (and others)- passed a law that guns made and owned in Kansas were exempt from federal firearms laws
- WashingtonÂ and Colorado legalized recreational marijuana possession and use.
- Washington legalizes gay marriage
- Pennsylvania – Â may be nullifying federal bans on some weapons and ammunition
- or even the opposite, states try to help the feds by trying to enforce voting orÂ immigrationÂ law and the feds can’t permit THAT.
I am sure that there are other examples.
So if states won’t enforce the federal laws, then I guess the feds will have to ramp up their staffing to be able to enforceÂ theirÂ ownÂ laws.. What a concept.
At some point, the federal government wentÂ feral and now the states have decided that they need to take back some of their domain.
Do we see an end to this? What other areas will states start to take back?
How will the feds compensate for their losses in power?
The federal government need to constrict its size and power.
Will they have a flippin’ temper tantrum and over-react?
So another celebrity comes out of the closet. . . Do we care? Are we shocked? I suppose that there are many who do care, and are shocked, but I am not one of them. I wish him well as this is a tough move in a profession such as the media. He is rubbing elbows with so many politicians that are hung up on on sexual preference.