As the mother of a red head, I utterly despise the term 'ranga'.
to answer the OP - when I met DP.
I fell in love with him even though he was a man! Didn't see that coming...
I didn't, I just happened to enter a heterosexual relationship before a homosexual one, lucky for me other wise Ds would not exist.
I don't identify as 'straight' although it is assumed that I am by the general population
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I didnt choose to be straight, I am bisexual. But I fell in love with, and married, a man. I chose who I married because I loved that person, not that sex. I always wonder how life would be different if it had been a woman that I had married. Society sees me as straight now, but would see me as gay if I married a woman. But I am neither of those...your sexuality is not defined by your actions.
Great reply Fun house...
It has been a very interesting thread. I mentioned asexuality earlier and was surprised that no-one has asked about it. We still seemed confined to three main areas of sexuality; hetero, homo and bi.
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