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    So, if people feel that Gay couples should not have the same rights as other people, what about people that are Bi?

    I'm curious, because of the "It's wrong, they're bad influences and unstable" type of argument. If Gay couples are bad, what about people that are in a heterosexual relationship but are not strictly heterosexual? I'm not talking about having a husband and a girlfriend, or vice-versa, but just being attracted to both sexes to where you could see yourself with either forever, as long as you were in love. What makes this different?
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    nothing in my eyes. as a bisexual woman who is married i can guarantee you that it doesn't influence my parenting anymore than a tolerant straight woman.
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    Another excellent point. It should not make a gdarn difference.
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    a greed im not a parent yet but as a bi I do not belive there should be any diffrences
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    I think when it comes to bisexuality, whomever that person is mated with is how they will be treated... IE I am treated as a heterosexual woman because I married a man... if I were with a woman, I'd be treated as a lesbian.

    I think it isn't so much about the person's orientation as much as it is how they show their orientation that determines how they get treated. People against gay marriage probably will be in full support of my marriage simply because it is with a man, despite the fact that I could have been with a woman.

    ETA: I should clarify and say that I don't feel gay and straight people should be treated differently (duh) but that for those who DO feel that way, very few would be apt to treat bisexual people a different way as well. Bisexual people are usually treated as gay or straight depending on who they are with... unless they are single, in which case people either think they are freaks who can't make up their mind or just ignore their sexuality for the time being until they are with someone to make it appear one way or the other.

    At least, that is my experience. Bisexual people will be treated as either gay or straight... although all people SHOULD be treated the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrisonsdream View Post
    nothing in my eyes. as a bisexual woman who is married i can guarantee you that it doesn't influence my parenting anymore than a tolerant straight woman.



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    IMO gay. strait, bi whatever if you have a loving stable home and can afford it you should be able to adopt a child.

    Shit if we wait for only strait couples to adopt we would have millions of children going through the system....oh crap we already do
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    Someone take my kids away, pronto!
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    I'm all for people being bi - but I feel that any legally recognized union should be between TWO people - whatever orientation may have you.

    You have to draw lines somewhere when it comes to such things.
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    Everyone (single, gay, hetero, or bi) should have the same rights, even when it comes to parenting. I don't understand what sexual orientation has to do with the limits on loving another individual.
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