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Are women innately bi-sexual? That is to say, can there be such a thing as a ``completely heterosexual woman''?1 post omitted. Click reply to view.
Here are a few points to chew on:
In nature, everything has either negative or positive energy. Naturally, these opposites attract each other—take magnets, for instance. From this perspective, men are built to be ATTRACTED, whereas women are built to be ATTRACTIVE. So, wouldn't be only be natural that, because women have this powerful attractive energy, that women would also be attracted to other women?
In modern society, it is generally accepted that young girls hold hands, hug, even shower and bathe together. But the situation with young boys is opposite to that. Why is that?
This continues into adulthood: it is acceptable for women to kiss each other, but once again, societal rules for men generally forbid this.
Statistically, the number of women who are homosexual, or at least bisexual, completely BLOW the numbers for men out of the water.
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Just to further illustrate, here is a photograph of a scene involving high school girls. (There is nothing unpleasant to the eye in this image, I have only spoilered it out of respect for those who do not prefer to view depictions of 3D women).
Nothing in the image looks out of place. Yet, I can hardly imagine the same scene taking place with high school boys in their place.