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Yes and No by C-Allagash Yes and No by C-Allagash
This was created to be my cover photo on Facebbok.
Don't believe me?
You can see it here:

Sometimes I hear, because I'm bi, that my case "is not so serious", or that I am half gay.

Half my ass.

I've never felt a half attraction, a half feeling, a half love.
I've never loved a half person.

Whether a choose a boy or a girl, it does not change what I am and what I've ever been.... GAY! 100% GAY.

Too many questions and comments.
Some answers are avaiable in my journal entry
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NitorisAss Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is awesome. Couldn't agree more. I love who I am and wouldn't change it for the world <3
MInecraftianGuy3 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
9FALLINGSHADOWS Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Student Artist
damn right sister!!
GalacticKitten Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012
I just want to say that I actually, in a way, envy bisexuals. You don't have as many limitations on love or attraction. A friend of mine has had serious relationships with both men and women, and I think it's awesome that she can love one gender the same as another. So, as someone else said, "rock on!" :)
C-Allagash Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012
I kind of envy lesbians.

You know, we don't choose... but if I could have chosen, I would have chosen to be lesbian.
I don't understand straight relationships.
Other than to procreate, why would you chose to be with someone that has nothing to do with you, that can't understand you, that's the complete opposite?
I'm not pansexual, I am bisexual, then I have preferences.
I've ever felt much more attracted for girls, either about personality, empathy, even physical attraction.

Many times, while with a guy, I asked myself "Why I'm doing it?"
I didn't believe that love between straight people was possible, and my relationships were based in everything but feelings.
I was plastic, they were plastic, and I didn't care.
I loved a girl, she didn't want anything with me... I dated many guys who never meant anything.
And I envyed terribly all the girls that had the relationship I dreamed to have and that I coudln't.

But love is a weird thing.
Now, I'am ok, with a person that I love and who loves me.

I think love is what matters.
If you can love and be loved, this is what is important.
You can date many people, boys and girls, and it doesn't mean it has any importance, really.
Man or woman, there's always THAT person, you know?
You date 100000000000000000000000000000000, but there'll be ONE that really... change your life, your heart, yourself.
ShadowBunnyMari Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm not gay, but I like this. I encourage gay relationships. But it's too bad there are so many homophobics. >.>
C-Allagash Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012
AYe, there are MANY.

Not only me, but other deviants who commented on this deviation had problems.
There was a homophic guy harassing them and me.
Now, fortunately his account is no longer active.
ShadowBunnyMari Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, that really sucks. It's a good thing he's no longer active. :P
Besides, should sexual orientation matter? What should matter is the choices you make.
debidebdebdeb Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2012
Funny how some people are still to cowardly to come out of the closet. Had a best friend like that. She has to o online and acts like she is gay and proud, but to everyone who knows her, she is littl miss heterosexual. Hid it from the "soulmate" and husband. Sad. She hides behind fake profiles. Had affairs with women behind his back. All she had to do was tell him the truth. He would have accepted her for who she is. Now, all she is,is a liar and cheater,and coward,and she lost him as a friend forever
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