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I think people get way too caught up in trying to divide sexuality into neat little packages, and the stigma of crossing those lines is why we find so many men who try so desperately hard to protect an image of pure heterosexuality by engaging in covert (and often risky) behaviors.
I've had sex with 8 men and 3 women. I don't consider myself gay or bisexual, because I really don't care. I just am who I am. What does the label matter? Moreover, why should it matter to anyone else?
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