Rohvannyn - I'm confused as to why you would think of crying bigot in reference to my comment. You posted your problem to a public forum, soliciting opinions as to the cause of the feelings you described. I simply posited a theory as to a possible reason. How would that meet the definition of "bigot: a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions or prejudices, especially one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethic group) with hatred and intolerance." (Mirriam-Webster).
Maybe my answer is not the correct one, but it's not a baseless theory based on the details you provided. There are good and sufficient reasons that a woman may not be physically and/or romantically attracted to another woman. In fact, I would submit it is the norm, and not the exception. Maybe that's not the case for you, but it certainly doesn't make me a bigot for suggesting it as a possibility.View Thread
Is it possible that you issue is related to trying to be romantically involved with another woman (as opposed to a man)? Human beings were designed to be attracted to the opposite sex, so perhaps your resistance to intimacy with a woman is natural. Sometimes the simplest answer is the right one.
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