Why Do Girls Turn Bisexual? Most of you will wonder why a nightlife website like Nighthawk Journeys will care about Bi and lesbian girls… It is because they start to be a problem. What’s wrong? Women are not interesting about males anymore? What will happen later to our society? I think is our entire fault because most of the girls thinking that boys like Bi girls, and that we think is somehow cool. But what they don’t know is that most of the guys never take serious a girl that kissing another girl in a bar. Many bisexual, try so hard to prove that is normal, but is not. Most of them give example of the ancient Greece, but this is just a myth. The word “lesbian” is derived from the name of the Greek island of Lesbos, home to the 6th-century BCE poet Sappho. Homosexuality in ancient Greece was not “free”, but consolidated in accordance with strict rules.
These restrictions, however, is part of a municipal law, not questioning the “natural” nature of homosexuality, instead expressing its intention to impose limits on the spread of an instinct that was considered “dangerous natural ‘and should be seriously controlled for the best of everybody. In the Laws of Plato, condemns homosexuality in the name of nature. A good law proposes should prohibit this kind of relationships. The works of Aristophanes, which make fan of the passive homosexuals, is characterize the attitude of the society of his time. Recent surveys of teenage girls and young women find that roughly 15% of young females today self-identify as lesbian or bisexual, compared with about 5% of young males who identify as gay or bisexual. This surveys was long ago, also think how many people are Bi, but they don’t show it. What I found missing in the noise surrounding the Constance McMillen story was any serious discussion of why a growing number of girls self-identify as lesbian or bisexual. So why are young women today at least three times more likely than their brothers to identify as bisexual or homosexual? “I kissed a girl and I liked it,” Katy Perry told us in her 1 hit single. Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, Anna Paquin, Angelina Jolie, Drew Barrymore – they all want us to know that they are bisexual. There is no comparable crowd of young male celebrities rushing to assure us that they go both ways. Imagine a young man singing “I kissed a boy and I liked it.” Would that song reach 1 on the charts? I don’t think so? This is a women’s world.
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