Ben Yehuda
Tel Aviv

Are You sure that you are Straight and this is best for you?

It doesn’t matter your age, you may get confused at one point of your life; not sure about your sexual orientation.

Are you convinced that to have a wife is the best plan to every man?


The Straight/ Heterosexuality definition:

Heterosexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior between persons of the opposite sex or gender. As a sexual orientation, heterosexuality is “an enduring pattern of emotional, romantic, and/or sexual attractions to persons of the opposite sex; it “also refers to a person’s sense of identity based on those attractions, related behaviors, and membership in a community of others who share those attractions.”


Along with bisexuality and homosexuality, heterosexuality is one of the three main categories of sexual orientation within the heterosexual–homosexual continuum. Someone who is heterosexual is commonly referred to as straight.


When a woman learns that her husband is gay/bisexual, she goes through a myriad of emotions ranging from devastation to repulsion. Some women feel a sense of responsibility, guilt, and shame. Let me assure you that you are in no way responsible for your husband’s homosexuality. This was predetermined before birth, and there is nothing you can do to influence his sexuality.


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Over 4 million women are currently married

to gay men or have been married to gay men in the United States.


FACT: Over 63% of Gay Husbands Will NEVER tell their wives the truth — EVER!!


I’ve been attracted to women my entire life and have had zero physical attraction to dudes. But I ended up falling in love with a guy from my gym and I’m starting to question my sexual orientation. You probably think I’m about to share some hot erotic story with you based on the title of this post. Sorry to disappoint but that’s not what this story is about. Instead, I’m going to tell you how I ended up falling for a gay guy who I’ve secretly been in love with for over a year.


Typically, a straight person does not go through a ‘Coming Out’ process where they struggle with and/or explore their sexuality personally, and then begin revealing it to those around them.


They don’t have concerns with small gestures of public affection, the way their relationship or desires will affect their job/future, and their ability to access support for those they love.


The exceptions to this would be the straight people in nontraditional relationship forms (like polyamory or BDSM).

Straight people are backed by systems and institutions which privilege them, and they have the comfort of being within the societal norm. Their relationships and families are recognized as ‘natural’ and expected, and the systems in place are made with them in mind.


In these ways, their experience is quite different, but through policy changes, and changes in social attitudes, the LGBT+ communities in many nations are seeking to change that and make the playing fields more equal.


2 different gay men opinion about men who live in closet:

  • It’s the exact same as being gay/pan/trans/etc. Except you face less discrimination and more acceptance. You don’t experience dysphoria. You can have kids simply by having sex. You don’t have to worry about coming out….and I say all that, but really – it’s the same as being gay you love who you love.


  • Honestly I think there’s not much of a difference if you’re referring to love. Its like loving your partner in a same way. Only the attitude might be a little different. Gays may dress or act differently from their actually sex. It’s nothing much to say, anyone is different; how does it feel to be yourself when anyone else is different? 🙂

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