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For years I tried and did not succeed. Hopefully, heart disease will take me sooner than later. I am tired.
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I donít look at being gay as having a disease so I guess I have a hard time wrapping my head around the idea of a cure.
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I don't see it as a disease either. Is being straight a disease? It's just who you're attracted to. I'm bisexual, and I don't see it as a disease that needs a cure. It's just a part of who I am.

But I'm sorry you're struggling with this and that you feel people don't accept you.

Honestly, I haven't felt very accepted by the LGBTQ community either. A lot of people don't seem to understand what it means to be bisexual. A lot of straight men thinks it means I'm a nymphomaniac and want to have threesomes. And I think I would be more comfortable with a woman, but women don't want to date me for some reason (maybe because I'm also attracted to men?)
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I donít look at being gay as having a disease so I guess I have a hard time wrapping my head around the idea of a cure.
It has been a terrible life with near non-stop abuse from both gay and straight people. And, the sex is not so great either with lots of shallow people who do not want relationships and who judge you on your looks. It has been a disaster of a life. I am tired.
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