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Other Reddit users noticed divergences between men and women when it comes to showing how they really feel and how to deal with conflict.
Bisexuality makes heterosexuals nervous because they assume they have the entire population as competition; there is a perception in a certain part of the gay community that bisexuals are "half out of the closet".
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Almost every single one has made me feel 'less-than' because I admit that I'm attracted to men sometimes.
Sucks.' 'But there's a big difference between bi-curiosity - wondering what it's like to have sex with the same sex and trying it once or twice - and bisexuality - which is being consistently sexually and romantically drawn to both sexes.' Tracy added: 'It can feel alienating.Although many people associate the HIV or AIDS epidemic with Africa, there are more than one million people in the United States living with the disease, and over 30 million in the world fighting a daily battle against this illness.Although the world has come a long way since the discovery of HIV and AIDS in 1976 in Norway, or during the early 1980's when HIV and AIDS became known in the United States, there are still so many assumptions, stigmas and judgments that go along with having this now, 100% livable disease.And now, people who have dated both sexes have revealed that it sometimes really does feel like men and women are from different planets.