GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)


GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)

For anyone who is,or supports, gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transexuals, or questioning. Anyone and everyone is welcome!!

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What is the Gay Straight Alliance?
-The Gay Straight Alliance is a group of people (usually students in high school, but here on the ning now as well!) that provides a safe place for people to talk and support eachother concerning discrimination, violence, and predjusice against gays, lesbians, bisexuals,transgender, or questioning individuals.

What does the Gay Straight Alliance do?
-create safe environments in communities to support each other and learn about homophobia and other oppressions,
-educate the community about homophobia, gender identity, and sexual orientation issues, and
-fight discrimination, harassment, and violence in schools ext.

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Comment by Willy on February 26, 2011 at 9:08pm
see the problem is I almost sat down and made the graph once, but then i decided I was to tired so I never made up any units of sexuality so I don't know what you mean by 5. And I'm assuming that you're having ten as a limit on the x-axis?
Comment by Chuck Rogers on February 26, 2011 at 9:02pm

I like that idea, a lot. However I do think that it is very possible for a person not to be sexually attracted to a certain gender. I mean personally I have been emotionally attracted to girls before but I've never felt a sexual attraction to any girl.


Personally I think I would be a 9,5.

Comment by Willy on February 26, 2011 at 8:51pm
Here's my opinion. I think it's evident that there is some inherent sexuality (whether it's bi, homo, hetero, or asexual) in a child at birth. But it is subject to change throughout your life. As many (such as Crowley) describe such a change or "realization". It is not a conscious choice however, there may be some currently unknown way to deliberately change your sexuality but I doubt it. And although some sort of treatment (that sounds like I disapprove of homosexuality, I don't I just can't think of another word) may be possible, it would be an extremely tedious process that could be ruined by any number of things, such as the knowledge the you're being treated. I also feel like sexuality could (and maybe should?) be graphed. On the x-axis would be what sex you're attracted to and the y-axis would be your sex-drive. so for instance the coordinates (with girls being negative and guys being positive) 4,7 would mean you're more attracted to guys than girls and you have a higher sex drive than someone who is only 6 on the y-axis. There would of course be a limit on the x axis because there is the rare sexuality of being solely and not at all attracted to on gender. Just my thoughts, No matter what your impression is I'm definitely in support of the LGBT community and am part of it as a bisexual.
Comment by Chuck Rogers on February 26, 2011 at 8:31pm
I'm so confused. I thought you said that you thought being asexual was a choice. Something clearly got lost in translation, lmao. But yeaaaahhhh being asexual doesn't sound like too much fun, but sex isn't the most important part of life.
Comment by David Mullis on February 26, 2011 at 8:30pm

Asexuality can be discovered throughout ones life similar to how all types of sexuality are not apparent at birth typically but realized throughout time. Such as when I was a kid I was attracted to girls but now I am attracted to guys. And even if it is realized over time as it is in your case Crowley it might have not been you lost your heterosexuality but realized another version of sexuality. So never is ones sexuality a choice in the sense that someone can choose to be sexually driven to one person, object, ect. but instead it is a choice by the subconscious brain. 

This again is only my opinion and understanding of how sexuality works and offer it for nothing more than something to be considered.

Comment by Fake Crowley on February 26, 2011 at 8:28pm

I can't imagine why anybody would choose to be asexual.


It's not as great as it sounds. :/

Comment by Chuck Rogers on February 26, 2011 at 8:27pm
Ohhh okay, I understand. But the thing is, unless someone wants to be asexual no one should say "choose to be asexual it's better". I sincerely think that a person's sexuality should only be between themselves and the person (or people...) they're having sex with (or just themselves if they choose not to have sex)
Comment by Fake Crowley on February 26, 2011 at 8:21pm

Oh, I definitely crave relationships. Hell, even romantic ones.


However, I said heterosexuality and homosexuality. Not gay or straight. There is a difference, or at least in my mind.


I apologize for the confusion.

Comment by Chuck Rogers on February 26, 2011 at 8:19pm

Okay, then I stand corrected. Maybe it's not something you're born with but something you realize along the way. 

In any case, most asexuals (maybe not you in particular, but most) are still attracted to people. Meaning that they do want relationships. So asexuality as a means to get rid of being gay is not possible because you will still be attracted to people of the same sex and want to have a relationship with a person of the same sex they just won't want to have sex with them.

Comment by Fake Crowley on February 26, 2011 at 8:16pm
Edit: My mistake. I didn't gain asexuality, I lost heterosexuality.

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