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# sounds like she's a rather pretty girl
and is having a difficult time coming to terms with her own sexuality, and all that goes with it. I realise how patronising that sounds, but you don't magically become fully sexually aware at 20 or anything. Perhaps you could try being sensitive to that and being supportive rather than feeling sorry for yourself. I mean I'm sure it hurts, I don't doubt it, but if you really love her that much think of her, and that doesn't mean letting her go out with your best mate so you can subconciously break free of her spell by hurting yourself. Doesn't work like that.
(, Sat 21 Aug 2004, 1:58, archived)
# Your
a revolutionist.

*bows down
(, Sat 21 Aug 2004, 1:59, archived)
# bleugh
i dont know how much i'm repeating ymself here, but here goes.
She's been very bisexual since 14, i know her feelings inside out from what she's told me and my general empathy and intuition (which everyone tells me is an amazing talent of mine, but i'm a pessimist so i refuse to believe them) and i know for a fact that she definately isn't just straight or gay and confused.
I just feel that her happiness is so important to me, on top of my best mate's happiness, that it;s more important than my jealosy. If i can't have her, of in my eyes she is perfect, (i know her flaws extensively, i just don't see them making her any less amazing) who better to have her than someone i really like? Surely i should wish my best friend to have the best girl around if i can't have her.
(, Sat 21 Aug 2004, 2:07, archived)
(, Sat 21 Aug 2004, 2:13, archived)