I want to fall in love with a Harvard graduate of psychology and live in our house with the white picket fence and have 4 children and a Toyota Camry...
Now that's never possible <http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/frown.gif> Not if I fess up to my feelings any ways.
Hon, why on earth not? Last time I checked, Harvard was a co-ed school, and women do study psychology, ya know. And lesbians do buy houses with white picket fences and have bucketloads of kids and buy nice cars.
What I'm saying is don't beat yourself up over this. Being a lesbian does not automatically doom a person to a life of misery and loneliness. If you're attracted to women, there's absolutely no reason why you can't find a lovely woman with whom to share your life and have kids and do all the same things that heterosexual couples do.
I'm very, very, very happily married to a woman. She used to be a man, before she started sex reassignment therapy. And honestly, the only thing that's really changed about our relationship is her name and the way she looks. We still live together, we still go grocery shopping and watch tv and play Monopoly and eat lunch in the park on weekends and do all the other things that couples do. We plan to have kids someday, and we talk about buying one of those cute little BMW Z8s if we ever win the lottery, and we bicker about whose turn it is to do the laundry. Just the same as we did when she was male.
In the grand scheme of things, gender just doesn't make that much difference in a relationship.
"The only unnatural sexual act is that which you cannot perform."
-- Alfred Kinsey