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“Look I’ve been with both guys and girls,” said Nina. “But I can pretty much guarantee that my total number is way less than yours. So if you want to compare bedpost notches, we can do it. But it’s not something I’m interested in. It’s all ancient history.”
“I just find it confusing that someone could be attracted to both sexes. I don’t have a problem with it, I just don’t understand it.”
“What don’t you understand? And please don’t tell me you think homosexuality is a choice.”
“No, of course not. I totally believe people are born straight or gay. I guess I’ve never actually known anyone who was bisexual.”
“Well now you have,” said Nina.
Her response was curt and her voice was measured but without a trace of annoyance. I sensed she’d had similar conversations in the past.
“It’s the way I was born,” she said. “The luck of the draw. And I do consider myself lucky.”
We sipped our beers but kept our eyes locked onto each other.
“Can I just ask one more question?” I said.
“Please do. Let’s put it all on the table so we never have to talk about it again.”
“Okay, here goes,” I said. “It’s got to be two completely different experiences being with a man or another woman. Which makes me think you have to prefer one over the other. Right?”
“Nope. Not at all. It’s certainly different for the obvious reasons, but different doesn’t have to imply better or worse. Being with a man can be wonderful”—She reached her hand across the table and placed it on mine—“as it is with you. And being with a woman can be just as wonderful. At the same time, if it’s not the right man or woman, it can be awful. Pitifully awful.”
“But how do you choose?”
“I mean how do you decide whether you’re going to date a man or a woman?”
“The same way you decide whether to date a blonde or a brunette. It just happens. Nothing in love is planned. It all just happens.”
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