Does the definition of heterosexuality differ between men and women?

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Superb Opinion

  • The definition of heterosexuality does not differ between men and women. It means being attracted to the opposite sex and no one disagrees on that.

    The only parties whom I had seen disagree on the definition of heterosexuality, are those involved in the SuperStraight drama. That is because when transgenderism and transsexuality became common, people disagreed on whether heterosexuality for men meant attraction to cis women as well as trans women or just those whom were born as women. The SuperStraight took the blue pill and chose only to like cis individuals of the opposite gender (and assigned the term "SuperStraight" to that definition) while a party of the LGBTQ took the red pill along with a bit of spicy salt and considered SuperStraight transphobic trolls.

    One more thing you I think you may be asking about is double standards, yes you can kiss your homies as a joke and don't let the girls call you gay 😉.

Most Helpful Guy

  • No. Its attraction to the same sex. The definition of a definition is, it is a general applied explanation to something. If you are adding exceptions, its no longer general and no longer a definition.

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  • It differs in the business world.

  • @PrettyPriya

  • No, it means "not gay". Differ between Male n Women's "Gender".

  • Only in women's minds.

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  • Of course not.