heterosexual person

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Just like a heterosexual person doesn't go around and say, `Hi, I'm Steve, I'm heterosexual" (p.
Compressed into a few urbane sentences, his view goes like this: "There is no such thing as a homosexual or a heterosexual person. There are only homo- or heterosexual acts.
The reason I went to Moscow in 2006, and this is indicative of my whole support of the homosexual community--I don't join in homosexual rallies and march on gay pride marches, and say, "I'm gay, and I'm proud of it." I'm not gay, for a start, and I don't feel that it's up to me as an ordinary heterosexual person to go on gay pride marches and campaign for homosexual rights.
* As a heterosexual person, I sympathize with the plight of gays in our society and support the position in your editorial on same-sex civil marriage.
He said it implied that someone who was homosexual was of less worth to society than a heterosexual person.
He said if a heterosexual person had requested the same cake bearing the same message they too would have been refused, the barrister said.
MC: You can still be gay and live a life as a heterosexual person, but you won't be happy.
Of course, a heterosexual person can be seduced into homosexual behavior, but this occurs out of curiosity, search for pleasure, or as a surrogate in the absence of normal intercourse--the latter occurs in the case of the navy--but the innate drive is not changed because of this, because under normal circumstances this does not occur.
"He was the most heterosexual person you could ever meet.
"I am a heterosexual person - I don't care if I'm the only one," he says before proceeding to quiz the front row about their sexuality.
The outbreak described here is part of a larger increase in HIV infection among heterosexual persons who inject drugs that is ongoing in King County.
Has the Holy Father, along with others in the church hierarchy, accepted that heterosexual persons will have an equally difficult time living a celibate life as will the homosexual person?
As another important problem, he singled out partner's health insurance and pointed out that even though he has lived in a same sex partnership for years with his partner who is unemployed, he cannot provide him healthcare coverage through his own employment, unlike heterosexual persons who have no problem exercising this right.
Our work often intersects with the Reproductive Justice movement's --together we are fighting to end restrictions on coverage for abortion care; calling for Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) to be provided in a non-coercive way; and making health care available to everyone, not just pregnant women, or heterosexual persons who need contraception.
"Gay men are 25% more vulnerable to living in poverty than heterosexual persons, according to multiple surveys (Badgett, Durso, and Schneebaum 2013, 1); 20.7% of single LGBT persons live on incomes under $12,000 (CAP and MAP 2014, 4).