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My oldest daughter is only 4, but I like to look at some of these other boards to get an idea of what is ahead. Some of the postings here plus a lot of what you hear in the media gives me the impression that all girls are messing around with each other. Is this valid or do most girls still stick to the opposite gender when experimenting? I'm only 36, but feel like I'm about 100 years old when I hear 20 year olds talk about how they and all there girlfriends experimented with each other "for fun" 4 or 5 years ago. When I was in highschool if word got around about a girl doing this, it would have been socially catastrophic for her. Now, I'm not homophobic and would not bother me if my daughter were truly a lesbian, but honestly this whole bi-curious experimentation thing seems pretty weird to me. I'm just wondering if it is really common/accepted by teenagers, and if I better start getting used to the idea now.Answer Question
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