I realized that I am lesbian when I was in my O level because I used to have feelings for my fellow girls. When I finished my A level during my vacation, my parents realized or got to know that am a lesbian because they used to hear rumors from people and they used to see my partner visiting me. When they asked me I denied so what they did, my brother got me his friend to be my boyfriend I did not like it but I accepted and started to pretend just to take away what they heard about me because I still wanted my family and to study. Time came when my so called boyfriend wanted sex and I refused, I played him around all the time when he asked for it or when he brought up that topic until he got tired and he went and told my brother about it. My brother went and told my other family members and this is when I started experiencing hell on earth.
How this lesbian twin and her identical straight sister could reveal the secret to human sexuality
“My Story as a Lesbian” – Where Love Is Illegal
Researchers hoping to identify genetic and environmental factors associated with sexuality hit the jackpot when they discovered identical twins Sarah Nunn, who is attracted to men, and Rosie Albewhite, who is attracted to women. The year-old sisters were investigated by scientists as part of a study aiming to learn more about how sexuality develops in childhood. The new research will build on previous scientific studies that searched for signs of how sexuality, such as gender-atypical mannerisms of behaviour, manifests before puberty. Academics have struggled to produce concrete results in the past due to difficulties determining whether reported behaviour patterns were remembers accurately. But the new research using dozens of twins and photographs from their childhoods could shed light on the subject. University of Essex psychology academic Gerulf Rieger and his colleague Tuesday Watts asked Sarah, Rosie and other twins with "discordant sexual orientations" to send them childhood snaps so they could been shown to strangers who were unaware of the purpose of the experiment. The strangers were then asked to try and spot the signs of the twins' behaviour, clothing and play diverged and pinpoint how and when it happened.