My honest thoughts on LGBTQ communtiy (read before posting)

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I am not a homophobe
If you wanna be gay, that's completely fine, let love be love.
As love is eternal.
However
I have some serious issues with the community
Allow me to discuss. Now I have some gay friends. However, they're always talking about being gay. I mean if you are gay I can understand but y'know why do you always have to talk about it. I mean I don't always talk about being straight. I completely respect your descion if you are an LGBTQ member. However, does every shirt you have to wear be something about pride?
I understand that gays had some struggles through their history but I mean, I don't always want to talk about this. I understand discussing struggles every now and then but why all the time? Always wearing rainbow equiment. It just feels so repetive and its getting old.
Also, kids are making random genders and sexualities
For example
DreamGender and DreamSexual
Nowadays you can make a sexuality on a single person, if there was a facepalm emoji I would put it
Really, kids constantly discussing oh I'm DREAMSEXUAL
Let me quote a real human being
"I HATE DREAMPHOBICS SO FUCKING BAD. I WANNA HAVE GAY SEX WITH DREAM SO BAD AND KILL THESE NAZIS"
"I expect your suicide at 6 am"
"It's not people's fault that they can only love Dream"
Real People above
Makes you wonder why TikTok was created when kids can just anwser poll questions made by me
Back to the subject.
Now literally everyone talks about it. Its everywhere now. It's impossible to not think of it daily
I respect LGBTQ members but please just don't bother me all the time.
Please
 
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This isn't a thread hating on people who decide to be LGBTQ
Just offering the community advice to improve
Love is Love :wub::wub::wub:
Love who you wanna love:):):):)
It's up to you
 

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You speak of being gay (or any other orientation for that matter) as being a choice, and that is just demonstrating a strong lack of understanding of how that works.Nobody choses who or what they love, who or what they are attracted towards, and even deeper, nobody chooses how they feel, what their gender is or anything.
I won't comment much more, the thread just uses some extreme cases to discredit the community as a whole and that's not an argument that desserves to be recognised, so I won't even take time to explain why it's invalid to generalise like that. Being open is nice and all, but please try to understand what you're talking about because you might as well hurt a lot of people by saying things like "choose to be gay".
 

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So I'm gay and furry (the worst kind of trash :D). And I'm sure that with a message like that a lot of people would call BS on you not being an homophobe, because after all, it's our right to talk about it and "we've had to keep it in for years".

I happen to strongly disagree with these people, and they are the reason I generally stay away from LGBT events.

While I would always defend the rights of anyone to love whomever they want, and look however they want, the best equality is when we will finally be considered normal and become invisible in the society.
I don't want people to talk to me differently because of my sexuality, I want them to talk to me exactly like they would anyone else. Not about pride, but about normal stuff.
My sexuality does not define me, and I don't have to, nor want to, use it to get sympathy points.

And while it is true that we're far from living in a world where homophobia is a thing of the past, some people take it the extreme opposite, and start making demands just because they're not straight, or go tell people that they can't say this or do that because they're straight so they necessarily have less problems.

These people aren't helping the cause, they're not making us more equal, and I don't want a society when the majority of the population cannot speak its mind.
 

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You speak of being gay (or any other orientation for that matter) as being a choice, and that is just demonstrating a strong lack of understanding of how that works.Nobody choses who or what they love, who or what they are attracted towards, and even deeper, nobody chooses how they feel, what their gender is or anything.
I won't comment much more, the thread just uses some extreme cases to discredit the community as a whole and that's not an argument that desserves to be recognised, so I won't even take time to explain why it's invalid to generalise like that. Being open is nice and all, but please try to understand what you're talking about because you might as well hurt a lot of people by saying things like "choose to be gay".
I never said that anywhere in this thread. I was just saying why do you bring it up every second.
As I said before it isn't as easy as being straight but I mean its just everyone is on the topic all the time.
I agree that it isn't a choice because God made them the way they are

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So I'm gay and furry (the worst kind of trash :D). And I'm sure that with a message like that a lot of people would call BS on you not being an homophobe, because after all, it's our right to talk about it and "we've had to keep it in for years".

I happen to strongly disagree with these people, and they are the reason I generally stay away from LGBT events.

While I would always defend the rights of anyone to love whomever they want, and look however they want, the best equality is when we will finally be considered normal and become invisible in the society.
I don't want people to talk to me differently because of my sexuality, I want them to talk to me exactly like they would anyone else. Not about pride, but about normal stuff.
My sexuality does not define me, and I don't have to, nor want to, use it to get sympathy points.

And while it is true that we're far from living in a world where homophobia is a thing of the past, some people take it the extreme opposite, and start making demands just because they're not straight, or go tell people that they can't say this or do that because they're straight so they necessarily have less problems.

These people aren't helping the cause, they're not making us more equal, and I don't want a society when the majority of the population cannot speak its mind.
Thanks for sticking up for me
I knew this thread would be controversial but I mean I'm already infamous here so what's the worse that could happen.
You're right where you say it isn't making things more equal, as I don't feel that way either
 

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You did, see, it's here:

and also here:


I'm just pointing out: be careful how you word things, it is hurtful towards others sometimes, whether you like it or not, and it's better to learn about that before it happens with someone close to you ;)
Well that's where you're confused.
I didn't mean it like that
Some people don't have a choice in it, they are that way.
Some people want to do it because of whatever reason.
I can understand the confusion but please understand I know some people don't have a choice because God made them that way. I can often be misleading, I don't really read what I type but right know I'll just confirm for you that isn't the message I tried to spread. I have gay friends and they've told me about how they discovered they were gay
 

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Lol. Says he's not a homophobe but trashes on trans then claims to respect them. Says being gay as a choice even though it's not.

Just as I thought, trash.
 
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Thanks for sticking up for me
I knew this thread would be controversial but I mean I'm already infamous here so what's the worse that could happen.
You're right where you say it isn't making things more equal, as I don't feel that way either

Well I don't agree with everything you said either. Like if someone wants to call themselves dreamsexual it's their business. Whether you understand it or not is not exactly a problem.
I will never understand religion, and yet I don't have a problem with religious folks, and I don't pester them about how their faith makes no sense to me. It's the same thing. I don't understand it, but as long as it doesn't impact me it's fair game.

When it starts being a problem is when/if there is a push towards other people to criticize them if they don't adopt your ways right away. If a change makes sense in a society it will progressively become the norm anyway.

It's really that simple, be respectful to people, and respect the fact that they won't always agree with you. And that's not a problem.
 
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Well that's where you're confused.
I didn't mean it like that
Some people don't have a choice in it, they are that way.
Some people want to do it because of whatever reason.
I can understand the confusion but please understand I know some people don't have a choice because God made them that way. I can often be misleading, I don't really read what I type but right know I'll just confirm for you that isn't the message I tried to spread. I have gay friends and they've told me about how they discovered they were gay
I am telling you that the wording is bad, I cannot know what's going on in your head aside from the words you put, will you recognise that you need to work on that, yes or no? You're a native English speaker, you can at the very least try for a bit to make sure those things won't get out the way you don't intend to, because whether you like it or not, you did say things that are contrary to what you are now saying you meant, and it's clearly not my fault for you writing those, I'm only here telling you that those wordings are going to hurt people, and it's even worse if you did not mean it like that because you're going to get hurt in the process too :(
 

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Well I don't agree with everything you said either. Like if someone wants to call themselves dreamsexual it's their business. Whether you understand it or not is not exactly a problem.
I will never understand religion, and yet I don't have a problem with religious folks, and I don't pester them about how their faith makes no sense to me. It's the same thing. I don't understand it, but as long as it doesn't impact me it's fair game.

When it starts being a problem is when/if there is a push towards other people to criticize them if they don't adopt the same vocabulary right away. If a change makes sense in a society it will progressively become the norm anyway.

It's really that simple, be respectful to people, and respect the fact that they won't always agree with you. And that's not a problem.
Well, incase you weren't aware Dreamsexual is basically kids simping over a gaming YouTuber
 
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Posts like this tells me one thing: that most of the time, people should just keep their thoughts to themselves. That's all I'll say.
 
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I am telling you that the wording is bad, I cannot know what's going on in your head aside from the words you put, will you recognise that you need to work on that, yes or no? You're a native English speaker, you can at the very least try for a bit to make sure those things won't get out the way you don't intend to, because whether you like it or not, you did say things that are contrary to what you are now saying you meant, and it's clearly not my fault for you writing those, I'm only here telling you that those wordings are going to hurt people, and it's even worse if you did not mean it like that because you're going to get hurt in the process too :(
Ill edit it
Don't worry
I don't want people to get hurt

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Posts like this tells me one thing: that most of the time, people should just keep their thoughts to themselves. That's all I'll say.
I'm already hated here
What's the point
 
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