Homosexuality (and Everything Else)

  • Erinza

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    There should not be a law regarding the restrictions on who you can love, and who you can't. I find it absolutely normal when people of the same gender are attracted to one another. It's something you really can't control. And it shouldn't be controlled.

    I'm bi, myself. But that's not the only reason why I stand up for the relationships of gays and lesbians. It sucks that they're all publicized as Satan worshippers, or sinners and what-not. It's painful. It puts emotional stress on one's life. And that's not right.
    January 15th, 2008 at 04:23pm
  • The Warden's Wife

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    I completely agree with this thread, it actually makes me happy because most the people I know don't agree with me and I think that gay or bi people should be treated like everyone else (A big reason why I don't like America)

    I know gay and bi people and I also know gay and bi haters and it just makes me sad that there is people like that out there that are so close-minded that they can treat people as if they weren't other human beings just because they have a different opinion.
    I think everyone's opinions should be let out and listened to carefully, even if their opinions may be hard to understand to some people. I think if everyone would just listen to one another's opinions and let everyone have room to talk then it would be easier for everyone to get along.
    January 16th, 2008 at 10:16pm
  • disastrous.

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    Though I am straight myself, a lot of my friends are bi or gay.
    And they're some of my favorite people. I don't care if you're bi, gay, straight, white, black, orange, green, whatever. I'll treat you with respect just like I would the person next to you.

    It'd be nice if everyone realized that we're all people and we're all different. And that's what makes our species so cool. We are unique.
    January 16th, 2008 at 11:13pm
  • The Warden's Wife

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    Yeah.
    January 17th, 2008 at 09:07pm
  • Green_Eyed_Monster

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    One of my friends has come out as being gay in the last week or so. I don't see any problem with being gay; you can't help who you fall for.
    January 17th, 2008 at 11:00pm
  • Laceration Gravity

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    I personally agree with all those who think that being gay is fine. I admire gay people for being able to stand up for who they are and what they want. Homophobic people can be really horrid and they are one of the reasons that many confused/ bisexual teenagers get scared off. It makes me really angry...
    January 22nd, 2008 at 06:31pm
  • disablor.

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    disastrous.:
    Though I am straight myself, a lot of my friends are bi or gay.
    And they're some of my favorite people. I don't care if you're bi, gay, straight, white, black, orange, green, whatever. I'll treat you with respect just like I would the person next to you.

    It'd be nice if everyone realized that we're all people and we're all different. And that's what makes our species so cool. We are unique.
    Yeah, same for me as well.
    My friend told me a few months ago that she thought she might be gay. She was really embarassed about it and I tried to tell her that there was no reason for her to be. Everyone is different, and it's a shame that some people can't respect eachother for that.
    January 22nd, 2008 at 07:00pm
  • nelicquele

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    i'm not gay or bi, but i love them. yes, love them. first of all, i admire them, you have to be brave to come out of closet, especially here, in serbia where i live. i saw some gays beaten to death just because they checked out the wrong guy. my best friend is gay and he had some rough time with coming out, but he's tough and agressive himself so it was a bit easier for him.

    i respect them and idk, somehow they make me realize that the world is worth fighting for. and it's all just love, it doesn't matter what someone have in their pants.

    and what i hate the most is when straight ppl make a fuzz about someone being gay. what is it, are they scared of their own sexuality?
    January 26th, 2008 at 09:35pm
  • Laces For Hanging.

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    I have absollutely no problem with whether someone is gay, straight or bisexual.

    It's their attitude that counts, that's what I think.
    January 27th, 2008 at 05:20pm
  • castle.

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    Love is love period. No one can truely stop someone from loving a different person. It's not like a guy wakes up one day and goes 'OH! I am going to be gay from now on!'. It's just something that their born with.. I personally think.
    All the stories about the star football players giving gays $20 to give them head make me wonder though. Honestly, I don't think anyone is completely straight. If they were those stories wouldn't be around, you know?
    Plus their so brave for coming out of the closet and letting people judge them. Maybe their some of the bravest people to walk this earth. Who knows.
    January 31st, 2008 at 08:36pm
  • folie a dru.

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    DrunkenFrootLoop:
    Love is love period.
    Do think consensual adult incestuous relationships should be legal?
    February 1st, 2008 at 05:15am
  • libbey crocodile.

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    druscilla; abeyance.:
    DrunkenFrootLoop:
    Love is love period.
    Do think consensual adult incestuous relationships should be legal?
    Dru's right.
    There is some love that just isn't right.
    February 1st, 2008 at 05:26am
  • folie a dru.

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    druscilla; abeyance.:
    DrunkenFrootLoop:
    Love is love period.
    Do think consensual adult incestuous relationships should be legal?
    Dru's right.
    There is some love that just isn't right.
    Well, that's not actually what I meant. I think consensual adult incestuous relationships should be legal, actually. But I hate it when people throw around the phrase "love is love" without understand the full context of what they could be saying.
    February 1st, 2008 at 05:27am
  • libbey crocodile.

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    Fair enough.
    Love that a grown man would have for a little girl in a sexual way, for example, would not be right though.
    February 1st, 2008 at 05:36am
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    Fair enough.
    Love that a grown man would have for a little girl in a sexual way, for example, would not be right though.
    I agree. That's why I always stress 'consensual adult'. I don't know how prevalent it is, but I don't think it's wrong for two adults to have a relationship with each other ever so long as it is consensual.
    February 1st, 2008 at 05:38am
  • Leonore Paisley

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    For some reason, when someone makes it point blank that they are straight, it bugs me. First, I wonder why they seem so defensive, then I think about why people are so labelled. I understand that it's a way of idenifying people. But, I think it's kind of stupid to say "I only love boys" or "I only love chicks." To me, it'snearly like saying "I only love blacks" or "I only love whites." I'm not gaybashing, straightbashing-- anything like that whatsoever. It's just my in-depth analysis.
    February 2nd, 2008 at 10:13pm
  • Shannon McFarland

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    I agree; there is nothing wrong with being gay, lesbian, bisexual, or straight. One will like whatever he or she prefers. It is not for us to choose everyone's sexual preference.
    February 3rd, 2008 at 02:32am
  • Syck

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    My parents are both homophobic, and my mother and brother are very religious. I use to believe the same way they did. I thought two men having sex was utterly grotesque and two women going at it was even worse. Which made it a little difficult for me to accept my own sexuality. I figured out I was bisexual only a little over a year ago, and I still question myself and my mind when I look at another girl.

    Preachers tell me it's because I was born with sin in me, making my same- and opposite-sex lust easy.
    Society tell me that being bisexual or gay is natural and should not be hidden.

    I just say fuck the world and kiss the girl.
    February 9th, 2008 at 03:22am
  • faster.

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    In my group of friends, the gays usually out-number the straight people, so of course I have no problem with it. Even if I didn't know anyone who was homosexual or bisexual, I still wouldn't have a problem with it, and can't understand why anyone would.
    February 13th, 2008 at 05:54pm
  • Missand

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    I believe in gay rights, they should be alowed to get married just the same as everyone else and if they want adopt kids.
    Who said that just cos a kid has same sex parents means that it would be bad?
    February 14th, 2008 at 05:46pm