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Why Gay Is Not the New Black

PrairieChick Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 3:24 PM
Please remember that even if you have come to the realization that you are gay, I don't have to accept you. There will always be people who don't want you in their lives or the lives of their children. As human beings we have the right to choose who we associate with and should not be forced to accept behavior we find personally abhorant. If I don't want you in my life, I should be able to avoid you. Likewise you should be able to avoid me. This is especially true if you or I are bullied or find each other repulsive. Blacks could not turn from the white, black, arab or chinese slavers that they found to be repulsive bullies. Men, women and children were killed or beaten into submission for centuries. The argument is not the same.
In response to:

Why Gay Is Not the New Black

PrairieChick Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 3:13 PM
K'ssandra, you are choosing to be alone and miserable. I think you are limiting your own happiness by putting the blame for your emotional well being, or lack thereof, onto others. Coercing people to accept or like you because of or inspite of your sexual behavior/preference/orientation is not the way to win friends and influence people. Culturally homosexuality has only really come "out of the closet since the 1980's" It came out badly because of the bath house gays dying in record numbers and "in your face" activists who scared little children and their parents. Unless the LGBT community stops scaring parents and calling them bullies, because parents feel they are protecting their children from sexual deviants, this will be a problem.
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