I met a gay once...heh it want's so good. he literately put his hand in his pants IN FRONT OF CHILDREN! like around 6 and 3 and also I do believe 5. and it was at a police station to! I respect someone's sexuality, so don't get me the wrong way. you cant change who you are, but you can change your ways. I also saw two females fighting in front of a shelter as well. but anyway, I support this because, yes, gays can be assholes to. it's not just girls. it boys as well.
OMG, I've been there! There was this bisexual girl in my freshman year of high school and she was a total bitch! I didn't hate (and avoid) her because of her orientation but because of her superiority complex. She treated me and my friend like junk and she pretty much insulted our beliefs. My friend and I are Christians but we don't shove our beliefs down peoples' throats. I don't know why she treated us like crap but it is never okay. Don't let people, gay or straight, treat you like crap.
Exactly, and the sad thing is most get away with acting that way because they believe they have that right, and will call you out on "abuse" if you call them on their bad attitude. I used to know someone like that, and the person would not realize it was his bad attitude that ran people off. I believe anyone regardless of sexuality, race, religion/non-religion, or whatever they are can be an asshole. They just don't want to admit it so they blame everyone hating on whatever they are instead of the personalty.
Dude, I totally experienced this during high school. There was this one guy who was an asshole to me and I hated him soooo much. I had another friend who hated him but not because he was gay. He treated anybody who wasn't German or white like shit. He also called me a troll when all I did was be nice to him even when he was a dick! Just because he was gay he thought he can be an asshole and thought no one would talk back. (I even cursed him out on my birthday because he was pissing me off.)
I agree! That's the problem with so many of these anti-discrimination things - if you hate someone for being a total bitch, and they happen to be gay/black/(insert group here), they can say you're a homophobic/racist/etc-ic.
Agreed. My sister's girlfriend is an abusive cunt who threatens my sister with killing herself, saying that nobody in our family cares about her, and then breaking up with her if she does things like hang out with her school friends, or for going to summer camps. It's disgusting, and I have thought of countless ways of murdering the bitch.
If she had a girlfriend that actually CARED about her, then I would have no problem! But guh.
That's what annoyed me about so many TV detective shows - in being non-discriminatrory, they ended up with the other extreme - as soon as a character from a minority group appeared, they were ALWAYS innocent. It just got silly. They're good, bad and indifferent, just like everyone else.
I don't agree. Sometimes you can't say anything about what's wrong in RL, and being able to to share it here really helps. Sometimes it's all you've got. And it does help you feel better having other people validate your view.
Or as one author put it, boarding school was insufferably awful becuase it was bad AND he couldn't say anything about it there.
The army was much easier for him, becuase it was also bad (he was in WW1!) but everyone could SAY how much they didn't like it!
There was this gay manager at the McDonald's that my boyfriend worked at a few months ago. He hit on my boyfriend constantly until he told him that he had a girlfriend. After that, he was rude to him, cut his hours, and talked all kinds of shit about me (as well as women in general). He eventually got fired and then got arrested for sexual harassment at his new job. lol
Yes, unfortunately. He tried to just ignore it, though eventually he did quit but for other reasons. I'm just very glad that I never met that guy, I'm not sure if I would have been able to hold back from slugging him in the face.
On the surface, I wouldn't necessarily call it Heterophobia. A phobia is a fear and there's a difference between being an intolerant dick and being genuinely afraid. BUT fear can absolutely breed hatred, and I didn't know this guy well enough to know what his specific problem was. He could have had a fear of dying alone for all I know, and was desperate enough to try and convince any guy he sees to save him from that fate. So, let's just say; he's got some major problems.
Honestly, I can't understand why people would post things like 'nice picture, too bad it's of a girl' because even if it's not one's preference, the piece still has work put into it and deserves respect.
I heard about that on Facebook! My response was "Oh it was Dan Savage. Why are people suprised?" He's been hateful to pretty much anyone who isn't an attractive, gay, white, liberal, atheist, biological male.
The leader of one of the most popular anti bullying campaigns in the US ladies and gentleman.
This is true actually. I personally don't care what a person's sexuality is, if you're a jerk to me then I'm not gonna like you but if you're nice then I'll like you ^^ I focus more on a person's personality.
Thats true. I once had a boss who was gay but also a big egoistic asshole, I once found a error in some old documents and tried to tell him about. he asked if I'm going to say that the person who did the documents made an error, I said yes, and all he said was "I was the one who did that", in a way like he wanna say he is perfect and can't do a thing wrong. He even once asked me to search for the phone-number of god. My co-workers told me that he is talking about his own phone-number. Gosh, I hated this guy.