why did you go along and laugh. you shoudlve just sat there quietly. and itss not their fault its the way they grew up. you shouldve just accepted it and forgotten about it. thats what i do everydya lol
I think its just ignorance and eventually people will realise its not a big deal at all. Idk anyone my age who has a problem with gay people except for maybe some brain dead bogans who think theyre hard.
Vitamin, You need to stand up for yourself and do not allow people to talk about you or your lifestyle. You shouldn't of laughed and you should of scorned them for making funny of people. I absolutely hate when people cry about things later on, your quietness doesn't help the situation I am not gay and do not classify as gay but I do not let people talk badly about gay people or anyone. I am a positive person and even through I do not agree with all the choices gays make I do take a stand.
And the only reason they were doing that is to aggravate you, not to judge but if you are on here as a female your probably are a very noticeable closeted gay in real life.
Because television paints a stereotypical vision of gay people for them that's not true at all, and apparently the bible can just be used for one or two sentences that went along with a whole page. To say someone is a noticeable gay because they have a girl av is rather lame Verihaze, lmao, that is just as bad/stereotypical of a way to think. Being masculine or more feminine does not define straight people and really it DOES NOT define gay people, but people for whatever reasons seem to think it does. A really flamboyant gay guy may actually be more into cars, sports, beer, etc... you don't know that, nobody does. Being gay is only part of an individual, it does NOT make up who they are. There are gay people who even would rather label themselves homosexual and not gay, because they do not have anything to do with gay culture or live their life in the typical lifestyle. I'm sorry about you're family Vitamin, hopefully one day people will realize gay people were actually sent here to test them and I hope they all realize they fail miserably.
It has nothing to do with being closed minded or ignorant, and everything to do with how they were brought up. Im not defending it, just explaining it. Older people know that its not acceptable to ridicule certain sectors of society, but in their own homes, they feel they can express what they were told to believe.
People on this site think its acceptable to call people fat and ugly. Imagine in 50 years time, when its no longer acceptable to use the “f” word, imagine the blog from your grandchildren expressing their disgust that you called that presenter on telly fat!
Yaxha I'm not trying to be "tough and shit" and sorry if you took it that way?!?! LOL. Sass21 i was clearly joking on calls and pretty sure i said if you find anything i said offensive just tell me and ill stop. plus you went on call with me like twice so
It's just a generation thing. They were raised that way, and it's hard for people to come out of their ways. I've talked about this with my mother and grandmother on numerous occasions. I don't know what it was like in the UK back then, but in the US, that was just how society was back then, and older people can be really stubborn. Nobody even thought about being gay, because you would get ridiculed if you were.
But it also varies somewhat from person to person. When my grandmother was growing up in the '60s, she didn't understand why people were getting hated for being gay. She obviously couldn't voice that opinion back then, but that still has to count for something! Anyways, I hope your family gets to be more understanding with the subject. You have a whole realm of people to talk to on here if you ever need anyone! :)
CocoaBean It was a lot more than twice considering when I went through and removed all the conversations from Stars, there were like, at least 10 that included the same 4 or 5 people. And I'm pretty sure you weren't joking because I know that you were told multiple times that what you were saying was not okay and you kept doing it anyway.
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