There’s a way to avoid the subject entirely and just not put your foot in your mouth. What you don’t do is give people a reason to look at you funny and question why you feel someone is not allowed to do the same things you do.
Of course, there’s still that other 15%…
In highly conservative countries like the Philippines, gay equality and acceptance are somehow in between the spectrum of acceptance and neglect.
Utah: “Am I happy?”
The NSA has various filters designed to pick up on True American Spirit, and this method is a bona fide winner. All text messages praising Top Gun are treated with similar deference, and you can expect your certificate of citizenship in the mail within 2 business weeks.
Our country is fighting a war on drugs. We should also start to fight a war against bigotry. The next time you comment on other people’s sexuality, please put yourself in their shoes.
Sometimes it’s actually super funny to watch acquaintances squirming to apologize after assuming we’re sisters, or to watch Mystery Method rejects stammer, searching for a cool-sounding answer to “we’re actually on a date with each other right now.”
“If you can write well about one thing, that’s great!”
Sexuality is weird. There’s so much involved in our desire to f**k – emotional bonding, sexual attraction, thrill, boredom, stress-relief, dominance/submission, power, money, babies, novelty, curiosity, adventure – it’s not always about the sex of the person in which we wish to achieve this from.
Love is my Christianity. Reaching out and hugging people, despite our differences, is my Christianity. Opening myself to new perspectives and beliefs and accepting them, even if they don’t coincide with my personal values, is my Christianity. Caring about other people and their hearts is my Christianity. Celebration is my Christianity.