Of course, it isn’t! I just wanted to prove a point. First off, it’s not a disease. Secondly, you don’t become “gay” by association. Yet, some people (on both sides of the team) would have you believe so.
I would have thought that as a community that has experienced so much discrimination and hate, they would be a little more sensitive and open-minded. As a dark-skinned, Latin American, woman, I hit the gene pool lottery when it comes to the types of discrimination I could possibly experience, and LORD KNOWS, I’ve experienced them ALL…. except, I’m not gay. Even so, I’m still very sensitive to the GLBT community and embrace them with open arms.
I am, however, extremely open-minded, gay-friendly, and an advocate for legalizing gay marriage. I’m very sensitive to the GLBT community and embrace them with open arms. I love my GLBT’s. In support of this community, I attended Miami Pride and I had a fantastic time. It was great to see old friends I hadn’t seen in a while. I danced my booty off with anyone who wanted to shake their booty with me. It’s all love!
So why am I being harassed about my sexual orientation? Someone (lesbian woman) said to me “Oh, I saw you dancing with girls out there… don’t front” or (from a gay man) “Straight? Yeah right, sister, you’re at Pride.” Really, GLBT, Really? So if I dance with a lesbian woman, did I just catch “lesbianism?” Oh wait… I was also hanging with gay men. **GASP*** Am I going to turn into a gay man? (Wait, I find some gay men attractive. Maybe I did turn into a gay man! Gay men are usually pretty hot, but I digress…) Of course, not. Not anymore than dancing with me will make you straight. My lesbian sisters, none of you had the sudden urge to go s*ck a d*ck, didya? Didn’t think so…
So much crap you talk about acceptance and yet, yet take a gander at how you ostracize someone who is not “playing on your team.” So ignorant… and so disappointing.