Give it a try.
Sound pretty like a pretty gay idea to me.
@humantrash, remember kids hamasexuality is wrong
@humantrash, It's a pretty queer idea, I agree
@humantrash, I am so surprised you have no downvotes on this comment from people who can’t take a joke
The reason these groups exist is because of the large number of people that just want to identify as a different gender to be considered special/unique. While there are people that actually mentally think this way, I know at least five people that claim to be bisexual ,but wouldn't do anything with the same sex. Rant over, proceed on your journey.
@AndorraBall, I think a more founded reason we have these support groups is because a larger part of the community considered those differences as a mental illness, condemned them to hell, and often harassed them physically. The animosity towards the groups created more attention drawing more people that wanted a piece of that attention or feel a part of something that makes them feel like they stand out.
@Runnin with scissors, I can tell you this much: there is no positive attention to be found after B
@AndorraBall, yeah I'm gay but avoid all LGBTQ+ stuff like the plague. I am technically apart of that community but I feel like my sexuality is something i don't need to flaunt around for all others to see and I feel like these groups can be very toxic. At least in my experience anyways.
@AndorraBall, yet they don't understand that joining a group negates that uniqueness
@AndorraBall, just because someone wouldn’t seek out a relationship with one gender doesn’t mean they aren’t sexually attracted to that gender on any level, don’t be so quick to judge someone just because they’ve adopted a label they feel more comfortable with.
@AndorraBall, narcissism of tiny differences.
@JayCutlersDeadGhost, originally, it wasn't about uniqueness. It was about acceptance and equal freedoms
@tampon theif, "adopting labels" why is this even a thing, I've never felt the need to slap a label on who I am as a person
@Lochu, then you are gay, which is fine, and not an annoying cunt, which is not fine. You can come to my pants party
@Lochu, FINALLY! Another gay person who feels the same as I do! Tried joining one my freshman year of college but since I wasn’t super flamboyant and obsessed with Beyoncé no one really cared for me. Those peoples problems are that they make their sexuality their whole identity whereas it’s only one small part of mine.
@Lochu, thank you for not flaunting. It's not that alternatives to heteronormative lifestyle bother me. It's just annoying when they MUST be that person who is over the top about it. I'm not big on pda of any form, as I feel it's a private thing and should be kept as such. I prefer people to keep their kinks to themselves and just live. If you're not fjcking them, it's not their business. "Gay" clubs fine let ur freak flag fly, but in public it's really off putting and unnecessary.
@Chiribean, that’s because the default labels you were assigned by society match how you feel. That’s the case for most people, but for some, people call them X when they feel like Y, so why is it such a big deal to everyone if they say “hey actually I feel like Y” it makes people feel better and here’s the kicker, it doesn’t affect anyone else at all.
@Lochu, I appreciate you.
@tampon theif, I wasn't assigned any default labels, I don't go by any default labels and you shouldn't assume that I even fit in with society's norm. I do not need labels to tell you what I'm like as a person, that is my personality and not what box I fit in to be like other people.
Pfft, what are we civilized?
@TORGUE FLEXINGTON, Pfft, what are we, all humans?
But they are gay
@DigBickAiryHanus, no u.
@Smo Queed, D E F L E C T E D
@DigBickAiryHanus, not all of them
I've heard the full thing is LGBTQQIAAP. Or something like that. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, ???, Allies, Asexual, Pansexual
@Midnite St0rm, I like QUILTBAG!
@Joseph V Stalin, I too like QUILTBAG now that you have brought it to my attention
@Midnite St0rm, Allies?? FOR STALINGRAD!!!!
@Midnite St0rm, the I stands for inter sex. I don't know what it means though.
@Medic135, I think allies means people who aren't LGBT but people who still attend rallies and raise awareness and stuff
LGBTQIAN@D7K%$Ps downvoted this
Wow it's almost like we already tried this and they kept having their silly Pride parades in their lgbtqia wtfbbq support groups anyway so they can feel like special snowflakes or something
@Captain Swordsman, 1974 the first case of HIV aids infected the first person on American mainland soil, by 1989 there were over 1,000,000 cases and already 1/2 were fatal. At the time, that meant 1 in 4 American lgbtqablahblahblahhahasofunny was dead. Imagine if 25% of a group you belonged to was wiped out of your country. By then over 15 possible cures and treatments were identified by the CDC, but none were acted on because “it was nature taking it’s course”, wiping out the dirty homos. You’ll forgive us if we don’t feel welcome if you just let us get married 3 years ago, and sometimes we still can’t do that without getting spit in our wedding cakes or thrown out of the Secretary of State by an “upstanding citizen withholding her religious rights”.
If you would like to learn more about the American aids crisis check out Lindsay ellis’ review of RENT on YouTube.
@Captain Swordsman, It’s not your fault to think that we shouldn’t have pride parades or things like that, in fact it’s understandable. The media forgets a crisis as soon as it’s over and everyone moves on without changing or learning anything, but the fact is if gay people aren’t constantly making noise and fighting for their rights to exist, they’ll literally die.
In fact as of now, gay people can get married on Saturday, change their Facebook status on Sunday, and get fired or kicked out of their apartment on Monday. There are NO legal protections for lgbt people in housing or employment like there are with other minorities.
And That’s why we have our silly parades. better than turning over cars in the street and burning down any house with a confederate or nazi or blue lives matter flag, which is what we could be doing
@liberachi , you know I didn't realize you had the gay but looking back I feel like I should have, neat to know
LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP, actually, you privileged white male
Shut up, op
Last time I checked this is funny pics not rant pics
As much as this would be great, it is but a dream cuz everyone is a natural asshole. This is like asking a lion to stop being eating the zebra because it's mean.
I've always had a special place in my heart for hot lesbians..but that's my cross to bear. Please don't judge me but you now have to accept me or you will be labeled a Nazi woman hater.
I can’t stand any of the special interest groups. They are massive hypocrites and just add to the hate and bullying.
We need another devastating world war. All this peace is giving us time to find reasons to divide ourselves.
That’s a great password
$ sexuals unite!
We already do.
What is the QIA?
@Not him again, Queer (catch-all term for diversity in sexual interest), Intersex (people born with abnormal sexual organs or genes, for instance, both male and female sex organs), and Asexual (lack of sexual attraction)
@UmActually, they needed to add another letter for "diversity in sexual interest"?? Pretty sure the rest of those letters describe exactly that
@Not him again, I mean, Queer specifically means someone who doesn’t exactly fit the “LGB” part. For instance, there are people who are attracted only to trans people, intersex people and people of their own gender, etc.
@UmActually, *sigh* I knew you were gonna say something along those lines lol. Everyone has to so damn politically correct today.
@Not him again, I’m just saying what people are, you know? If someone wants to stick their thing with someone else’s thing, I don’t give a damn as long as it’s consensual and I’ll call it whatever they want, because I find it’s better to not irrationally disagree with something that doesn’t make me do something against my will.
@UmActually, it's not that in against anybody doin their own thing. What I have an issue with is trying to keep track of the proper labels for people and they get all bent out of shape if I don't refer to them in the right adjective
@Not him again, I feel like most people I know who identify as a member of one of these groups don’t get offended unless it is a repeated problem. For instance, One of my friends from college came out as trans, and it took me a few times to get their name and pronouns right. It was never a point of contention, she would just remind me gently and I’d apologize, and we’d move on. It’s not an issue anymore, but I think that people get bent out of shape when they are continuously told that they’re identity is wrong, and they constantly have to justify themselves to anyone they meet who react negatively to their name, or partner, or their attire. Mostly they feel like they constantly need to get ahead of the problem, and some, especially younger people, respond very negatively to perceived negativity.
@UmActually, like I said, I've never told anyone they are wrong for being who they are, and wouldn't ever think of doing so. It's a sensitive subject, I get that. I've guess I've just had different experiences with people getting more upset than they should if I've slipped up and said the wrong gender/affiliation on accident. Again, it's not that I disapprove or lack respect, and some of these people knew that very much, which is why I don't think anger or disgust is an appropriate response.
Yes it is, it shouldnt be hard, but humans suck at givin the right amount of fvcks about anything.