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Old 01-07-2019, 01:29 PM #11
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Originally Posted by Ant. View Post
It's allowing a person to realise they're not alone and are part of a community. It's achieving validation. How do people calling themselves gay affect you?

Prejudice doesn't exist? How doesn't it? Was the fact I was called a ****** for being on a date with a guy not count as prejudice? Is the fact people are disowned and kicked out of their houses for being gay even in this country not qualify as prejudice? I'm really trying to understand your logic here - prejudice exists in the western world.

But people ARE defined by their sexuality. Their sexuality can represent years of their life figuring themselves out, bullying, and discrimination. That changes people and if people didn't want to be defined by that, trust me, they wouldn't.
Re-read my post.
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