I have this deep weight on my chest that I feel I need to air out. I’ve always loved the gays, supportive and very pro-gay, I always defend them and I just fully love them. But some people are not like that. I’ve heard it all, saying how it’s wrong to be gay, it’s not normal and bull like that and of course how I am when it comes to the gays, I have the urge to speak up and say something, I can feel my nerves ready to explode.
It’s crazy, because some people are so damn religious and God is their everything, correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t the Bible say that you shouldn’t judge? O.o that we are all equals? If that’s so, how come some don’t respect others? Who cares who the other person wants to fucking screw? It’s none of you’re bloody bussiness. If he likes getting banged like a dog then let him, it’s behind clossed doors, what he does, it’s his issue and not anyone elses, I’m not asking people to become their bestfriends, but respect them, their life choices and decisions. AND stop saying it’s ‘wrong’ cause its not, they’re more amazing than you’ll ever be. So if you’re a gaylord, be proud of yourself!
& Parents if you see your son kissing hes G.I Joe action figure, don’t be shocked years later when he comes out of the closet, embrace his inner queen. <3
P.S The movie Brokeback Mountin breaks my heart every time, because back in the days, it was ‘wrong’, and the love they had for each-other was so strong but yet couldn’t be together..
No matter if it’s dude & dude, chicka & chicka or girly & fella, love is love, no matter how you put it, if two people love each-other then be happy for them instead of hating. & Something funny, the ones who bully them, it’s mostly cause secretly THEY’RE the ones who has a inner queen dying to come out. Only means YOU are the one insecure about your sexuality! Respect others life and the way they want to live it, be happy for others. If they’re happy with their partner, then so what, if it’s two men together or two females?! What does it for you?! Nothing. But never say it’s wrong, or that it’s a “disease” because it’s not.