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#206 - alexwise (08/23/2013) [-]
Is everything on this site literally taken from reddit?
User avatar #208 to #206 - site (08/23/2013) [-]
I am site, i can confirm this
#212 to #208 - alexwise (08/23/2013) [-]
Thanks dude.
#294 to #206 - gisuar (08/23/2013) [-]
what are you going to do? flip a coin?
#276 to #206 - wtfduud (08/23/2013) [-]
No.


Also from 4chan and Tumblr.
#58 - xonorithedruid (08/23/2013) [-]
<--- All I can think about when i see those people. I am gay and it embarrasses me.
<--- All I can think about when i see those people. I am gay and it embarrasses me.
#83 to #58 - narlex (08/23/2013) [-]
Why does it embarrass you? It's got nothing to do with you.
#191 - rambomanthree (08/23/2013) [-]
>be bisexual
>live in rual fag hating town
>go to city one day
>go to this gay pride festival thinking that it would be a good way to get in touch with culture and maybe see a good looking person or two.
>go there
>people look like they just got out of a ******* lady gaga cosplay convention
>two people, genders in which i cannot tell if feminine males.. or butch females.. i don't know what the **** they are
>creepy goth looking shebeast walks up to me.. looks like fat maralyn manson
>has this ******* fatass thing in leather on a leash... that is making animal noises and weighs 400 pounds it looks like. with a furry tail
>goth he/she beast: here, hold my pet for me....
>me: what the actual **** ...?


Needless to say i did not stick around for the parade
Never again.... ever
User avatar #193 to #191 - rambomanthree (08/23/2013) [-]
Oh also.. it was a human.

Just if "animal noises" and "furry tail" set you aside.
it was one of those fox tail butt plugs i think
#86 - wiredguy (08/23/2013) [-]
Just how the blacks have ******* , whites have white trash and religious groups have their terrorists and nutjobs - we have faggots.
Every possible large denomination of people is going to have at least its proportionate share of people who are just cunts, yet think they should be the ones to represent one or more of the groups they identify with.

Besides, what they were doing sounded full-on illegal. Gay or straight.
Ah, they're just mad because daddy didn't love them. We should pity them, really.
User avatar #36 - Sinless (08/23/2013) [-]
I feel OP. I support gays and everything

However, when I see **** like the gay pride parades, I can't help but lose a great deal of respect for the people walking. I accidently walked through one and saw more penises there than I saw during my last visit to 4chan. People walking with their breasts and dicks out; I even got grabbed twice. That also ended up being the day I almost took my 7 year old niece out for ice cream.

Dude I get it. You guys are gay and you want to be heard, but having such a vulgar parade is no way to garner respect. Most people don't want straight people walking with their dicks and tits out; why would they want gays?
User avatar #249 to #36 - zorororonoa (08/23/2013) [-]
I hate those ******* parades too. What better way to get acceptance and work towards being seen as normal than buy acting completely disgusting and vulgar in public. Oh wait, that doesn't do anything that they are "trying to accomplish." It is making it harder for them to get accepted. It is ******* stupid.
#85 to #36 - narlex (08/23/2013) [-]
Here's your problem - you're treating those group of people going to that parade as a representation of what all gay people are. Instead of blaming "the gays" you need to blame the individuals for their behavior - being gay has absolutely nothing to do with it.
User avatar #92 to #85 - kevlar (08/23/2013) [-]
but thats exactly what he said. he said he lost respect for the people walking, not gays in general
User avatar #235 - thempc ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
if anyone, straight or gay, does **** like this in public, than they're obviously attention whores, so **** them regardless of their sexuality
#247 to #235 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
It's the pleasure seeking that I can't stand.
User avatar #257 to #247 - emptysuperman (08/23/2013) [-]
What do you mean?
#261 to #257 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
I mean that people can be pleasure seekers on either side. That has nothing to do with love or relationship or anything wholesome. Just pleasure. People who seek pleasure because it's all they care about. It makes them self-centered and they never have many good relations (I should think). It's sort of an addiction, I guess. Like people who get into relationships just to **** and then go further and further and break all the boundaries and do whatever the **** they want because they can and then justify it by calling their slavery to pleasure their freedom. Like people who do such acts as the post. I would feel the same about any person. There are things that are unsightly and not ok to do in public. people must have behavioral standards, no matter who they are. Do whatever you want in the privacy of your own house, because these things belong there.

And there you have a ******** expressed, condensed version of what I mean. Please ask for clarification.
User avatar #271 to #261 - emptysuperman (08/23/2013) [-]
So you don't like undignified heathens. I'm a heathen, but I'm dignified about it. The worst I'll do is cross dress in public, but I have full right to do that. I don't think sexual orientation or gender has to do with any of this. Any thing a hetero couple can do a homo couple can do. That being said, I agree with you. For me it's about consent. People who do those things in public are doing it BECAUSE they get sexual pleasure from being in public. So they are getting sexual pleasure from being watched. Unless the party watching is consenting, that's a form of sexual abuse. It's not rape or molestation or anything, but it's in the same group.
#287 to #271 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
Huh. I never thought of it like that, but that is a brilliant point. Can I scream eye-rape if I see people? XD

I kid, I kid. But yeah. I'd support your right to wear an odd outfit in a heartbeat. Equality before the law is what this country does. My country, assuming you're not from the US. I got no problem with you dressing like the opposite. That's not exactly heathenistic. Hetero and homo couples are the same except for the genders of the parties involved. I've met gays who are really good friends of mine and I've met gays who I expect to go off the rails at any given time. Like this theatre company I've worked with a lot lately, for example, is mainly run by two guys, both gay, who are completely different. Lester, the prop master, is one of the most responsible men I've ever met. He takes care of everything from a bunch of the directing to every backstage operation you can think of. He handles set design, construction, costuming, casting, writing, composing, acting... Everything. The other guy, Eric, the owner of the company, routinely ***** up. He smokes two packs of cigarrettes a day, gets drunk and high every night, can't seem to hold it together at rehearsals, when acting can't quite displace enough of himself to create a character or remember most of his lines, and gets into tough places all the time. One time in the middle of tech week for a show we did he got himself stranded halfway across the country with no way home because he had gone out drinking the night before his ride was coming home. He woke up naked in a hotel room with no memory of the night beofre. All his luggage was gone and he had no way of doing anything but call for help. That's what I mean when I say pleasure seeking lifestyle. Lester cross dresses and goes out for drag competitions. It's hilarious to watch him and I love the guy. Eric... He's a nice guy, but he doesn't exactly lead an ideal life.
#288 to #287 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
Oh and by does, I mean should do.
User avatar #309 to #288 - emptysuperman (08/23/2013) [-]
Like anything, you need to control your pleasures. Life comes first. You need to be stable to keep doing what you want long term. Nobody likes people who are unstable because they drag the rest of society down. But as long as you aren't hurting anyone, people should be allowed to do what they like. That applies to everything, I think. People never seem to realize that, though.
#315 to #309 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
Well I think that people take the idea freedom and figure it means them specifically in a social context. The freedom to do whatever whenever without any consequences no matter who sees them or is affected. A selfish freedom in a way. Like children, I think. I don't think we as a people should support their way of life. I mean we can't just quash those people and create outcasts destroyed by the law. They need the same love and care as anybody else having trouble getting their life in order. But society also shouldn't validate their way of life because it's afraid of hurting their feelings. Tolerance is condescension in many ways. Treating people like children is no way to make think they're adults.
User avatar #318 to #315 - emptysuperman (08/23/2013) [-]
I think the problem more lies with not knowing where to draw the line. Doing BDSM stuff in public is actually a perfect example. Even though we both agree it's wrong to do because the audience is not consenting, it's understandable if people still think it's okay. I mean, after all, they aren't naked and it isn't physically hurting anyone. So we aren't objectively right, but neither are they. Gray areas are just very difficult to manage in themselves, but the problem extends when people think the black and white are also shades of gray. For example, people who think it's okay to take other people's rights away because they don't like it or people who think it's okay to do anything they want despite it's possibility to infringe on another's rights.
#321 to #318 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
True... Do you think it could be a reversal of the philosophy of majority rule and minority rights to minority rule and majority rights? I mean the majority of people would not do things like that in public, yet let the minority because they are afraid to be accused of oppression or hate.
User avatar #329 to #321 - emptysuperman (08/23/2013) [-]
I just think we need to look at things like this:

"Does it hurt anyone?"
"No"
"Then it's not wrong, anyone can do it."

"Does it hurt anyone?"
"Yes."
"Then it's wrong, nobody can do it."

"Does it hurt anyone?"
"It's complicated."
"Then we need to have a democratic vote on where the lines need be drawn."

Too often are people interested in what other people do. If a dude wants to butt **** another dude, none of your business. If a dude wants to butt **** YOU (and you don't want it), then he should be in prison. If a dude wants to butt **** another dude within hear shot of you, a conversation is needed.
#340 to #329 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
I agree. The problem we have (in my opinion, anyway) is that a lot of people think that this is a closed discussion no matter what the situation is. That sides have been chosen and that it's now a war that one side must decisively win. Everyone deserves compassion, respect, love, and support no matter who they are and no matter where they come from. In my eyes, tolerance is condescending. Arguing and giving each other hell until we finally find common ground builds a mutual respect for everyone. People find each other more real and tangible when they get to know each other and know where the lines are each person draws. What better way to know someone than to figure out what is in their heads and hearts? Looking past an action and excusing it by way of saying that it's fine because you aren't involved is just a way to treat a person like a child just like throwing a tantrum to get your way is a good way to act like one. Let me put it this way: I'll come right out and argue with you endlessly about why you're wrong in your way of thinking, and would be wholeheartedly interested in what you have do say in the way of why I'm wrong. I'd also be the first to stand and get your back to protect your right to think the way you think. And that's how I think that people should be treated. I think that's the way we develop for the better.
#331 - Womens Study Major (08/23/2013) [-]
that's not a guilty confession, that's just saying an opinion, you faggop
#333 to #331 - Womens Study Major (08/23/2013) [-]
yeah it's one of those ****** use of the meme to just thumbwhore because no one disapproves of it
#411 to #331 - maskedguy (08/23/2013) [-]
Fag anon didn't read the description.
User avatar #179 - gosh (08/23/2013) [-]
I support gay peoples rights, I don't support faggots.
I support straight peoples rights, I don't support faggots.
I support Muslims, Atheists, and Christians rights, I don't support faggots.

Don't be a faggot and no one will give a **** .
#183 to #179 - teranin ONLINE (08/23/2013) [-]
yeah, **** Harleys!
User avatar #74 - caelinnis (08/23/2013) [-]
Those aren't "gay" people.

Those are perverted, indecent, and ******* rude people, who happen to be gay.
User avatar #410 - Mr Ronok (08/23/2013) [-]
those arent gays, those are faggots. its like the difference between ******* and black people. Gays are people like NPH, Elton John, and Freddie Mercury. faggots are people like those.
User avatar #265 - navadae (08/23/2013) [-]
see i wanna do something like that with my Master but.. not somewhere it would interrupt someones business, more like out on the street or something
User avatar #323 to #317 - navadae (08/23/2013) [-]
my lack of penis begs to differ
User avatar #324 to #323 - guiguito (08/23/2013) [-]
hahgay.com
lel u haz small penis.
User avatar #342 to #324 - navadae (08/23/2013) [-]
you`re trying too hard
User avatar #343 to #342 - guiguito (08/23/2013) [-]
u mad
User avatar #388 to #343 - navadae (08/23/2013) [-]
now you`re just not trying
User avatar #414 to #388 - guiguito (08/23/2013) [-]
i don't even...
User avatar #213 - secondlawprevails (08/23/2013) [-]
I honestly don't mind gays.....until I have to take a twenty minute detour just because a bunch of them decided to have a parade.
#182 - holmesc (08/23/2013) [-]
To doubt that FJ wouldn't come out and speak the truth one day...
To doubt that FJ wouldn't come out and speak the truth one day...
User avatar #336 to #259 - mvtjets (08/23/2013) [-]
You won't lose out on much by not eating at Chick-Fil-A like you would with gas.
#350 to #336 - theinvisibletheift (08/23/2013) [-]
Interesting how self interest beats out moral thinking, isn't it?
#385 to #259 - graytimber (08/23/2013) [-]
I believe the difference was that Chik-Fil-A had an owner who was funding groups against gay marriage here in America...
And that we can't really change what happens over there. If we stopped buying gas, due to demand, someone else would gladly pay for it. (I mean countries, here.) In this time of necessity, we can't just stop buying gas, either. Everyone would suffer.
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#358 - Womens Study Major (08/23/2013) [-]
What everyone has to realize about this type of behavior is that it is a direct result of our societal stigmatization of homosexuality. Many gay people have grown up hearing that any homosexual behavior was socially unacceptable and so to have an even moderately fulfilling sexual life they are forced to develop emotional mechanisms separating their sexual fulfillment from their ideas of social judgement. This is necessary for nearly every homosexual raised in an intolerant environment and often for those with a fair amount of tolerance as homosexuality is still widely understood as deviant by many who are objectively "tolerant". The consequence of this is a group of sexually active people who have by necessity developed behavioral mechanisms that liberate their sexuality from societal pressure. I doubt homosexuals are generally kinkier by population than anyone else. It seems far more likely that we have driven their sexuality into the light and are now unhappy with what we see.
#393 to #358 - Womens Study Major (08/23/2013) [-]
fuk u faggot
#373 to #358 - irauh (08/23/2013) [-]
Preach it, brother.
User avatar #371 to #358 - desuforeverlulz (08/23/2013) [-]
he's right you know.jpg
User avatar #401 - satanisthesavior (08/23/2013) [-]
You're getting confused here. It's not just gay people that do that sort of thing, there's a lot of straight couples like that too. In fact, I would wager that (minus the leather part) there are more straight couples than gay couples that do that.

You can support gays and not support BDSM lifestyles. That's cool. But don't think it's just gay couples who are into some freaky **** .

Being led around on a leash sounds pretty sweet btw
#402 to #401 - baskisk (08/23/2013) [-]
I don't think this post is as much about BDSM than it is about the fact that they were showing it in public. Do it all you want at home but not in a public store.
User avatar #405 to #402 - satanisthesavior (08/23/2013) [-]
I agree with that. I was just pointing out that it's not only gay couples who do this **** .
#400 - smeckles (08/23/2013) [-]
I support gay rights, everyone has the right to get married and be just as miserable as everyone else. But holy hells bells, how in the living hell is having half naked men on top of dick floats rolling down Main St., USA going to achieve anything?
I support gay rights, everyone has the right to get married and be just as miserable as everyone else. But holy hells bells, how in the living hell is having half naked men on top of dick floats rolling down Main St., USA going to achieve anything?
#406 to #400 - spacecataz (08/23/2013) [-]
you mean the ONE TIME A YEAR that happens? jesus christ.
User avatar #376 - youarenotspecial (08/23/2013) [-]
I've seen some straight couples do this, too. Greasy faced teenagers with furry tails, to boot.
No body wants to see that **** .
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