Heterosexuality. . I don' t mind straight. my main problem with gays acting gay in public isn't that they are gay. It's the fact that they are putting on a show. They are purposefully garnering attention
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User avatar #14 - guitarguise (05/12/2013) [+] (14 replies)
my main problem with gays acting gay in public isn't that they are gay. It's the fact that they are putting on a show. They are purposefully garnering attention. The common gay behavior is, in itself, an fabulous shout to the world. You don't see many straight men strutting around with tank tops, flexing their biceps everywhere, grabbing their crotch. And when you do, you judge them as well. So it's fair. I'm not uncomfortable with the gay itself; I'm uncomfortable and judgmental of anyone, regardless of sexual orientation, who flaunts their sexuality like a douchebag. gays are certainly no exception.

That said, there are plenty of homosexuals who behave normally. And by "normal", I don't mean like straights. I mean like normal members of society with regular problems and goals in life. Just trying to get by and having the humility/common decency to behave well in public. I think the extravagant gays just give them a bad rap.

TL;DR: I don't approve of members of society who can't behave decently, regardless of sexual orientation.
#17 - Furubatsu (05/12/2013) [-]
MRW reading the coments
MRW reading the coments
#48 - hollyisthebest (05/12/2013) [-]
I'm straight, but sometimes act gay in public for the sake of a joke or to piss people off.
I'm straight, but sometimes act gay in public for the sake of a joke or to piss people off.
#81 - Ulmer (05/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I will never be respected as a human being because some loud-mouthed minority stereotyped the majority.

User avatar #16 - extralie (05/12/2013) [-]
So much purple in the comments.
#136 - fefe (05/13/2013) [+] (12 replies)
I don't like gay people. There is no law that says I have to like gay people. No, I'm not "homophobic". "Homophobia" is not a real phobia. It's a slur, and is intentionally meant to be offensive and provocative. And no, I'm not ignorant either.

Some people like blondes, some people like brunettes, but if someone doesn't like blondes you don't call them "blondephobic" and ignorant.

Homosexuals are only a very tiny minority in the population, yet their culture is glorified and shoved down the throats of the overwhelming majority. Homosexuals need to adapt to OUR culture, not the other way around.

Straight Pride.

User avatar #151 to #136 - emptysuperman (05/13/2013) [-]
I don't like red heads. Don't find them physically attractive, but I also don't treat them or think about them any differently, therefore I'm not a bigot. You aren't attracted to gays, but you "don't like them." Therefore you are a bigot. "Homophobic" is the term for people who are bigoted toward homosexuals. You sir, are a homophobe. It is not a slur, it is an accurate label given to you based on the opinions you have voiced. Homophobes are a tiny minority in the population, yet you shout your ideals to the overwhelming majority, expecting us to give in to your commands. Homophobes need to adapt to OUR culture, not the other way around.

User avatar #18 - elise (05/12/2013) [+] (31 replies)
who says normal = straight? you can be normal and gay. normal and just a person. being normal is being a functioning part of society that meshes with the crowd. and don't get me wrong, you can be different. but when you're constantly trying to make a statement about your sexual preference, some people are bound to get offended. keep what you prefer sexually to yourself. wearing a shirt that says you like ****** midget porn doesn't equal expressing who you are. just the part of yourself most people wish you'd keep private.
User avatar #156 - concreteballoon (05/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Everyone have sex with something and shut up
User avatar #144 - wellimnotsure (05/13/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I don't really mind or care about gay people, but the ones who go out in public and start making out with their partner as a "statement" need to die, I don't want to see straight people banging in public either.
#135 - KungFuZerO (05/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I think we can all agree that nobody hates "how gays act"
but rather we hate people who are loud and obnoxious and overdramatic
and the sad fact is that gay men have been stereotyped as that
User avatar #108 - cactusphalus (05/13/2013) [-]
What is this? Content for ants?!
User avatar #76 - lanstar (05/13/2013) [-]
I love it when my gay friend passes other gays and looks angrily at them and mutters " ******* faggots"
#65 - jerkymcgee (05/13/2013) [-]
All I'll say is that I have no problem with gay people. I REALLY ******* hate flamers though. Why? No other reason than because they're annoying. I think everybody can say that they hate annoying people.
#50 - sketchysketchist (05/12/2013) [+] (27 replies)
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I don't mind gay people as long as they don't act like total pussies.
They might be gay, they need to man the **** up. They need to be ready to ax trees down and hunt. Not worry about their hair and using make-up. Same goes for the straight guys who do this girly **** .
Women, can be pussies or very butch. Both are cool because it's a double standard in society that I don't mind letting go because no one want to beat a sissy girl and no one wants to start **** with a tough one. As for men, tough ones are ready to fight back and pussies will get their ass kicked because people love picking on the weakest link.
MFW people hear my opinion.
#61 to #50 - flixoe (05/13/2013) [-]
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User avatar #153 - bulbakip ONLINE (05/13/2013) [-]
Actually sounds more fun.
User avatar #141 - dvdfaust (05/13/2013) [-]
And that still makes things awkward when co-workers or whoever finds out... ruins the whole work dynamic, since men will automatically switch to "don't hit on me" mode and women seem to go to "dresses and shopping mode" (not that I'd mind that part as much, being trans). But I think I'd just like to be able to act like me and not lie when relationship questions come up. "You see that girl over there?" Sure, only if I can counter with "damn that man's ass is fine."
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User avatar #118 to #116 - theseventhalias (05/13/2013) [-]
is there something wrong with that?
#127 - Schwarzenegger (05/13/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I'm openly straight. Where's my parade?
I'm openly straight. Where's my parade?
#82 - fefe (05/13/2013) [+] (16 replies)
Oh look another hetrophobic post by the incessant gay cult.
#83 to #82 - willisteal (05/13/2013) [-]
It's not heterophobic, it's sarcasm. And the gay community is not a cult, we do not recruit and have no specific belief system or charge people money to share in our loving community!
User avatar #59 - bandoslootshare (05/13/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Ever bi person ive ever encountered was really ugly, makes me think one day they gave up and just went "ill take anything i can get"
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