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Date Signed Up:6/13/2013
Last Login:7/01/2016
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#356 - I respect and understand your opinion but I don't think your c…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/30/2016 on LGBTQP extremists 0
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#357 - zwaxor (06/30/2016) [-]
Well sure, but my point is that the "coming out" is not what's being celebrated at events like Gay Pride. I just believe they should label it differently, because the semantics go a long way in creating the right mentality.
#303 - Pride is the opposite of shame, so I think the name is very ap…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/30/2016 on LGBTQP extremists -3
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#367 - wiredguy (06/30/2016) [-]
I see where you're coming from, and agree absolutely

but in my experience, the vast majority of people don't see it your way
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#354 - zwaxor (06/30/2016) [-]
Pride comes from making good decisions or witnessing others making them. Being gay isn't a decision, and shouldn't be treated as such. Having legs is nothing to be ashamed of either, but you don't see me dedicating a day a year to flaunt my bipedalism.
#356 - garbie (06/30/2016) [-]
I respect and understand your opinion but I don't think your comparison is good. The pride is not on being gay, but in not being ashamed of it.

For me there is definitely some kind of bravery on being openly gay. You can feel pride on confronting your family when coming out or as I said earlier when you decide to do not give a fuck about what people might think and show affection towards people of the your same sex. These may seem minor things to you, but I had to cross the barrier of fear sometimes and I feel proud of it.

Hopefully, as you say being gay will soon become so accepted that there will be nothing to be proud of.
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#357 - zwaxor (06/30/2016) [-]
Well sure, but my point is that the "coming out" is not what's being celebrated at events like Gay Pride. I just believe they should label it differently, because the semantics go a long way in creating the right mentality.
#102 - What is with the red thumbs? He said something reasonable … 06/11/2016 on super she boon -3
#140 - Finally someone says it. She was on drugs. The judge were … 06/09/2016 on jail +5
#233 - It amazes me how people seem not to care that much about it. … 05/31/2016 on islam comp: Stefan & angry... +2
#76 - I believe all kind of jobs objetify the worker as you use your…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/14/2016 on /v/irgin had fun with... +6
#80 - kingpongthedon (05/14/2016) [-]
For most jobs, even very low-skill jobs, you are producing something of value. Even a fry cook makes fries but a prostitute doesn't create anything new. And yeah, there are plenty of other jobs like this, massage therapists for example, but barring the kinds with happy endings they don't really run into the ethical issues prostitution does. But still, you're selling your skills and not your body.
#101 - keligus (05/14/2016) [-]
**keligus used "*roll picture*"**
**keligus rolled image**a prostitute would be akin to a drug seller. sue tot he fact that getting off gives you taht high sensation for a few seconds. they don't bring anything new but an experience
#108 - I though he was edgy too and for 15yo and here I am, playing h…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/11/2016 on Overwatch comp 3: the finale -4
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#153 - foamytesquirrel (05/11/2016) [-]
MOOOOODSS
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#110 - skorve (05/11/2016) [-]
I mean, I'm 22 and idgaf.
#190 - Autistic is the anon who shows his opinion without login too a… 05/03/2016 on I'm dying again. Cringe... +1
#95 - i don't think that her coreagraphies are specially sexual but …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/30/2016 on #lutelivesmatter +4
#105 - anon (04/30/2016) [-]
When people put time and effort into making themselves physically attractive, it may feel liberating and empowering, but it's it's only because they're feeding that desire to be found attractive by others- it's ultimately an inward looking, weak mentality, and I think it's what's holding women back. Prioritising how you are perceived is going to hold you back from actually doing anything productive.
Compared to male ones, there are so few female role models who's attractiveness didn't play a major part in their fame. I'm a college student at the moment, and I've noticed all the useless i'm-not-really-gonna-get-a-career-out-of-this or generally unambitious courses like fine art are dominated by women where as things like engineering and computer graphics are taken by far more men.
#84 - i think it is just the opposite, the woman must find balance i… 04/05/2016 on female gaming journalists +20
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