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Age: 23
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Date Signed Up:8/29/2012
Last Login:5/05/2015
Location:Mesa AZ
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#301 - I don't know, I think that the additional groups to the LGBT c…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/26/2015 on Christian tubs 0
User avatar #310 - TarnRazor (01/26/2015) [-]
What bothers me about this whole thing is that if gender is a social construct which I believe it is then what is with all these gender fluid/bigender/omnigender people? I've decided I am agender but only because gender is a social construct and, thus, doesn't really exist in my book. That being said, I find it strange when people acknowledge that gender is a social construct and then start fitting themselves within genders. It seems counterproductive. I'm not even going to go into other kin but that doesn't really fall under LGBTQ+. After thinking about all this stuff, however, I've just decided to live and let live. They don't really affect me in any way so I'm not really going to vocalize any objection.
#249 - Right on man! I am outraged that in this day in age, some peop…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/26/2015 on Christian tubs 0
User avatar #259 - leifbunny (01/26/2015) [-]
I will, however, say that our community often shoots itself in the foot with all of these ridiculous new genders and concepts people keep pumping ut to feel special, only to drop them in adulthood or when they finally get a grip on themselves. We've become a fashion statement, and with that comes the folks who will rewrite it to their own style to suit their own needs. I never had to look up what I was. I knew that I seemed to be homosexual at a young age. I hid it. Learned from it. Took forever to finally decide that it was my life, and I couldn't hide from it, before I ever said anything. Now you have folks with blogs and facebook pages talking about how they're trisexual transgender twinklekin blah blah blah. And it's ridiculous. That said, transgender folks really do have a hand in this fight for acceptance, but the waters have since been poisoned, so to speak. I really wish it were easier for people to differentiate those who have struggled with it for years, and those who are just trendy teens hopping on the bandwagon.
User avatar #301 - iigooseii (01/26/2015) [-]
I don't know, I think that the additional groups to the LGBT community are as important as the original. Intersex has the backing of biology, and is a real condition. Those born intersex have their own identity problems, similar to those who are Trans. Should we ignore them? Asexuality, is another orientation, and this sexual orientation has it's own stigmas and misunderstandings, why should be ignore them? Third sex, is something that has a strong backing in sociology, and influences how one sees their gender and sexuality. Note that gender is different than biology, and that gender is a social construct. Cultures over the world mostly conform to two gender system, however there are those who do not identify with their gender. How can we ignore these people's identity and struggles? I personally think that gender is something that should be weaved out of society, but until then it is part of people's lives. Pansexuality exist mainly because we have those who are transsexual. And unfortunately because gender still exist in our society. Pansexuality is the one, that I am not completely convinced on. However my point is that all of these groups have equal backing behind them, they are all real, and all affect a person's either sexual orientation or identity. We should not ignore these groups because their identity is as real as being gay or straight. The whole LGBTQIAA all struggle with the same problems that stem from similar reasons. We should unite instead of making a huge a deal with who is what. Instead we should just see ourselves as a group, that group being "queer". I think we should all work together from the point that we are all queer. So I do agree with you that making a huge deal about who identifies as what, takes away from the reason we are all together. As for those doing it to be trendy, I am not entirely aware of people doing this, however I could see people doing it. But the only reason that it could be seen as trendy is because we have progressed so much from where we use to be. There are always going to be those people who are just following the trend, no matter what it is. There's really nothing we can do.
User avatar #310 - TarnRazor (01/26/2015) [-]
What bothers me about this whole thing is that if gender is a social construct which I believe it is then what is with all these gender fluid/bigender/omnigender people? I've decided I am agender but only because gender is a social construct and, thus, doesn't really exist in my book. That being said, I find it strange when people acknowledge that gender is a social construct and then start fitting themselves within genders. It seems counterproductive. I'm not even going to go into other kin but that doesn't really fall under LGBTQ+. After thinking about all this stuff, however, I've just decided to live and let live. They don't really affect me in any way so I'm not really going to vocalize any objection.
User avatar #254 - guruofcancer (01/26/2015) [-]
The more letters you guys add to LGBT the less I can take you seriously.
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#196 - I think it's amazing how ignorant people are of gay culture, a…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/26/2015 on Christian tubs 0
User avatar #221 - leifbunny (01/26/2015) [-]
Fucking this. And before people start losing their minds because "gay people think they had black people's struggle" think of this, folks: Throughout most of history we haven't been enslaved. We've been outright murdered. And in some places still are. Hell, Alan Turing was forced to accept castration in lieu of jail time because homosexuality was illegal. In the UK of all places! He later killed himself over it! Fuck the fact that he was the inventor of the progenitor of today's technological world. He's gay. Better ruin his life. You people would rather point at something as insignificant as who we love rather than what we can offer to society. And it's sickening. We have our support groups and parades and the need to feel proud of ourselves because as a culture Yes a culture, we are a fucking culture because of you people. We have been forced to be different to suit your need to see us as different. If you really think loving someone of the same gender turns you into a stereotype overnight, you probably also believe in the tooth fairy, too. we have overcome a lot. We have hidden ourselves in needless shame and pain for years. Decades. Centuries.
User avatar #249 - iigooseii (01/26/2015) [-]
Right on man! I am outraged that in this day in age, some people don't have an understanding of Gay culture. I am more outraged because of the hate and bigotry that goes on towards the LGBTQIA community. All we strive to be is human, nothing more, nothing less. The people are speaking so misguidedly it is truly sad. I, myself struggled with my identity, because I grew up, and still live in a Christian family. I have to be silent while having to listen to bigotry (I mean called Gay people "fags", Talking ill of Gay family members). So when people who don't understand that gay people have struggled, go on to criticize our culture, it sets me off. I personally struggle with suicidal thoughts and drug problems currently, partially because I have a great deal of identity problems. The boat can only move if everybody is on board, help us move on.
User avatar #259 - leifbunny (01/26/2015) [-]
I will, however, say that our community often shoots itself in the foot with all of these ridiculous new genders and concepts people keep pumping ut to feel special, only to drop them in adulthood or when they finally get a grip on themselves. We've become a fashion statement, and with that comes the folks who will rewrite it to their own style to suit their own needs. I never had to look up what I was. I knew that I seemed to be homosexual at a young age. I hid it. Learned from it. Took forever to finally decide that it was my life, and I couldn't hide from it, before I ever said anything. Now you have folks with blogs and facebook pages talking about how they're trisexual transgender twinklekin blah blah blah. And it's ridiculous. That said, transgender folks really do have a hand in this fight for acceptance, but the waters have since been poisoned, so to speak. I really wish it were easier for people to differentiate those who have struggled with it for years, and those who are just trendy teens hopping on the bandwagon.
User avatar #301 - iigooseii (01/26/2015) [-]
I don't know, I think that the additional groups to the LGBT community are as important as the original. Intersex has the backing of biology, and is a real condition. Those born intersex have their own identity problems, similar to those who are Trans. Should we ignore them? Asexuality, is another orientation, and this sexual orientation has it's own stigmas and misunderstandings, why should be ignore them? Third sex, is something that has a strong backing in sociology, and influences how one sees their gender and sexuality. Note that gender is different than biology, and that gender is a social construct. Cultures over the world mostly conform to two gender system, however there are those who do not identify with their gender. How can we ignore these people's identity and struggles? I personally think that gender is something that should be weaved out of society, but until then it is part of people's lives. Pansexuality exist mainly because we have those who are transsexual. And unfortunately because gender still exist in our society. Pansexuality is the one, that I am not completely convinced on. However my point is that all of these groups have equal backing behind them, they are all real, and all affect a person's either sexual orientation or identity. We should not ignore these groups because their identity is as real as being gay or straight. The whole LGBTQIAA all struggle with the same problems that stem from similar reasons. We should unite instead of making a huge a deal with who is what. Instead we should just see ourselves as a group, that group being "queer". I think we should all work together from the point that we are all queer. So I do agree with you that making a huge deal about who identifies as what, takes away from the reason we are all together. As for those doing it to be trendy, I am not entirely aware of people doing this, however I could see people doing it. But the only reason that it could be seen as trendy is because we have progressed so much from where we use to be. There are always going to be those people who are just following the trend, no matter what it is. There's really nothing we can do.
User avatar #310 - TarnRazor (01/26/2015) [-]
What bothers me about this whole thing is that if gender is a social construct which I believe it is then what is with all these gender fluid/bigender/omnigender people? I've decided I am agender but only because gender is a social construct and, thus, doesn't really exist in my book. That being said, I find it strange when people acknowledge that gender is a social construct and then start fitting themselves within genders. It seems counterproductive. I'm not even going to go into other kin but that doesn't really fall under LGBTQ+. After thinking about all this stuff, however, I've just decided to live and let live. They don't really affect me in any way so I'm not really going to vocalize any objection.
User avatar #254 - guruofcancer (01/26/2015) [-]
The more letters you guys add to LGBT the less I can take you seriously.
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User avatar #3 - multimedia (08/30/2012) [-]
It makes our head explode, friend.

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