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I wouldn't be nice to you, bluntly. Those who feel that their desires were misplaced or fleeting are fine. Anyone who wishes to undermine my safety and position in society by adding fuel to the far right's flames by making the false statement that they were gay and now aren't, however, doesn't deserve niceties. Ask the same Christians how they'd feel about someone who'd converted away from Christianity - I suspect that their response wouldn't be as favourable as mine.
That's a good point you made.
Alright, whenever you hear "ex-gay," think "psychotic repression that will ultimately lead to catastrophic harm." I'm not kidding. My grandfather's gay (still married to my grandmother), and has made a large contribution into the reasons why my family is such a nutjob. I won't go into details, it's just...unpleasent.
And don't worry, I wouldn't hate you:). I would hate the bastards who brainwashed you!
I’m not as sad as Doestoevsky,
I’m not as clever as Mark Twain,
I’ll only buy a book for the way it looks,
And I'll stick it on the shelf again.
-Belle and Sebastian
THe funny thing about that ex-gay stuff is that for a second, and makes us wonder if they are really right. And that is scary.
"Always do right. That will gratify some of the people, and astonish the rest."
I always find those kinds of sites hilarious - they are so pathetic. Of course you can change your sexuality - see, now I'm stragith. Oop, gay again. Now bi, Gay. Straight. Bi. Hey, this if fun! Aaah, finished gay.
godhatesfags.com cracks me up as well. Sick as hell though, but quite pathetic
"Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suf-fer-ing"
Lol, that's funny.
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