egalitarians-do-it-better is a self-professed 19 year old white christian antifeminist. i some how doubt that they have had to deal with any kind of institutional or social disenfranchisment in their life. shut the fuck up and stick to streaming video games because your opinions/ideas on social and political movements are literally worth less than cockroach shit.
How does me being 19, white, Christian, and anti-feminist have anything to do with what I said?
Because you’ve had the luxury of never being socially or institutionally discriminated against or disenfranchised in your entire life. You’re as status quo friendly as they come. Understand?
That still has literally nothing to do with what I said. I simply tried to say it’s okay for people to get upset when someone purposefully groups them in with a sexual orientation they don’t identify with and you’re trying to bring my race and religion into this discussion. Do you not understand what an ad hominem fallacy is?
It’s not as if I think this only pertains to straight girls who feel insulted when somebody calls them a lesbian; I would expect a lesbian to feel just as insulted if someone tried calling her straight just so they could provoke an angry reaction from her. You’re trying to act as if I’m personally offended by this post because I am, indeed, a straight girl who shits my pants over being called a lesbian…but in reality it doesn’t bother me. I’m just trying to say that it’s justifiable for someone to be upset over it without it making them homophobic.
Dude you think homosexuality is a sin and in the same sentence you say you have no problem with them. Stick to gaming sweetie. Your ignorance is making my dash and blog ugly, just like your soul.
I’m a Christian so I believe The Bible is the word of God. The Bible has numerous references to God viewing homosexuality as a sin, so I see it as such. God also views swearing and greed to be sins, and I definitely partake in my fair share of saying bad words and yearning after expensive items. I see nothing wrong with these things, for the most part.
Acknowledging something as a sin doesn’t mean I’m personally okay with it. I don’t understand why God would make homosexuality something you’re incapable of changing yet claim it’s a sin and I don’t think I’ll ever be 100% okay with that, but I’m not in any position to question God’s view. I can have my thoughts on the matter but it doesn’t matter since I’m not above God.
I don’t look at a gay person and think they’re immoral or deserve to die. If I had it my way, sexuality wouldn’t be a big deal, people could marry whoever the hell they want (as long as it was consensual), and people wouldn’t be made fun of or otherwise harassed regardless of who they fall in love with.