- Nov 26, 2018
Hmmm... I will say I didn’t personally attack you (or make a presumption, falsely I might add, on your thoughts/opinions). I simply stated that to put yourself in their shoes to try and understand their viewpoint. From only there could you truly handle that relationship with the individual or as I stated if you really don’t like the person (or their conversation) don’t interact with them (why try to project your views on them it’s stressful for no reason). There really wasn’t a misunderstanding as I clearly understood where you stand and didn’t 100% disagree with it. It’s just perhaps to that person being gay has relevance. I mean personally as a gay individual most people at my office were surprised that I have a husband when we go to work events but that’s just my choice on how I live my life. Not everyone is me and I respect that.WOW. That is completely not at all what I am saying. I am the last person who dislikes anyone based on that, as I said. But there is a difference between being who you are, and making every single conversation about being gay. If a hetero person was to constantly put into the conversation that they were straight, it would be very strange and get old too. Because that is not a something that is normally in every day conversation. Just like the joke about vegans, "how do you know if someone is a vegan, don't worry they will tell you". You don't need to bring up being gay as a general course of conversation because it has no relevance. People like you intentionally misunderstand to stand on your indignant righteousness to make it seem that everyone is against gay people. It actually makes it worse for everyone.