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Why people judge gay people and rich people as evil - jealousy!

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posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:33 PM
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a reply to: Darth_Prime

I know they've been discriminated on I saw the marriage equality that was passed as a victory in the civil rights movement. Do not mistake what I am saying!




posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:33 PM
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originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: MagesticEsoteric

I think judgement implies consequence whereas everyone observes not everyone judges. Because I observe something and draw a conclusion that conclusion isn't then judgement as long as a prejudice or consequence isn't formed. So yes we all observe no we do not always judge however when assessing a threat we are infact judging so therefor we Also all judge as well.


yes 100%.

There is a line in dangerous thinking that once crossed causes things like hanging black people, or Bashing gay people, or stealing from rich people, or beating your wife...

So the line between judging and observing but not liking, can be crossed..

Otherwise we are on the exact same page.

But I have to tell you if you were friends with more gay people it would be normal.
Observe people being people.
It's all just people.
it's all just us.


Star on your above post.

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posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:36 PM
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This thread got weird. People have a natural yearning to express their selves, but choose in which ways, and of what qualities they have. Sometimes it involves their sexual identity, and other times it's focused elsewhere.

I've seen men and women, straight and gay go through every extreme and in between over the decades now. It would seem to focus on one over the next is to unconsciously tell of an insecurity.

Now, I have gone to gayville in Dallas with friends for a festival, she thought it would be fun. Yea, never again. I got my ass grabbed repeatedly, and almost got jumped for telling a weirdo to buzz off after he kept offering me gifts to go home with him. Now, does that happen to girls with hetero guys? Yea that and worse, but it was my first experience and it did jade me from going back without wanting to get frisky.

There's just high weirdness with people's assumptions on how a man or women should act in general. Heck, I got called a woman at a bar the other day by what seemed to be an IRL troll who thought he could pick on someone he perceived as weak for merely being reserved and not interested in playing along with his drunk assholeness like everyone else. A brisk exchange of words and stepping in his face cleared things up.

People are strange in general, and a warring culture like the US doesn't make it any better. I'm a bit extreme, maybe that's why I let the other extreme's roll off like they're just the next. Meh.
edit on 3-8-2015 by pl3bscheese because: god should not be got should be forgotten



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:39 PM
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a reply to: TechniXcality

You have stated clearly what you have said, you define all Gay people into one group that only focuses on their Sexuality which you misinterpret as the same as their Sexual Orientation and their Personality. you think that only Homosexual's parade their sexuality around and are attention whores who need everyone to know they are Gay, are wiling to hit on every straight man and "Force" people to accept them.

you are clearly ignorant of anything related to GLBTQ+ people and instead go with Stereotypical Hyperbole with no merit

if that is your opinion, get your life because it's not going to affect any of us, or shame us into hiding anymore



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:40 PM
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originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: MagesticEsoteric

I think judgement implies consequence whereas everyone observes not everyone judges. Because I observe something and draw a conclusion that conclusion isn't then judgement as long as a prejudice or consequence isn't formed. So yes we all observe no we do not always judge however when assessing a threat we are infact judging so therefor we Also all judge as well.


It absolutely could imply consequence in a court of law or from a religious standpoint but, I feel like personal judgement on others is basically saying this: "I am right and what you are is wrong"

Personally, I also feel that when assessing a threat, I'm not judging. I'm trying to decide whether to get the hell out of dodge or fight. lol



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:42 PM
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a reply to: Darth_Prime

Wow, calm down mate.. You have not read my position at all. I am happy for equality man damn



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:43 PM
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a reply to: pl3bscheese

Hey man you should of played this song for that guy at the bar.




posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:45 PM
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a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed



It's called obscene by the laws of every state though, or more commonly indecent exposure. You also go to jail for it. But being how it is crammed down the throats of everyone because of that arrogance mentioned by a previous poster, it is done anyways. Sodomy is also still illegal. (It is what gay people do without any remorse).


sure and priests malasting little kids is all fine


gang rapes are sweet fun too



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:48 PM
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a reply to: TechniXcality

She's a cutie, the video I dug effect and song for the first minute, but it got boring afterwards. Message was spot on, thou



WAIT! Did someone actually talk about sodomy as if it was an exclusive gay thing? Does this person not know that's anal and oral play? My god how many people don't fool around with one or the other these days?

LOL

Are we supposed to talk about all the other outdated laws still on the books, like for realz? or can we understand that the culture BY FAR advances faster than genetic, or the legislation?

I mean seriously, the reason I hated english classes was that the strict rules held little relation to the real world use of language. Slang is so many years beyond the general culture, and even after acceptance by the mainstream we're several years before a dictionary has a clue.

Why focus on that which is oh so lagging? guy must be missing out, in bed, and the world at large
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posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 10:05 PM
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a reply to: pl3bscheese

I'm guilty..




posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 10:12 PM
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a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed

Homosexuality is legal and so is gay marriage. It's the year 2015.



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 10:12 PM
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reply to: Xeven


reply It is obvious that neanderthal women quit sleeping with neanderthal men once they met our handsome species. We just blended them in 9 en the enons.


for someone who wrote this..

I think this person is just joking



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 10:38 PM
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originally posted by: arpgme
a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed

Homosexuality is legal and so is gay marriage. It's the year 2015.



you know until these derailed psychopaths and religious fanatics pay taxes not much will change

the gov doesn't wann be broke they would get jelly of others


just kiddin things went kind of Waco in the thread
I like crazy SL don't get me wrong



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posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 03:29 AM
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a reply to: arpgme

So the rich and wealthy and gays are the role models of our civilisation ?

You fail with this thread

Completely



posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 06:17 AM
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a reply to: HilaryF

I have a feeling that you didn't even read the thread...
Or you completely misunderstood it...
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posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 06:34 AM
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a reply to: grandmakdwVery well said, Weather they be hetro or homo sexual or into any other sort of kinky or alternative sexual practises most people do not want to see or hear about it. Why is it that these people that chose to be either homo sexual or into other alternative sexual practises think they have the right to flaunt it and feel that others should put up with their crude displays or with them constantly talking about it. How could anyone be jeolous of these peoples lifestyle choices after all your choice of sexual behavior is your own to choose.

Unfortunately many people are very jeolous of weathy people and do not look beyond this to see if anything exists inside of them. At a educated guess about 50% of wealthy people would probably have obtained their money by dishonest, very manipulative means or just being really lucky Eg movie star. These are the ones that are most likely to be nacistic and use crude displays of excess money to try and impress people. Most of the rest probably got their by working extremely hard and extremely smart and many of these people are actually very good people whom support their local communities and charitable causes etc. These wealthy people are the ones that build real businesses that employ people and most of their wealth is tied up in their businesses and property portfolios and not in vulgar displays of excess wealth. These wealthy people will rarely look down on others either



posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 08:45 AM
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PEOPLES FAVORITE EPISODE OF UNDERCOVER BOSS.
Loehmann's CEO Steve Newman on CBS' "Undercover Boss," Friday October 4. Out Loehmann's CEO Steve Newman will appear on CBS' Undercover Boss this Friday, October 4 when he goes undercover as a new employee in his store's lingerie department, distribution center and also takes on the roles of a secret shopper and visual merchandiser. We spoke with him this week about his experience on the show and why he believes in the Employment Non Discrimination Act (ENDA).



GLAAD: What made you decide to tell your story, as a CEO and gay man, on Undercover Boss and what can viewers expect from your episode?

STEVE NEWMAN: I decided to tell my story in order to be a role model and an example of how there should be no excuses or reasons to not fulfill one's dreams and aspirations. Professionally, it was a rare opportunity to see what's really going on, as I was completely unrecognizable to the associates. I'm sure that viewers will enjoy seeing me trying to process orders within the required time limit, helping female customers in our intimates department, or working as a personal shopper.

GLAAD: What was your biggest lesson learned from your time on Undercover Boss? Did your experience surprise you?

SN: My key takeaway from the Undercover Boss experience is how hardworking our employees are, and just how much they care about the Loehmann's brand and its success. Spending time undercover really helped me to understand the company from the associates' perspective.

GLAAD: Why do you feel it is important for you, as a CEO of a major company and a successful businessman, to be out professionally?

SN: I don't view it as being important to be out - being gay is just who I am, and it's important to me to be authentic and real, always.

GLAAD: The public is often unaware of the lack of legal protections from LGBT employment discrimination, putting people at risk based on their sexual orientation in 29 states and gender identity in 33 states. From your perspective as a CEO, do you feel such protections are important to ensure employees can keep their job and don't risk being fired simply for being out?

SN: Like any other CEO, I want equal rights and protections for all employees, period.

GLAAD: What do you hope viewers can take away from your story?

SN: I really hope that viewers take away that regardless of what field you're in, hard work and perseverance pays off and is critical in any career path



posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 08:59 AM
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originally posted by: arpgme
Think about it. The people who judge others for having a lot of money, usually wish that they had more money themselves. It's jealousy.


Most people were raised to believe that sexuality is shameful and should be considered embarassing and be kept hidden (for example, those who wish gay people would just stay "in the closet"). Most people are raised to believe that they are evil ("sinners") and need to be fixed (religion, ideology, etc.)

If some is happy, smiling, and have self-love and celebrating their sexuality, then that will make those who were raised to believe that self-love is wrong and sexuality should be shameful jealous. They want those who love themselves to be a party of the self-pity club which says self-love is wrong and we are all inherently evil and automatically need fixing. This is why the religious tells them "to repent". That simply means to be ashamed of yourself and join the self-pity club. The gay people, for an example, who falls for this, may feel ashamed and later claimed they "changed", because they didn't have a stronger, inner, self-love and so their inner light did not shine and protect them from the darkness (the clubs of self-pity and condemnation).

Self-love scares those people in these self-pity clubs/religions/movements, because to them, it is chaos, since they control others through guilt and shame.

Those who live in fear and shame want other people to join them. This usually leads to anger, fear-mongering, and condemnation when the person is struggling to get them to join them. Sometimes, it even leads to bullying and actions of aggression. Whenever someone calls you a sheep for being yourself instead of joining their self-pitying, fearful group, or whenever a sinner to try to produce shame to get you to join their self-pitying, fearful club; just remind yourself that you deserve happiness and your freedom just like everyone else.

(Keep in mind that if a person chooses to be in those groups, then that is their choice as well, this thread was just written to show that self-love and knowing you are worthy of Joy and Freedom is a powerful Shield of Light against such lower guilt/shame/condemnation energies/attitudes.)


Love and Joy



I don't think you have had too much experience with
gay people. A lot of the gays i know/have known were some of the most self destructive people i have ever met, drinking and drugging themselves to death.


Anyway, what about gay people who judge? Does this mean they are jealous of straight people?



posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 09:08 AM
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second time posting ... ANYONE LIKES TO WATCH ELLEN ??



posted on Aug, 4 2015 @ 09:12 AM
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a reply to: arpgme

DUDE ok seeing all these pathetic replies i am staring every single reply of your .. fudge people are gross a reply to: arpgme


I don't think you have had too much experience with
gay people. A lot of the gays i know/have known were some of the most self destructive people i have ever met, drinking and drugging themselves to death.
BRING UP THE STATISTIC




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