posted on Sep, 7 2005 @ 01:14 PM
Please tell me what I've said to be issued a "dice" quotes warning - - Go ahead, I want to know exactly what it is I've said. I've been hearing
quotes meant as insults all my life and Andrew Dice Clay's are the least of my worries - He insults everyone, he's an equal opportunity insulter.
What he had to say rolled off my back like so much water past a duck's butt crack. Last time I heard from him, I was still a stupid little kid that
laughed at most of it, even though I had no idea what it meant. Do you think I get all in-a-hissy when I hear Triumph the insult comic dog ripping on
gays? No, I'm rolling on the floor laughing my ass off too.
It's the quotes from so-called "religious" people that hurt. All the "abomination" and "put to death" and "blood on their heads" quotes that
hurt. Hearing my own preacher telling me I'm going to hell, that hurts. People using what's supposed to be a support system as an excuse for
condemning something just because they think it's "icky", that hurts. Thinking that the only thing I did to be issued a "dice quotes warning" is
being gay, that hurts. There's no need to quote him, You've made your point QUITE CLEAR.
So if there's a GOOD reason for the Dice Quotes Warning, let me hear it. I just want to know if I've been judged solely on the fact that I'm gay,
or if my behavior had something to do with it.
After years of serious thought on the situation, I think the only part left of me that's "religious" is the part that thinks "If there's a hell,
the only way to get a ticket is to kill someone else or kill myself" If it weren't for that thought, I'd have killed myself years ago. That's how
I know homosexuality isn't something I 'chose' - when you seriously consider suicide because that's the only way you know to "not be gay",
that's how you know it isn't a choice.