Originally posted by ollncasino
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
But heterosexuals DO make a big deal out of their sexual preferences.
They talk about their spouses, have pictures hanging around... They procreate and brag about it. They flirt with members of the opposite sex, hold
hands, hug and kiss in public. A female teacher tell her class about her husband, when she's getting married, etc. It's all very easy and acceptable
in our society to flaunt our sexuality. As long as it's heterosexual.
If I was a golfer, I wouldn't expect people with no interest in golf to listen to me going on about it.
No one is interested in gays going on about being gay, unless they are gay.
Yet you expect those who are not homophobic like you are to listen to you go on for pages about your homophobia (that you wish to not refer to as
homophobia, one of the most prominant symptoms). You've defeated your own argument on this one.
Also, if your little argument up there were true, golf would die out as nobody would ever discuss it, those with a love for golf who are empty and
alone in the world of sports would go their entire life not knowing the joy of teeing up their ball and driving it down the fairway just because those
who actually play golf aren't allowed to discuss it in public. The poor golf lover to be would go through life with a void, never knowing there was a
sport out there just for him, that he could love and participate in. Oh, if only there was an outdoor sport where walking, skill in swinging a club,
using reasoning to put a tiny ball into a cup and the joy that comes from it existed... but alas, I cannot rename rugby as "football" or something
like that, it would be sacrilege!
edit on 23-5-2012 by PurpleChiten because: (no reason given)