Originally Posted by Diagas
Comparing to heterosexual relations, gay aren't given the luxury of being truly open with themselves. You can always be out to the world with your sexuality, but are you ever truly free to pursue whoever you want?
The idea that they "aren't given the luxury of being truly open with themselves" is about as BS as they come. You don't need anyone's permission to be "open with yourself" that is an internal concept, not an external one.
I personally feel a subconscience drawback every time I want to talk to a guy. I feel as if they're going to be the one bad egg in the bunch. It makes my question the extent of my fear of rejection though, since it's not the rejection I fear moreso than the chance of physical retaliation.
You mean the way that men can be slapped, punch, tased, struck or damaged via proxy violence by women with absolutely no repercussion to the perpetrating female?
Tell me more about how homosexuals "have fear" when approaching each other.
and confirm sexuality through research and digging up information about a guy before I can even talk to them.
Welcome to being a man in a woman's world.
If you ask a woman for coffee, this is an advocation of rape.
According to Rebecca Watson
a well known feminist.
Tell me again how hard it is to approach other men.
I have a strong dislike of the homosexual community.
They suffer from "Special Snowflake Syndrome" without the breastage to back it up.