My five year old cousin told me what lesbians were a couple weeks ago. When I asked her who told her that, she said her sister did (9 years old). It was sweet. But the best part was that she was so casual about like. Like, they're in love just like the prince and the princess in the Disney movies! They are both girls??? Okay, whatever.
"The common man is the most powerful man. Long live the proletariat."
I remember when I was very young and I was watching the Ellen DeGeneres show. I remember the episode where Ellen came out of the closet, my first introduction to the possibility of different sexual orientations and how I felt about that. Basically I was like "erm okay so? Whatever, who cares, Ellen is funny!" No judgmental thoughts or even encouraging thoughts like it's okay to be gay or anything entered my head. It was just she's gay, okay can we move on to the funny now? Like it's the most natural thing in the world and I just simply never thought about it before.
I like to think that's the natural reaction of all children who haven't been tainted by homophobic sentiments.
And Kaiolino's country has had it for over a decade!
You can't say what will happened as if it's a hypothetical! It's not hypothetical! It's happened!
I wouldn't say it's just the City that is tolerant to these sort of things. In my High School on Long Island there is a surprisingly high amount of openly gay students. Most people simply don't care.
Now how they feel about Dominicans, that is an entirely different issue.
Iowa beat us all to the punch
I really wouldn't use the word tolerant, acceptance or acknowledgement would be better. Tolerance implies you're just sort of dealing with it begrudgingly.
Next Fifteen States to Watch!
And because judging by the other thread people don't get this.
The fifteen states to NOT watch.
Nice to see Obama actually saying he supports gay marriage. I would hope that it influences our Prime Minister to become more open about the issue, but it probably won't. We have the lamest atheist for a PM. :P
Maybe they should work on outlawing adultery. I think that does more harm to the "sanctity" of marriage than any gay couple.
But that would affect quite a few politicians. We can't have our glorious leaders being affected by laws. That's crazy.
Why are we still here? Just to suffer? Every night I can feel my leg. And my arm. Even my fingers.
The body I've lost. The comrades I've lost. It won't stop hurting. It's like they're all still there. You feel it too, don't you?
The end is nigh, who cares about homosexual heathens' happiness? They're beyond salvation.
To anyone who thinks I'm exaggerating, take a look-see at the disastrous consequences of evangelicals in Uganda
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