Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
Actually, it does.
It means that people are intolerant of other people's lives, even though it doesn't impact the lives of those passing judgement.
I'm sure you're experienced enough to know that 99% of all gay men would never hit on you as a heterosexual man, because anyone would know immediately that you're not gay.
So, there should be no fear, no anger and no intolerance towards homosexuals in general.
Actually Dane, that's BS. I've been hit on by more gay dudes than you can shake a stick at. At 255 and sub 10% bodyfat, they always think I'm a bodybuilder (I'm not). And to show how truly non homo phobe I am, it doesn't bother me. And i like pussy so much the wife and I sometimes have a girlfriend together. Feel me?
My point is, that's a lie and a myth. A few months ago I was with the wife and kids at Houlihans and the waiter, who was totally flaming gay, and he told me he paid for my appetizer and drinks and winked at me. I laughed and gloated over my free shit to the wife.
Second, one of my lifelong friends brother is a total flamer. And tells me all the time about all of the "straight" men that get drunk and do gay shit. Later "blaming it on the alcohol".
Gay men say this as a cop out. "You're straight, I'd never hit on you". When straight guys find out the hot chic is a lesbian, we don't see her as off limits, we see her as a challenge. You think it's any different with gay guys? Hardly.
Again, I got no problem with gay guys and have several really good friends that are gay. The wife obviously likes women too. I also don't have a problem with someone saying they don't like queers and or whatever either. I really get fed up with people being offended over people saying things that have ZERO impact on their lives.