RTGT June 15, 2016 Author Share June 15, 2016 Just something interesting I've noticed: Why is it that LGBT people feel the need to separate themselves into their own special areas/places/(threads) rather than integrating with the rest of society? You become the outcasts of society because you cast yourselves out, not because the rest of society does so. The reason we can't put our differences aside and just be "regular people" is because the LGBT crowd is not willing to do so. (They intentionally segregate themselves based on their sexual orientation.) -- Then they complain that society doesn't accept them when it's them that don't accept society... The point of LGBT+ is that love exists everywhere, regardless of who you are or what you are. So we can be all these things, bi, gay ore ace, and still be equal. So yes, we are separated by how we identify, but we are pulled together by LGBT+. Plus we kinda have to separate ourselves from society for our own safety. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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