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    (Original post by Sophiegraceb)
    This is why the ice cream analogy is great:
    So the gender of people you are attracted to is like the flavour of ice cream. You can like chocolate or vanilla or strawberry or whatever. You can like only one or more than one. You're allowed not to like ice cream and your allowed to be lactose intolerant. You can't control what flavour of ice cream you like (you're pretty much born liking strawberry) but there's no strawberry ice cream gene! Also the flavour of ice cream you like can change as you get older.


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    Omg that's so accurate!! I'm gonna use this from now on 😂👌
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    First LGBT, then LGBTQ, now LGBTQ+. It seems like with each letter added, we as a society degrade with geometric progression.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    First LGBT, then LGBTQ, now LGBTQ+. It seems like with each letter added, we as a society degrade with geometric progression.
    No one asked for your stupid opinion on how many letters should be used to describe the LGBT+ community. The letters were added to make it more inclusive.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    First LGBT, then LGBTQ, now LGBTQ+. It seems like with each letter added, we as a society degrade with geometric progression.
    Are you commenting on the increasing / increased number of distinguished sexual / gender minorities here, or just the alphabet soup quality of its name?

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