I don't hate gay people, but am uncomfortable Watch
- 26-12-2010 08:26
- 26-12-2010 09:09
Don't think about it?
When someone tells me they're gay I honestly don't think about their sex lives. I think about how it may effect their personality, since sexuality does seem to, maybe not influence, but it correlated with personality traits. I also think it means either they're just a very open person or have some trust in me, which makes me happy either way.
Though I don't know. Maybe it's because I'm female. I notice a lot of guys who aren't what I consider to be homophobic are still uncomfortable with gays. But I think people who are comfortable around people of different sexualities don't see sexuality as just sexuality but also personality.
Like, if someone were to tell me there favourite sex position then I may be inclined to think about them in a sexual setting. But when it's their sexuality it's more than that.
Though I still don't see what the big deal is in knowing people's sexuality, like their favourite sexual position, unless you actually plan on having sex with them/dating them.
Sorry for being rambly I don't really think I answered your question, this just really interests me.
(Original post by impressionist89)
- 26-12-2010 09:44
Whenever I see a gay man, I always think of how they'd kiss another man and the anal sex and I mean, it just grosses me out.
I don't know why you need to explicitly associate their gayness with having sex, if you don't do it with straight people.
- 26-12-2010 10:56
They eat da poo poo.
(Original post by Yawn11)
- 26-12-2010 11:09
I just feel sorry for the ***** in relationship.
My arse is sore just after huge dump. can't imagine it.(Original post by impressionist89)
I'm a straight male. I just can't fathom how people can be gay. I mean, the idea of kissing another man is utterly disgusting. Whenever I see a gay man, I always think of how they'd kiss another man and the anal sex and I mean, it just grosses me out. I don't hate gay people, but I'm very uncomfortable around them.
I really want to get over this though. Any suggestions?
Man up and get over it I say.Last edited by Reformed2010; 26-12-2010 at 11:18.
(Original post by Chaofan88)
- 26-12-2010 23:18
It doesn't matter if they're gay or not. If they were your straight friends, would you have moved? If the answer is no, then fair enough, but if the answer is yes, you should have done something about it. No need to give different treatment. And this is coming from a bisexual.