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"yes. i am very happy. but your pressence is killing the mood"
I hate when people use the word gay to mean for it to hurt someone on purpose. wewe dont see us fellow gays going around saying 'EW YOUR STRAIGHT?!" i mean come on. its ridiculous. wewe are who wewe are and it isnt a choice. i cant just say 'Hey im going to stop being lesbian for today"
At my school, many students would use the word gay to mean stupid, boring, gross, and other negitive meanings. 8th grade year, i was going through my bisexual state of mind. Do i like girls? do i still like guys? I like guys. But im not atraccted to...
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There's no denying the fact that LGBT representation in maarufu media is lacking. Although this can be attributed to several different complex societal factors, one troubling and reoccurring symptom of this homophobia is TV and movie studios preventing the inclusion of an LGB character, despite the fact that the creators/scriptwriters specifically envision the characters as LGB. Here are 5 examples of this depressing bigotry.

Note: This only includes LGB because I don't know of studios blocking any characters from being transgender. Not saying that this hasn't happened before, just that I don't...
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This makala is slightly similar to the one I wrote a few months ago, link. But I couldn't help reiterating. Sorry if it's a waste of time.

My whole life I have been fluctuating between gay and straight. It was only in my senior mwaka that I felt confident enough to come out to my close Marafiki in high school. I even had my first girlfriend. And being in such a warm, welcoming environment, I was able to openly discuss my feelings with others who shared them.

I found out that mwaka that not only was I bisexual, but so were three of my Marafiki who were previously calling themselves "straight," just...
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So surfing through lovely YouTube, i was watching a much beloved episode of Ellen when i happened to look down at the comments.
The video was when Justin Bieber Graduated (Was bored OK?) and someone happened to maoni "JB sucks, he is so Gay" and another ilitumwa "Yea, I hate him he is Gay with those earrings in his ear"
I got so irritated, Earrings are not just for girls! And just because a boy wears them, does not mean he is gay. And even if the kid WAS gay, doesnt mean he sucks just because he is Gay. I wanted to just find whoever wrote that and bash them with a smart stick. And then there...
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posted by Spotty_Vision21
Well, I know I have been coming out as a lesbian here for several months now. Honestly, I didn't even consider bisexuality. I was still figuring it out. I'm not taking it back au anything. Okay, let me explain.

I "realized" I was a lesbian last January. I was totally into girls. But I was wondering - I'd had a couple crushes on guys. A few weeks zamani I realized I'd made a mistake - I was bi.

I go through a spectrum, I realize. Like right now, I'm like 70% into girls, 30% into guys. But it shifts around a lot. That's where I though I was lesbian and such.

Just to let everyone know, I did make a mistake. Good luck to wewe all!
Dear Everyone I love,
Since the siku I was born, since the siku I strarted school, wewe have been dear to me. Whether wewe are my loving parents, au my loving but still slightly annoying little sister. Whether wewe where the first one to say "Hello" to me when I started first grade, au the one to give me that extra decorated "Be my valentine" card that turned into my first crush in the 5th grade. To my 7th grade muziki teacher, an old family friend...and first Lesbian crush. One who had understood me and still loves me like Bfftwdcwasa (Best Marafiki forever till we die cause we are so awesome) To...
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I ilitumwa this makala on the bila mpangilio spot too so I alisema why not post it here, after all this is the right place. Hope wewe like it. Thanks for reading. ;)

1)"Why, do wewe find me irresistible?"

2)"No, I just dress better than you"

3)"You're a double gay. No returnsies!"

4)"I upendo the sekunde grade insults, *insert name here*. Honestly, isn't it strange how "gay" has come to replace "stupid"? And so what if I was gay? Insulting my sexual orientation is pointless.

NOW...if a girl says you're gay, and wewe actually are, I find the best burn is: "At least I can get a boyfriend."

5)Look them in the face with...
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posted by Dragonclaws
The Westboro Baptist Church is a group of hatemongerers led kwa abusive husband and father Fred Phelps. They are probably most well known for their catchphrase “God hates fags” that they use as a website and that they pull out to picket soldiers’ funerals. They have a variety of phrases that use the start “God hates” and then apply it to a subject that’s suffered recently as a means to promote their hatred such as with “God hates America”, “God hates India”, and “God hates Jews” to name a few. They are horrible and oh so easy to make fun of. Therefore, I give wewe God...
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posted by Heroine999
Anti-LGBTs always have a chanzo for their hatred towards LGBTs.Here are the main reasons:

1.)They read the Bible and see that it says "Homosexuality is a sin".

2.)They might have been molested,raped or/& sexually abused kwa a LGBT.

3.)They are in the closet LGBTs.

4.)They are afraid of LGBTs because they think they are unnatural,diesesed &/or unnatural.

5.)They were raised to hate LGBTs.

As wewe see, theses are easy to argrue over.Here the agruements:
1.)A bunch of things in the Bible say things are sins but they don't follow em so it proves that they are
hyprocites.Exs:Women are property,slavery...
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posted by OneRedonkChick
I've been bisexual for quite some time now... since I was 10 years old to be exact. Generally, one would assume I was just going through a phase due to puberty and hormones, but almost 5 years have passed, and I still feel the same.
One thing I dislike about being bisexual is the possibility of being compared to the other bisexual chicks at my school...
Now, don't get me wrong, I don't have anything against other bisexuals, it's just that the bi-chicks at my school are rather... irritating. These girls are the type of people who are constantly in your face about their bisexuality, and bringing...
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posted by Dragonclaws
iTunes has various collections of songs for sale that fit certain genres. One of these genres is gay pride. They have “Gay Pride Month”, “Gay Pride: Boys” and its sequel, and “Gay Pride: Girls” and its sequel. These all have different descriptions, with “Gay Pride Month” recommending various singers and promising a rocking Pride Month, “Gay Pride: Boys” talking about progress and suggesting a couple songs while suggesting items in the playlist would be good for a “pride party (or gay wedding!)”, “Gay Pride: Boys 2” highlighting various songs and promising “sultry...
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posted by RiderOfTempest
Homophobia is SO Gay. So many people use “Gay” as an insult. LGBT’s are different, and most strait people can’t understand that. Ignoramus’ fear what they can’t explain. So, some people shun and fear: Lesbian’s Gay’s Bisexuals, Transgender’s, and Transvestite’s because their different, right? Like some people are scared of sounds outside of their windows because they don’t know what it is: they can’t explain it. Its unnatural right? Wrong. The Bible goes against Gays, so a lot of people must think their doing the right thing when they alienate them. The Bible is...well,...
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Okay, this is seriously starting to get on my nerves.

People will say that being gay is wrong, au that it's not they who hate gays, but God who hates gays. I think this is pretty outrageous.

I myself am not Christian, but let me tell you, I do not know of a single other religion who has anything against gay people (besides Naziism, but that is a political party, not a religion, and not too many people are a shabiki of theirs anymore). But I did learn about the Christian religion in my Global History class at school (historically, not religiously. We did all different religions). Guess what? It is...
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posted by ImBooOK
(If it bores wewe to death. very sorry)


First class, Art. Not so bad at least it isnt Algebra. I sat my vitabu down under me and stared at my big blank paper. What to draw..what to create. I felt the movment of someone beside me sit down, I glanced up and yeap. Lizzy. She smiled and whispered "What am I spossed to draw?" I giggled "Anything really...unless it's innopropriate" she frowned. "What's wrong?" she just shook her head and looked down again. This girl was starting to worry me...
"Ok, class. Your first aggined project of the mwaka will be givin today. wewe must draw another student and...
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posted by journeemj
hujambo i hope i don't get in troble for righting this because of the content but o well hujambo hope wewe all like it.

The upinde wa mvua Child
Intry one
june the 14

My mother always told me I was the weird and wild child. But as I grew up I began to belive it with the way I live and the way I see life. I see life as a box of cxrayons with some many different colors to choose from to make a pretty picture called life.
Age 5: ditched stacy tyler’s chai party to play in mud and dirt with neighbourhood boys.

Age:8 stuffed easter dress (withpink ruffles) down toliet ,to instead wear baggy kaki shorts with bart...
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posted by Dragonclaws
While kwa no means perfect, the treatment of homosexuality in modern media is improving. Gay storylines were once introduced purely for shock value, but now their appearance is far zaidi commonplace and is often portrayed as legitimate drama (or comedy) alongside heterosexual narratives. However, while treatment of simple homosexuality has been increasingly progressive, bisexuality remains a subject without decent representation in many shows. This includes shows that would otherwise have a decent portrayal of homosexuality, but have somehow missed the mashua when it comes to the concept of being...
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(Just so wewe know, when I say Americans, I mean the US, not North America.)

I used to be proud to be an American. I believed we were such a great country. But, as time went on, that pride began to fade. The reasons to be proud diminished one kwa one. Recently, my eyes were completely opened and I realize just how far behind my country truly is.

All it took was one video. A commercial. It was for the Israel Gay Youth Group. I did research. I realized. South Africa is allowing gay marriage, as well as several other countries. Israel is very pro-LGBT rights. Most of their commercials onyesha this sort...
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posted by misscrazel
I am the boy who never finished high school because I got called a fag everyday.

I am the girl who was kicked out of her nyumbani because I confided in my mother I was a lesbian.

I am the prostitute working the streets because no one will hire a transsexual woman.

I am the sister who held her gay brother tight through the painful, tear-filled night.

We are the parents who buried our daughter long before her time.

I am the man who died alone in a hospital because they would not let my partner of 27 years into the room.

I am the foster child who wakes up with nightmares of being taken away...
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posted by coriann
Chapter 1

I was sleeping alone at night in one of the rooms of my grandfather's huge house. It was raining and there was thunder and lighting. I tossed and turned in the covers. it was a little difficult to sleep that night, even with my sex book to keep me company, and boy was it cold! I wandered the room searching for the remote for the A/C unit, nowhere. Eventually I found myself dozing under the covers, it was probably very late.

Suddenly, I was woken up kwa my parents. "Louis!" they alisema "Louis" it's time to get up to go to school. There was melancholy in the tone of my mother's voice, it...
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posted by YoYoLover4Ever
He walked out into school and could feel the eyes of hatred piercing his soul. He wanted to run and hide; but he held his ground and kept walking. He had to get to class; he had to survive the day. And then he would be free.

It was the siku of the grade twelve graduation. He had opened up about being gay the siku before when his boyfriend had proposed to him; but his so-called "friends" all treated the couple like shit afterwards. So now he walked in the halls alone; his fiance in the hospital; suffering from the painful blows from his peers.

He stepped into the classroom and his teacher pulled...
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