Do you think when people discuss/argue about homosexuality they tend to exclude lesbians?Posted by: PetersSmith
As in do people tend to only focus on male homosexuals and seem to leave female homosexuals out of the picture? Example: Gay males? No way, that's disgusting. Lesbian females? I don't see anything wrong with that *insert Lenny face*.
Yes, people tend to exclude lesbians when discussing/arguing about homosexuality. "You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination." -Leviticus 18:22. Okay, what about lying with a woman as you would a man? When people think of homosexuals in the arguments about homosexuality, they tend to only be thinking of gay male relationships and not lesbian female ones.
No, people take both lesbians and gays into account when discussing/arguing about homosexuality. When people argue/discuss homosexuality, they tend to have the mindset that includes all forms of homosexuality. In fact, some are under the assumption that, while the Bible condemns gay sex between men, it nowhere condemns being a lesbian/lesbianism, but this is obviously not true.
FOR SURE. I also find it funny when people say god created aids/hiv to get rid of gays. It's near impossible for lesbians to get it afterall...
Not entirely, but I've encountered many who oppose gays claiming that they find two men together to be disgusting, but no mention of women. I've heard quite a few say they oppose it because they don't like anal... Something more straights do than lesbians.
People tend to use "gay" as an umbrella term. "Oh, she's gay," when she's actually a lesbian, or even "He's gay," when he's trans. This doesn't bother some LGBTQA people, but I find it bothers most of us. It bothers me.
sad, but true
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