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Tuesday, August 3, 2021


 Society, in general, has these firmly-held beliefs about gay people and the LGBTQ community in their head, of what they think we are like, and these stereotypical judgments can be quite challenging to face. 

So why is it important to talk about and recognize stereotypes?

Is it because stereotypes can be negative and breed homophobia, lesbophobia, gayphobia, biphobia, or transphobia” and awareness is the first step to reducing and preventing these “phobias?

What stereotypes you hate the most about LGBTQ people?

1 comment:

  1. So many to mention but: 1. We all have AIDS.
    2. There's a "Man" role (Top) and a "Woman" role (Bottom) role sexually.
    3. The sick notion that we really want to fuck our straight friends.
    4. That we are all weak sissies and won't Lay hands if need to.
    5. I hate the term "confused" or "mixed emotions." I am not confused. I know exactly what I want. Dick!.....or ass belonging to a man only.
    6.There is an agenda to turn everyone gay.
    7.I hate when straight people judge us by what they think is going on behind our closed doors. Which is none of their damn business.
    8. Every gay man engage in butt sex. Not true. I do !LOL But not every gay man.
    9.We are all flamboyant.
    10. That being gay means we are an all inclusive group. Highly opposite. There is so much racism, agism, ablism, gays hating on lesbians and visa versa, transphobia it would make your head spin.