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March 19, 2013 / another1ofthose

On rights, existence and homosexuality


Homosexuals have long endured the consequences of their own existence. Imagine yourself living in a society where all the people around you have brown eyes, while you were born naturally with blue eyes and being discriminated for that. Discriminated for something you neither chose nor favored; you were just born with. When it comes to homosexuality, you are not judged for what you have chosen, nor for what you did, you are judged for who you are.

For most of the people in this world, we are sinful for choosing who we love, we are mentally ill for having such a preference, we are an abomination. We have a psychological problem that needs to be treated. Enough!

I can’t seem to wonder how people are so ignorant and misinformed, how they just look for the easiest way out. They are trying their best to prove that their God or Gods are not capable of such a creation, so they blame it on us, because we had options and we picked the wrong one.

Well, as much as I want to start explaining the importance of intellect, knowledge and mental abilities, i won’t. As much as I want to advice you to read, to research, to improve, to have a thirst for knowledge, i won’t.

I won’t, because I’m presuming that your judgments on homosexuality are based on a sturdy basis of knowledge about epigenetics and its relevance to gene expression and I’m also presuming that you already have gone through tens or hundreds of articles that mentioned  the masculinisation of the brain while in the prenatal state. And I’m sure you already know the fact that one out of every ten men is gay. if you suck at math,that means 10% of the male population is gay.Surprising, don’t you think?

So, for people who know all these stuff, you sure are ignorant. First of all, homosexuality is not a preference (we can’t choose), it is not a sin (no living being is a sin).

The American psychoanalytical association, denounced homosexuality as being a mental disorder back in the 1970s, i guess you just missed the scoop.

I am honestly tired of educating people and explaining to them about homosexuality and my own existence. I am tired of the prejudices that i hear from friends who are unaware of my sexual orientation, and i am definitely sick of this society’s regressive way of thought.

We don’t have to explain to anyone the biological causes to our existence. We don’t have to convince anyone about the morality of our actions. We don’t have to say anything about our right to indifference.

We are simply heterosexuals but with a little added spices and a different chemical reaction. You’ll love us(satisfaction is guaranteed) if you got to know us, and we have the same rights as all of you ……… because we were born this way!




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  1. aguywithoutboxers / Mar 25 2013 7:30 PM

    An excellent manifesto on our same gender loving ability and its being a natural occurance as opposed to a choice. Great job, my gay blogging brother!

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