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To make matters worse, gay people are bombarded with a constant barrage of emails from the internet. What is even more frustrating is the way these emails are often written in an obnoxious and insensitive (and sometimes downright offensive) manner.
The problem with these emails is that they often seem to come from people who are very clearly gay and/or have a very strong desire to engage in intimate conversation with someone of the same sex. This is really obvious in the spam email I received from a gay guy about five years ago. He said that he was sick of being “stalked” by the Internet because the people he dealt with were too stupid or too homophobic to stop him from talking to them.
The problem is that people often seem to feel that they are “too stupid” or “too homophobic” to engage in conversation. To be clear, this is not what you should feel like you are too stupid or homophobic for. In fact, the Internet is filled with people who are too stupid or too homophobic to be engaging in any kind of meaningful conversation.
What’s that you ask? Well, if you ask people who are too stupid or too homophobic to engage in meaningful conversation, you wind up with a bunch of people who think all the world is their oyster and the only way to be happy is to put a gun to your head and blow your brains out. It’s not like that. If you want people to be engaging in meaningful discussion, you need to let them know that they are welcome to do so.
You might have noticed that I’ve been really quiet on the issues of gay marriage in the media. While I fully support gay marriage, I don’t believe that it should be forced upon our society.
The problem is that many people who are against gay marriage are also not against gay people. Some of them just have a different opinion on what is right and wrong. They also have not really thought it through, you know? Ive been guilty of reading people who think gay marriage should be done by the government, but Ive never been as guilty of reading people who think gay people should just be able to use any bathroom they want and not have to worry about other gay people using it.
It seems that the difference in opinion is based on the fact that some people see gay people as not having a place in society. They think that gay people are not “real” human beings, that their rights should not be given to them. Some people (like me) see gay marriage as an issue that needs to be considered by society, and that society has the right to decide what is right and wrong.
There are two groups of people who think gay marriage is a good idea. The first is the anti-gay-marriage-is-wrong crowd. They would like to see gay people get married (a step in the right direction), but they would rather have people pretend that they’re not gay. The second group is the “happy-marriage” crowd. These are the people who are so happy about gay marriage that they are willing to put their marriage on hold.
This is a very common way for people to get the message that gay marriage is not a good idea. It is, of course, a very bad idea for many reasons, but the main one is that it would end up making marriage less open and flexible for everyone involved. At the very least, it would result in fewer marriages, which means less opportunity for children to grow up knowing their parents are committed to each other.
This is the biggest issue. Some of the gay marriage forums I’ve been on have been spammed with this exact type of message. I’ve gotten it so many times that it’s become a habit. Some of the gay marriage forums that I’ve been on have had threads that had hundreds of emails with this exact title. It’s so annoying because I know it’s a question that people have asked themselves before, and I know the answer is yes.