Omaha Red Sox wrote: RyanK wrote:
Coppermine wrote:What's the deal anyway ya homophobe?
yeah I am...
about three-four years ago i got hit on by a gay guy and asked out on a date(i was 14/15).. it has made me weirded out and un accepting of gays since... it was just a weird and very awkward moment
(i didnt mean to make this thread as a bashing and lock it up if you must.. but it just seems that alot of america is becoming pretty homosexual, or maybe just alot of people in hollywood)
Right out of high school I was working, for a short time, in a large call center. I knew only one person out of the 900+ employees and she worked on a separate floor. I was trying to be sociable so I struck up a conversation with a guy who sat behind me. He was friendly. A little too friendly. He started following me everywhere. Whenever I went on break or lunch, there he was. I expressed my concern to my girlfriend at the time and the friend who worked there. They insisted that he probably only wanted a friend. So I tried not to be weirded out by it. Then he starts talking about his hairdresser...yep, he's gay. Not too uncommon, though, so I didn't read too much into it. Till he mentions his roommate....yep, he's gay. So now I start avoiding this guy. Not because he's probably gay, but because I'm not and I was getting the impression he was showing interest in me. We had two separate lunch rooms and one day I go to the one furthest away, the one I rarely ever go to, hoping he doesn't find me. Well, he does, and I'm sitting there watching TV, eating Chinese, and trying to ignore him as he's talking to me. Then...he puts his hand on my leg..... I jump out of my chair, it goes flying and I say something like, 'what the hell was that', to which he replies 'did you like it' or something. I can't remember what exactly was said, I was still in shock. As soon as he said that, though, I hit him. Pretty solid hit too. It sent him falling backward over some other chairs. A manager had been sitting off a ways and saw the whole thing. I told him fire me, whatever, but he took my side, because the other guy made a harassment move and I was merely defending myself. Apparently he quit a week or 2 later.
Dude take your hate crimes out of the cafe!!!
I have a few gay friends guys and girls.
Being gay is fine with me but yea it is annoying when thats the only thing they talk about. Also, the whole gay voice is really stupid. If a guy talks flamoyantly though I just consider him to be a "MTV" gay person. Its the same as being a valley girl. Just someone who is so trendy that they have to do every stereotype that MTV or hollywood portrays.
If a gay guy were to hit on me I wouldn't care but yea if started getting touchy i'd have to kick his arse
Anyways America isn't neccessarily turning "gay" thats ignorant and retarded sorry.
It is turning a lot less "aggressive" I guess you could say. I think the media is starting to cater to the female persuasion much more then the male side now a day.
However, stereotyping gay people as flamboyant is way off. My gf has a gay friend named brendon. You can tell he's gay but he isn't super flamboyant. He doesn't annoy me when he talks and he doesn't talk about being gay all the time. His boyfriend is a really cool guy. You would never know he's gay. He's a huge yankees fan and if not for the fact that he dresses nice his gayness would be in question.
Anyways thred locked yet?