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By Anonymous - / Saturday 13 May 2017 12:00 /
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  species4872  |  19

Very perceptive.

By  Briarpatch  |  16

Was he, by chance, drunk at the time? I'm gay, and I've had (usually drunk) guys do similar things to me, such as a black guy who once called me a racist (I'm white) because I turned him down. It really, REALLY would not have helped to defend myself -- I could have said in all honesty, "No, I do date black guys, but I just don't find you attractive. I am very specifically not attracted to YOU," but that just seemed like it would not have made him feel any better. So I walked away, figuring that if he was halfway emotionally mature, he would figure it out for himself someday , perhaps as early as the next day when he was sober again.

By  Mynxie  |  26

Oh everyone now needs to be a victim and through around the bigot card, no matter what you do. I would told him to screw off and put the victim card back in the deck. You aren't a bigot doe being straight. He is just overly sensitive and needs a reality credit. Stupid SJWs.

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