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  RacerrRex  |  0

Your song is gay?! OP heres what u gotta do! QUICK! Tie him to a bed so he cant move, hire a bunch of good looking, attractive, big breasted teen girls and lock them in the room with him. Keep him in there until he likes it. That worked for me son, if it doesnt work, the only way to get rid of that faggot is to kill him.

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  oogyboogy  |  6

OH MY GOD 23 that is awsome

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  Nonnag  |  0

Other then that being a completely anti-gay comment... Its a dang good idea... Lol... OP: GL With that... That has to be quite the awkward sittuation...

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  lol_good_one  |  0

ydi thats what you get for leaving your beers in plain site....you attracted gay pool boys and then made your son gay worst parent ever!!!! fyl ydi

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I hope some teenage boy out there lies to his parents about being gay just so they will do that for him..."oh dear I still feel gay, bring in 10 more blondes!" but yeah if you are actually gay that wont do anything.

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#66 winds for being funny AND right There's no PROPER way to change someone's sexuality. It's something we're born with, and then are made to suffer for if we don't make it into the straight majority. I really hope all the anti-gay comments are just flaming. I'm a closet homosexual, so I'm kinda worried that when I come out I'm going to get lots of abuse for it. I'm pretty scared really... :(

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  sherryterry3  |  0

I think you should shoot yourself. Right in the face. It's asshole like you that deserve to DIE. Cold, painful death. All alone. Despite the kid being a homosexual or not he is STILL A HUMAN BEING. You got that? HUMAN. BEING. Big fucking deal that he has a sexual preference to males over females. WOW. It's the end of your fucking world isn't it! Dumb whore. I can't wait for you to go to hell!!!!

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  stereopump  |  0

2 things about your comment: 1.) I'm pretty sure 23 was joking. 2.) it's still pretty awkward having a gay kid who's with your pool guy, that's wierd, awkward etc. Even if the dad was ok with the kid being gay it's still awkward as hell!

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  TxReV  |  0

#53 So you suggest that he buy a secret fridge to hide in his house for the sole purpose of keeping his beer hidden? I would say think before you speak, but you're probably incapable of doing so.

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  RacerrRex  |  0

#57: Suck it up. Go in the corner and cry. Nobody cares that you cry over little shit somebody said over the internet. #66: I told the girls to lemme know as soon as he likes it, that way he'll be wanting more. Thus no more gay. #86: People arent born gay, you dont see little 3 year old boys saying "hey hes cute". People arent born anything. Most people are raised properly (straight) When somebody turns gay, something made them turn like that. #94. Im not even going to bother arguing with stupidity to the level of yours. Your telling me to go to hell, when you dont even know what God does to homosexuals. Do some research before you talk about something that you know nothing about. My work here is done.

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  Lonely_Lez  |  0

RacerrRex, go die in a pit. No, go fall into a pit, break your legs and then have poisonous spiders and snakes attack all of your orifices. That is what you deserve.

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  mangoscango  |  0

Actually my gf little brother's only 5 and he was rating girls with his brother so... yeah. And at any rate, the bibles pretty clear on gods views about gays. And this is coming from an atheist. I personally have nothing against gays. i have friends that are gay. just don't flame in my face.

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  razzumfrazzum  |  0

Why does racerrex deserve to die in a pit full of snakes and spiders? He's not obligated to embrace homosexuality, who made that a rule? I personally don't think to highly of homosexuality either, but I tolerate it because I believe to each his/her own. Besides he there actually is some truth in him saying that people aren't born with any sexual preference. In the case of homosexuality, the APA has recently submitted an article stating that there is no "gay" gene. Recent advances in genetics reveal that an organism's genes can be activated in a number of different ways (within its own limitations) based upon its surroundings while its still in its development stages. i.e. the gene that controls sexual orientation can be influenced to promote homosexual, bisexual, or heterosexual behavior. Homosexuals are not born that way; they are a product of nature vs. nurture. As are heterosexuals and bisexuals, although bisexuals are more than likely people who just enjoy sexual experimentation entirely too much.......greedy bastards /-)

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  RacerrRex  |  0

#120- Talking shit over the internet. Someones big and bad arent they? :l #124- Thats my point, did you even read what i said? I clearly stated "people arent born anything, They must be properly raised (straight)." And as somebody said before, (and the person that even said it is Athiest) the Bible says what he does. Go do some research before you talk about something that you know nothing about. Im not gonna reply to your nonsense comments until you educate yourself first.

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Do you have any proof that shows people aren't born gay? And it can't come from the bible. Why would ANYONE choose to be gay knowing the hate and abuse they face for it? My brothers gay and i know for a fact he did not choose this.

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  razzumfrazzum  |  0

Do you have proof that proves someone can be born gay? No? Didn't think so. At least bible thumpers have that to back them up. The most you could hope to do is produce evidence of a chromosomal defect. i.e. a mutation, which suggests homosexuality goes against the natural order. However that's a fallacy and thus, it can't be used as part of an argument anyway. What's fact and can be used is the APA article on the gay gene; it fully disproves its existence. So while nobody is born that way, someone can, however, be influenced into adopting that lifestyle. Maybe you should introduce your brother to more masculine things, or if he's older than you, it might have been helpful for him to have had a stronger non effeminate male presence in his life. Not saying that that's 100% effective though.

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  trulyinsane  |  0

razzumfrazzum has been right with every post he has made. logically, homosexual animals will never procreate, therefore, being gay is either the result of a mutilation, or the whiny and the curious. gays couldn't survive 200 years ago. this means the straights are dominant.

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  Ehlmaris  |  0

"A 1999 review by researcher Bruce Bagemihl shows that homosexual behavior, has been observed in close to 1500 species, ranging from primates to gut worms, and is well documented for 500 of them." Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homosexual_behavior_in_animals Their sources: http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-53877996.html http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=isbn%3A0312192398 That's all I'm going to say.

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  bbobe900000  |  0

I agree 100% with #51 and #66 hahahahahahaha #94 you are *WAY* overreacting, alright? calm the f*** down, seriously. think about it. would you want your pool boy, who WORKS for you, having an affair with one of your kids? and in addition to that, someone he's PAYING is stealing his beers!! so it doesn't even have to be about his son being gay! basically you're a dumbass. think about the FML before you post angry comments on here. however there is the possibility that you're a troll, but your comment is too sensible for that (and I'm not saying that sarcastically/being a dick either. your post does have some amount of sense to it, even if you didn't think of all the possibilities of this FML before you posted) and #86, I'm sorry :( I don't know what to tell you either, all I know is that if I find out someone I know is gay, it doesn't change my outlook on them or how I treat them. the only difference is that I don't say things like, "did you see chelsea? she is so hot!" lol. I hope that all goes well when you do decide to come out :)

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I'd like to point out that the born gay theory fails to take into account bisexual and asexual people. According to that, you're either gay, or you're not gay. What about people who are sexually attracted to both sexes equally? Or people who aren't sexually attracted to anyone?

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I agree, it would be impossible for a "gay" gene to exist, as that would not really be passed on. However, it has nothing to do with our DNA. It's completely to do with hormonal changes during development, and that is well scientifically proven. Anyone who says it is a choice is completely wrong. Why would I ever choose to be gay, knowing that people would treat me so horribly for it? If I could have, at one point ? I mean, I didn't know homosexuality EXISTED when I was 10, and yet looking back I can recognise that the men on magazine covers always caught my eye more than the women. How can you possibly explain that my lifestyle led to that? I mean I've tried to fight it. I've tried masturbating to images/videos of girls. It has worked on occasions, but on the whole it doesn't really do that much. I tried to pretend that I was really attracted to girls, but really you can't fight what's in your body. Anyone who believes that acting more virile and manly will make you straight is even more ignorant. There is no connection between sexuality and virility. Just ask ANY gay person, and they will tell you that it was natural for them, and not something they ever chose. It is just impossible for nurture to play any part, because how would people in very strict Christian households who get sent to faith schools still wind up gay? Something like 30% of homosexual teenagers attempt suicide because they are raised with this all-encompassing belief that homosexuality is wrong, and still wind up finding that they are attracted to the same gender. #174 Thanks for your sympathy! People like RacerrRex spend all their time indoors praying/at church, so it's not like I'm gonna run into them. Then again, both my parents agree with the view that homosexuality is a choice and a wrong choice at that... oh well. I wasn't really planning to stay in contact with them after I left home.

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Sorry #180, I know no one's mentioned bi/asexual people, but because gay and straight are the two most common sexualities, it's just easier to say "gay people" than "gay/bi/asexual people" It's the exact same thing really. Hormonal changes during fetal development are what cause bisexuality and asexuality too. Anything ending with the suffix "-sexuality" is related to hormones and anyone who accepts science and hasn't had their mind corroded by taking the Bible word-for-word can see that. To the homophobes: You're right, there is freedom of thought. You are allowed to reserve your own disparaging views about gay people. What you are not allowed to do is treat us badly, deny us opportunities and even attack us just because of what we do with our own lives. And need I point out that a lot of homophobes are just trying to mask their own latent homosexuality? I'm ashamed to say I have done that- I have pretended to be a homophobe a year ago just so that no one would suspect I was gay. And although it worked, I still felt bad about it.

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  cthulhu1138  |  1

Sexual orientation is more like a spectrum, with strict heterosexual on one side, strict homosexual on the other, and varying degrees in between. On another scale there's desire, going from asexual through "will screw anything alive" up to "OK, we'll make an exception this time". If there is genetic influence, expect it to be a combination of several genes. The idea of a single, binary "gay gene" is ludicrous.

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  razzumfrazzum  |  0

I find it hilarious that my comment got buried just because I don't necessarily agree with homosexuality. I tolerate it, but by no means do I have to like it. That's not being homophobic that's called having my own opinion. Advocates of homosexuality who for some odd reason believe that everybody should think like them are just as close-minded as the hardcore anti-gay people. People are allowed to think for themselves. Divineinstrument, while I agree with most of your post, I don't fully believe that nurture plays absolutely no part in determining a person's sexuality. The specific function of a gene can be influenced by a number of things when it's in its developmental stages. After the gene's function is set there's no changing it. Hence, the argument for sexuality in general being a combination of nature and nurture. Note: This is not a "gay" gene, this is a gene who's default is more than likely an attraction to members of its species, but then it is influenced to be either bisexual, homosexual, or heterosexual. Asexuality can be argued to be an actual mutation and therefore is not a natural occurrence. One more thing Divine, as for your actual situation I find that uber strict households often fail at preventing what they are trying to prevent. The child's curiosity gets pushed into a state of rebellion and they end up doing what they were forbidden to do. Not all the time of course, but this is what I've observed. It might help your parents to cope if you didn't come out all super flamboyant or effeminate and maintained a manly demeanor. Be a man that just so happens to prefer other men; instead of a woman trapped in a man's body. If that makes sense to you.

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I don't know why I'm still commenting on this FML when it's on page 3. Oh well. Hopefully razzumfrazzum will reply to this. I wish you could email people on this site. Thank you for replying nicely to me razzumfrazzum. I'm a liberal guy. As long as you don't treat me badly, I don't care what you think of homosexuality. But you are just SO wrong, and what you say is actually really ignorant and incredibly offensive. Why does everyone have this dumb notion that gay men are uber-effeminate? I'm just your average run-of-the-mill guy. I don't go around talking all camp and behaving all girly. When I come out, I will be the EXACT same as I was before. The only thing that will change is how people view me. I DETEST the gay stereotype. It's hilarious and everything, but it's a huge disadvantage to gay people. My voice is normal, I don't go around doing that gay hand thing, I hate fashion, and I don't act girly. Yet that's what people are automatically going to think of me. I understand your entitlement to your own views razzumfrazzum, but people like you are probably the reason that 30% of gay teenagers attempt suicide.

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  razzumfrazzum  |  0

Divine I wasn't claiming you to be of that variety of homosexual. I'm sorry, I thought I was being clear as to what I was saying. I understand that not all gay people are that way. I was just saying that your parents might be more accepting of your decision as long as you were not befitting of the stereotype. Those types of homosexuals, male or female, are really the only ones that I truly have a problem with. It's like they're trying to overcompensate for their lifestyle and not being true to their sex. I say sex, because it is by definition defined by your chromosomes. Sex is biological, gender is psychological. Thank you for being a man's man :D I think we all detest the given stereotypes for our cultures, ethnicities, etc. Well most of the stereotypes anyway lol As for the 30% of gay teenagers who commit suicide, I feel no sympathy for them and won't be held responsible for their own mental weakness. There are people who go through a lot more than just being teased for being different (yes, I know that sometimes the "teasing" is extreme but still...man/woman up). Suicide is not the answer in any case, but one definitely should not off themselves just because someone doesn't agree with them or their lifestyle. Thanks for respecting my opinion though, as I will continue to respect yours.

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Oh good razzum did reply! Could you do me a favour, razzum? If you intend to reply to this comment, could you please just put whatever you want to say in an email and send it to [email protected]? Thanks. I'm glad you now recognise that the effeminacy thing is no more than a stereotype attached to gays used entirely to make people laugh. Because in one of your earlier comments, you said that the way to prevent people from adopting homosexuality is to put someone really manly in their life. I hope you realise that doesn't actually work. And also, manly does not mean straight. It means strong, tough etc. which are common characteristics among gay men too. The belief that being gay automatically makes you less of a man is completley unfounded. And while you're entitled to your own opinions, I simply cannot agree with you that nurture had anything to do with it. Now, let's take something like drug addiction. If you spend a lot of time in your childhood around drug addicts, that makes you WAY more likely to develop a drug addiction, so that example is clearly nurture, because there is an obvious pattern among the upbringings that lead to drug addiction. However, if you take homosexuality, there is no discernible pattern among the upbringings that apparently lead to homosexuality, meaning that nurture cannot be a factor in it. Alright, a lot of people don't seem to have much sympathy

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((Continued from above post)) Alright, a lot of people don't seem to have much sympathy for people who commit suicide, but telling them they have a weak mind and telling them they need to learn how to cope is the worst method you can use. It's very difficult trying to come to terms with your sexuality, especially if you think all your friends and family are going to hate you for it. And in a lot of cases, people who come out do end up being rejected for it. And a lot of these gay teenagers suffer from internalised homophobia, which leads them to think that they are an abomination. With all these, it becomes a bit too much to handle. Although suicide is not really the solution, they aren't in their right state of mind. Fortunately I'm well into the 70% who don't commit suicide, but I don't exactly intend to come out when I'm still in school, because my school is so fucking homophobic it's not even funny. I am a huge supporter of freedom of thought. People can think whatever the hell they want (acting on it is what causes the problems) but I am trying to change your mind about some of the stuff you think if that's alright.

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((Continued from above post)) Wow I can't stop saying stuff... this will all be such a waste if razzum never gets round to reading this. Sorry, razzum, I re-read your comment, and I realised that you were saying you refuse to held responsible for the 30% of gay teenagers who commit suicide. Yeah, I totally understand that. I didn't actually mean what I said about you being partly responsible for this- I just have a bit of a temper. I didn't mean it, so I apologize. It's not the teasing that creates problems, it's the extreme loneliness.

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  TheAntiBarbie  |  0

First of all, are you gay? My guess would be that you're either not, or you're pretending not to be. If you're not, then you cannot comment on this because you wouldn't know if it's a choice or or the result of the way you were raised or not. You have absolutely no frame of reference and therefore no idea what you are talking about. Sexual orientation is like handedness. People generally prefer one hand over the other and it's not a choice, it's just the way they are. When forced to use the wrong hand, it causes problems that last into adulthood. Sexuality is the same way. Think of homosexuals as lefties. And a lot of homosexuals come from families that don't believe in homosexuality or families where the subject is not something that is talked about. It has nothing to do with the way you were raised. Homosexuals can come from perfectly functional families and heterosexuals can come from truly fucked up ones. Oh, and is that like how you don't see babies with teeth, so having teeth must be a result of the way you were raised? Oh, I get it now! And to everyone else, the OP might not even be a homophobe. Perhaps he would be equally unhappy if the pool boy was going after his daughter.

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  GEFStryker  |  27

Don't be worried about it, people are pretty accepting of it these days. It's just a bunch of ignorant assholes that feel brave behind their anonymity trying to look cool. I was pretty scared coming out myself, more so to my family then my friends... but everyone was generally pretty acceptive of it, and this was almost 8 years ago, when I was like, 12 or so. Good luck with everything, and add me at [email protected] if you wanna chat about anything! Cheers

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  GEFStryker  |  27

Don't be worried about it, people are pretty accepting of it these days. It's just a bunch of ignorant assholes that feel brave behind their anonymity trying to look cool. I was pretty scared coming out myself, more so to my family then my friends... but everyone was generally pretty acceptive of it, and this was almost 8 years ago, when I was like, 12 or so. Good luck with everything, and add me at [email protected] if you wanna chat about anything! Cheers --------------------

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  razzumfrazzum  |  0

Antibarbie, from the simple fact that your entire argument is based off of a frame of reference that states "if you aren't homosexual then you don't know anything", I'm not going to write off everything you said as the words of an uneducated fool. With your logic I could say that because I'm not a crack head I can't comment on what made the person addicted to crack. Or because I'm not stupid I can't comment on why stupid people do stupid things. Your logic is horribly flawed. Handedness is nothing like homosexuality, I child taught to use their right hand when they're left handed doesn't negatively affect their life at all. They just become ambidextrous or they don't use their left hand as their main hand. I'm right handed and I can use my left hand for a number of things. Why? Because I trained myself to be able to do so. Maybe you should think these things through. I'm not even gonna dignify the baby teeth comment......you just made yourself sound incredibly stupid on so many levels. Oh and since we're using your logic you better be gay, left handed, from a broken family, and a person of Greek descent that owns a pool boy........it's ok, sound logic seems to elude us sometimes.

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#94. You're assuming wayy too much with only 300 characters of Fmylife material. I'm sure that no matter what gender her kid is, having a pool boy scream "WE'RE IN LOVE!!!" Is enough to make -any- parents skin crawl. Esp. When the parent thought that the pool boy was ONLY drinking their beers, it goes from a mild irritation to a "Wtf? Fmylife." moment in a half a second.

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  aatlae  |  0

divine I totally feel for you - feel free to email me at [email protected] any time - ignore the massive bigots on this site - they're the biggest argument against evolution ever! Being gay is FINE - the bible was written thousands of years ago and it's been edited more times than you can count - this is FACT. Idiots who base their lives on the ancient words of more idiots are doomed anyway. Your parents, if they love you, will accept your sexuality. You'll be just fine.

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  lil_millsay  |  0

Seriously, stop fighting over the smallest of things. 23 is funny, yesms my borthed ought to hear of it, its a joke people not real. All the people who think RacerrRex should die and shit, seriously, its the fucking internet. No need for violence. Lil Millar

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  youshitme  |  9

Aw, don't be scared, it'll be crap for a little while, then no one will care .. The earlier you do it the easier the longterm will be ... Maybe, I don't know your situation, you might come from a family who'll stone you to death if they found out, in which case, I take no responsibility for that quote ... Is there a pool in your building? If so, I hope a nice hot pool boy comes your way soon...

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  xyadove  |  8

God says ( in the bible) that it's not wrong to be gay, and that person is still human and to be treated like one. He says it's wrong to engage in gay sexual ACTS.

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... I don't see a significant problem with that And anyway #2, coming from someone with homophobic parents, I can understand it is hard for the previous generation to let go of their homophobia. And even if they have no problem with homosexuality, they tend to not want their children to be gay. I mean, their children are going to get a lot of grief from people over it; they're not going to lead the normal lives their parents pictured. No matter their beliefs, it is difficult for them.

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  seb12992  |  0

#2 must be a homo himself.

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  AJ872  |  0

Why is this comment hidden? It is a sucky way to find out. And to bury it and leave so many anti-gay and flat out rude comments up is ridiculous.

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  asnider  |  0

Why the hell would his son get AIDS? Not all gay people have AIDS, you know. And most of them are smart enough to use condoms these days. PS: You do realize that straight people can gets AIDS, too, right? It's not a "gay disease."

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  BillyJoe88  |  0

How is being gay "actually a really good thing"? It's actually a much more dangerous and unhealthy lifestyle compared to a non-gay lifestyle.

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  AngelRaven89  |  0

..Okay 1st I don't see how being gay is a "really good thing". It's just a relationship, i don't see how a gay relationship could be any better than a straight relationship. 2nd why would you assume that just because the son is in love with "the help" doesn't make "the help" a "successful young man." He has a job. They probably make good money. It's sad that you judge a life based on what they do for a living. 3rd the OP never stated he wasn't "1000%" okay with the relationship, but more how he found out.

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  ForestFire0  |  1

What stereotype would he be thinking of #27? The about how gay men are at a higher risk for AIDS than straight men? Cause when there is statistical proof, it's not a "stereotype" it's a fact. Admittedly, it's mostly due to gay people from the '70s, but the point remains. Also, I wouldn't have a problem with you if you didn't use your homosexuality as a justification for your air of superiority and self-righteousness. Somehow, your sexual preferences make you a better person than everyone else? What about people who prefer reverse cowgirl position? Does that give them wisdom? Does a foot fetish give you a better sense of humor? People like you give gays just as bad a name as real-life Brunos. Why don't you get off your high horse and define yourself by more than your sexual orientation?

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  Emrysa  |  1

#33 Lesbians can get Aids, they're just much less likely to contract it than heterosexuals and gay men because of smaller amount of contact.

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  Stephnesss  |  0

@11, how is being gay 'a really good thing'? I don't see how different it is from a straight relationship... I think you're one of those people who treat gay people like they're handicap. My good friend is gay & he absolutely hates it when people single him out like that... it's just a sexual orientation. @69 I agree with you... Since when is AIDS off limits to lesbians? That makes no sense.

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@11: Alright, I'm gay, and I would disagree about it being a good thing. I would actually prefer to be straight, simply because I don't want all the homophobes out there attacking me and thinking I'm a freak (my parents included). That said, I do feel a bit glad about it. I feel like being gay works out quite well for me. I mean, I don't even want kids! Most gay partners don't have kids, whereas if you're straight, you'll find it difficult to find a partner who doesn't want kids. I'm also a lot more socially comfortable around guys than girls, and to be honest I think that you get a lot of crazy girls, and am glad I don't have to worry about dating them . But I'd STILL rather be straight, just because life would be easier. Homophobia phails

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  ctk530  |  4

lots of gay people are more tolerant because we've had to put up with the shitty, ignorant people that life is constantly bombarding us with. we can more easily relate to other minorities. I do wish that people would leave being gay to just a sexual preference and just one aspect of a much more dynamic, complex person. this also entails getting rid of prejudice and letting us live our lives, even the so called "real life Brunos", which, in the way you said it, is as prejudice as saying "fag", or "faggot".

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Hang on here. 11 why would you say it's 'just a phase'? That's probably one of the most ignorant things I've read on this site....and most of the people on here are idiots.

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  clairesucks  |  37

Oh my god, your comment is stupid in so many ways! What's wrong with hooking up with the 'help'? Stop thinking of your self as superior over other people. He's a pool boy. Maybe it's a part time job. But if it isn't who are you to judge what's considered as a successful job? Some people in the world are needed to clean pools. Otherwise then we would have no pool cleaners and all the pools will be dirty. And you think that #5 is racist? Look at yourself first!

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  Ketz  |  0

Well, I mean, the guy's son is hooking up with his pool boy.

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  Stephnesss  |  0

I guess it depends how old the pool boy is & how old the son is. Maybe that's what the OP is upset about. If he had a relationship with her eldest daughter & she was say... 15? & the pool boy was 21... then we have a problem.

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I was going to say pretty much exactly what you said #78 This FML doesn't seem to be relevant to gay bashing. Age and the un-professionalism of the pool boy in stealing beer on top of dating any part of the client's family seem to be the FML. Meeting his daughter's boyfriend through similar circumstances would probably have unsettled him just as much, especially, as the commenter above me pointed out, if the age differences are big enough to cause legal unrest (if the pool boy is an adult and the child-in-question is underage).

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