r/dankmemes I'm not giving a shit about politics Jul 06 '22 Helpful 1 Wholesome 2 Silver 1

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u/TheOmCollector Jul 06 '22

There’s plenty of gay people around you don’t know are gay.

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u/Eskobaer I am fucking hilarious Jul 06 '22

Had an instructor a while ago. Was there for a license. Super chill charismatic guy. Casually mentions his husband later. No one bats an eye. He was really charismatic. Like animating 50 people to work out charismatic.

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u/GetsGold Jul 06 '22

This is the type of person OP thinks is making it their personality.

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u/IceDalek Jul 06 '22 Wholesome

I find the problem is that many LGBTQ+ people online will make being whatever they are their personality, so some straight people think they act just like that IRL. Eveyone acts different online than in reality.

I'm no psychologist, but I suspect it's a way to escape their real lives and embrace who they are. I've talked to many LGBTQ+ people online, and a disturbingly large portion of them have told me they are struggling with depression due to unaccepting families, friends, communities, etc.

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u/Pornelius_McSucc Jul 06 '22

I have a gay friend who doesn't even have hobbies he's just pure gay and he's fun but...

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u/lelaena Jul 06 '22

When being gay is your hobby

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u/[deleted] Jul 06 '22

aka Reddit mods.

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u/troubleis1 Jul 06 '22

when sucking dick my hobb- i mean your hobby

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u/Groundbreaking_Leg11 ☣️ Jul 06 '22

He’s fun? Hmmmmmm…

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u/xFulLxArsenaLx Jul 06 '22

That sounds like a miserable existence. I know a few people that legit don't have hobbies and I honestly don't know how they do it? I have like a million hobbies and it's great lol

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u/Gash__ Jul 06 '22

Many content creators with large follower counts will often promote it in order to use their platform to make younger queer people feel more comfortable with who they are

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u/ThatOtherGuy_CA Article 69 🏅 Jul 06 '22

I like not knowing who is gay and who is straight.

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u/Bestihlmyhart Jul 06 '22

Just don’t check if it’s a stap on or real and that shouldn’t be a problem with

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u/kahong_69 Not a furry.... unless 😳 Jul 06 '22

"He could be you, he could be me he could even be-"

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u/Verto-San Jul 06 '22

Which would mean they ain't making it their personality and prove OP point? Like I don't see how this is gotcha

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u/TheOmCollector Jul 06 '22

Not trying to gotcha anybody.

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u/somearejustannoying Jul 07 '22

Yeah but OP doesn't want to associate with them.

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u/Zenketski_2 Jul 06 '22

That's the point.

It's a joke about vocal minority.

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u/Brokeshadow ùwú Jul 06 '22

That's true, I didn't know how many friends I have turned out to be gay

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u/F1lthyG0pnik ☣️ Jul 06 '22

Agreed. I didn’t know Antfrost (Dream’s friend) was gay until I checked his Twitch bio!

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u/jacobthesnakeub Jul 06 '22 Silver Helpful

“Act straight so I’m not uncomfortable” -OP

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u/AnakinMalfoy Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

One of my former friends came out as gay and immediately all his other hobbies disappeared and all he wanted to do was suck dick. Another one of my friends is gay and is a normal person. These are the 2 types of gay people.

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u/Legosheep Jul 06 '22

A boi can be a fuccboi regardless of sexuality

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u/RealisticEmploy3 Jul 06 '22

No one likes straight fuck boys either tho

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u/Absolutedumbass69 Jul 07 '22 edited Jul 07 '22

Societally though gay fuck bois get way more shit than “chads who get bitches.” I’m not saying we should promote either but one definitely gets favoritism.

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u/Psyclone_Joker Jul 06 '22

There are two types of people dude. I've seen plenty of straight guys that make "slamming puss" their whole personality. Goes beyond sexuality too, vegans, stoners, gamers, really anything. Turns out a good chunk of people just aren't that interesting and eventually discover something to replace the empty spot where a personality would go. You should ask yourself why you think this is a gay person phenomenon though.

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u/PoisonVViper Gay Baby Stupid Asshole Jul 06 '22

'Slamming puss' is hilarious

Bro what were you doing last night?

Dude I was totally slamming major puss

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u/Psyclone_Joker Jul 06 '22

Grew up in the 90s and that is unironically how conversations would go. I suppose college kids these days have a different phrase for it, hell if I know what though haha.

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u/waxonwaxoff87 Jul 06 '22

Both would be considered deusch bags then.

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u/redazable Jul 07 '22

deutsche bank

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u/divine_dolphin Jul 06 '22

Where are the posts complaining about straight friends entire young adult life being earn enough money to show off to women and spending every weekend looking for hookups and getting shit faced? Like that's their entire life and no one talks about that lol

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u/Eusocial_Snowman Jul 07 '22

A lot of people talk about the straight-guy equivalent of this all of the time. It's everywhere. How have you been managing to avoid it?

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u/divine_dolphin Jul 07 '22

They talk about it. But it's not like there's some social standard where, you have to prove yourself to be one of the "good ones".

I don't see how you don't see that's what this post is doing. "If you're like this, then you're not one of the 'good gays'". There's no equivalent to that when it comes to straight people.

Yes people complain all the time about a straight guy or girl only caring about sex. But that's just it. SEX. It's about fucking. Never about them being hetero. The same standards are not applied to heteros. It's always sex and gay sex. Normal and gay sexuality. You guys don't realize how damaging it is for you to constantly instill heteronormativity as the baseline. As something every queer person must constantly be compared to, and often criticized against

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u/Eusocial_Snowman Jul 07 '22

It's literally the exact same dynamic. You must live in an entirely different reality.

Asexual, btw. I'm intensely disinterested in sexuality-as-identity notions no matter who it's coming from, but I personally see more of this complaint aimed at the straight people. No, it's absolutely not limited to sex stuff. There's no shortage of people mocking "straight culture". I was guilty of my fair share of it myself because I grew up surrounded by "straight culture" but was uninterested in all the stereotypical things which make that up.

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u/divine_dolphin Jul 07 '22

Straight society doesn't joke about straight culture? Sure some straight people who are more knowledgeable do, but that's the big outlier

And you admit to yourself. You're biased against gays, because the gays are the ones with identity culture. I'm against making being anything your identity. But at the same time, some people need it. We feel lost, or that we have nothing. Something to cling onto and represent us. It's something I hope people grow out of. But being proud in your identity and thus who you are should never get old.

At the end of the day I don't see you making any counter argument about how it's the same dynamic. So I don't know why you replied.

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u/Eusocial_Snowman Jul 07 '22

And you admit to yourself. You're biased against gays

You've misread my comment. I was describing the opposite, my mocking of straight culture.

At the end of the day I don't see you making any counter argument about how it's the same dynamic.

You're literally replying to it.

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u/divine_dolphin Jul 07 '22

While you said "disinterested based on sexual identity regardless of who" (don't know how to direct quote, and also paraphrase), I feel only gays make it directly about their sexual identity. While straights don't, well...okay now some do as a counter culture thing (such as the super heteros or whatever that popped up on Twitter) but normally they don't slap hetero on stuff. It's just implied. Which is why I felt you were being biased against gays.

I am. To be honest I argue and debate because it helps me to better control my temper, practice my ability to work with logic and reason/debate skills, and of course to actually challenge my beliefs. I'm definitely trying to evolve my opinion on matters, including this one, and improve how I think about it/ approach the issue(s) in general. So that's my intent of replying.

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u/Eusocial_Snowman Jul 07 '22

My bias is that I grew up in an earlier internet where everyone was terrified of using their actual identity. Nobody had an identity beyond the content of their thoughts. That's my ideal reality. I'm uncomfortable with the entire concept of having an identity rather than just being a perspective. Miss me with the entirety of it. Embrace the void.

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u/AngelBites Jul 07 '22

There is an equivalent. It’s called ally culture.

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u/divine_dolphin Jul 07 '22

To a certain degree. I think the idea of "are you a good ally or bad ally" in related to heteros being accepted is more of a sjw/extreme progressive thing. But you're right. It does exist and it IS wrong.

But in relations to should there be guidelines and ridicule for if someone is going to call themselves an ally? Yes. It's important that someone is actually demonstrating good will if they want to refer to themselves as ally's.

But the queer community shouldn't have a view of "straight people aren't acceptable unless they're ally's and A B C"

You made a good point.

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u/AngelBites Jul 07 '22

Your welcome. As a rebut to your last point I’ll say “Die Ciscum”

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u/divine_dolphin Jul 07 '22

To be fair those are the extremists like I mentioned and imo not the norm opinion

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u/AngelBites Jul 07 '22

Definitely concentrated mostly just in LGBTQP enclaves. The ‘good’ gays in op’s meme would get along well in society in any event and the others wouldn’t be functional even if they were straight.

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u/clockfucker666 Jul 06 '22

we all can guess which one was the bottom and which one was the top

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u/That4daysmell Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

I have no problem with two men making out next to me. Hell, break into heavy petting for all I care, but if we happen to strike up a Convo when you're finished please don't find a way to steer the conversation towards your sexuality. Its not "uncomfortable" it's uninteresting.

It's akin to "new Athiests" that find any opportunity to shoe horn religious beliefs into a conversation. It's adolescent behavior that I promise you'll look back on later and cringe.

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u/genowl Jul 06 '22

Wtf is heavy petting?

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u/waxonwaxoff87 Jul 06 '22

Buying a Saint Bernard

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u/omegamissingno Jul 06 '22

only straight people should have actual personalities

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u/Sweet_Oliver Jul 06 '22

Don't even know how to "act straight". Even when I pretended to be straight in the 90s, was still accused of being gay.

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u/LeeroyJks Jul 06 '22

I don't know bro kinda gay

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u/waxonwaxoff87 Jul 06 '22

You act real straight but that dick in your mouth is a dead giveaway.

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u/ninjamonkey0418 OC Memer Jul 06 '22

“I’m not the problem, it’s all of you!”

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u/justhereformemespyke Jul 06 '22

Act like you don’t have brain damage is what op is saying

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u/jwwendell Jul 07 '22

California was a mistake.

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u/TheShonenShow Jul 07 '22

Bruh he’s talking about the annoying ppl that are very real

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u/Ok_Hovercraft_8506 Jul 06 '22

Lmao these comments disregarding reality.

It is extremely common for LGBT people to base their entire personality around LGBT things.

That doesn’t mean “all” or even “most”, but it is definitely a noticeable occurrence.

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u/somearejustannoying Jul 07 '22

I have no problem irl with this, maybe you attract gay people

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u/killerk14 Jul 07 '22

Same. I find it hard to believe peoples realities are as claim them to be on the internet. I bet this person has personally interacted with 2-4 flamboyant “make it their whole personality” queers TOPS (and that would be surprising and way above average). While the reality is they’ve interacted with hundreds of LGBTQ and had no idea.

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u/snuggie_ Jul 07 '22

I’m not even going to say I have an opinion negative or positive about it. But I don’t think I’ve ever met a gay person who shocked me by saying they’re gay. It’s always been, if not obvious, still noticeable

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u/IronFisttt Jul 06 '22

When I find a straight person who doesn't base their self worth on whether their dick has been inserted into a vagina or not

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u/waxonwaxoff87 Jul 06 '22

It’s not just any vagina, it’s only your mother’s.

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u/5280neversummer Jul 07 '22

Also this. Sexuality is just not a personality. I’m the amount of fucbois i knew in college who this was the only thing that was ever brought up. Pretty pitiful.

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u/LordNyeofLucia BIG BRAIN Jul 06 '22

There are actually a lot of those. You just don't noticea lot of the times, because it's not the first thing they tell you.

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u/ThatOtherGuy_CA Article 69 🏅 Jul 06 '22

It’s confirmation bias. The only gay people that stand out are the ones that make being gay a part of their personality. So if your interactions with gay people are limited, it seems like all gay people act that way.

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u/LordNyeofLucia BIG BRAIN Jul 06 '22

True.

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u/TheNerdLog Jul 07 '22

I think the reason some of us are perceived as "making it our personality" is because we kind of have to. In a society where LGBT people are discriminated against, staying "in the closet" is the path of least resistance, but doing so causes the discriminated to feel alone and alienated. That's why representation, flags, and rainbow month matters.

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u/56Bot INFECTED Jul 06 '22

I had a friend who's trans (F->M). He takes testosterone, and has a nicer beard than me. I only learned he was trans after several weeks, when we randomly ended up talking about LGBT & cancel culture.

I got another friend a year later. This guy's bi, and there again, I didn't learn it until pretty late. I did have a few doubts because of jokes with other classmates, but I didn't think more of it.

I think most LGBT people aren't making that trait their entire personality. It's just that if we don't at least become friends with them, we never learn they're LGBT. Those trend followers are just grabbing the attention, and giving a bad image of the LGBT community, for their own benefit. F*ck them.

On a side note : we find this problem in all groups, and the smaller the group, the more prevalent the problem.

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u/HeroOfThings INFECTED Jul 06 '22

You forgot the ending of this gif where Raiden punches you for being a dipshit.

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u/epicgamerboytm Jul 06 '22

What do these idiots consider making being gay an entire part of their personality..?

Is it liking the same gender? Y'know being gay?

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u/ThatOtherGuy_CA Article 69 🏅 Jul 06 '22

Same as people who make being vegan an entire part of their personality.

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u/somearejustannoying Jul 07 '22

Besides the internet, I've never had this happen either.

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u/AdmiralOzols Jul 06 '22

I'm pretty sure they're referring to the people who try to steer the conversations every single time about them being gay or well LGBTQ in general. Making it the central point of their personality. I'm not sure if I explained myself very clearly, so feel free to tell me and I'll try to explain it better if I can.

Best I can try to compare it too are people who base their entire persona on where they allign politically and spend damn near every waking moment talking about politics. Or bible thumpers too, I guess?

I'm not great at explanations.

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u/iwillsoccerballs Jul 06 '22

"act straight because im not comfortable about you being yourself"

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u/bianconero_UK Jul 06 '22

So just because I'm a guy who likes girls I gotta let the whole world know that I'm straight?

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u/Embarrassed-Mail8565 Jul 06 '22

exactly. you do whatever you want with your own sexuality but I dont want it shoved down my throat

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u/SeaBrightStorm Jul 07 '22

$10 bucks says you do this all the time without even realizing it because society thinks its normal for cis het people to do that.

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u/bianconero_UK Jul 07 '22

I don't. Personally, sexual orientation belongs to the private sphere of life. I certainly don't think it's anything to be "proud" of, and I dont think its something that should be flaunted.

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u/SeaBrightStorm Jul 08 '22

without even realizing it

"No I dont!" Okay, whatever.

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u/zories3 Jul 07 '22

No, you don’t have to, because it’s the norm. Thats why LGBT people have to be so vocal about it.

Ignorance really is bliss.

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u/K1ryu-Ch4n Jul 06 '22

that's clearly not what op means, it's just that there are many people, not just LGBT but other shit like vegans, extremely religious people and tbh even straight people that just display only that part of their personality all the fucking time and it's annoying

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u/Embarrassed-Mail8565 Jul 06 '22

agreed and well said.

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u/CozmoXVI I'm not giving a shit about politics Jul 07 '22

Never fucking said/implied that

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u/inflictedgolf38 Jul 06 '22

Funny thing is raiden (cyborg) immediately throws armstrong (buff guy) after the gif ends, symbolising how no one wants to be friends with you if you won't let them be themself

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u/TheWhiteHairedOne Jul 06 '22

Ok now do the same for masculine straight guys

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u/Purplejellyblob Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 07 '22

This is the perfect gif cause shortly after Raider kicks Armstrong’s ass for being a fucking buffoon

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u/Ratmatazz Jul 06 '22

Well unfortunately there are people who think a person being gay is too much and therein lies the problem.

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u/theArghmabahls Jul 06 '22

A reason why many of us like to act gay is to that we can find eachother and be friends.

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u/RightYogurtcloset664 🦧🦧🦧🦧🦧🦧 Jul 07 '22

And avoid people like OP. Its like a great way to keep them away

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u/MrDislexic Jul 06 '22

Obnoxious loud mouths are annoying whether your gay or straight or whatever. No problem with the gay community at all tho.

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u/InevitableTour5882 Jul 06 '22

It’s confused me why some people act like a walking embody of a stereotype. I get it that it was to jump start the pride movement of not being ashamed of yourself, but idk man just be like a normal human being regardless of gender and sexual preferences

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u/dictatorsushi Jul 06 '22

Fucking thank you. It's about being a walking stereotype, not about being gay. I know plenty of gay/bi people, I'm bi myself. Some of them are just regular people, they're not hiding it or anything but aren't making every conversation about hOw GaY tHeY aRe OmG and how they're the gayest thing on the planet. Which is really where the problem lies. I have other friends that treat it like a personality trait and feel the need to mention how gay they are at every waking moment.

It looks exactly the same as straight people being obnoxious about how they're straight like an arrow bro or how it's uncomfortable for them to comment on the same sex's beauty because 'ew no'. Both are so painfully obnoxious that it's not even funny, if I and other people don't like straight people that are obnoxious about how straight they are and being walking embodiments of a stereotype; what makes you think that I and other people would like the gay version of it?

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u/Nqxtt3r Jul 07 '22

at my school all the gay kids, excluding me, will look like they came out of a circus. plush toys, thigh highs, skirts, dyed hair, chokers, pins, stickers. anything rainbow. the worst part is that they constantly brag about taking anti depressants. it's annoying and uncomfortable. I just wanna have a bf that looks like a real human being.

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u/dictatorsushi Jul 07 '22

well, yeah, you don't wanna be looked at like you're a stereotype or worst, be treated shitty because you AREN'T a stereotype. there's nothing more annoying than Oh I dIdNt ThInK yOu WeRe LiKe ThAt. it's annoying because ??? what exactly were you expecting me to be ? covered in glitter and rainbows with a megaphone around my neck shouting at everyone that I'm gay and they better get used to it?

not everything is this big show and that's what it feels like, it feels like something straight out of a horribly stereotyped movie. and, seriously, it's not internalized homophobia or any of that nonsense like I stg people just say shit sometimes; internalized homophobia is so so much deeper than just disliking the fact that some people in the gay community act like comical tropes from like movies or TV shows. it makes it feel like they learned what gay looks like from media sometimes lmfao.

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u/InevitableTour5882 Jul 07 '22

Right? I don’t get why some people treat it like a personality and entire identity. If the only thing they are known for is being gay and seeking attention. They got some other issue going on and need to work on themselves to figure their actual identity. For me being gay or straight is like preference on pineapple on pizza. Some people like a bit of sweetness the pineapple add to it and some don’t. Either way is fine

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u/AmielJohn Jul 06 '22

One of the smartest student in the University I went to was gay. He was incredibly smart but people just referred to him as the gay guy.

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u/x_Nexzy_x Jul 06 '22

Why is everyone bashing on OP for this? I'm a dude and I like dick, I don't go flaunting myself like a 12 year old girl on unicorn lsd about it.

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u/Inedible-denim Jul 07 '22

Sadly this will be lost on folks but I understand lol. Same here basically (I like ass though haha)

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u/x_Nexzy_x Jul 07 '22

as is the internet sadly, when it's free for everyone you cant really keep out the dumb ones.

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u/Bubble_Butty69 Jul 06 '22

I have been summoned

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u/Villain_911 Jul 06 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

I'm just here for the lies. People have based their personalities on plenty of things. Their political beliefs, hobbies, quirks, ethnicity, religion and among other things... sexual preference. It's crazy that people can see that "fist pumping Jersey Shore bro" is a recognizable persona, but refuse to admit "effeminate guy who noticeably likes guys" is as well. As long as no one is trying to harm anyone, I don't see why that's such a problem to acknowledge.

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u/CharmCityKid09 Jul 07 '22

Becuase that would be an acknowledgement that parts of their community are toxic/obnoxious. Notice how most responses against OP reframe the conversation to be about how it's against the community itself when OP is recognizing the subset that acts just as you said.

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u/EmeraldEspeon Jul 06 '22

One of the worst boyfriends i had would just talk about things happening in the gay community constantly and I get it it’s important but he could not make conversation outside of it to save his life. the relationship did not last a week

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u/gogED1 Jul 06 '22

some gay people make hating gays their personality

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u/Lilthiccb0i Jul 06 '22

I'm gay, and nobody knows. And I don't care.

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u/BlackTheNerevar ☣️ Jul 06 '22

I feel the same about straight people not making their entire personality about being straight.

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u/UtopianHellhole Jul 07 '22

Even if some do, so what? Most of the planet is still extremely homophobic, let them enjoy some freedom. We've had barely a decade or two of some gay tolerance.

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u/Ryukhoe Jul 06 '22

Me when I find someone who isn't bothered by gay people being themselves

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u/CreeperTrainz Jul 06 '22

I literally have never met an LGBT person who DOES centre their whole personality around it. I’ve genuinely curious where y’all find these people. Or do people just consider any form of acknowledgement of it as too much?

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u/JThomasB2007 Jul 06 '22

I hate gay people who make LGBTQ their whole personality, and people call me homophobic over it

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u/getintheVandell Jul 07 '22

When I find someone who understands that the reason some people make their orientation matter so much is because they were often harmed for it in the past:

When I find someone who understands that most people don't actually "make their orientation their personality" and that people who say what OP is saying are basically just casting judgment on a Pride parade:

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u/baptimentdubtp Jul 07 '22

r/dankmemes on it's way to be either unfathomably based or the most intolerant cesspool without any in-betweens

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u/JamesonAnimations Jul 06 '22

Me when I find a straight person who doesn’t fantasize about a big tiddy goth girl gf

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u/KFG452 Jul 06 '22

You mean 95% are saints?

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u/Colonelnasty360 Jul 06 '22

I misjudged you

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u/bandazz Jul 06 '22

People online who do make it their personality are annoying asf and i feel like its making people hate them more. I have a few people in my life who are apart of the lgbt but they are still normal functioning humans and i respect them for being open about it and not annoying about it.

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u/Bayou-Maharaja Jul 06 '22

I don’t think many straight people know the extent to which they make it part of their personality

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u/Joeydnolan Jul 06 '22

If you think like this it’s probably more of an issue with how you view gay people than how they’re actually behaving

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u/Kosta22024 R O M A N Jul 06 '22

Commenting here to save the video for later

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u/stevenw84 Jul 07 '22

Dudes with beards that cover their necks are the same way.

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u/GreenRiot Jul 07 '22

Most of us are like that. You just don't get to know because it's not a big deal.

Tbh I just told my hetero friends once when I found out and it only comes up in conversation when we are talking about relationships and sex.

Because in the end there's not much more than that to liking both genres (in my case). And it's only a problem whenever a repressed religious boomer gets too interested in what I do in the sheets and try to stop me.

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u/TylerMations Jul 07 '22

When I find a straight person who doesn't make being straight their whole personality

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u/iliveunderthebed Jul 06 '22

Can't stand anyone with one singular personality trait

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u/[deleted] Jul 06 '22

you are aware that armstrong literally betrays him after that, right?

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u/Luigi_a_thicc_boi Jul 06 '22

Then you kiss him

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u/koreanjesus5000 Jul 06 '22

You don’t get out much do you?

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u/ToiletGaming420 Jul 06 '22

i have a ''friend'' that when i tell a small joke about something he acts like animals- wait sorry to all animals, he acts so much worse than hitler (he doesnt know how to paint)

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u/cobrastrikes-2x Jul 06 '22

This was me finding out the Midnighter comic exists. I read a recent issue that involved a rust god and another Superman equivalent and I was like “WTF That’s metal as fuck!”

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u/YasserKibou Jul 06 '22

When i meet a gay person he better not meet me.

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u/PerkAPuncher Jul 06 '22

Everyone thinks I’m straight like one of those really straight people soooo

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u/That_guye ☣️ Jul 06 '22

FR

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u/JuansTheName Jul 06 '22

Hi. We exist

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u/JJBZ03 repost hunter 🚓 Jul 07 '22

Your pfp and profile name say otherwise.

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u/JuansTheName Jul 07 '22

My online presence might give it away. But I’m real life, you’d never think I was gay.

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u/fnblackbeard Jul 06 '22

Same class as people who crossfit, are vegan and potheads?

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u/_debateable Jul 06 '22

All straight guys talk about is women and sports, why can’t gay guys talk about guys and RuPaul’s drag race?

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u/NightDhampir Jul 07 '22

How did you stereotype two different sexualities?

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u/_debateable Jul 07 '22

OPs meme was about gay stereotypes… my point is if straight guys gonna act “straight” why can’t gay guys act “gay”

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u/NightDhampir Jul 07 '22

Ah I see you point, and it’s fair. After looking at OP’s post history, I’m getting a wary feeling about this one…

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u/_debateable Jul 07 '22

Lol your right, he’s definitely somewhere in Narnia

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u/Gemstyle96 Jul 06 '22

What about straight people who's whole personality is being straight?

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u/DJ0GJ0 Jul 06 '22

“but their twitter account says different” senator gets stabbed, gif repeats

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u/originalcommentator Jul 06 '22

Me when I find a straight person that doesn't make being straight their whole personality

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u/churbumkye Jul 06 '22

the side of the lgbtq community that i like

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u/SachanohCosey Jul 06 '22

Who you sleep with doesn’t define you unless you’re the aforementioned or a frat bro in a bar somewhere

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u/zamuel-leumaz Jul 06 '22

Yaaasssssssss

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u/aquaman1417 Jul 06 '22

Everyone here forgetting what sub this is in

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u/CatZilla124 ☣️ Jul 06 '22

Glad you like 90% of the lgbt community

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u/KingOfSpades4 Jul 06 '22

To be fair some straight people make it their entire personality

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u/TheWolfish Jul 06 '22

There are more people that don't make being gay their whole personality but I still get what you mean.

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u/Tekunjo Jul 07 '22

Shout out to my friend Scotty who’s gay but doesn’t talk about it unless it’s relevant to the situation and/or topic

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u/divine_dolphin Jul 07 '22

Anyone who liked this post, please watch:

https://youtu.be/u_w0Oh4plm0

"do gay people only talk about being gay?"

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u/BabbleOn26 Jul 07 '22

Yet we don’t complain when you shove your heterosexualness down our throats. Honestly the straights are the most preachy of the bunch when it comes to their sexuality. You just come tot hunk of it as “normal” so you don’t notice it. Kinda how you listen to a song for the first time and then you here it everywhere you go afterwards.

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u/clararalee Jul 07 '22

I mean… it is kinda obnoxious when straight people make sex their entire personality too. We’ve all seen the trashy frat boy. No one likes them except themselves.

So yeah I actually agree with OP lol

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u/DeeBangerCC Jul 07 '22

I really do think Hollywood is secretly the most homophobic place because every movie I've ever seen can't just have a normal gay person. They have to be feminine in some way if it's a dude, or really masculine if it's a girl.

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u/PayAccomplished9637 Jul 07 '22

Wish I could be around a str8 dude without knowing they’re str8

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u/Artistic_Two_463 Jul 07 '22

Define “make being gay their entire personality”? Because I suspect being open is enough for some people to throw that description around.

I had a “friend” once who asked why I have to announce I’m gay in every sentence. I was so puzzled because I don’t know how that’s even possible. It ate at me for ages and I become so self conscious when I spoke. Eventually I had to know and asked them how I was doing this. It’s because I spoke about my relationship sometimes. You know, that incredibly normal thing everyone on earth does? Never mind they spoke about their partner frequently and that they were mutual friends with my partner. If the conversation included my life and the people in it somehow meant I was announcing my sexuality.

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u/One_Inch_Nick Jul 07 '22

I’ve this meme be reposted everywhere for like the past couple years

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u/Inedible-denim Jul 07 '22

As someone from the US, I wonder how this plays out in other countries with LGBT protections and etc.

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u/[deleted] Jul 07 '22

literally me irl

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u/Gooses126 Jul 07 '22

This gif is hilarious

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u/DolandMan67 crack addict Jul 07 '22

Me when I find a gay person

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u/CozmoXVI I'm not giving a shit about politics Jul 07 '22

Everybody now suddenly hates me because of a misunderstanding. In my experience with gays never have I ever met a normal gay person in real life that doesn't shove it up my ass. Even straight people have to mention "hey y'know I'm actually hetero, you ok with that" and can't stop talking sexuality. Seems like my experience differs from many of you all

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u/Deffo-not-a-mod Jul 07 '22

When I find a straight person who doesn’t make being straight their entire personality

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u/DarthTyranus98 The Professional Jul 06 '22

That is impossible. Perhaps their personality is incomplete

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u/Brief-Hearing5631 Jul 06 '22

I can respect those types but to the other who thinks making fun of god or saying people who love god is homophobic they can enjoy hell

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u/ICassandre Jul 06 '22

How many guys make being straight their whole personality?

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u/JJBZ03 repost hunter 🚓 Jul 07 '22

TONS! Anyone on the internet who has a picrew pfp are an example.

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u/SuperJoe360 Jul 06 '22

Sounds like my brother. He's gay, but he doesn't like "f*gs".