"Don't Say Gay" by JulienMayfair in LGBDropTheT

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They say that we all need to stay together in order to fight against conservative bigotry, but the truth is that they need us to have any chance at survival. Without the TW+, gay rights worldwide might be better in nearly every country

The hurt is real by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I was confused at first because I know so little about makeup I thought there was some connection between mascara the makeup and scissors the cutting tool. I'm pretty sure they're not interchangeable, but that first 2 seconds had me questioning my thoughts

Why can’t her hateful wife celebrate their newfound status as a heterosexual couple? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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The same people who act like sexuality is about identified gender then turn around and act like it's a huge mystery that a straight woman wouldn't want to date a "woman"

Their own logic would dictate that the moment a person's partner's gender identity is no longer compatible with their sexuality, the attraction should stop. But the moment this seems to work in practice, they act like it's a personal attack.

It almost makes me wonder if they don't actually respect people's sexuality, and just say whatever is most convenient and would give them the most sexual partners through coercion?

Sex with TiF brings revelation to gay man - but not the one she was hoping for by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Wow. That comment was terrible. A man deals with an unloving mother his whole childhood, carrying that around with him into adulthood, and then breaks down when he finally does what she always wanted him to be and realizes once and for all that he can't be it, and this woman is bitching that it's invalidating? Why are these people so fragile?

So you DO need to fuck 'em to be an ally, huh? by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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If gender and sex are supposed to be totally different things, why isn't it ok for people to be attracted only to one sex?

Isn’t everyone? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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As long as you like the label LGBT+, you are a beautiful part of it

That's not how it works. That's not how anything works. There is no other label or category or group in pretty much all of existence that has only the requirement of liking the label to be a part of it. And pretty much no category would exclude you for no reason other than not liking the label.

another round of 'what just happened?' by Hannibalboy93 in LGBDropTheT

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If straight men aren't going to find it, I doubt a gay man is going to know much more about it

I am a self-absorbed twit in a hetero relationship, and my bf doesn't like when I use the term "partner" by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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The only time I would really use the term "partner" is to refer to a plural group that includes both sexes and/or several relationship statuses, such as boy/girlfriend, fiance, and spouce. To use it singularly in any situation where the sex and relationship status of the person in question is known is unnecessary in the majority of situations in the modern first world. And of course, these people get off on being pointlessly complicated

You all LGB people are just boring and uncool by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Imagine being such a boring individual with nothing of value to provide to anyone anywhere that you invent a sexuality to try and have just a modicum of anything happening in your life other than being a waste of oxygen.

Not even bothering to include LBG in Pride anymore by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I don't think it has to do with stephen universe at all, it's just "the corporate artstyle" at this point. If anything, I'd call it the symptom of a trend of flat, ugly, single use, disposable everything that's cropping up in every corner of society. People seem to want speed and convenience, not quality or longevity anymore. Fuck, I sound like a boomer rn, but it's a legit concern. We make low quality garbage products that break after a day if a new trend hasn't rendered them obsolete by then, and then this garbage is thrown away into landfills or the ocean. This corporate artstyle is just the digital version of that. Mass produceable garbage clipart that no one cares about and get's thrown into the recycling bin as soon as a different color combinaton or incorrect human body proportion becomes the trend of the hour.

Not even bothering to include LBG in Pride anymore by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Because it's easy, cheap, mostly inoffensive, and adaptable to anything and everything. You're not meant to look at it for any length of time. It's just for you to have bright colors and high contrast lines shoved at your face in an attempt to make you more receptive to whatever they're shilling

"I'm LGBTQ+" by JulienMayfair in LGBDropTheT

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They want everyone to be unique and special while also identifying with the whole entity that cannot contain everyone without problems. It's obscene

Ah teenage gay boy drama... no, wait... by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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So this woman has a friend and a crush, both of whom are gay men, and she is now mad that the two gay men are going out with each other instead of her?

#LGBDropTheT is trending on Twitter, and the TRAs are seething by FediNetizen in LGBDropTheT

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Good. The more we can show that people do not want these two groups to be thrown together, the more organizations may stop bending over backwards for a homophobic group of monsters

Ooooh yeah, that's it, talk gender neutral to me baby by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I don't get it. People still use "partner" super often as well, which just feels like you're intentionally hiding the sex of your partner. In homophobic areas, it makes sense to use gender neutral language so you don't need to lie and flat out say you're straight, but in a setting where people are accepting of gay relationship? Just call him your boyfriend or husband and call her your girlfriend or wife. Especially when straight people use partner, it's annoying. The term was used to hide the fact that we're gay. It isn't a fun and quirky thing to say.

Ooooh yeah, that's it, talk gender neutral to me baby by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Yes daddy~

Disney's is pushing sexuality onto kids before their time in their woke movies. Look at this degeneracy. by MarkJefferson in LGBDropTheT

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I think the lesbian bias is because most homphobes fall into one or both of the following: they fetishize lesbians, or their hatred of homosexuality is relating to some ancient book talking about sex, and sex is defined by the presence of a penis, and therefore lesbians are ok or otherwise less terrible because they can't have "real" sex. Gay men are the absolute worst because they defy what men "ought" to do and pervert their antiquated idea of sex by doing it up another guy's butt rather than in a vagina. Lesbians are not terrible because they don't have "real" sex and straight men often love to watch lesbian porn. That's why they're "safe" for more audiences.

The illiterati of the TikTok generation are outraged about what Better Miller said by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Everyone's identity and pronouns matter, except normal people who make up the vast majority of the population, they can go fuck themselves

Guy gets a bit upset about his newly gay relationship, red flags everywhere for Reddit gay transmen brigade by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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It would be obscenely unhealthy for love to not include conditions. That's how toxic relationships are possible: when one partner disregards the flaws and harmful actions of the other and says "well, all that matters is I love them," even if they are actively being harmed physically, emotionally, or financially by the relationship. If I got into a relationship and my boyfriend ended up intentionally severely hurting my family, I'd break up with him. Being a non-psychopath is one condition for someone to gain and keep my love. That's not unhealthy or me being too choosy.

Unconditional love should not exist between adults, it's unhealthy and dangerous to pretend it's a good idea.

There is no angst so great as that of the thwarted queens of r/gaybroscirclejerk by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Ok but at least one of those mentioned users I recognize and he is a terrible person. It's a shame that so many reddit mods and admins are such bad people

How can we assist her to achieve this goal? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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They always say that, but then they inevitably react the same way as gay men when another woman hits on them

Therefore aroace lesbian!!! by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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No, it does not make sense, because if you experience romantic attraction, then you cannot be someone who experiences no romantic attraction. That's the definition of it. What's next? Beef loving vegetarians, who don't eat meat but still eat beef, just at a lower rate than most other non-vegetarians?

The borg know the meaning of sexuality when it matter by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Ah yes, because I can't talk about being proud to love a boyfriend without going all in on showing everyone all the details of exactly how we love each other. I hate people

Video game company offers variety of flag icons for pride month. Something seems to be missing hmm... by Q-Continuum-kin in LGBDropTheT

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The part of me that wants to believe in the benefit of the doubt is hoping there was already a rainbow and they're just using June as a reason to add more specific flags? I'm too tired today to think that they've forgotten the default flag...

Bow down to the superior sexuality that isn't bigoted like the rest of 'em! by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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If a word can mean different things to different people, then it's worthless as a word. Imagine a bank note that could have its value as whatever you want. Someone gives it to you and says it's worth 100 dollars, but then you try to buy something with it and the cashier says it's only worth 10, and you need more change to buy just 20 bucks worth of groceries. it would be a totally worthless note because no one would want to use it. And here we are, with people trying to make words all be the same thing and all different all at once. No one will ever actually use these words anymore because they've been ruined with contradictory and ambiguous definitions.

Porn is a helluva drug by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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I can only assume that the attraction he feels for lesbians is objectification and jealousy because lesbians can actually seduce lesbians, which rightfully made him feel bad, until he found a way to make it woke and decided he was the true victim all along

Because no gay man ever disagrees with the gender cult by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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Ah yes, everyone who disagrees with me is a troll, a nice sweet taste of copium

Lest anyone think the Truscum are any better when it comes to transing your LGB kids by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Saying 13 years old should be the minimum is the same as saying there should be no minimum. No 10 year old is pursuing sex reassignment surgery. 13 is basically the minimum age that a child could string together a statement "I want to change gender" and it not be the senseless babbling of a toddler.

So yeah, they're drinking pus and bodily discharges, now. by LeoneOkada in LGBDropTheT

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That's very good, and if I can save just one person from that nightmare fuel, it will have been worth it.

So yeah, they're drinking pus and bodily discharges, now. by LeoneOkada in LGBDropTheT

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I read the title. I knew that nothing good could be behind that link. I still clicked the link

Please, if you are a human and have eyes and especially if you're able to read English, do not click that link for your own safety

Woman says having a more difficult time catfishing men is having an impact on her emotional well-being. by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

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Does she have no idea what it is actually like to be on grindr? Sweetheart, men on that app will reject you for having 4% body fat, or having less that 100 pounds worth of muscle, or having anything less than a 10 inch dick, or being too pale, or being black, or being asian, or being more than 0.73 miles away, or having a beard, or being clean shaven, or having pubes, or or etc. etc. etc.

If actual gay men have to wade through all that, there's no chance for a woman to find anything except the straight men on grindr specifically looking for all the straight women foolish enough to join a gay hookup app.

My 13 year old nonbinary child wants a dildo by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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The parent was supposed to start monitoring internet access the moment the kid mentioned anything relating to being non-binary. This is the result of a groomed and porn-soaked mind, not anything a kid would normally be getting involved with.

Magazine he's talking about is from only 9 years ago! Read the whole thread. by xandit in LGBDropTheT

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One of the commenters had a really good point. Focusing on a specific niche is, nowhere else in any media, considered exclusionary. Car enthusiasts don't complain about knitting magazines not featuring Lamborghini updates, gardeners don't whine about the lack of planting tips in train media. Only in LGB specific spaces does anyone complain about something catering to a small and well defined group of people. Because it isn't just straight men whining about being kept out of lesbian spaces or straight women with gay men's spaces. It's anything remotely related to anything gay, lesbian, or bisexual that must not only accept trans people who lie and identify as LGB, we must cater to anything and everything trans.

Nowhere does that happen except with the LGB being forced to take on the TQ+. Just looking at that magazine, did bisexuals ever complain that sexy women never appeared on the cover? Did lesbians ever whine that too many men were featured? I highly doubt it, it's only the T, the Q and the + that demands they appear everywhere, regardless of what a space is truly meant for.

r/lgbt knows exactly who is responsible for losing Roe v Wade by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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So why exactly would feminists want to get rid of protections for real women? How on Earth would that spite men?

Yaoi, Not Even Once by lunarstrain in LGBDropTheT

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It's sad that sexism has become such a part of her life that she thinks the only way to have a relationship with a man in such a manner where they're both equal is if she were also a man.

Either that or it's just flat out fetishization.

Lesbians fighting against erasure are oppressors by jay-day in LGBDropTheT

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But if anyone can use a label for whatever they want, then labels are 100% useless and worthless. If anyone can call themselves a lesbian without repercussion, then that label has failed. Gatekeeping isn't an inherently bad thing, it's a tool to prevent a mess from happening. It can be bad, like when someone says you're a "fake" fan for having not read the books/seen the original series/hated the new media because the new publisher is bad, but gatekeeping is necessary in other situations, like keeping people from watching a movie at the theater without paying or saying that men and straight women can't be lesbains.

If you dare criticize the trans ideology, you're hurting the gay/lesbian movement. by Kai_Decadence in LGBDropTheT

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This argument is so bad it's backwards. If we were accused of doing something wrong and now someone who forcibly associates themselves with us does that wrong thing, that is what homophobes will use to say they were right all along, the fact that someone is now doing that wrong thing while associating themselves with us.

Calling out people for doing that wrong thing and shaming and exiling them is the only thing we can do to prevent homophobia rising as the trans try to indoctrinate kids. It's so absurd

Transmen: we hate being told it is fine to be femme! by PriestTheyCalledHim in LGBDropTheT

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So, she doesn't like these features of her body because she thinks they aren't socially acceptable for men, and people are saying that these things don't invalidate her identity as a man, and that men can have these uncontrollable feminine features, and that's wrong? What does this woman want us to do? Magically mold her body to fix all these things that she points out cannot be fixed? Does she want people to agree with her complaints and say that she is invalid because her voice and body aren't good enough to be a man's?

There is no right answer with these people. You tell them the truth and they cry and call you a murderer, you play into their lie and validate their identity and they say you're just faking it to be woke. What ever happened to "any body can belong to any gender and that's 100% valid" and all that bs?

The very hottest gay men today are women with rudimentary Photoshopping skills by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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That's actually a neat aesthetic, but it isn't male. If you ignore the sock in her pants, there's nothing at all to imply this should be a male at all.

Iddly Diddly, Strictly Dickly by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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Honestly, the worst thing that came out of the gold star gay nonsense was one bisexual guy who claimed he was still a gold star gay because all the women he had sex with identified as men. In that comic, he simultaneously said (useful) labels were bs and we should get rid of them while also latching onto one label that was actually bs for his life

Not even bothering to conceal their agenda anymore by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Well then maybe if there wasn't a new movement seeking to define what males and females are allowed to do, this problem would be more easily solved. Beating someone up and grooming children to eventually undergo life changing surgeries are both abhorrent acts, one is just immediate and violent while the other is long term and less physical.

Why kids think they're trans. Number one will blow your mind. by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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1) Porn and stereotypes

2) I don't know of any 13 year old who uses "euphoria" in their vocabulary. My money is on trans internet circles introduced both that word and the idea to this child.

3) Sensory Processing Disorder, indoctrinated because of his disability.

4) That is not an answer.

5) A girl trying to escape sexism and objectification

6) Wants to be lazy and juice to stay fit

7) Another non-answer

8) Yet another "I'm trans because I say so"

9) A teenager having self image issues as every teenager in the history of humanity has had and then finding something convenient to blame those issues on.

10) A groomer social worker

11) To know that a different haircut would be better, you'd need to know what it's like to have that haircut. You can't know what it's like to be the opposite sex, so you can't know that being male "isn't for you"

12) See 8

13) Stereotypes.

None of these children would benefit from a sex change. They need help from people who aren't cult predators and to get off the internet

Yeah, lemme just control my attraction real quick... by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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If you're not attracted to women: you're a misogynist

We've seen this argument before. It didn't work when bible thumpers used it, it won't work when you use it either

How say you're a female homophobic incel without saying you female homophobic incel. by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Oh look, yet another homophobic straight person calling anal sex (and gay men by extension) disgusting.

But this time with pastel pink and blue to make it woke

What do you guys think of Muslim immigration? by CancelPower in LGBDropTheT

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I support people who want to flee their theocratic nation and pursue a secular lifestyle in peace, but cannot support anyone who wants to expand a religion that actively murders people for petty crimes or no crime at all. Ex-muslims get 100% support from me, especially since they may be in danger if they stay in a religious area, but people actively practicing their religion and with no intention of adapting to the lifestyle of a secular nation get none.

"Lesbian" who's "dealing with CompHet" is jealous of coming out experiences. by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Coming out isn't an enjoyable experience for (I would think) anyone. At the worse end of the spectrum, you lose all your family and friends and can end up homeless. At the absolute best, nothing really changes and life continues as it did except now you're able to let go of some stress that was only there because you didn't know whether those around you would be accepting, which is bad.

So at best, you let go of some stress and at worst you lose everything. This isn't a party or a game as all these TRAs seem to think it is. Coming out isn't like deciding to pick up a new hobby or career. You throw a fun party when you get accepted to a good university or hired at a great company to work for. Not when you finally admit a truth about yourself to those around you.

And what about people who don't need to come out because everyone can just tell that they're not straight by interacting with them to any degree? They don't get to come out, people just look at them and think "Oh, that person is gay," at which point a coming out event is just a confirmation of what others already suspected.

These people always trivialize what being gay is actually like and turn it into a game. It's always so absurd and the fact that anyone thinks the trans community isn't inherently homophobic is awful.

Gotta get me some of that bonus hole by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I'd imagine it's because the trans community as a whole relies on misogyny. Men transition to women so they can get access to women's spaces, women transition to men so they can attempt to escape misogyny that they've already internalized.

Men turn to women because they hate women and women turn to men because they hate (being) women.

Straight woman choosing to wear a dress to her wedding is suddenly a “queer” issue. by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

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Why does she go on about certain clothes being "men's" clothes when there is no one stopping any woman from wearing anything at all? The only clothes that are really gendered anymore are dresses and skirts, maybe crop tops if you count the fact no straight man would really wear those.

But women wear suits all the time and no one questions their womanhood or femininity. I imagine suits are just often easier to deal with than a flowing skirt that'll get caught on stuff. Even if women started wearing what used to be men's clothes in order to get some amount of respect from men (back when femininity was associated with the inability to have a valid opinion), that isn't the case in this century in the first world. Clothes are clothes and women can wear whatever they want without backlash from anyone who matters.

Gotta get me some of that bonus hole by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Why do gay men want to exclude you? Probably because you keep telling gay men that they're subhuman for not being attracted to women. You know, like all those homophobes we've had to deal with for millennia?

My alma mater used to have a Gay & Lesbian Center by JulienMayfair in LGBDropTheT

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The closest thing my college has to a gay club is full of 80% women who identify as something other than a woman and a few men who identify as something other than a man. There are no homosexuals or bisexuals in the club who identify as such, only gays pretending to be straight, straights pretending to be gay, and bisexuals naming themselves after kitchenware

Explaining LGBTQ+ to people by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Except that according to many of these people, there should be around 8 billion genders, because they're so confused that they think every person has a unique gender according to their unique personality. Which makes the entire concept 100% worthless

Riddle me this lesbians: how can you be gay if you close your eyes? by jay-day in LGBDropTheT

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If the person I kissed turned into someone else when I closed my eyes, then I'd have bigger worries than whether they were male or female in this new form

That's not how it works??? by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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The presence of a bisexual person in a relationship does not define the relationship as being non-straight, the presence of either two men or two women is what defines a non-straight relationship, regardless of them being gay or bi.

Thank you, u/theeternalbussyboy on Reddit, for this gloriously based meme by CleverFoolOfEarth in LGBDropTheT

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"Behold! A (hu)man!"

A whole lotta gobbledygook by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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Why must we return to the "If exposure to gay people makes kids gay, why am I not straight after exposure to straight people all my life" rebuttal? Why can't we be done with this? I'm not gay because of society or culture or the way I was raised, I'm gay because I'm attracted to men and not women.

No more tomboys, only males by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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No no no, the only thing that causes the increased rates of depression and suicide in trans communities is the transphobia they face, there's nothing else at all, no other patterns that could possibly cause depression in trans people. Not the hormones ruining their bodies, not the fact that they've been forced to betray their identity and build a new on that they can never actually be, not the fact they're in a cult, it's all the transphobia.

Good Post 3: When reality hits by jay-day in LGBDropTheT

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You cis lesbian "freaks" that still happen to be the only lesbians anyone is attracted to. This is just the childish "He likes you so he's mean to you" bullshit they tell children getting picked on, except now these boys have grown up to think this is how you're supposed to flirt: be a terrible person.

Remember who the real victims of discrimination are by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Wow. Imagine being so far up your own ass that your response to someone saying that a demisexual is just a straight person is that bisexuals can "pass" as straight, therefore it's both or neither in the community

I don't say that I have a unique sexuality because I like beards. It has never once crossed my mind to identify as "beardsexual" because I am attracted to men with good beards. Yet these people want to act like they're oh so special and unique because... what? They're attracted to people but only after a while? There have been several men who I only found attractive after getting to know them, it's not a unique sexuality. It's just a personality trait once again being conflated with gender identity and sexuality for no good reason.

Good Post 3: When reality hits by jay-day in LGBDropTheT

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Because this man only wants to sleep with cis lesbians. Asking other men if they find him attractive is worthless since he doesn't want to get into their pants

How the Zoomers turned the world queer one relationship at a time by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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That moment when people are so sex obsessed, even those who supposedly don't want to have sex, that they end up defining normal, non-sexual things in terms of sex.

You can deny consent! ... but it's still transphobic, tho! by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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telling someone that they must give consent or else be a transphobe is not giving them a fair choice. That's coercion. Everyone deserves the right to deny sexual consent to anyone else for any reason without question or repercussion of any kind, and labeling them as a transphobe for exercising their right to say no is a repercussion.

This shit 🙄 by artetolife in LGBDropTheT

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I like to think that the famous quote, "I think, therefore I am" is incomplete, with the original being "I think, therefore I am a criminal" Cogito ergo sum scelestus.

Being friends is queer y'all by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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Like being married without the sex or romance? Sharing your life together? Bitch that is romance!

These people are no better than conservative historians who are all like, "OMG they were roommates!!!" every time they see a historical gay figure

Multiple Sclerosis & Cross Sex Hormones . . . hint: it's bad news for women (male). by iamonlyoneman in LGBDropTheT

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Huh, it's almost as if evolution managed to get a few things right after several eons of trial and error and you can't just change things around without consequences because human, and really all modern, life is a very delicate balance

This shit 🙄 by artetolife in LGBDropTheT

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Would it really have been so difficult for people to just say that they're straight but uninterested in sex or bi but only looking for long term stuff with women? I mean, I've been sexually attracted to and involved with some people who I'm not interested in a romantic relationship with, this isn't much different.

Good Post 2: is the de-transitioning wave starting? This is the third de-trans Tiktok I've seen this week. by jay-day in LGBDropTheT

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It's almost as though you've found out that transitioning didn't make you happy and that it's better to just accept yourself as who you actually have always been

Not that different from good ol' "Sinner! Fetishist! Biologically abnormal!" by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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"You're reducing people to their genitals!!!!"

says the person reducing people to their pronouns

How homophobia funnels kids into the genderosexual death spiral by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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It makes sense. When you've been abused by awful parents, you'll try to distance yourself from everything to do with them, including the identity associated with them. Changing (nick)names, moving long distances, studying something odd, finding friend groups in niches you were never a part of before, all of these things can be done to try and cope with trauma. Hormone therapy and genital mutilation is just a cousin to the drugs and tattoos that have been shocking parents for generations. But this time, society doesn't see the problem.

Gaybros 2022, Where if you're not manly enough, you might be a woman . . . by JulienMayfair in LGBDropTheT

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Forced heteronormativity never ended. It's just that now, instead of forcing people to change their behavior to match their gender, we're forcing people to change their gender to match their behavior.

Not sure if this belongs here, but this kid sure has been fed some hell of misinformation by CleverFoolOfEarth in LGBDropTheT

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So you've got this end but also several people saying it's transphobic to talk about not worrying about getting pregnant when you're gay because transmen can give birth and transwomen can impregnate women. They just can't make up their minds about anything and then get mad at us for not knowing everything.

Sooooo proud to be represented by a furry as the first LGBTIQQAAXYZWTF mutherfucka in space. All my UwUs. by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Bleh, it's just one of Below Orbit's hops across the desert. Barely counts as space if you want a technicality, isn't an actual orbit, this person isn't an astronaut.

Why oh why won't gay men behave like the sweet dreamy boys little girls... er, transmen dream of? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I mean, that's hookup apps for you. You got what you wanted: to be treated like a man in a male space

When sending pics of your dildo to guys on Grindr doesn't get the response you want by artetolife in LGBDropTheT

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That's a rich response from someone who actually has one. Most people can order a dildo if that's what they want to ride or suck. Grinder is for finding men, not toy collectors.

r/tttt finally bans any discussion of trans people not being attracted to other trans by jjdub7 in LGBDropTheT

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Well those stereotypes they rely on are stereotypes about men, women, and homo/bisexuals. They do require those stereotypes to justify their own existence. But the T themselves are pretty much just their own one stereotype per tribe: trans lesbians, trans gay men, etc.

r/tttt finally bans any discussion of trans people not being attracted to other trans by jjdub7 in LGBDropTheT

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Not to mention, if a group is small enough, stereotypes are just a description. Stereotypes are stereotypes because a small part of a group has become representative of the rest of the group. That's hard to say about the T where the majority are the supposed stereotype.

Lesbians, learn how to let a transbian down gently here by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Our privates are private

And so are mine, as well as my private life and my home. You can't get access to them unless I consent. And I am allowed to make whatever requirements I want for giving out that consent because it's a privilege one must earn from me, not a right anyone has. So it doesn't matter what makes you uncomfortable, if you have a dealbreaker red flag, then I will not allow you into my pants or home. If you knowingly try to hide or dance around the issue, that's an attempt at deception, not keeping your private stuff to yourself.

Frankly, if you want anything to do with someone else's private life, then you lose the right to keep these kinds of things private from them. If we are having a conversation about potentially mashing our genitals together, then I have a right to know what kind of genitals you have. Heck, a lot of people ask for a lot more information than that. Among gay men, I've been asked about its size, the hair nearby, and whether or not I've been circumcised. None of this is violating my privacy if the question is coming from someone I plan or am considering having sex with. It's just making sure everyone knows what will happen before it potentially does, which everyone should have a right to know.

And there's therapy for that fucked up head of yours by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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"Conversion therapy is bad and should not exist, no one should ever have do deal with that kind of awful experience. Unless they refuse to have sex with me, then they need as much conversion therapy as it takes to make them want to fuck me"

Veto! by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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"Yeah! We'll show those cis women that we aren't violent rapey creeps by" - checks notes - "being creeps that violently rape them..."

Someone dared to make a sub for lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. Guess who came a callin'. by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Half the LGB mods on Reddit are TRAs. And the admins are as well. The entire platform is already ruined.

"There's no such thing as a cis penis", claims fujoshi on askgaybros by artetolife in LGBDropTheT

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"Some people are disabled and different men will masturbate in different ways, therefore my surgically grafted meat tube is a real penis despite not having a prostate, testicles, or other male sex organs or the ability to actually derive sexual pleasure or otherwise have an erection or orgasm"

The non-sequiters these people use, it's astounding.

It would be a problem if the kids called them the t-slur by jay-day in LGBDropTheT

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Because it means this person has successfully tricked the other people into believing that this woman is a man. Facing bigotry for a group they are not a part of is validating because it means the bigots think the person is a part of that social group. Imagine a line cook making a cake and being called a bad professional baker. They aren't a baker, but for someone to think that they are would tell the line cook that they aren't that bad at making cakes considering they aren't actually a professional baker

This is stupid. by CleverFoolOfEarth in LGBDropTheT

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So women can't be men. Unless she wants to be a man. Then she's a man. Such absolute bs.

Lesbian 'transman' takes T, regrets bottom surgery, and gets closest to beating her wife than ever by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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Wait, menopause does what?

This wasn't mentioned in 5th grade sex ed

Ladies, let your man go wild with another man, ideally in a dress! by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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So... a woman not wanting to get cheated on by her boyfriend is... transphobic? I don't follow. Being against a man doing homosexual activities would be homophobic, not transphobic. How did gender identity ever get involved with the concept of a woman wanting a straight, non-adulterous boyfriend?

Pegging is gay!... for the women doing it...? by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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So her reasoning for preferring the term 'actor' to 'actress' is that male roles are written more aggressively while female roles are written more passively? And she thinks that her attraction to men is somehow more similar to that of a gay man than a straight woman? How ridiculous can people get?

Pregnant man, pregnant person emoji coming to Apple iPhones (lmao) by juo in LGBDropTheT

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They support whatever gives them more money. If there's more money to be had by pandering, they'll pander. Just as everything turns rainbow in June. The only ideology they have is cash

If you won't date a transman then you have no choice but to date transwomen. Gotcha! by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Don't you understand, if one thing is a dealbreaker for you, then you aren't allowed to care about literally anything else or have other dealbreakers, you can only care about one thing. If dating someone of the opposite sex is a dealbreaker for you, then you must be willing to date or sleep with anyone at all of the same sex

The gay tops and bottoms of heterosexual intercourse by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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If you really had to define it, then you're a bottom by default because you cannot put your penis into a man's ass, but a man could put his penis into yours. PIV sex is just sex to you because that's straight sex and you're a straight woman.

The best alternative by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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Because there is a class of people in the US that does actually receive an unfair advantage over the rest of us, so many people deem that ideal totally impossible since they aren't having it handed to them, like some people in the US actually do.

Personally, I think the whole "standalone house, picket fence, one car per adult" stuff is dumb not because it is unattainable, but because 1) that's not really sustainable for several economic and environmental reasons but mainly 2) I grew up with that and it sucked. I couldn't go anywhere on my own since literally nothing was within walking distance, and driving was an absolute nightmare because of all the traffic. I want to have a nice apartment where I can go downstairs to a convenience store and a couple restaurants/coffee shops and bike to most of the places I'll need to go.

One legitimate criticism not of the "American DreamTM" itself but of the way people treat it is that some, usually older, people will act as though it's a one size fits all solution to happiness, that getting married, having your statistical 2-3 kids, dog and cat in the back yard blah blah blah will make you happy as attaining that is "success," you've won, that's the ultimate. But many people don't want that. They don't want to settle down and they shouldn't need to. Mowing a lawn, driving your kids everywhere, buying 1 or 2 weeks' worth of groceries at a time and a long commute to work is not fun for many people. And the advantages of that lifestyle simply aren't worth it. The true american dream should be to help others and gain the life that you want for yourself, but too many people treat it as some tangible thing, like a diploma to say you've graduated young adulthood and are now ready to buy a motorcycle for your midlife crisis before calming down.

Setting up the conditions where lesbians can’t say no by DiveBarDiva in LGBDropTheT

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"We aren't forcing you to do anything, we're just punishing you if you disobey"

First the trans community made the word lesbian meaningless, now WLW is transphobic. The trans community just hates lesbians. (reupload) by jay-day in LGBDropTheT

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So excluding people from your sexual preferences is wrong now? So the only allowable sexuality is the whatever iteration of pan-omni-mega nonsense of finding every human to ever live equally attractive?

I'm bi and even I understand how stupid this is by CleverFoolOfEarth in LGBDropTheT

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I love how they always jump to the conclusion that some people having hard limits for their romantic and sexual partners means that you can't care about anything else whatsoever. If I can only care about one thing, my attraction to people is then... a binary... hmmm... They love talking about the nuances of gender, but then throw out nuance the moment things come to attraction.

But like for real, I don't go out and fuck literally every person with a penis who'll let me, so how can you arrive to the conclusion that I only care about genitals?

RPDR subreddit user finds the discussion about gold star gay topic misogynistic and trans-exclusionary. by cutenoobies in LGBDropTheT

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Wait, misogynist AND trans-exclusionary to care about being a gold star gay? As in, the misogyny is not fully related to or reliant on the trans-exclusionary aspect of it? As in it is morally wrong to not be attracted to women? Hmm, sounds like there's some more going on here.

And the criticisms that aren't going on here include the fact that the whole concept of a "gold star gay" is a way of some gays acting like they're better than others because there is a group of gay men who have had sex with people they aren't attracted to, either because of confusion about their sexuality, societal pressures, or something worse like societal threats. Someone pretending to be straight for their own protection, even to the point of having kids with a partner they are not attracted to, is nothing to be ashamed of and the concept of a gold star gay is a dumb and useless thing to label people over.

But to complain about gold stars because it shows that gay men don't want to have sex with women? Ridiculous.

Maybe he'll make an exception for my vagina if I creep on him! by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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He compared hand sizes with you while tripping on shrooms? Sweetheart, that's not flirting. He was high, not horny for you.

Why is Twitter so twansphobic?! I was only being homophobic and misogynistic, after all! 💀 by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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It seems to me that women who become transmen are trying to escape something while many men who become transwomen are trying to chase something. The men are primarily going after lesbians and trying to have sex with them, which is why they're mostly sexually aggressive and are more subtle in their homophobia. It isn't the identity they're after so much as access to homosexual women's bodies. The women going after gay men, however, primarily seem to be more fleeing what they perceive to be societal pressures and expectations of women, like being quiet or prude or whatever. In escaping these expectations that only misogynists actually have, they flood to the opposite extreme, trying to be loud and vulgar all the time, not just in the bedroom. They may not be trying to access gay men's bodies so much as trying to escape being seen as (and thus feeling associated with) a woman.

If men are chasing women when they transition, and women are escaping womanhood when they do the same, then these differences make quite a bit of sense. Of course, there's always some of both. Many transwomen reject manhood and plenty of transmen are trying to fetishize gays as much as possible, but these may not be to the same degree among the two groups

Lesbian having problems with her penis not being hard during sex by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Hmmm, it's almost as if the altered look, feel, and functionality of GirldiqueTM is actually not all that good, but is rather the result of a defective penis as a result of a chemically altered body

Why is Twitter so twansphobic?! I was only being homophobic and misogynistic, after all! 💀 by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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That girl claims she made a distinction between "genital preference" and "seeing her as a woman rather than a man," but then her "but" is immediately followed by an explanation of why her genitals are better suited for penile sex than what a biological male comes equipped with. That's like saying, "Not wanting an electric car because you have nowhere to charge it is one thing, but you can literally plug it into the wall in your garage! Therefore, you're an idiot for not wanting an electric car, the fuck do you mean you have no garage?"

And of course, she has to go around claiming that anal sex is the only way gay men can have sex and that anal sex is disgusting.

Crime of the century by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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At 11 I was waiting for my hogwarts letter and wanted to be an astronaut inventor. If someone, especially a doctor, said that taking a shot and wearing different clothes would make me happier, then I'd probably have believed them.

Crime of the century by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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The transgender ideology is inherently homophobic

The Trans Movement Is Not About Rights Anymore - great blog post from Andrew Sullivan by GayBoner in LGBDropTheT

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Protection from discrimination is essential — and is already the law. But that does not mean that biology has ceased to exist

Except that's exactly what all the laws TRAs want do: erase biology on a legal level.