““I say “I’m angry.” I say “I’m hurt” and people jump down my throat to explain “it’s not everyone” “there are good people.” What they are really saying is “stop in the middle of your fear and rage and sadness to tell me I am a good person.” Suddenly my pain becomes me having to take care of their feelings.””
Actually, I’m saying it is unfair to lump people together by their common traits. More and more of the LGBTQ+ crowd think it is ok to be bigoted against straight people. In the same breath you are doing what you criticize others for.
I pointed it out on twitter and you just ignored me. I wasn’t rude or hurtful, you just didn’t like what I had to say, so you hid your head in the sand. You had the chance to voice your opinion to someone that was willing to have a discussion. Instead you just sweep them to the side without any consideration for their point of view.
People call this post brave, but when you won’t discuss the topic, you aren’t being brave, you are being a coward and hurting your cause.