• Is there anything you would like to tell me?

    Please don't be mean.
    Please don't be mean.
    15 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 12 hours ago
  • If owners and dogs are alike after spending time together are gay owners turning their dogs gay? I ask because I have this neighbor?

    and I'm scared if I introduce him to my high breed dog I won't be able to breed it. It competes at dog shows and any lack of performance would cost me money.
    and I'm scared if I introduce him to my high breed dog I won't be able to breed it. It competes at dog shows and any lack of performance would cost me money.
    9 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 15 hours ago
  • What is the illness called that causes people to be gay?

    I'm trying to explain to someone that I do not want gays to touch me so I don't get infected.
    I'm trying to explain to someone that I do not want gays to touch me so I don't get infected.
    16 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 15 hours ago
  • Why do people hate gays?

    Best answer: The reason people get so polarized over homosexuality doesn't have anything to do with religion. Oh, sure, there are religious bigots who feel that God needs their help to keep all humanity in line, and they're great for cherry-picking scripture to disguise their bigotry. But of all the people who are so... show more
    Best answer: The reason people get so polarized over homosexuality doesn't have anything to do with religion. Oh, sure, there are religious bigots who feel that God needs their help to keep all humanity in line, and they're great for cherry-picking scripture to disguise their bigotry. But of all the people who are so exercised about homosexuality that they can't see any reference to it without having to announce their opposition or their disgust - or they have to make some remark in public, or be sure to lecture their kids about it at the very first opportunity - the VAST MAJORITY of those people don't go to church, don't know any scripture, and couldn't give a flying fuuk about religion and sin! So what's the deal with them?

    The deal with them is this: Among men and boys, it is circulated that homosexuals are weak, ineffectual, and effeminate. In short, they combine all of the worst aspects of women, and none of the best aspects of men. Also they are dirty, perverted, sinners (because God said so, and that's all you need to know about that!). And they are criminals, except that it's politically incorrect to arrest them right now. BUT MOST OF ALL, they are - for all of the foregoing reasons - despised and rejected by the honorable brotherhood of manly men, WHICH MEANS if we suspect you are a homosexual, you go to the bottom of the pecking order of men in your community and there you will remain. You will be marked, ostracized, shunned, talked about, insulted, shoved around, spit on, and beat up - and if we're drunk enough, even killed. Nobody will give you the time of day. Nobody will hire you. Nobody will buy anything from you. You lose all benefits of your manhood club membership.

    And how do we know whether to suspect you of homosexuality? That's easy: If I say "I hate fAgs!" you have to say "Yeah, me too, damn spiggots!" because if you don't, it's clear that you ARE one. If you're friends with one, you ARE one. If you are kind to one, you ARE one. If you even academically suggest maybe we don't need to hate 'em, you ARE one. And so we find ourselves surrounded by daily outbursts of "I hate homosexuals!" and "Me too!" "Me too!" And we also get to hear from the tag-along politicians and TV preachers who want to capitalize on this self-perpetuating voting bloc, and all their Sunday offerings... (or from people who like to PRETEND to themselves that they ARE politicians or priests of some sort.)

    Men hate gays, in order to protect themselves - and in order to make bank - NOT because they understand what scripture says, or care about it one whit (and the more they go on about God, the truer that is).

    Women hate gays for other reasons (but that's the subject for a different tirade).
    14 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 7 hours ago
  • Does having anal intercourse with a toilet plunger count as being gay?

    Best answer: Only your hairdresser knows for sure. Okay? Personally I dont think so.
    Best answer: Only your hairdresser knows for sure. Okay? Personally I dont think so.
    10 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 2 days ago
  • Waffles or pancakez?

    Best answer: Waffles with a a layer of pancake topped off with another layer of waffles and then another layer of pancakes.
    Best answer: Waffles with a a layer of pancake topped off with another layer of waffles and then another layer of pancakes.
    52 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 4 days ago
  • Is this cheating?

    My friend and I are both sorority sisters and share the same room. We often like to experiment lesbian sex when we are alone cause we are both bicurious. All our sorority sisters know it and dont mind it cause its all experimenting and some of them do it as well with other female friends, its all curiousity and... show more
    My friend and I are both sorority sisters and share the same room. We often like to experiment lesbian sex when we are alone cause we are both bicurious. All our sorority sisters know it and dont mind it cause its all experimenting and some of them do it as well with other female friends, its all curiousity and experimenting cause you know the saying "girls just wanna have fun". The problem is, we both have boyfriends who dont know it yet, we decided to tell them when we are ready but one of them became suspicious of us. Its the boyfriend of my sorority friend who noticed we kinda are too intimate with each other (cuddling, hugging, holding hands and kisses) and he started being suspicious and kinda like a jerk to me. He isnt that friendly to me as he used too, its like he cant stand me anymore. My friend still has a relationship with him and is romantic towards with him and loves him but he became also cold towards her after he became suspicious. After this I dont know if its a good idea to tell our boyfriends for our experimenting, cause if they cant handle our friendly intimacy then they surely cant handle our experiment. And I dont want a break up just for a experiment cause it isnt real cheating actually. My friend and I are not lovers or mistresses of each other, its all just sex, not love. I dont want to come over as a homewrecker and break my friend and her boyfriend apart. Why would they be angry about this? It cant be cheating when you do it with a woman
    17 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 2 days ago
  • If a transwoman gets murdered and/or is beaten up by a straight man who did NOT know she was trans, IS IT JUSTIFIED?

    I mean after having sex, would it be justified? because some people say it's rape by deception (if he later finds it out)
    I mean after having sex, would it be justified? because some people say it's rape by deception (if he later finds it out)
    32 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 3 days ago
  • Do you like today's music?

    Best answer: No I think it's awful compared to the music that was made before the turn of the century...
    Best answer: No I think it's awful compared to the music that was made before the turn of the century...
    36 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 4 days ago
  • Is homo a slur/bad word?

    Best answer: It is considered offensive in most contexts.
    Best answer: It is considered offensive in most contexts.
    20 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 2 days ago
  • How did the native americans treat homosexuality? was it acceptable in their culture?

    Best answer: The limited-but-sturdy evidence provided by historians that Bronski draws on suggests homosexuality was treated matter-of-factly among most Native American tribes. In the records of the Lewis and Clark expeditions, Nicholas Biddle observes: "Among the Mamitarees, if a boy shows any symptoms of effeminacy or... show more
    Best answer: The limited-but-sturdy evidence provided by historians that Bronski draws on suggests homosexuality was treated matter-of-factly among most Native American tribes. In the records of the Lewis and Clark expeditions, Nicholas Biddle observes: "Among the Mamitarees, if a boy shows any symptoms of effeminacy or girlish inclinations he is put among the girls, dressed in their way, brought up with them, and sometimes married to men."

    Among the Crow tribe, a horrified white observer wrote, "men who dressed as women and specialised in women's work were accepted and sometimes honoured; a woman who led men in battle and had four wives was a respected chief". This shouldn't be entirely romanticised. One tribe "accepted" homosexuality by raising young men to be "passives", available as "sexual resources" to the tribe, which sounds uncomfortably close to rape. But in most places, different sexualities were granted room for expression, much of it consensual.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/johann-hari-the-hidden-history-of-homosexuality-in-the-us-2300636.html

    The Navajos have a rich, documented history of accepting and even honoring people that identified with different genders and sexual preferences.

    In fact, as recently as 10 years ago, same-sex unions were recognized by the Navajos.

    “We were recognizing same-sex unions between a man and a man and a woman and a woman long before white people came on to this land,” Alray Nelson, lead organizer at the Coalition for Navajo Equality, a local community group working to end the ban on gay marriage, told Fusion.

    That changed in 2005, when, following the footsteps of the U.S. Defense of Marriage Act, the Navajo Nation introduced its own version, called the Diné Marriage Act.

    The Navajo nation recognizes what are known as “tribal common-law marriages.” If a couple is cohabitating and “holding out to the public as being married” then the tribal government recognizes that couple as a married unit.

    “Before the 2005 Diné Marriage Act, that was a law for everyone,” Nelson said.

    Going back further, there are drawings, photographs, oral histories, and even language that advocates say is evidence LGBT Navajo tribe members were once accepted.

    The Navajo language has at least one term for tribe members that don’t fit traditional heterosexual roles: nádleehí.

    https://splinternews.com/the-surprising-history-of-gay-marriage-in-the-navajo-na-1793845543

    Don Pedro Fages was third in command of the 1769–70 Spanish Portolà expedition, the first European land exploration of what is now the U.S. state of California. At least three diaries were kept during the expedition, but Fages wrote his account later, in 1775. Fages gave more descriptive details about the native Californians than any of the others, and he alone reported the presence of homosexuality in the native culture. The English translation reads:

    I have submitted substantial evidence that those Indian men who, both here and farther inland, are observed in the dress, clothing and character of women – there being two or three such in each village – pass as sodomites by profession.... They are called joyas, and are held in great esteem.

    Also see

    http://outhistory.org/exhibits/show/native-americans-gay-americans
    12 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 23 hours ago
  • Why are the vast majority of male flight attendant gay ?

    I've just got back from Singapore and had different crews both ways and all the men were all poofs which made me feel a bit uncomfortable and spoilt my enjoyment. I suppose it is a bit of a girly /glamorous job which may be why it appeals to them but they really seemed over the top camp and just put me off. I... show more
    I've just got back from Singapore and had different crews both ways and all the men were all poofs which made me feel a bit uncomfortable and spoilt my enjoyment. I suppose it is a bit of a girly /glamorous job which may be why it appeals to them but they really seemed over the top camp and just put me off. I have complained to the airline.
    12 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 24 hours ago