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03-25-2013, 01:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Wingsfan2965 View Post
I should preface this by saying I'm straight, and that I don't hate gay people. At the same time, I don't support homosexuality, and if I were in the situation where I had to undress/shower/whatever in front of a homosexual individual.

Does that make me homophobic? Because the way I see it, if you claim you were born attracted to the same gender, who is to say I wasn't born to be uncomfortable with a person of the same gender being attracted to me? You can very easily make that argument, and yet for as much as people scold those who actually do hate homosexuality, there are homosexual people who equally hate those who are uncomfortable with it.

Tried to make that respectful as I could, and for the gay people out there, I hope you can understand that from my standpoint, there's no dislike, just disagreement.
It's okay to be uncomfortable. I'm uncomfortable with facial piercings, doesn't mean I think that people with them are bad people. Nobody said you had to be comfortable.

Not supporting it? That's where things get... I don't know, comical?

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