百十五 (Hyaku-Juugo)

Today’s post will be short and to the point. I’m going to talk about a picture that has been circulated across the internet. In the picture there are 2 black men doing their daughters hair.

This picture has caused a S*** storm across the world. Why? I honestly think it’s not the fact that they are homosexual, but they are black. I don’t understand why it’s a problem. If the picture were of two men of a different ethnic background, it wouldn’t be a problem and the individuals that are judging, would think that it was cute. Some individuals don’t believe that black men or women are allowed to be homosexual. While growing up, I was taught all homosexuals were going to hell. One thing I remember from my preacher while growing up and when he talked about homosexuality was “God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.” I really didn’t know what it meant until I became an adult. When I left home for Basic Training I was very homophobic. During basic, I had a battle buddy that said that he was gay because he wanted to be discharged from the Army. All that did for me was solidify my homophobia. I didn’t get over my homophobic tendencies until I had a chance to sit down and talk to a person who was a homosexual. Having a chance to sit down with this individual opened my eyes to why this person was the way they were.

Individuals that choose to be homosexual are just like everyday people. Some homosexuals you would never know that they are unless they tell you they are. I didn’t believe that someone could be born a homosexual and I still don’t think that a person can be, but I do understand that some individuals that become homosexual become that way due to the fact that something happened to that person physically or mentally. Don’t stone me because I said that I don’t think that a person could be born that way. I’m no scientist so by me saying that I don’t personally believe that they could be born that way doesn’t mean that I am saying it’s wrong, it’s just my way of thinking. I have accepted the fact that people are going to do what they want and will continue to do love who they want. No one on this earth has the authority or shouldn’t judge another human being for what makes them happy. What’s crazy is that some individuals will accept two women kissing on each other but when two men do it they are totally disgusted? Why? Makes no sense at all. Hopefully we will start accepting each other as human beings and let people live the way they want. When this world does end and Judgement Day arrives, the Creator will be the judge and he will make the final decision on where they will spend eternity. The only person/people that we as human beings should be worried about is ourselves and the individuals we provide for.

About a 2 years ago I found out that 2 of my friends from high school were homosexual. Does that change my outlook on our friendship? No, it doesn’t. Why should it? I’ve always said that as long as they don’t come and try to mack on my then I’m fine, but that is still an ignorant way of thinking. So I have adjusted my outlook on the whole situation. If a homosexual man finds me attractive and lets me know that he is checking me out, I will kindly let him know that I am a heterosexual male and I am HAPPILY married with 2 beautiful daughters. Now if this person is persistent, like I was when I was laying all my game out on my wife, then I will then be rude and tell this individual to step off. I also asked myself that if one or both of my daughters tell me one day that they are homosexuals, will I love them any less? Of course not. They are my girls. I love them no matter who they choose to love or marry. That’s the outlook that we as americans should have, because it’s going to happen whether we like it or not. Instead of discriminating and segregating these people because of their gender preference we need to accept them so we can finally move forward as a country.

LETS MOVE AWAY FROM THIS

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LETS BE ADULTS AND ACCEPT THIS. IT’S NOT THAT HARD.

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5 thoughts on “百十五 (Hyaku-Juugo)

  1. lesbians who kiss in public are usually willing to kick your ass for staring. Homo’s flaunt it to the point of up-chucking. They weren’t born that way. They chose that life style! I wouldn’t be far off in saying they were either neglected at some point, or raped , etc. I can see them getting their there partner benefits. I am married and have that right, They don’t have a married rights day parade. They do have a gay rights parade. They flaunt it in your face and they are shoving their wanted rights down our throats. Just be and leave the rest of us out of it. So, says I.

  2. I am David’s wife and have to voice my opinion on this matter. I have two boys who are bi-racial being of black and white. I got married and now we are raising our son who is white. When I was younger and had my two boys It was great. I was in a bad situation, beaten almost to death by their father for trying to defend the way I felt. I had my third little boy 13 years later. And like I said he is white. I chose to have black children when I did. I would not trade them for anything. I said I would never get married until I found the fight man. Now here I am and the point I am trying to make is that you live and/or you love what or whom you have bonded with. I have this theory that gay people no matter what race or sex they are the take life every day that it is handed to them in stride. And it has only seemed like when I have had a bad day when I used to work at a couple of establishments when I was down and out some one / no one in general, used to make me actually smile to laughing my ass off. Now I don’t know how I would set an opinion on sex changes, but you do what you feel in your heart that makes you happy. You have to live your life. Really in general screw what anyone has to say. I am sure this whole world gets off on talking about other people. I try and teach our son that everyone is as equal as the other. Life is what you what you make it. And let me add that back when I had my oldest two boys… was talked about more than you think. My parents have never even seen my oldest and they are 25&26. I am a proud grandma of two. Be careful how you judge others, you might decide one day that you are choosing to be or should I say changing the way you feel about people and end up in a love triangle that you disagree with now.

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