gay bad because my mom said so

  1. My Vietnamese mum genuinely thinks that gay men are evil. I asked her why and she said in Vietnamese, VERBATIM “They can’t have normal sex, they have to have butt sex. That’s dirty, I can’t agree with that bad lifestyle”.

  2. Back when she ran England, Queen Victoria made a law outlawing gay male sex. When asked why the law didn't cover women, she said "Ladies don't do that sort of thing."

  3. You'd be surprised how common that belief actually is. In the bible, a lot of texts that are supposedly anti-gay are actually against anal sex, both for homosexual and heterosexual couples. Over time, however, these anti-anal beliefs have become nearly synonymous with homophobia.

  4. I have a Vietnamese mom that’s on edge racist towards Cambodians and hate how I’m turning darker from being in the sun. She keeps commenting how I’m going to look Cambodian lmao

  5. I’ll never forget my mom’s eye opening moment when I finally just had to tell her bluntly “you know we wash it, right? It’s just another thing to clean like brushing your teeth”

  6. My Catholic grandmother is supportive of my gay cousin, but she can't quite comprehend lesbians. "Because who's going to work?"

  7. Not really they all build off eachother. It would be more like saying "I hate Fords, I hate Jim's Ford dealership, I hate the Ford Taurus I bought from there" as each goes more into the other just as lesbian is part of being gay and being gay is part of LGBTQIAP+

  8. In all seriousness, this actually is a real problem in the political or even semi-political views of some young people. People are afraid to question the ideas with which they were brought up. I suspect that’s the same thing behind the people on troper tales who had a weird sense of selfrighteousness over not liking rap as much as everyone else.

  9. I feel you. I was also this way. Parents had me believe these things were evil and so, in some weird way of trying to please them, I internalized it too. They still have their biases, but I've since wisened up, but I regret the times I was rude about it online and to other people.

  10. From an early age, Herman Carter understood the human psyche. To analyse and de-construct something as powerful as the brain intrigued him. He was an apt pupil and gained the attention of his teachers. He excelled in high-school and was published in "Partisan" — a psychology gazette. Within a year, Carter was fast-tracked into Yale's advanced neuroscience programme, really a front for the CIA. Brainpower is a must if you're about to conquer the world and demolish foes across the pond. The CIA understood this, so interrogation and intelligence became their number one priority. All they needed were brilliant people — like Carter. Carter and other top-tier recruits were transferred off-campus and into a secret black site facility in Illinois known as Léry's Memorial Institute. A protégé craves a mentor, and that's where Dr Otto Stamper stepped in, who taught Carter that information is everything and knowledge is power. He was given all instruments needed, a guiding hand, and more or less everything he asked for. He never realised that sunlight had started to become so scarce, that he too was kept in the dark. Because knowledge doesn't only give you power, it also transforms you into a threat. To extract information was his mission. Dr Stamper encouraged Carter to go further and not to consider this a normal medical facility — no eyes were watching them, there were no rules to abide. The agency just pointed Carter in the right direction, then he started to take a few steps back as he saw how Carter could walk on his own. Docile test subjects were exchanged for real, live spies. People that played a role in the troubles outside the facility. Carter shouldered this new role — Project Awakening took form, and on paper Carter described it as "experimental interrogation". It was approved and over a few months, nobody knocked on his door. Screams and moans filled the corridor outside his lab, but wars skew people and what they accept — as long as the enemy is kept at bay. The fluorescent lights flickered more and more often. Electro-convulsive Treatment became a standard dish on the menu. Prisoners held at the facility begged the guards to take them to any other lab but Carter's. Rumours were disregarded in the beginning. Over the years, Carter became known as The Doctor and no one ever questioned if he had even held a medical certificate or even what happened to the prisoners after they had given up their information. It was only after the Léry's Memorial Institute went silent for a week that they finally uncovered the true horror of what had happened there. Carter's experimental information extraction had turned to horrific and bizarre torture. Patients and prisoners were found dead or in vegetative states with all types of head trauma. In his office, they found the most terrible discovery of all. Dr Stamper himself, his head peeled open and an array of electrodes and sensors inserted into his still working, but annihilated brain. There was no sign of Herman "The Doctor" Carter, but his research papers suggested that he had been using the prisoners as part of awful ECT experiments as he searched for the panacea of mind control. The government didn't want to know. The black site was condemned and all knowledge of the Léry's Memorial Institute redacted forever.

  11. That poll is about like a typical askreddit thread: asks what "good" thing is bad, then lists only bad things that are bad...

  12. it no good to be gay 🤬🤬🙄🙄🙄😒😒😒👺👺👺👹👹👹👻👻👻💀💀💀🙈🙈🙈🙈

  13. Vaping (it’s still dangerous)? What?? It’s vaping, it’s not something that will get less dangerous over time. It’s also not a good thing that is actually evil, it’s just a bad thing haha

  14. I like the idea that he’s not saying “and racism” is bad. I like the idea that he just ends everything he says with “And racism” 😂

  15. Who says “toxic positivity” is good? It literally has toxic in the name. And I have definitely never heard anyone call modern politics good lol.

  16. Probably going to get a lot of hate but! Theres definitely an argument to LGBT having some harm especially when it comes to youths

  17. At least there's a decent chance when Joe grows older he'll shed his indoctrination into bigotry.

  18. So it's not okay to hate someone because of the colour of their skin, but it is okay to hate someone because of who they love/find attractive?

  19. I am very disappointed in you people. I scrolled through the comments and I haven’t seen one single Joe mama joke

  20. Am I supposed to ridicule him? The kid is getting brain washed by his parents. I don't understand why ur blaming the kid for his opinion

  21. "Pride bad" why the fuck he's mom thinks pride is bad, why i can't have pride of my fortnite 19 dollars card?

  22. As someone who is bi, I think Pride Month has gotten to a point where it does more harm than good. It should be about accepting the fact other people love different people - namely those of the same sex. That's how it started - at least that was the argument used. But it's become about sex. Just scandalous, animalistic, public sex. Why?

  23. I mean, if you look at the activists, then yes. The LGBTQAIIP+ community looks very degenerate and hateful.

  24. I don't know what's worse: the fact that he thinks that lgbtq+ is bad because his mom said so, or that two people liked his comment.

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