While the world may be finally changing for the better…. and the people in it may have become more accepting… there are still a few things that you shouldn’t ask or say to someone who is gay, transgender, bisexual or questioning. You would never meet someone is black and proceed to tell them that you have another black friend who you think would be a perfect match for them because well he’s black…. so why do people say this stuff to gay people all the time? Why is everyone so fascinated about if it hurts to take it in the ass!? Here are some questions you should probably just keep to yourself!
I Have a Gay Friend! Do You Want to go on a Date with Him?!
Listen it’s great and all to know that you have a gay friend… but I don’t want to be set up with them. Would you ever go up to a black person that you just met…. and tell them that you have a black friend…. and If that statement wasn’t bad enough… would you then proceed to try and set this person up with your black friend…. because since they’re both black they must be attracted to each other…right? Wrong, just because two people are gay.. does not mean that they are destined for each other. First off I have boyfriend so it’s pretty annoying meeting someone for the first time, and they proceed to try and set me up on a date with their gay friend before even asking me if i’m single. Secondly if I was single… I could find my own date; thank you very much and I certainly wouldn’t find my date from a perfect stranger! I understand that you are trying to be friendly; but seriously think about what you are saying before you word vomit. It’s offensive, plain and simple… seriously people just think before you fucking speak!
I Always Wanted a Gay Bestfriend, Can we be Besties!!?!
Woah there buddy we just met…. I’m not sure we are quite ready to be best friends just yet! This statement is almost as insulting as saying…. I always wanted a black friend. Seriously think about it for second…. you’re insinuating that being gay is different… and that a gay friend is different than a straight friend. What’s the difference? Why do you need a gay best friend? Why can’t you just say you always wanted a BEST FRIEND? Seriously forget the gay part; we all don’t spend our days shopping and trying on lipgloss. Honestly I hate shopping for other people; it’s one thing if i’m getting a cute outfit…. but I don’t want to pick out YOUR outfit. We are not all the same…. some of us would rather watch the football game, and others would rather dance around in high heels. Having a gay best friend… is no different than having a straight best friend (female or male)… so please if you ever see me in public…. don’t tell me you always wanted a gay best friend because honestly I don’t care.
When Exactly Did You Know You Were Gay?
Now this one is for people you just met; asking your friend of 5 years when he or she knew they were gay is a lot different than asking someone you just met. When I meet someone for the first time I try not to ask them what size tampon they use or if they shave their kitty or not…. because it’s a personal question. We were all born this way in short… haven’t you ever listened to Lady Gaga? So chances are that the same time you realized you were straight…. we realized we were gay. Seriously I’ve never asked someone when they realized they were straight because I figured like being gay it’s something you always kind of knew. Sure a lot of gay people don’t come out until they are much older… hell some even come out as Bisexual even when they are 100% gay. It’s not like one day we woke up and we’re like hmmm… maybe i’ll be gay for now on…. it’s actually more of an identity issue. It’s more of a how will my friends react or how will my parents react type of thing. I think that most of the LGBT community knew there so called “label” way before they actually tell people about it…. we were born this way and sometimes it just takes some of us longer than others to come to terms with our sexuality.
Doesn’t it Hurt? & How Do You Know You’re Gay?
I can’t even count the amount of times I have been asked about taking it in the ass. Seriously like…. why does it even matter? Sex can be a great thing; it can bring two souls closer to each other… if it hurts as much as people assume it does… do you really think we would continue to take it in the ass? I try not to ask people I just met if it hurt the first time their cherry was popped…. because A. it’s an obvious answer and B. who the fuck cares? Google male prostates and you will find your answer if you are so curious, but ask me in person and I will just make up some crazy story to amuse myself! Hell take it in the ass yourself if you’re so curious! BTW not all gay men have anal sex…. How does one know when they are gay you ask? Well this one is a little more obvious than the others…. its also probably the same answer to the question that is never asked…. how did you know you were straight? For a gay man…. my guess would be when you constantly are getting boners when you see a hot guy…. you know you’re gay. For a Lesbian chances are her vagina got wet when thinking about girls. Plain and simple…. we know we are gay the same way you know you’re straight!
Who is the Man and Who is the Woman!?
Whenever I am asked who is the man and who is the woman in my relationship I start to feel a little bit sick to my stomach. Considering that we are both males…. I would assume that we both are the men in the relationship. There is no woman in a gay mans relationship… and there is no man in a lesbian relationship. We are both just…. the same gender. Sure maybe one of us is more manly than the other; but just because he is more manly doesn’t even mean that he’s the bottom in the relationship. So what are you really asking? Seriously… what the fuck are you trying to ask? If you are trying to ask us who takes it up the ass… why don’t you first tell me about your sex life? If i’m close friends with someone…. chances are they already know my sexual preferences in bed… so if you don’t… it’s probably because we aren’t as close as you think… or I just met you. There is no man or woman in a gay mans relationship… we are both just men plain and simple. Just because one person is more fem than the other…. doesn’t mean that he is the one who takes it in the ass. Now you know… so please stop asking.