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Do You Act Differently Around Gay / Lesbian People?
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22 / M / Takamagahara
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Posted 2/16/10
Hey Crunchy..Rollers

today, whilst I was at my girlfriends fashion show for our Year in School (Year 10) We came across her close friend, Gabriel.
We got along fine, all 3 of us, until he said "My boyfriend will be here soon"
Now, its human nature i was shocked. Sure, he looked like he could pull any girl on the west side of earth.

Now anyway, i felt bad, for thinking he was different, and after a while about talking about clothes (Yes, im a boy who likes clothes )

anyway, why is gay relationship prohibited in many countries? they cannot help it. Im straying here. my main question is.


Do you act differently around Gay / Lesbian people?


Dont be the hero and say no, unless you mean it.
I do, i have nothing against them, its just the fact its not something im used to.
And the fact i described them as people annoyed me a bit, they are the same as us.

Anyway.

Answer away!
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28 / F / Easter Island
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Guys, yes
Girls, no
Only the guys if they dress like females. But not the manly ones
I think it's gross. I always watch what I say around them. -_- I don't want it to look like
I 'HATE' them or anything. It's just different.
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22 / M / Takamagahara
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I get what you mean.
Its basically human Nature.
Posted 2/16/10 , edited 2/16/10
i actually have many gay/lesbian friends and they're actually funnier and more fun to talk to than a regular guy/girl.

i would only dislike someone who's gay when they try to touch my bum or smthin. oO
Posted 2/16/10
Er maybe with out realising it it is not my intention to do so. -__-

Posted 2/16/10
with the guys I watch what I say cause the smallest thing,like having a crush on the same guy as him [happened to me & my sister], something might happen

I hardly had friends who were lesbian cause I didn't want them asking me out or anything. I'd feel really uncomfortable after that.
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I don't think I would, my friend was bisexual for a period of time but I don't remember changing my attitude. We have fights and talk like we usually do.
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29 / M / In a basement..
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I just don't talk to them
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Sexual orientation matters little to me. My brother is gay and my girl is bi
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Lesbians: Only if they're coming on to me.. D: VERY uncomfortable. Haha.

Gay guys: Only if I know they're the type to go and bitch behind my back.. I keep my mouth shut then xD Mind, I do that with bitchy girls too....
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Well. It depends. Around people that I haven't met, I'm always a bit overcautious. I don't usually act like myself. I'm a bit uncomfortable in situations with new people. Anyway, I do have a couple of friends who have come out of the closet. I don't treat them any differently than I did beforehand, though. So I guess I don't.
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I act differently around straight people.
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44 / M / Brooklyn, New York
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I helped a closeted co-worker come out. Does that count?

If he was straight, I guess I wouldn't have asked a close gay friend of mine, "What's a good gay bar to take someone to for their first time? This guy has been hitting on me at work, even though he knows I have a girlfriend; What should I do?"

"Take him to The Boiler Room. It's a nice bar; not rough at all"

Hanging out in the East Village, barhopping with my close friends and girlfriend (now wife), I surprised my co-worker, "Let's stop at this bar. It's a gay bar."

"What!?!"

One of those memorable moments you never forget as long you live... When we entered the bar (only he and I entered, all my other friends chickened out and waited outside), he exclaimed, "OH MY GOD IT"S FULL OF MEN! "

I left him there (he wasn't leaving, if it was the end of the world) and continues bar hopping with the rest of my friends.

If he was straight, I would have treated him differently, right?



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21 / F / HOLLLLAAAAAA
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Posted 2/16/10
nopee:D still act the samee:DD
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116 / F / SMILY♥LAND
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Honestly, yes. It's a habit for me to act differently around someone "different" from me (looks, orientation, intelligence, etc.). I just try my best to get along with them so I act in a way they might find more likable like not making dumb jokes (XD).
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