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ANYWAY I don’t want to start dating, or actively meeting people for the purpose of finding love. I just realized I’m not doing anything about it because it sounds like a pain in the ass. I don’t want to try very hard for negligible results and resulting hurt feelings. A waste of energy, really. And a downer
Recogniz[e] that coming out can be different for people who are nonmonosexual than it is for lesbian/gay people. Because nonmonosexuality is invisibilized/ delegitimized, nonmonosexual people usually have to come out over and over. Often, after we come out, we also have to convince someone that we are nonmonosexual, and not “confused.”
gay and lesbian people on the other hand only have to come out one single time, and are never disbelieved, argued with, delegitimized, or called confused! science fact.
you know, before you presume to educate gay people on the difference between their experience and yours, maybe you should make sure you’re not fundamentally ignorant of theirs.
Yet again, Tumblr sj makes the bold, revolutionary, and antiracist discovery that Jewish people are all wealthy, never face prejudice, and have vast influence in government, media, and the economy. Tumblr naturally feels proud of itself for such an unusual finding, which is of course not at all based on old as balls bigotry—after all, Tumblr sj is very vocal about being opposed to relying on bigoted stereotypes, and always calls such attitudes out.
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