Gay. Marriage. Depression. Sex.
A few things in my life. I am gay (well, bisexual to be technical). I am married, to a man. Just happened that way. I wasn’t particularly looking for a man, I could have ended up with a woman. But it just ended up that way. That’s ok, too. Depression, well, I’ve talked about that one before. And Sex. I LOVE sex. Who doesn’t?
Anyway, gay marriage. Let’s put those together. GAY MARRIAGE. In my mind, this is a beautiful thing. 2 people meeting, finding love, and starting a life together. To some, it’s repulsive. Why? Because it’s so misunderstood, religion, ignorance, lack of education, change, something new…
Why do I see gay marriage this way? Because 1) I’m gay. 2) I think if you have to fight for something, you appreciate it more. You are fighting against society. You have to really FIGHT and take abuse in order to continue being yourself and loving someone.
Family. GAY MARRIAGES having CHILDREN together. A man and a man biologically cannot have child together. A woman and a woman biologically cannot have a child together. Does this mean they can’t have children? No! There are other ways to have a baby. And these ways are beautiful. These people have to work so hard for what they want in life. Again, this is wonderful, and almost brings tears to my eyes to see something so beautiful.
Depression. Many people already suffer from depression, but imagine this: A gay man is married to a woman, and has a couple of kids. Every day, he has to lie to himself. Force himself to sleep with someone who he doesn’t find attractive, and in some cases – finds disgusting. Sexually, he is not satisfied by her. Physically, he is missing a part of himself. Is this right? In my mind, no. He is wasting his life, pretending to be someone he is not. So, depression sets in. Does he leave his family to be himself? Does he stay and live out a life that is a lie?
Sex. Woman on woman, man on man, woman and man. What is right? Why? We are in a civilization where people can BE HAPPY. People get uncomfortable when we talk about gay sex. Why? Picture: A woman and a man having sex. Great, right? Now a woman on a woman: Men and women alike seem to be fine with this as well. Now, a man and a man having sex: For me, I think it’s fine too – no change in feelings. For some people, this is unacceptable, and makes them cringe. Why? To be, again, all sex is beautiful.
It’s an ugly word with many meanings. Let’s stay on topic and talk about gay marriage. The entire gay community has been discriminated against for as long as there were open gays in the world. Now, why? I have a theory. I see my gay friends, myself included, and I see different personalities. I think society has a problem with the more flamboyant gays. Ones that like to advertise themselves, as well as being gay. They like to talk about gay sex in front of straight people to get a rise out of them. They like to say ‘spread awareness’. But, would any other combination of a couple talk about their bedroom life so openly? Some would, of course. But, because the gay community has to fight so hard for what they want, it sometimes seems like they try too hard. Good intentions, gone bad, I think.
I like talking about sex just as much as anyone, and will openly answer any questions anyone has. Maybe not everyone would do that, but I don’t advertise my bedroom life, nor would I think my partners would appreciate that. Since I am married, I only have one sex partner, but that wasn’t so in the past. And I can honestly say, I don’t think any of them would like me talking what we have done in the past without their permission, or unless they were there.
As a close to this thought I had today, I want to point out, there are bad eggs in every genre of people. Just because someone is gay doesn’t mean they are a bad person, or a bad mom/dad. It doesn’t mean they are going to hurt someone or not do well in school. It doesn’t mean they can’t love. And it doesn’t mean they can’t be happy. It means they are different. And as a society, I hope we grow to accept all differences in this world.
STOP THE BULLYING! STOP THE HATE! STOP THE DISCRIMINATION. We all want to be loved and acknowledged. And here’s a funny video as thanks for reading my thoughts today.
I don’t see how gay people marrying affects me or anyone else. So I don’t see that it’s my business to protest against it, even if I wanted to, which I don’t!!
In some cultures, people believe that by ‘letting’ gay people be together, it is tarnishing the human race. Making it disgusting, and it’s wrong. Some people also tie together being gay with being a pedophile. I disagree with this. Some people also believe that being gay means you have more of a chance to molest or sexually abuse another person.
For example, some cultures (or individual people) believe that gay people should not lead Boy Scouts because they have an interest in molesting little boys. Again, I see this an invalid point.
Also, some cultures believe ‘letting’ gay people adopt children is repulsive, and the parents will raise the child to be gay. I again, disagree. My parents are both straight, and I am not. I don’t believe this is a choice, it’s just something that defines a part of who you are. Most people I know, actually aren’t aware that I am bisexual. Why does it matter if I am? I’m still me. It doesn’t define every choice I make in life.
I think the problem is the people who flamboyantly advertise their sex life to the world. Whether they are straight or gay. Unfortunately, the ‘shock’ factor of how gay people have sex is what gets to the straight people – it bothers them, and so the gay people do it more, making a scene. This is the reason I don’t support pride.
Anyway, *end rant*. 🙂