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5̴̧͔̭͎̭̯̱̦̟͚͚̅́̂͜   Welcome to OneHallyu's LGBTQIA thread!     WANT TO BE ADDED? SAY SO IN YOUR POST.   ~The list~   _genic 25%Cotton 69ing

what the fuck is QIA? is there a need for all these random ass letters? it should just be LGB and I am NICE for including that B considering how bisexuality is a made up sexuality.

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There are some right-wing LGBT forums, you might want to ask there https://www.reddit.com/r/RightwingLGBT/

This. Generally speaking the overall political makeup of a queer community tends to reflect that of its region. If you live in a more conservative area, you're likely to be more easily accepted than if you say, live in Seattle. I'm kind of assuming you're an old school middle of the road fiscal republican. Obviously a fringe rightwinging teabagger is going to receive a poor reception from most queers who are out enough to be an active part of a queer community.

 

Even heavily left leaning large queer communities will have some amount of conservative members (most of whom probably being refugees from nearby conservative regions). Queers may tend to be left leaning (some communities much more so than others), but the actual extent of that is not as far left as the media hype would tell you, unless you're hanging out exclusively in the activist end of the community. Most queers aren't (for example) throwing around terms online like heteronormative, white or cis cis privilege, fat shaming, etc, though a decent amount probably know and are familiar with the terms.

 

So drawing examples from CA where I grew up, a fiscal republican would fit right into the queer community of say, Sacramento and even San Diego (to an extent). But they would also be able to find some amount of likeminded folks in SF or LA, even though those communities will be much more to the left as a whole. Outside those heavily involved with politics, most folks in the gay community are probably middle of the road democrats and would probably have more in common with a middle leaning fiscal republican than an ultra left wing vegan socialist animal rights activist.

 

Along with the right wing gay groups, most gay Christian groups will also tend to fall a little more to the right as well. And most communities of any notable size will likely have organized Christian groups, if you fall under that religion.

 

For the record, this is really only reflective of my personal experience in the areas I've lived, and I'm very liberal (i.e. Bernie Sanders not HRC).

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This. Generally speaking the overall political makeup of a queer community tends to reflect that of its region. If you live in a more conservative area, you're likely to be more easily accepted than if you say, live in Seattle. I'm kind of assuming you're an old school middle of the road fiscal republican. 

 

I'm actually center-left myself (like Bernie, Social-Democrat), but supporting LGBT rights for me, means to support even those I don't necessarily agree with politically. People have a sexual identity distinct from their political identity, and making people choose one or the other like this will have negative effects on their self-perception and mental health.

 

Beside, the sooner we have enough right-wing support, the sooner our orientation will stop being politicized. Gay is not the only thing about my identity, I have other characteristics, --some that I was born with, some values I grew up with, and some that I worked hard towards-- that make me, me. I'm sick and tired of LGBT rights being a wedge issue.

 

You probably meant kyngri, though, not me.

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I'm actually center-left myself (like Bernie, Social-Democrat), but supporting LGBT rights for me, means to support even those I don't necessarily agree with politically. People have a sexual identity distinct from their political identity, and making people choose one or the other like this will have negative effects on their self-perception and mental health.

 

Beside, the sooner we have enough right-wing support, the sooner our orientation will stop being politicized. Gay is not the only thing about my identity, I have other characteristics, --some that I was born with, some values I grew up with, and some that I worked hard towards-- that make me, me. I'm sick and tired of LGBT rights being a wedge issue.

 

You probably meant kyngri, though, not me.

Sorry I was being confusing, I meant to say that I agreed with your post, and then gone on to address the OP.

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WHY DO I ONLY LIKE STRAIGHT MEN.

 

I told a coworker a couple days ago i liked him, he said "im cool with everybody, but im not looking for a fling right now"

 

in my mind thats means he's open to the idea just not now.....that lingered in my head for couple a days

 

so he drove me home tonight and i asked him for clarity on what he said, he replies "that was my way of telling you im not gay."

 

WHY COULD'NT YOU JUST SAY YOU'RE NOT GAY?! im thinking youre bisexual, straight but curious, or hell even DL, but damn that open ended statement made me think he was down for it, and i was honestly gonna be a hoe and try him despite him saying pretty much No from the jump.

 

i even asked other ppl what his reply meant and they all collectively said something along the lines of "that doesnt sound like something a straight man would say"

 

the little hope i had shattered lmao warstarplz.png

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If you feel like you are questioning your gender identity and sexuality, feel free to find counsel in the lgbt+ community. You shouldn't worry if you fit into any of the labels at all.

 

It is official now that I am going to get sex change operation to become a women and I'm getting the operation in 2 weeks

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It is official now that I am going to get sex change operation to become a women and I'm getting the operation in 2 weeks

 

im so happy for you

 

my gf is soon starting her treatment with estrogen (i think its called)

 

 

I'm a lesbian female but I've always wanted to be a straight male. I really hate my female body. It's kind of ruining my sex life with my gf, since I hate my vagina and female body.

 

have you considerd that u might not be a woman

 

if u ever need to talk this forum is always open

 

im not that active here on onehallyu so idk if i can help..

 

but i get it, i have a femenine body and i often get alot of dysphoria, i identify as genderfluid

 

 

 

im vegan

 

I'm vegan

 

wait whut

 

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im so happy for you

Thank you very much and 2017.05.30 is the day I'm having my sex change operation. I so can't wait for it since it has been a dream of mine for a while. I am very lucky because my girlfriend since the 9th grade told me that she still accepts me even after the sex change.

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Thank you very much and 2017.05.30 is the day I'm having my sex change operation. I so can't wait for it since it has been a dream of mine for a while. I am very lucky because my girlfriend since the 9th grade told me that she still accepts me even after the sex change.

 

gahd this made my day

 

u put a smile on my face^^

 

i hope everything turns out great 

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hey everyone!! this may be late but idc. anyways i'm so happy this thread exists! i'm a cis female bisexual who generally leans more toward women/feminine people. it's nice seeing you lovely people! â¤

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Hey guys i just wanna tell everyone here that your sexuality and/or what you identify as is valid

 

You are valid, no matter what other people say

 

Have an awesome day 

 

 

 

 

does it count if i'm gay for certain people?

EXO

 

 

no

but it does count if you identify as maybe bisexual/pansexual or homoromantic or something like that

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Hey, I'm new, thought it would be okay to say something. I'm lesbian. :)

hello everyone! i'm a little bit curious about how do you guys feel about the queer theory? do you believe it or not?

 

Um, what's the queer theory? ._.

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hello everyone! i'm a little bit curious about how do you guys feel about the queer theory? do you believe it or not? 

kinda late but well lol

I think it's valid from the point where we are smart enough to not act based on instinct(?)

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Maybe its just the places I go to and people I run into but I feel like the gay community is very embracing of others and really warm and welcoming. I've been going to this gay bar in the city cause I love the atmosphere there and the vibe of the place and I've been compliments so many times. I'm nothing special, I'm an ordinary chubby guy. I've been called a cub and an otter on multiple occasions, guys tried to take my # but I politely told them that I am not interested.............I mean there is a small fraction of me that's like bi-curious and I'd be totally into being with a guy for a one time thing, but perhaps not now. 

 

Last weekend there was a local pride event in a neighborhood close to where I work and it was just really nice to see people embrace each other and celebrate who they are without any bigotry or prejudice. 

 

HAPPY PRIDE MONTH Y'ALL

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Hi everybody~

I came out as lesbian 2 years ago when I was 15 years old, so basically everyone that knows me is also aware of this and when I met new people for x reasons they eventually realise too. But this no problem at all, the thing is that there is one person who I can't/haven't tell I like girls, and he is my father. My mother knows tho, and she's very supportive, but he's the total opposite from this. He's a really homophobic man that constantly wishes bad to lgbt+ people (he laughed at the massacre of pulse...) so I have to stand all the bulls*** that comes from his mouth bc even tho we tell him that his thinking is wrong and shouldn't say those things he continous to do it.

Should I ignore his hatetrful comments (they're kinda starting to affect me) or come out to him and see if changes anything on his behaviour? (I don't think so but I want more POVs) 

Thanks! 

 

oh, pls add me on the list and happy pride month <3

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