What is the ONE THING that heterosexuals WON'T EVER understand about LBGT people?
The first thing that comes to mind is "please stop putting so much focus on genitals. They are not the be all and end all of the sexual experience." There are many other things that are currently tough to understand.
Nothing I can really think of personally. Its not that I dont understand it, at least not only that anyway, its just that I know I dont roll that way.
Simple. Theres nothing to "not get", its one of the millions of differences people have between each other. Why anyone seems to think its suck a worrisome problem is beyond me.
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