- Gender and Relationships
Homophobia The Truth
The truth about homophobia, is that the bigoted people are so scared that they might be gay, or are unsure of their own sexuality that they have to be defensive and attack gay people. Fanatically obsessed with gay people, you will find that all they think about is gay people and calling them names and labels that are completely destructive to the victim.
They even attack with physical violence not just verbal and its quite rare that it is one on their own, they usually incite others to join in because they are so brave with an audience. Many of us gay people have at some point encountered homophobia from people, I have on more than one occasion and been severely injured and in hospital more times than enough but now I just don’t care and I will fight back for my right to be human and gay, that so many marched for in the generations before us.
Some people encounter homophobia in the work place for example and at school even on the street and yet, normal heterosexual people don’t care if we are gay or not as long as we remember they don’t want it pushed down their throats. Im not saying that all gay people who are attacked are innocent because sometimes a gay person can go a bit too far we are not all saints and innocents but it just narrow minded people who are the masterminds to homophobia because they believe that we are some kind of disease that needs to be eradicated, yet I have a hub called Denial and you may find that some of these homophobics are gay themselves and in the denial stage as they cannot come out because of family issues or self acceptance problems.
And yet some people are just born nasty and evil (look at hitler) and they just want power over others and to destroy someone inside will make them feel powerful when they probably have insecurity issues and other problems.
The day will come when homophobia will be eradicated and people will be safe to be what ever gender they want to be and prejudices will be a thing of the past, and life will be so much easier to live.