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100+ Outrageous LGBT Google Questions

Updated on September 14, 2019
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Krzysztof is a 10+ year YouTube researcher who spends hours researching, analyzing, and uncovering YouTube trends, challenges, and media.


Outrageous Google Questions About the LGBT

Are you ready to see the 100 most ridiculous Google questions about homosexuality and the LGBT community?

That's right, discover how the world really feels about gay and lesbian rights despite the legalization of gay marriage in the United States.

Below is a tiny fragment of what's to come, so take a good look and see what everybody is asking when it comes to homosexual relations.

  1. Are gay families stable
  2. Are gay guys allowed to donate blood
  3. Are gay normal
  4. Can gay be cured
  5. Should gay marriage be allowed
  6. Should gay couples be allowed to adopt
  7. Should gay families be allowed to adopt
  8. Should I kill my gay son
  9. Should we support gay rights
  10. Are gay rights legal

Yep, that's what people are searching for on Google. Despite our alleged progression with equal rights and legalization, there are many question marks that detract from it.

In fact there are 90 more queries that individuals have googled pertaining to LGBT rights.

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Are gay and bisexual the same thing
Are gay and homosexual the same thing
Are gay and transgender the same
Are gay bars dying
Are gay couples faithful
Are fish gay
Are footballers gay
Are gay guys attracted to themselves
What are gay holidays
Are inmates gay

The LGBT Community

There were a bunch of questions regarding differences relating to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community.

The questions aren't silly if you're completely unfamiliar with these terms, but I also believe there's still a ton of confusion for those who've heard about LGBT or gay rights.

Other questions asked try to typecast specific people, which is just foolish. The most unusual question is about self attraction, which I suppose could be categorized as narcissism, but that extends far beyond the gay community.

What are gay jobs
Are lions gay
How gay are one direction
Are gay parents better than straight
Are gay teachers allowed to teach
Should gay teachers be fired
Are gay thoughts normal
Are gay voices natural
What does a gay voice sound like
Why gay effeminate

Homosexual Stereotypes

I've seen so many questions addressing the "gay voice", which some call effeminate. I realize that it's a common stereotype among homosexual men, but that doesn't justify asking those questions.

Many inquiries I've come across are blatant stereotypes, which means that people still can't shake off decades old assumptions about the gay populace.

We've already witnessed numerous portrayals of LGBT members who have fought against those stereotypes, but the lack of knowledge continues to live on.

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Can a gay person become straight
Can a gay person go to heaven
Can gay brothers marry
Can gay feelings go away
Can gay have aids
Can gay love last
Can gay become normal again
Can only gay guys get aids
Can gay virgins get hiv
Can homosexual acts be forgiven
Should homosexuality be a birth defect
Should homosexuality be a mental illness
Can homosexuality cause aids
Can homosexuality cause depression
Can gay guys whistle
Can gay guys just be friends
Can gay guys get chlamydia
Can gay have baby
Can gay couples have babies
Can gay reproduce baby

AIDS and Homosexuality

Sadly there are still too many questions linking homosexuality with HIV/AIDS despite scientific evidence that disproves the "gay disease" coined in the 1980's.

People are also intrigued about gay couples and babies. Can they have them and can they reproduce. Have people forgotten about medical science and what we're capable of nowadays?

I think so because they wouldn't be asking those questions if they knew otherwise.

There are a few more offensive questions in this set concerning mental illness and defects that are probably more disgusting than dumb Google searches.

Can gay donate organs
Can gay donate sperm
Can gay couples elope
Can gay exs be friends
Can gay fall in love with a girl
Can gay guys join sororities
Can gay join boy scouts
Can gay marriage be reversed
Can a homosexual be a christian
Can homosexual couples be good parents
Can a homosexual receive communion
Should gay be legalized
Should gay marriage be encouraged
Should gay have equal rights
What do gay couples do
What do gay guys think about
What does gay kissing feel like
What does gay look like
What do gay best friends do
Should gay athletes come out

Gay Equal Rights

Oh I bet a lot of ultra conservatives and very religious groups have asked these questions about who should have equal rights.

Even if you're against gay people, you should still believe in human rights. If you believe in human rights, then yes everyone should be allowed to have equal rights.

And if everyone has equal rights, then why would you question whether or not some people are allowed to donate organs or be a homosexual christian.

It's a matter or human principle over personal preference.

Should gay guys use condoms
Should gay guys shave
Should gay couples wear condoms
How gay should your husband be
What does a gay dream mean
What kind of underwear do gay guys wear
What kind of cars do gay guys drive
What do gay guys use gerbils for
What do gay guys wear
What do lesbian brides wear
What do lesbian couples fight about
How gay can someone be
How gay do I look
How gay do I sound
How gay is your name
How gay are v necks
Why gay so promiscuous
Why gay want to get married
Is gay a disease
Is gay a sin

Am I Gay?

This time the questions shift back from social to individual. The term "gay" is used loosely with physical appearances, outfits, mannerisms, body language, and speaking voice all being taken into consideration.

Stereotypes again shine in this group of Google questions and vanity is king. When everything you do is questioned, then it becomes a cry for help.

Oh and apparently there are certain cars homosexuals drive compared to heterosexuals.

I had no idea; oh yeah that's because it's an idiotic question (how fitting).

Is gay bashing a hate crime
Is gay contagious
Is gay discrimination illegal
Is gay evil
Is gay the worst sin
Is gay wrong
Is yoga gay
Is gay in the dictionary
Is gay divorce legal
Why gay marriage is wrong

Gay Marriage is Wrong

Number 100 was more of a statement than a question, but it still speaks volumes about current ideologies regarding gay marriage.

The other components such as sin, immorality, evil, and behaving ungodly apply when it comes to disallowing homosexual relationships and marriage. The bottom line is that there's still a massive split regarding gay people on nearly every level.

The thing about Google is that it's a global search engine, so people's views on certain issues vary drastically by location. Not every question asked is stupid but that depends on a variety of factors including religion and education.

I'd be willing to give a pass to those who don't understand, but with so many disparaging human rights questions, I don't think the ignorance card can be played here.

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    • Chriswillman90 profile imageAUTHOR

      Krzysztof Willman 

      5 years ago from Parlin, New Jersey

      Considering officials warned gay men about blood donations during recent shootings in the US, I have to believe it. The whole ideas about it are crazy but people are still terrified of what could be. I'm not sure what they wait has to do with anything if it's a viral disease we're talking about (guessing HIV), they'll have it a year ago. Waiting won't help.

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      5 years ago

      Just saying: if gay men are allowed to donate blood is actually a good question, because in most countries they aren't. Or more specifically: men who have sex with men aren't allowed to donate blood. You can lie about it most of the time of course, but that's not the point. In most countries there is a law that if you haven't had sex with a man in say, a year (or 20) you can donate blood, but otherwise not. Which is completely ridiculous and out-dated, but I hope I don't have to tell you why.

    • Chriswillman90 profile imageAUTHOR

      Krzysztof Willman 

      6 years ago from Parlin, New Jersey

      Well said. It makes me laugh when I hear statements from the ignorant few who lack an ounce of comprehension. It also makes me worry about our and our children's future.

    • Chriswillman90 profile imageAUTHOR

      Krzysztof Willman 

      6 years ago from Parlin, New Jersey

      It's silly to think that violence will promise anything, but it's probably those same ideas that have fueled a bunch of these thoughtless questions. So called spiritualist believers are only fooling themselves when indirectly spitting in the face of God.

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      Kiss andTales 

      6 years ago

      Why do people think everything is resolved by violence? that is not the way to follow Jesus footsteps, the whole point

      is in all the things we do and say and how we live should reflect what is right in all things to our God and Father , we do not owe another human this honor, but we are to show that love and honor to the best of our ability while we are using the body he granted and Maybe it is not perfect because of Inherit sin from Adam , but soon that will all change.

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      6 years ago from Hull, East Yorkshire

      The one that leaves me scratching my head is those who say being gay should be banned. Of course that will work. It's not like people will break the law or anything.

      If you want to find out who these people who want being gay banned then just check their knuckles for drag marks.

    • Chriswillman90 profile imageAUTHOR

      Krzysztof Willman 

      6 years ago from Parlin, New Jersey

      Great point and yes it's the source that matters most. Where does it begin and where does it come from? Opinions are gradually shifting about it and we've become more tolerant overall but the negatives clearly still exist.

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      Kiss andTales 

      6 years ago

      Like a book with different covers , what does the book really contain insisde.

      individually each person is unique.

      I do not want to judge people based on their personal choices because we are responsible for our own.

      who are we responsible to ?

      The one who made our existence possible.

      Like someone who loan you their vehicle

      they trust you will take good care of it as they would, you would not mistreat the vehicle by driving recously in traffic or speed under dangerous conditions like ice.

      you would take care of what was intrusted to you so that you could again in the future recieve the same honor if needed.

      the point is we are given human life as a honor as well , we are to care and use our

      bodies in a way that glorify our creator

      if something if our bodies containing our life force should blow out like a candle with a flame, would he happly return the flame.

      If we misuse and disregard his feelings and instructions . Then we set a course

      of future a decision that rest with him.

    • BigBlue54 profile image


      6 years ago from Hull, East Yorkshire

      Though we should be concerned that people are asking these question, I think the bigger worry is who is putting these ideas into people's heads. Those people are the real worry.


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