Bryan Wheeler

Columbus, OH

#1 Feb 26, 2013
There was a thread on here a couple weeks ago from some, redneck asshole, bashing all the gays in town. I personally think that they are great. I realize that some can be more flamboyant than others, but that's part of it.
Every gay guy I know has always been completely respectful of me and has never tried to come onto me. I think narrow mind, uneducated people, like so many in here, simply don't understand.
It's sad that homophobia is a real thing. I mean why would anyone, truly be afraid of a gay individual? I just feel that to be absolutely ridiculous. I feel we need to stop all this hate and start educateing people better and inform them, that homosexuality isn't a choice, something you can be taught, or something you can catch. You are born that way, plain and simple.
Like I said, I'm a straight guy and I don't mind hanging out with gay guys at all. Most of them are actually a lot of fun to hang out with and have a drink with. I wish people would realize that it's 2013 and its time to finally accept them and allow them the rights they so desperately desere as people.
People say that there are more gays now, than ever, due to society and media, glorifying it. I agree that, it is talked about more and because of that, society has become more accepting and gays have become more comfortable coming out. I don't think there are more gays than ever. There are just simply less people afraid to come out of the closet and be who they truly are. I think for many, many years, a lot of guys would live double lives and keep their homosexuality a secret. Now that its more accept, guys don't feel like they have to do that any more.
So to everyone out there who think its wrong, discussing, immoral or whatever. Just realize that they are still human beings, with hearts and souls, that didn't choose to be gay, anymore than you chose to be straight. With all the hate and tourment that so many endure, why would anyone choose that? You can change who you are, you are simply you! Embrace it and love bing who you are!
Hell yeah

Columbus, OH

#2 Feb 26, 2013
More people need to be like this! Well said man. Glad to see someone with some common since and not completely ignorant, rude or worthless haha.
butt

Circleville, OH

#3 Feb 26, 2013
Bryan Wheeler wrote:
Every gay guy I know has always been completely respectful of me and has never tried to come onto me.
I am by no means homophobic, but I don't think you've met enough gay men.
Bryan Wheeler

Columbus, OH

#4 Feb 26, 2013
butt wrote:
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I am by no means homophobic, but I don't think you've met enough gay men.
Why do you say that? I've met many in my 32 years. I guess I don't understand your statement.
Bryan Wheeler

Columbus, OH

#5 Feb 26, 2013
I've honestly never had one come onto me. I have had a couple tell me that they wished I was gay, or that I was cute and what have you. But I've never actually a guy make me uncomfortable before, or try to make out with me, or touch me inappropriateley.
raccad

Rochester, PA

#6 Feb 27, 2013
youtube.com/watch...
Its already Legal
Drum king

United States

#7 Feb 27, 2013
I too am straight guy and I have two gays friends, one of which is truly one of my best friends. I don't get why people want to give these guys such a hard time for being who they are. I can't really speak for all gay guys, but the two that I am friends with are some of the greatest guys you'd ever want to know and neither of them are your stereotypical gay guys. They are just like you and I, except they have different sexual preferences. Who gives a shit what they do in the bedroom, as long as their not trying to do shit with me, why should I or anyone else care. I honestly don't understand why people make such a huge deal about this, it really shouldn't even be an issue.

I also don't understand parents that say they would disown their sons if they came to them and told them they were gay! What an absolutely horrible thing that is! I truly feel for any kid that is faced with such a difficult thing within their own family. I can understand how a parent may not want that for their child but to disown them is completely unacceptable. Family should be the one place, no matter what, they can go to for support. If you can't even go to your own family, then who can you go to? Truly sad!
kendal

Logan, OH

#9 Feb 27, 2013
@Drum King and Bryan Wheeler. I agree with both of you 100%. A man of quality never lets another person threaten them even if the other person is gay or lesbian.

I am female and I can tell you that some of the most quality men I have met age gay. They've protected me and my reputation, bought me drinks at a bar, brought me out of severe depression and taught me a hell of a lot about happiness. This has been through out the 62 years I've lived. Some of these years were in other parts of the country, too.
A gay man was my best friend till he died from AIDS given to him by his cheating boyfriend. My children knew this man as Uncle Buddy. Buddy Smuck is a person I'll never forget. He was the one that helped me teach my children that gays are people with feelings, compassion and love just like any human beings with these traits. When Buddy died, my children sent him balloons with messages for him in heaven. Yes, heaven. Buddy was Christian and he knew God forgives when asked to forgive.

I don't know how a parent can disown their own child. I will never wrap my brain around that one. When you love your child, you love them with any character or flaws, as some may call gays. Your love for a child never goes away. That's what true love is. Simply put, family should always be true love forever. Something else my children were taught not just because my husband and I said it but, because they lived it in our family.

All of the lesbian women I've come to know lately are very mean and violent. This has been in the last 14 years. Seems like all these females want to do is kick someone's azz or beat the hell out of someone else, male or female. The lesbians I knew years ago were nothing like that. Maybe because I lived in another part of the country then. Circleville, Ohio has the meanest lesbians I've ever come to know. Just sayin'.
jackbog

West Union, OH

#10 Mar 4, 2013
Uncle Buddy flapped too much wang one night and then his wang flapped on out
James Bond

United States

#11 Mar 5, 2013
You know what they say....Friends are friends, pals are pals, buddies sleep together!
Anal Andy

Dublin, OH

#12 Mar 5, 2013
James Bond wrote:
You know what they say....Friends are friends, pals are pals, buddies sleep together!
amen to that.
Logan

United States

#13 Mar 7, 2013
I agree. Thanks for supporting us.
Hmmmm

Dublin, OH

#14 Mar 9, 2013
Nice thread.
backwards gaf

Richmond, KY

#16 Mar 9, 2013
Face the facts me and millions of others don;t want to look at the site of that crap buy an island hang up a welcome sign END OF STORY........

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