I have absolutely nothing against those people who are homosexual or have any other sexuality other than straight. By all means, please, proceed to live your life in the lifestyle that you choose.
What does bother me, though, is when a majority of these people claim to want to be treated as normal people, i.e. straight people. But you don’t see straight people throwing parades in celebration of being straight; you just don’t. If they wanted to be treated normal, they would continue their lives like a normal person. That means no parades exclaiming their happiness in pursuing their sexuality and no PDA.
Now, I understand that straight people often execute PDA. When I speak of PDA, I’m NOT including hold hands, or a quick peck hello/goodbye. I feel those are normal and accepted. Those ‘normal’ people who perform extreme PDA in public tend to be trashy or looked down upon by others.
I have seen countless examples of homosexuals participating in DNA and they get praise of how cute and admirable it is that they are able to embrace their sexuality and feelings for another, regardless of sex and what people think, in public. It’s not cute. There’s a time and place for affection. If it’s looked down upon when straight people perform PDA, then I’m going to look down on homosexuals who choose to perform PDA when they preach they wanted to be treated normally? A person’s love life is private and is concern for those involved only. The whole word does not need to be involved in your affair.
I apologize in advance for any spelling mistakes, and my many grammatical errors.
Absolutely nothing against homosexuals, just practice what you preach.