Thursday, 21 October 2010

"Why don't you do something about it?"

By complete co incidence yesterday I happened to be wearing purple. Not all purple just a purple t shirt. And I was informed that I was supporting "The deaths of gay people" by doing this

Now i'd be a liar if I were to say i'm not a little bit homo phobic. I don't hate them or anything, but gay guys are just strange to me, I don't know why. I have gay friends, and i'm ok with it though.

Now it's this whole "LETS WEAR PURPLE TO OPPOSE STRAIGHTNESS YES" that is really starting to fuck me off

I do not see a point in Spirit day, and especially gay pride, it's a fucking waste of money, and don't try to tell me "It's the same as a band Parade" I hate them too but at least some of them are commemorating the history of this country

This is more towards the gay community here because I know in other places especially America. I'm sure as a gay community you want perhaps legal marriage, legal to adopt children and that?

Then fucking do something about it instead of marching round the streets one day a week dressed like fucking assholes and drag queens, you're supposed to be coming off as normal human beings for christ sakes, and wearing purple to oppose your oppressors. And stop this whole "Lol straight people suck" bullshit, if your saying that you aren't gay, you're a wanker.

So conclusion: Wankers, stop pretending to be gay. Gay people: If you want to be accepted as normal, do something about it that isn't dressing up like a peacock.


  1. Great read! Very interessting article!
    being gay is ok, you shuoldnt be ashamed

  2. totally agree. wearing a t-shirt is too insignificant

  3. The purple wearing was not to appose straight people. It was more for remembering the people who killed themselves after troubles with assholes because they were gay. If people expressed anti straightness while wearing purple, then that's their problem.

  4. The purple isn't to oppose straight people , it was just a way to show support man

  5. Advertising? You getting revenue from this?

    Anyway, regardless of what people label themselves as or believe they are I don't see the need to flaunt it in people's faces. I see no parade for straight people.

    Equality for all, don't segregate yourselves from other people by having an "us against them" mentallity. Just get on with life whether you're straight, gay, made of pineapples, a dolphin, whatever.

  6. Funny stuff mate! I wish people would stop claiming colors!