I used to not care about them either, but they slowly started becoming so outrageously public about their sex life infecting the news and making huge displays out of it, that now I actually dislike them.
sociableTim sociableTim
36-40, M
4 Responses Aug 21, 2014

I wouldn't go as far as to say I hate them but some are just so annoying its unbearable, if people want to have those type of relationships so be it, but they flip a ***** when anyone disagrees with them in any way what so ever and label them as a homophobe. And I have a lot of respect for the ones who are still masculine and dont act girly, like Neal Patrick Harris, when I watch how I met your mother the fact that hes gay doesent cross my mind. If gay people want to be seen as normal and not thought of as just a gay man or woman then acting like the appropriate gender wouldent hurt.

Well, I'm sorry to hear that you feel this way. Most actually aren't like that; it's true that you only really hear the loudest voices, the ones like those actors on "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" and stuff like that.

But anyway, it's not just the LGBT community that has become more vocal about their sex lives; it's the heterosexual community, too. It honestly has nothing to do with the sexual orientation of a person; it has to do with the openness of our society in discussing these things, so it's definitely not JUST an LGBT thing. However, your story leaves me with the connotation that you may have a separate issue hearing about LGBT sexual relations as if they were different from heterosexual relations, which, from my observations, are far more prevalent in today's news and media. I would like to hear what you have to say about this.

Best of luck.

Homosexuality is an abomination, and a crime against nature

I consider myself a ******. No public display. But have a need to be ****** and to serve in private.