Ay take it from me boys.
I have been that guy. So socially ostracized and alone.
There was once a time that a whole village was non-sympatiko to me.
Now there is one kind of ostracism all people of poor pathetic upbringing dread…
That ostracism brought about by a kind of thought. That ostracism brought about as people mistakenly think someone’s a fag.
Well, before we deal about coping with the situation, let’s clear a certain itsy bitsy fact first:
BEING A FAG IS NOT FUCKING WRONG.
Now that that’s cleared let’s go back to the dilemma that I assume some really straight boys are sufferin’ from:
that people might be thinking they’re gay.
You see, it’s not really what they think that makes us crazy but what they do as a consequence of that thinking.
We may be thinking in our heads that we wanna kill someone but as long as we’re not bringing that to reality, society won’t stir.
But the moment you stuck that serrated blade down the neck of your enemy, that’s when society would go berserk calling you names you never dreamed of.
That’s were we enter. Here’s what you need to do and tell yourself:
5. Evaluate why they think that way.
Remember that society and all normal people categorizes consciously and subconsciously everything under the sun. That means they fit any straight guy they know in a ‘tray’ of straight guys that exhibit the same behavior. Think to yourself what these certain behaviors are and why is it that people think you don’t seem to be doing it. In cases like this, you need a trusted friend to tell you the honest truth. Maybe it’s in the way you speak. The tone of your voice. We don’t know. You should know that most people don’t have a hard time trying to fit in these trays because they are happy changing what they do to fit.
Nota bene: You should know that gender expression is different from gender identity. You should learn to be confident about your sexuality and not let people tell you how to be yourself or how to be straight.
Maybe people are just misinterpreting your lack of confidence into something homosexual. Maybe you stammer a lot. Maybe you hunch when you walk. Maybe the lack of confidence is too much that people are already thinking that you may be hiding something.
Nota bene: Homosexuality is not about loss of confidence. Don’t think that bringing confidence to homosexuals would make them straight. That’s pathetic and arrogant.
3. Don’t hate the gays.
Hey, if they are happy with being out then why should you dowse that just because people think you’re one of them.
Hatred often times translate to envy dears. We always hate people who can do what we can’t do.
On the other hand, maybe you really are gay and you just can’t accept it so you invent this silly scenario where you are the victim when in fact you’re just at war with your sexuality. In that case, don’t hate yourself.
2. Educate yourself.
Maybe this time you should really learn SOGI. You can always explain to people why they shouldn’t think that way. But you have to check item no. 3 first.
1. Love yourself.
As you discover who you really are and when you’ve found out what that is.. whether you’re straight or gay it doesn’t matter. What matter sis that you should love yourself. Don’t die in a cage of society morals you can’t even justify or explain.
There’s too much idea in this world and it’s your duty to be able to tell chaff from the grain.
Remember that as much as morals have to be holy, they must also be realistic.
The best way to complement this item is to check item no. 2…very well. So that’s it…hope you have a wonderful life living a little more realistic.