Just because…

I am hoping this doesn’t offend people, but after I literally said I didn’t want to be rude and assume something. I got told off for being rude? It was a weird situation…People are getting weirder…I swear.

Something I’ve noticed lately, from both side, one thing people will say is that people like Milo Yiannopoulos can’t possibly be a horrible person because he’s gay and he married a black man. Now personally, I think that makes him worse and his partner…well…quiet honestly, an idiot.

However, the whole point of this post is this.

Just because someone may be gay, POC, Jewish, a follower of God. Does not automatically make them a good person. Being straight, gay, POC, follower a religion, etc…Does not a a person make. What makes a person is their heart (metaphorically). I have known plenty of horrible gay people (for example, those lesbians who just HATE on trans-people). You take a look at those Latin or Black or Gay supporters for Trump. Why? He does nothing for them. I mean, he literally he is doing nothing for them. In fact, he seems to be making it harder for them to do anything, or even be recognised as human being.

6 thoughts on “Just because…

  1. I completely agree with you! Milo Yiannopoulos seems like a terrible person and marrying a black man and being gay doesn’t negate that. One necessarily has nothing to do with the other. I could ramble on about this…but I notice people think in life that certain people “get a pass” for perhaps for doing something that might “go against the grain” on what society THINKS that person should do. Like, “hey, you’re dating a *blank* person…even though you never tip your wait staff, cuss out customers at your job and never pick up your dog’s poop, you are a GREAT person for being so nice to date that person!” All sorts of things are wrong with that logic. It’s a flawed way of thinking and I wish people would stop it. Gay, Straight, white, black, American, Christian, whatever, you can still be a shitty person.

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