Your daily fix for gay and lesbian kissing. XD
I basically created this challenge for those who want a better understand of the LGBTQA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, asexual) community, and for those who are actually up for educating themselves further to explain their current thoughts on such related issues.
I ask that if you are 100% anti-LGBTQA and have no intention of changing your views for the greater good, then please do not take this challenge as we do not need you spreading around your hatred to those who actually are in the community or know someone who is and support them.
There’s no need to go around offending people on purpose, so please just pass this by if you come across it on your dash. This is not a demand, and of course I cannot make you, but please, if you know all you’re going to end up doing is hurting someone with your honest answers to the following - just don’t do this challenge.
Please and thank you!
- Day 1: Is it a choice? Do or do you not believe that those who are a part of the LGBTQA community chose that place for themselves? Explain your answer.
- Day 2: Has anyone ever come out to you, and how did you take it? If not, how do you think you would take it (ie. were it, a close friend, relative, neighbour). (For those who are part of LGBTQA, if you have come out, how was it received, and if your not out yet, how do you think it will be when/if you do?)
- Day 3: Bisexuality - Does it exist? Explain your answer.
- Day 4: If a baby boy is born without the usual male genitalia, or it is malformed, does that make him any less of a boy? Same with a girl, born with genitalia you would usually find on a male. Is she any less of a girl? Explain your answer.
- Day 5: Regarding Day 4’s question, what are your thoughts on those who are transgender? Is it possible to be male born in a female body and vice versa?
- Day 6: If you had a child come out to you as being in the LGBTQA community, or already do, how would you/did you react to that.
- Day 7: Are or were you ever ashamed of your sexuality, or who you are as a person in regards to your thoughts on the LGBTQA community?
- Day 8: If there were a serum out there that would make you (if you are a part of the LGBTQA) community or your child, like the majority of society, would you take it/give it to them? (Ex. If you have a son who is gay, and has told you so at a young age, would you take him to get this serum to make him heterosexual?) Explain your answer.
- Day 9: Pride - Yay or Nay?
- Day 10: Name a celebrity you like who is part of the LGBTQA that you wish wasn’t, and why you wish they weren’t.
- Day 11: Treat others the way you would like to be treated. If the world were reversed, and those of the LGBTQA community were the majority and heterosexuals were the minority, do you feel its right to be treated as the LGBTQA community is currently?
- Day 12: Dyke. Faggot. Queer. Fairy. Do these words offend you? Have you ever used them in reference to someone of the the LGBTQA community.
- Day 13: People claim to be ex-gay. Do you believe that being LGBTQA can be cured through re-training your thought pattern or is it something engrained?
- Day 14: Is there anything wrong with showing affection to friends of the same-sex?
- Day 15: If you ever thought (or still do to some degree) being gay (or any part of the LGBTQA community) was wrong, because of religion, could you now come up with a reason to disprove this thought pattern that has nothing whatsoever to do with religion or the Bible?
- Day 16: If for one day you could walk in someone else’s shoes, someone with a sexual orientation other than yours, or is transgender rather than biological, how do you think you would feel? What would you learn from such an experience?
- Day 17: Yes, it is true, gay couples cannot reproduce with one another, but if they are the most happy together and love each-other unconditionally, is the fact that they can’t make a baby together really a reason to split them up?
- Day 18: What is family to you?
- Day 19: If someone is 100% certain in their heterosexuality, and has never, not once been attracted physically, mentally, or sexually to the same sex, do you believe it’s possible for that person to still fall for someone of the same sex?
- Day 20: Should the right to marry be universal regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation?
- Day 21: “I hear gays will hit on anything that moves, recruit children, and have sex in public bathrooms!” What are your thoughts on these and other similar ridiculous myths of the LGBTQA community?
- Day 22: Do you know anyone of the LGBTQA community, and has your views/feelings towards that person changed for the better or worse since your discovery that they are of the LGBTQA community?
- Day 23: If there was a gay gene, and it was detectable early in pregnancy, would you abort your child knowing this ahead of time? Explain your answer.
- Day 24: What are your thoughts on homophobia? Is it really a phobia or an excuse to spread hatred.
- Day 25: Using some commonly asked questions of those in the LGBTQA community, if you are straight, when did you choose to be so, and why can’t you just be gay instead? (Sounds like a stupid question when you reverse it doesn’t it?)
- Day 26: Are you comfortable noting someone of the same sex as attractive?
- Day 27: For children raised by loving same-sex parents, what do you think is essential for proper development of that child and for preparation for the real world when they’re grown?
- Day 28: Marriage should be between two people that love each other, and wish to spend the rest of their lives together. Agree or Disagree?
- Day 29: Think of the most loving couple you know. Done that? Ok. Should the government have the right to keep them from marrying or tear them apart if they already are just because they don’t like the match?
- Day 30: Are you willing to further educate yourself, or let others teach of the LGBTQA community?