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7-21-2009 @ 11:15AM
Yeah, I've found that to be the case too, Knob. Those who claim for various causes that they want "equality" usually (but not always) want something special.My question is why is someone's decision not to like someone else, for what ever reason, now treated as a fear, a phobia? If someone does't like gays, are they actually homophobes? Or do they just not like them? Should we apply the same to those who don't like idiots? Should we just say they are afraid of idiots and call them idiophobes or something like that? I know there are homophobes out there, but not everybody who doesn't like gay people is scared of them, just like everyone who doesn't like idiots is an idiophobe, so homophobe is a misnomer for many. Just a way to attack those who don't like you, which turns away people like me who want to support you until you start attacking others too.
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