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8-04-2010 @ 11:38AM
@HeiligWoah...woah...woah.Really?"Moon Guard has become a gathering place for LBGT people over the years. People who identify themselves primarily by their sexuality over other aspects of their personality can be expected to make that their primary pastime in game as well."Are you -really- wholesale defining LBGT people as people who identify themselves primarily by their sexuality over other aspects of their personality?Wake up. For every lbgt person that seems that way, there are 10 sitting behind them just minding their own business and living their lives out as normal. Additionally, that person who seems about nothing but their sexuality is probably a freshly de-closeted individual snapping back against what has thus far been a lifetime of repression brought on by a society that, itself, (at least in the case of American society) wishes to define LGBT people only by their sexuality, usually ignoring all other aspects of a person once that aspect of them is revealed.Do people that you're referring to exist? Of course they do. Just as many "straight" folks are about nothing but their sexuality either, it's just not called attention to as much because of the hetero-normative culture we live in. If we do point it out, they're simply sluts or ho-bags...noone goes "OMG, they're shoving their straightness in our faces."
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