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The Amanda Palmer Dip Me In Honey And Throw Me To The Lesbians Shirt difference is I’m an adult so I’m okay with other people having nice things that don’t necessarily directly benefit me. Why would I want to take my kids to a parade where men and women are half-naked, dressed in inappropriate costumes, etc. Here’s the thing: As a heterosexual male with gay friends I often take part in gay/LGBTQ rallies – just because I strongly believe that gay rights should be civil rights. I think everybody got the idea, but I don’t really wanna talk about me.
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So what if gay people decided to support the straight parade, to show some love and Support for their straight brothers and sisters? – Would the organizers be okay with that? Because I mean, the trick about these rallies is, that gay Parade is not about the people’s sexuality as such, to many people it appears to be hedonistic event only I assume, but the true meaning is a celebration of diversity under difficult circumstances, to survive in society that hates you in parts, to hold up your head although you are being discriminated against.
So if some straight people in modern society have the Amanda Palmer Dip Me In Honey And Throw Me To The Lesbians Shirt feeling that they are being discriminated against, the way of the new Underdogs, why not Support them and show them some love? I am not knocking. You’re the one saying hetros can’t do this or they don’t want me involved. You assume they wouldn’t value your advice just because they’re heterosexual. That are clear signs of heterophobia.