It's funny how many heterosexuals ask this question to other heterosexuals and when they get an honest answer from a homosexual, they don't buy their story. Have you ever heard the saying 'It's hard for you to understand something you've never experienced"? That's like a white woman telling me how I should feel as a Black woman. We just won't ever understand each other. I'm not sure why this question keeps popping up, but I'll have someone on air with us who can tell us first hand, from her experiences as a lesbian.
We plan to touch on a few subjects such as:
1. Why do women date more masculine looking women if they’re a lesbian? 2. Men can’t be bisexual, it’s either gay or straight. 3. Individuals “go gay” and it’s usually because someone destroyed them emotionally or they were sexually assaulted at some point in life. 4. LGBT community members often discriminate against each other and I’ve heard quite often that they “don’t” want to have a gay child (this is only some of them) or at least they wouldn’t want to deal with a very feminine son.........and SO much more!
My only question, if it doesn't concern you as a heterosexual, why are you so caught up in how others are living their life? Join us this Wednesday, along with Shannon Pressey (President of Omicron Psi Omega, Inc) as we address some of these issues! Trust me, a show you don't want to miss! It's okay to have an opinion, but it's even better to know facts. Come get schooled if you're so concerned! :)
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