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Heterophobia

*laughs*

Not that I typically hang out on mensnewsdaily.com, but I came across this article and it made me chuckle.
One can be called a homophobe nowadays due to asking questions like,“So what exactly is the point of this parade?” or “What are you guys proud of here?” Just by asking a few questions (of which there are no easy answers) one can receive the same generic label that was applied to the vile murderers of Matthew Shepard. It has been my personal experience that merely disagreeing with some of the more vehement gay activists results in one quickly being grouped into an axis of hate. It doesn’t seem to matter what the specifics of the argument happen to be as, regardless of what you say, they’ll trolley out the same stale, cookie-cutter, accusation of homophobia. Perhaps if they changed the name of their insult to “gaytotalitarianaphobe” there might be some merit to their claims.
Now, if I actively disliked gay people, I would be a homophobe. If I thought being gay made you a bad person, I would be a homophobe. If I found out that a friend was gay and stopped being their friend, I would be a homophobe.

Not agreeing with the gay agenda does not make me a homophobe. Thank you.
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