Hello, I'm a person!
Yes! Exactly! Someone!
I am very tired of stereotypes, and I was facing difficulties with 'em.
The first group of stereotypes I hate are the male/female ones, the second group is the LGBT ones!
They go hand in hand and cage us from what we want to be into what you are expected to be and what you should not be therefore I usually hate make-up as well since I consider it the mother of all stereotypes (note usually).
But that aside, in spite of hating so many things I also like other things.
One of them being tomboys, now I know that there are many different kinds of tomboys out there.
I specifically like the ones that are more boyish and I have no idea why!
Unfortunately I dislike girly girls, I'm very sorry, I'm sure there are nice girly girls but I just hate some of their behaviour, one specific example would be whenever they say the inside is more important than the outside, I just find that very ironic, again exceptions applies.
I also dislike LGBT stereotypes, now I know many of you will hate me for this statement, I don't dislike them as persons, I just dislike them for their influence on the world, please note that I am talking about the stereotypes and not the actual being!!!!!
I don't believe that hormones should dictate the way we are living our life, I specifically don't believe that you have no choice other than acting as expected based on the mix of your hormones!
I think that the whole LGBT stuff started because we are humans with different tastes but we are forced into joining our predefined life, now many of us sees LGBT as an alternative lifestyle that is accepted more and more, yet unmistakeably this feeds our fear of being different!
"I won't do that girly stuff because I might be seen as being gay"
"I won't do that guy stuff because I might be seen as being a lesbian".
This is why I dislike the LGBT stereotypes. It does exactly the opposite as advertised!
It advertise that it will break you free from the monstrous male/female stereotype yet it kills even more the possibility of acting as yourself because of the fear of being seen as something you are not.
This applies to the majority of humans, the fear of being isolated.
That wasn't very easy when the LGBT stereotypes didn't exist!
So what do you guys think? (are you gonna misunderstand me all over?)
I came to the conclusion that we still don't know how much our consciousness is affecting our sexuality but one thing is certain, once gay doesn't mean always gay! There is certainly something that changes sexuality for some. Then again, too little is known about this one as well.
Also that it is unknown if we should question everything about science before believing in it or not.
Thanks guys! I will do this more often!