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4 RL U GUIZ by SiogaAgusArrachtaigh 4 RL U GUIZ by SiogaAgusArrachtaigh
I guess it's kind of a counter stamp to this one here:[link]

Since the person who made the stamp is a whiny bitch who throws a fit when proven wrong(and because my patience for morons has run dangerously thin), I chose not to argue with the person directly. I've already tried that. her head is too far up her ass to listen to anyone elses opinions. :roll:

Anyways, the fact that people honestly believe that straight people can turn gay, but gay people can't turn straight, obviously have no clue how sexuality works.

Sexuality is a fluid thing and has the tendency to change over time. Not by brainwashing or any of that bullshit. And as far as I'm concerned, there is no fucking 'gay gene' that decides a persons sexuality either(not always, anyways).
It also has a lot to do with a combination of hormonal, environmental, and genetic factors, and anybody with a lick of sense knows that these things can change over a matter of time. Sometimes even just one of these factors is influential enough to override the other two.

That being said, this does not mean that I support organizations designed to turn people straight, like Exodus International. Hell, I'm pretty sure even the person who founded Exodus stated that their methods didn't work.
What I'm saying is, just because a couple people who claimed to turn straight, suddenly reverted back, doesn't mean this is the case with everybody. Some people have had a legitimate change in sexuality.

Either way, as I told this moron a few days ago, you don't know most of these people. You don't know how they came to the point where their sexuality changed, you have no evidence that they where 'brainwashed' or any of that other bullshit, so, unless you know these individuals personally, then you have no right to judge.

Feel free to agree, disagree, whatever. I really don't give a shit at this point.

Related(and also the stamp that my argument was started on): [link]
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Crazy-Eel Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
It saddens me when people so vehemently deny that people can be ex-gay, or ex-LGBT, to be somewhat more broad. Considering they don't know the people who changed, isn't their denial run on bias?

I guess I understand why they don't want to consider that possibility that people can change. It would undermine the entire movement.
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SiogaAgusArrachtaigh Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
What's even more fun is being labeled a homophobe when people find out you acknowledge that ex-gay's that aren't "in denial" actually exist. Gotta love people. OTZ

Calling them "ex-gay" probably isn't helping. There really needs to be a better word for that sort of thing. |D
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Crazy-Eel Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Oh people. -_-

Just use the word "straight" again, maybe?
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SiogaAgusArrachtaigh Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014
Maybe, some some of them didn't become solidly hetero either.
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Crazy-Eel Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Shrug The spectrum is confusing.
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SiogaAgusArrachtaigh Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014
It really is. How can anybody keep track with all of it??
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VanuInfiltrator Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Do you have proof?
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I'm going by psychology and personal experience.
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VanuInfiltrator Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Do you have any written documentation for proof?
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Not at the moment. I don't think the concept has been around long enough for people do do actual studies on it. :grump:
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