One thing in life that I’ve never understood is why are people homophobic? The word homophobic sounds like it has the word phobia in it which suggests that if you are homophobic then you have some weird fear of people that aren't attracted to the opposite sex.
Why? Why are people homophobic? Just because you like someone of the same sex doesn't change who you are. It doesn't effect the world that people have fallen in love with people of the same sex.
Love. Love is the one thing that we all spend our lives searching for and yet when some people finally find love in someone of the same gender they are judged for it. You can't help who you fall in love with.
Another thing I don't really believe in is being bisexual or pan-sexual or even just gay in general. I don't think that people should be labelled based on who they fall in love with. I really don't think it's right that if two men or two women fall in love then they are automatically classed as being gay or being lesbians. I don't think they should be classed as that : I think they should be classed as humans. All they are doing is feeling a human emotion towards someone of the same sex. What's so abnormal about that?
Honestly , I cannot see why anyone has a problem with people of the same gender falling in love. I was having this discussion in my maths class a few days ago and there was one girl that was saying she's homophobic because she thinks it's weird. What's so weird about love?
Love comes in all different forms so why the hell do some people think it's okay to be rude and discriminate the people who are brave enough to express their love for someone of the same sex? Equality - everyone should be treated equally. Being "gay" doesn't change who you are because that's not a characteristic or a quality that's just a label so so what if somebody is "gay" because that's not what makes them who they are.
We are all human. We all feel emotions. We all love something / someone and no one should be judged based on who or what they love.