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I had a man at work that walked by me, gave me a little tickle, smiled at me, then gave a cute chuckle and tried to start a conversation.|
After almost puking, I told him he was lucky to be in work. If this was out of work there would be a different conclusion to this, not to his liking. The issue had resolved itself in work, and life went on without further problems.
I could care less about what others do with their lives or sexual orientation, but lately, it feels like the gay issue is being pushed down our throat as if it was a medicine we all need.
A recent event at another job, a man coming out, required everyone at the business to go through sensitivity training, with the exception of the one who was coming out. Talk about making waves, the company was more worried about being sued for harassment by the gay man, than the gay man was worried about the possible harassing of the employees.
Children are now being exposed to the gay lifestyle at schools and are being taught to except it. My daughter is in high school, and we went to the school play together one evening. The shock of seeing the multitude of kids mimicking their gay counterparts makes me wonder if the gay community is trying to turn the entire world gay, as to help their cause. I wonder how many of these kids, who would otherwise be heterosexual, will turn out gay as a result of their exposure to this lifestyle? Although my concerns may be warranted in my mind as with others, we will be given no choice in the matter.
Some would say that science has disproved that a heterosexual person would turn gay under these circumstances, but as we all know, science is not always perfect. So, if the whole world must turn gay as a result of a few who's feelings may be hurt, I wish to know when the first flight out will be to another place or time where life is simpler and, "Sticks and stones can break my bones but words can never hurt me."