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Posted on Thu, Jun 10, 2010 21:29

It is so unfortunate that in office they look at me with disgust. I love being a lesbian, in no way I am stealing anyone's partner, nor harming or forcing anyone to be someone like me. Yet, I am outcast, how could I defend myself from the onslaught?

I am looking for a new job, although I liked it so much here?



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Posted on Tue, Jan 14, 2014 14:21

Here here, maybe we should take a leaf out of the guy's books, be tough, look them straight in the eye and say ''I don't fancy you, you just don't do it for me, sorry, so you can sit there, I'll sit over there!  Your boyfriend/ husband really doesn't have to feel threatened!!

 

 



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Posted on Mon, Feb 18, 2013 19:17

Quoting uricka:

Don't take things personally, its not you...its them. Its "they" that got a problem not you. Just be yourself. "they" are just people and not God, so who cares what they think about you, plus "they" are not the one that bring food to your table. Don't give up your job that you love, because if you do..that means you make them win and you become the looser. Be strong and stand for your rights. Take care and good luck

Thanks uricka.
I'm not out yet, because I know it'll break my parents' heart and I'm also a bit afraid of the persecution. I've recently come-out to myself, after years of explaining away my interest in women or thinking I was a bad person when I couldn't, but I'm ready to take the next step. I've started with my peers.
Thank you, guys



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Posted on Sun, Nov 28, 2010 19:47

Girl please there aer gay people everwhere. I am in cali and people dont even hate like that out here. They find out your gay , and its like "ok back to what we were talking about" No one notices or cares, well they probably notice but no big issues. Come to cali!!! Dont quit your job.



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Posted on Thu, Sep 23, 2010 19:40

Thank you so much, I wish things were not like this, sometimes the humiliation is just unbearable but then I reason it amongst myself that nothing is of my own making I was simply born the way i am and the more I try to fight against my natural instincts or biological shortcomings it gets more intense or strong to resist.

love to all and thanks
Lehanga



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Posted on Wed, Sep 08, 2010 15:17

I think i would start saying to them.....i think you must only be acting like this because you fancy me yourself now you know i am gay......Then see what happens..good luck xx



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Posted on Fri, Aug 27, 2010 10:29

People dont understand our life, they prefer to call it a choice which makes it easier for them to discriminate and hate. It is rather stupid of people to belive that we would take their girl friends, however they are ok with single men around. In fact we are not the threat at all if their women were born straight. But we are not in the business of changing opinions, sometime we just have to let it go.



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Posted on Wed, Aug 04, 2010 23:36

I would personally confront the worst of them and say "If you didn't have a problem when you assumed I was straight, why do you have a problem with me now that you know I am gay?" Ive had to remind a lot of people that being gay is only a part of who I am, not all that I am.



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Posted on Thu, Jun 17, 2010 08:32

After coming out at work it seems that almost every woman I work with is under the ilusion that I am out to have them all. To be honest, with one or two exceptions, their husbands can have them. I am at last happy about me, if they can't understand or handle it tough.



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Posted on Fri, Jun 11, 2010 23:38

Don't take things personally, its not you...its them. Its "they" that got a problem not you. Just be yourself. "they" are just people and not God, so who cares what they think about you, plus "they" are not the one that bring food to your table. Don't give up your job that you love, because if you do..that means you make them win and you become the looser. Be strong and stand for your rights. Take care and good luck



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