The next time you're apt to think "I don't need to come out because no one needs to know about my sexual proclivities, and it affects no one else," try reading this:
You have much more of an impact than you think you do.
From something I posted today:
To all the good-hearted people who are trying to help VirginBubba:
VirginBubba is in to BDSM. It sounds very foreign to guys who aren't into BDSM, but guys who are into BDSM do in fact like pain and/or humiliation as a sexual input but it has nothing to do with low self esteem.
Please do not try to "cure" their attraction to BDSM because it's no more curable than a gay man's attraction to men.
Perhaps I'm too militant to some here.
But did the racial equality and feminist movements progress by people sitting on their duffs and refusing to make waves at home or in business?
So how is the gay rights movement going to progress if we refuse to make waves?
You can be out, or out and PROUD.
It's your choice. Not everyone has to be Gloria Steinem or Martin Luther King. Just don't criticize me for being like them. Ok? Thanks :kiss: (*8*)
OK, I'm tired of people accusing me of being inconsistent, wrong, or illogical when I say that typically or on average group X can have more or less of some feature than group Y, even if not every member of group X has more or less of that feature than group Y.
Let's use height as that feature, since we won't get into fights as to the definition of the feature (height): it's easily measurable. So let's get to specifics; here are some data points for 5 people from each group: