At 6/4/13 11:31 AM, infamoss wrote:
That doesn't make sense, they don't keep it to themselves, that's the whole point.
Not necessarily. Even when people don't say anything, I can sometimes tell if they're a bit uncomfortable with it, but keep it to themselves because they want to look past it. Or if someone is religious, it's likely that they aren't 100% fine with it.
At 6/4/13 12:16 PM, deathbymanga wrote:
Here's the problem. you told them that you are something they don't like, despite knowing that they don't like that you are something they don't like. they don't like the idea that you are something they don't like, so they tell you this. you don't like that they are telling you that you they don't like that you are something they don't like.
I keep it to myself, people don't really need to know, but I won't go far out of my way to hide it.
are your actions done because you are considering the actions of others? or are your actions done because you are only considering your own actions.
You could say I don't talk about my sexuality much because it makes some people uncomfortable, but I wouldn't feel comfortable if I did that, so it's complicated to explain.
Again, I won't go out of my way to hide it, but if my friends can restrain themselves from talking about their religious beliefs, knowing that it makes me uncomfortable, why would I not do the same with my sexuality?