"You have a DEMON inside of you that's making you GAY!"

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    Jan 09, 2013 1:01 AM GMT
    How would this make you feel if you heard this?

    Somebody already has, and has shown Sympathy for the Devil.

    What are your thoughts?
  • Timbales

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    Jan 09, 2013 2:18 AM GMT
    my demon is named Monica
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    Jan 09, 2013 2:40 AM GMT
    Really great article.
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    Jan 09, 2013 2:41 AM GMT
    The demon plays in my ass on demand.
  • stratavos

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    Jan 09, 2013 3:07 AM GMT
    I'd like to think I'm at peace with most of my demons.
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    Jan 09, 2013 3:16 AM GMT
    "She may not have deserved my respect or my love, but I could give it to her anyway--the latter, at least. Love is a transformational thing; it can change the very fiber of an encounter. Perhaps especially when it isn't earned."

    Now that's a sexy guy.
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    Jan 09, 2013 3:21 AM GMT
    Beautiful article, important message, but think of all the flame-wars we would have missed...
  • thegaymessiah

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    Jan 09, 2013 3:22 AM GMT
    I'd try not to let it hurt my feelings. 'you just have to laugh at that shit and shake that shit off.'

    I get called 'faggot' hatefully by my sister almost every day, and she wouldn't be very accepting if I brought a boyfriend to the house. She'd tolerate it but would not be as nice to me as if it was a girl. Some people are just like that I guess. But she's also a bitch anyway lol.

    You can't really let anything hurt your feelings in life. I know that's harsh but it's like a heart is made to be broken. It's so soft and squishy. If people sense that being gay is important to you and you don't want to get made fun of it then some people will just because they are mean.

    my sister knows my grandma hates cats so purposefully sometimes she will bring a cat over just to see her reaction. She enjoys making other people uncomfortable like that. So she might sense that you dislike being bullied for being gay that it would mean a lot to you if people were nice about it so she'll do the opposite. To be fair she always gets what she deserves as she'll go on these narcissistic tirades and cry about how horrible her life is even though she was the one who brought all this hatred onto herself.

  • stratavos

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    Jan 09, 2013 3:35 AM GMT
    I probably would have grabbed the girl pulled her to the stage and tried a debate to put her in her place. (I'm a terrible person)
  • MikeW

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    Jan 09, 2013 5:34 AM GMT
    Well, ok, I've mentioned this before... The first person I knew to die of AIDS was a nephew six years younger than I. This was in May 1985 (might have been 1984, not sure but very early in the crisis). My nephew was out to me but not out to his family. He had been very sexually active and used a lot of drugs as well. At the time he got sick, as I recall, HIV had yet to be isolated.

    In any case, his mother, my sister (15 years older than I) was a 'born again' type. When my nephew got sick she and her husband discovered their son's sexual orientation. After that she regularly performed exorcisms over him while he lay in hospital bed: "In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ I command YOU, demon of homosexuality, to leave my son!" I shit you not.

    This so infuriated me (I never liked my sister very much and hated my brother in law) that subsequently I have refused to speak with her EVER. The brother in law is now deceased but my sister is still living. I have nothing what ever to do with her.

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    Jan 09, 2013 5:49 AM GMT
    Prunes exorcise some demons.
  • reptile18

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    Jan 09, 2013 5:51 AM GMT
    Is he in deep?
  • MidwesternKid

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    Jan 09, 2013 5:59 AM GMT
    We should give back what we want from the general public, love and an open mind. The golden rule, treat others the way you want to be treated. Any time we are met with a chance like this guy was, is a chance to open peoples eyes to the truth.
  • ESL_Asian

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    Jan 09, 2013 6:01 AM GMT
    I have a demon in my assicon_razz.gif
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    Jan 09, 2013 6:16 AM GMT
    MikeW saidWell, ok, I've mentioned this before... The first person I knew to die of AIDS was a nephew six years younger than I. This was in May 1985 (might have been 1984, not sure but very early in the crisis). My nephew was out to me but not out to his family. He had been very sexually active and used a lot of drugs as well. At the time he got sick, as I recall, HIV had yet to be isolated.

    In any case, his mother, my sister (15 years older than I) was a 'born again' type. When my nephew got sick she and her husband discovered their son's sexual orientation. After that she regularly performed exorcisms over him while he lay in hospital bed: "In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ I command YOU, demon of homosexuality, to leave my son!" I shit you not.

    This so infuriated me (I never liked my sister very much and hated my brother in law) that subsequently I have refused to speak with her EVER. The brother in law is now deceased but my sister is still living. I have nothing what ever to do with her.



    this is sad,somehow i feel that ur sister kinda murder her son in a way by feed him fear and terror,i would totally going crazy if my mum do that to me.
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    Jan 09, 2013 6:29 AM GMT
    Great article, thanks for sharing. I would hope I could this situation with as much grace as he did.
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    Jan 09, 2013 6:32 AM GMT
    Timbales saidmy demon is named Monica


    OMG that like my laugh of the DAY! 24.gif
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    Jan 09, 2013 6:35 AM GMT
    its Lauren huh?

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  • GingerOH

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    Jan 09, 2013 8:48 AM GMT
    c079815a-60b8-4ec1-8af8-9e7d4304d860avsy"

    I named mine Meg Masters! icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 09, 2013 8:49 AM GMT
    Yes, Damon was inside of me, and, it was very very gay
  • Saffron69

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    Jan 09, 2013 8:54 AM GMT
    Having not read anyone else's comments above my own. I totally agree with this guy. Having concluded the same thing a long time ago it has allowed me to befriend people of vastly diffrent belifs than my own. This rite here is the true power of Christiany applied in the most practical manner, by A gay person no less. I truely believe that the devil hates The LBGTI with a passion because we make the most powerful followers of God inspite denominations or relgions. Think about it. Those of us who have struggled with our sexuality and still believe n God how much stronger r u because of it. It is after all the war with one's self that brings us closer to God if we let Him in (and who wud know inner stuggles better than us). It is by the devil's design why the world hates us. After all we r a persuasive bunch immagine how much more power full and closer to God we can be on this earth if we were completely included matters of faith. This guy is on the money we gotta win people over with love
  • mynyun

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    Jan 09, 2013 8:55 AM GMT
    My deamons take many forms.

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    Jan 09, 2013 9:14 AM GMT
    Great article. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we RJers adopted this approach in our forum posts. But I'm not holding my breath waiting.
  • Saffron69

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    Jan 09, 2013 9:16 AM GMT
    MikeW saidWell, ok, I've mentioned this before... The first person I knew to die of AIDS was a nephew six years younger than I. This was in May 1985 (might have been 1984, not sure but very early in the crisis). My nephew was out to me but not out to his family. He had been very sexually active and used a lot of drugs as well. At the time he got sick, as I recall, HIV had yet to be isolated.

    In any case, his mother, my sister (15 years older than I) was a 'born again' type. When my nephew got sick she and her husband discovered their son's sexual orientation. After that she regularly performed exorcisms over him while he lay in hospital bed: "In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ I command YOU, demon of homosexuality, to leave my son!" I shit you not.

    This so infuriated me (I never liked my sister very much and hated my brother in law) that subsequently I have refused to speak with her EVER. The brother in law is now deceased but my sister is still living. I have nothing what ever to do with her.



    Try n forgive her. She probly thinks of that dat everyday n wishes she cudda done things diffrent. Im not saying include her back in ur life I'm suggesting u forgive her for urself... not even ur nephew but for u. U have bn carrying that traumatic bitter pill MY entire life. Who knows, if she didnt know how bad she damaged her son as well as u this may be the best way to show. This is the whole point of this article. Im not disagreeing with ur approach though. I dont think I'd have anything nice to say either, but if u go through with forgiving her I promise life will get a lot sweeter for u... take it from a guy who has done it forgivness is a lot harder than coming to grips with being gay... but its worth it in the end
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    Jan 09, 2013 10:17 AM GMT
    Timbales saidmy demon is named Monica


    My demon is named Chandler. Maybe we are soul-mates??? icon_wink.gif