"You are taking your discussion and your debate in so many different directions. I suggest in order to make a stronger more concrete argument that you learn to stay on track and not dilute into so many different directions. Also, the numerous bitter sarcastic jabs do nothing to convey your point of view other than make you look like some drag queen who's trying to put forth some type of theatrical nightclub performance. It's a little tacky and very cliché."
Sooo...you're criticising someone for making bitter and sarcastic jabs by making a bitter and sarcastic jab? And throwing drag queens under the bus at the same time. Classy. Every gay on earth owes drag queens huge props, starting with Stonewall and going on to this day.
"I never made the claim that black people were more homophobic than white people."
You fail at communication. You may not have intended to say that black people were more homophobic, but the entire context of your statements until this point have led reasonable readers to that conclusion. If you want to apologize for your racism, go ahead, but lying about your racism is tacky and cliché.
"But that is the direction you want to take this conversation in. This is, of course, after you brought misogyny, pedophilia and "abusive" jocks in the arena as your arsenal to somehow negate my comments. All fallacious and futile attempts to somehow usurp what I have experienced."
You also fail at reading comprehension. Those were examples meant to show you how your comparisons were facile and incorrect. No one doubts your experiences, by the way. We are doubting your ability to use your experiences to describe the world as it actually is. Your data sample is not free of bias and suffers from being statistically small. No one with any understanding of logic, sociology, or psychology would take your experience and use it to describe an entire group of people.
"I will say this one more time. From my observation, from hearing black people talk either right to my face or amongst each other while I could easily hear them, I cannot help but notice that there is a lot of homophobia among black people."
...but not MORE homophobia amongst black people, compared to other demographics, because you wouldn't say that, would you? In which case, what's your point?
"With the exception of quite a few black singers, such as reggae and rap singers who make a lot of anti gay remarks in their music, the media has not influence me on my opinion regarding the matter."
Man, if black singers surprise you with their homophobia, wait until you hear white people's music. Try some country, or some metal, or even crappy pop-songs. The fact is that ALL music genres have elements of homophobia, misogyny and racism. It just strikes me as interesting that you single out the genres that tend to be associated with black people.
"It just surprises me that black people can be quite homophobic. It surprises me because due to the racism that many blacks have suffered I thought they, of all people, would know what it was/is like to be on the receiving end of intolerance and bigotry."
Keep telling black people how they should interpret their experiences. I'm sure they're VERY interested.
"I made the mistake of assuming if a person knows what it feels like to be hated simply for who he is; then how can that same person retch intolerance toward another. That is where I'm coming from. Hope I made myself clear(er)."
You sure did.