Bona fide Homosexuals.

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    Oct 20, 2015 9:13 AM GMT
    Since the creation of the American alphabet soup; GLBT, and gay had been hijack by the bisexuals, who had been married to women, and no longer wanted to be seen as starigh, but gay. As a Bonafide fine Homosexual, a homosexual who has never had sex with the opposite sex. One felt that our identity of being gay had been hijack, and lost; given away.

    One was to receive much abuse from bisexual men, who now stood under the banner of gay. Because I was saying, we are Not one of the same, just because many different tribes had been shoved under the one Teepe to create this American Alphabet soup; GLBT.

    So to take back my identity, one started to stand under the banner of Bona Five Homosexual, and not the American alphabet soup of GLBT.

    One was to google this term of Bona Five Homosexual, and found many examples. One now truly feels vindicated. Thus if bisexual men want to stand under the banner of gay; knock yourselves out. You are not Bona Fide.
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    Oct 20, 2015 11:44 AM GMT
    You guys are trolling right? I can't believe anyone would agree with that.
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    Oct 20, 2015 12:13 PM GMT
    Are you really still talking about this?

    Gay men who were closeted, got married and come out late in life are not the same thing as people who genuinely experience attraction to people regardless of gender.

    I am glad today's young people are increasingly ditching all these labels. It shouldn't matter to anyone other than the person I'm flirting with what my orientation is.
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    Oct 20, 2015 12:47 PM GMT
    ShiftyJK08 saidAre you really still talking about this?

    Gay men who were closeted, got married and come out late in life are not the same thing as people who genuinely experience attraction to people regardless of gender.

    I am glad today's young people are increasingly ditching all these labels. It shouldn't matter to anyone other than the person I'm flirting with what my orientation is.


    Then what is the difference between bisexual and pansexual?

    "I am glad today's young people are increasingly ditching all these labels"

    Absolutely.

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    Oct 20, 2015 12:50 PM GMT
    Aunty_Jack saidSince the creation of the American alphabet soup; GLBT, and gay had been hijack by the bisexuals, who had been married to women, and no longer wanted to be seen as starigh, but gay. As a Bonafide fine Homosexual, a homosexual who has never had sex with the opposite sex. One felt that our identity of being gay had been hijack, and lost; given away.

    One was to receive much abuse from bisexual men, who now stood under the banner of gay. Because I was saying, we are Not one of the same, just because many different tribes had been shoved under the one Teepe to create this American Alphabet soup; GLBT.

    So to take back my identity, one started to stand under the banner of Bona Five Homosexual, and not the American alphabet soup of GLBT.

    One was to google this term of Bona Five Homosexual, and found many examples. One now truly feels vindicated. Thus if bisexual men want to stand under the banner of gay; knock yourselves out. You are not Bona Fide.


    What are the differences?

    "Bona fine Homosexuals."

    "Bonafide fine Homosexual"

    "Bona Five Homosexual"




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    Oct 20, 2015 12:59 PM GMT
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    ShiftyJK08 saidAre you really still talking about this?

    Gay men who were closeted, got married and come out late in life are not the same thing as people who genuinely experience attraction to people regardless of gender.

    I am glad today's young people are increasingly ditching all these labels. It shouldn't matter to anyone other than the person I'm flirting with what my orientation is.


    Then what is the difference between bisexual and pansexual?


    If I had to guess I would say that bisexual implies that gender is a binary thing (you are either Male OR Female, and there is nothing in between) and that a bisexual person is attracted only to people who are firmly one or the other.

    Pansexual (pan meaning "across") recognizes that gender identity is a spectrum (with an increasing number of people identifying as somewhere in between the two extremes, or rejecting the concept altogether) and making your self known as someone who could be potentially be attracted to people anywhere on that spectrum.

    freedomisntfree said
    ShiftyJK08 said"I am glad today's young people are increasingly ditching all these labels"


    Absolutely.



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    Oct 20, 2015 1:22 PM GMT
    It's Bona Fide not fine.

    Also - you're wrong.
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    Oct 20, 2015 2:05 PM GMT
    jakegi saidYou guys are trolling right? I can't believe anyone would agree with that.


    Ditto.
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    Oct 20, 2015 2:18 PM GMT
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    Oct 20, 2015 2:33 PM GMT
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    My first 10-year guy was pan or Omni, terms we didn't then have so we just called him bi.

    Though some letters were unnecessarily attempted to be added much later in the Gay Rights Movement, but never quite caught on, LGBT is not alphabet soup. It is the banner we proudly paraded representing an allied variety of sexual orientations demanding the same rights and respects, the same humanity endowed heterosexuality.

    This backlash against bisexuals after having garnered some of our rights is nothing short of shameful, the deceitful practice of a fair weather friend who enjoys the benefits of unity to meet a personal goal but then throws the relationship away to consolidate winnings or for perceived further gains.

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    Oct 20, 2015 2:44 PM GMT
    jakegi saidYou guys are trolling right? I can't believe anyone would agree with that.

    Not sure if trolling. If so, it would have a long history here.

    Aunty_Jack (aka Pattison) has been a member here long before you were, under various accounts. But a fellow Australian, I fear.

    This "bona fide homosexual" routine has been going on for about 6 or 7 years. Sometimes it seems he's the only one bonafide in Australia, or the Southern Hemisphere, or the rest of the globe, or possibly the known Universe. It's difficult to say.

    But clearly none of the rest of us qualify. Myself because I came out so late. You other guys because you're not "bonafide". I'm not sure who the certifying authority is, other than Pattison himself, or what evidence you're required to present.

    So don't be concerned. It's the thing he does, and we mostly disregard it. Other than to wonder where any sane person could get these notions. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Oct 20, 2015 2:57 PM GMT
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    My first 10-year guy was pan or Omni, terms we didn't then have so we just called him bi.

    Though some letters were unnecessarily attempted to be added much later in the Gay Rights Movement, but never quite caught on, LGBT is not alphabet soup. It is the banner we proudly paraded representing an allied variety of sexual orientations demanding the same rights and respects, the same humanity endowed heterosexuality.

    This backlash against bisexuals after having garnered some of our rights is nothing short of shameful, the deceitful practice of a fair weather friend who enjoys the benefits of unity to meet a personal goal but then throws the relationship away to consolidate winners or for perceived further gains.



    Agreed. The point is that you should not have to explain your identity or attraction, and you should not be treated differently because of it. We should all be fighting for that, because it benefits everybody. Trying to paint one group as more deserving than the other just benefits our common opponent, not us.
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    Oct 20, 2015 2:57 PM GMT
    I don't necessarily agree with Aunty Jack but I do feel the alphabet soup is getting ridiculous and serves no good other than to confuse the general public and may possibly stifle the gay agenda. Yes, there is a gay agenda. I was at one of the meetings last night. You didn't get the notice?
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    Oct 20, 2015 2:57 PM GMT
    Just keep in mind--for every guy who's bona fine, there's gotta be some other guy who's good at doing the boning. icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 20, 2015 3:20 PM GMT
    Fine_Young_Cannibal saidI agree, why should Bi-sexuals fall into GLBT, it should just be GLT. They do give us a bad name.


    Some argue: Why should transsexuals be included in the alphabet soup? Having been in relationships with men and women in the past (exclusively homosexual now), I feel comfortable with bisexuals under the same banner. I can relate.
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    Oct 20, 2015 3:26 PM GMT
    ShiftyJK08 saidTrying to paint one group as more deserving than the other just benefits our common opponent, not us.


    That's exactly correct. And I was thinking about that when I saw similar bullshit as what's proposed here on another thread by another poster: Jefferson's idea that "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty".

    Just because we've gained some rights doesn't mean the work is done. A millennial mindset of entitlement, of having things done for you, that will not maintain rights gained. Don't leave yourselves defenseless when your helicopter parents die off. When did blacks stop fighting? When did women stop fighting? This is a world of entropy. You don't want to chip away at what you've built. The world will turn that to dust for ya.

    So rights gained require constant vigilance. And you can't keep an eye on all fronts by stabbing your friends in the back.

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    Oct 20, 2015 3:35 PM GMT
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    ShiftyJK08 saidTrying to paint one group as more deserving than the other just benefits our common opponent, not us.


    That's exactly correct. And I was thinking about that when I saw similar bullshit as what's proposed here on another thread by another poster: Jefferson's idea that "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty".

    Just because we've gained some rights doesn't mean the work is done. A millennial mindset of entitlement, of having things done for you, that will not maintain rights gained. Don't leave yourselves defenseless when your helicopter parents die off. When did blacks stop fighting? When did women stop fighting? This is a world of entropy. You don't want to chip away at what you've built. The world will turn that to dust for ya.

    So rights gained require constant vigilance. And you can't keep an eye on all fronts by stabbing your friends in the back.

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    I totally agree. Because the work is never done. The enemies of liberty will never rest, and so neither can we. One victory for liberty and equality only leads us to the next battle, sad to say.
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    Oct 20, 2015 3:45 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    I totally agree. Because the work is never done. The enemies of liberty will never rest, and so neither can we. One victory for liberty and equality only leads us to the next battle, sad to say.


    Then find joy in not taking a thing for granted and find strength in the challenge.
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    Oct 20, 2015 3:54 PM GMT
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    Art_Deco said
    I totally agree. Because the work is never done. The enemies of liberty will never rest, and so neither can we. One victory for liberty and equality only leads us to the next battle, sad to say.

    Then find joy in not taking a thing for granted and find strength in the challenge.

    Well, I do enjoy challenges, my former career was built on them. But joy? Perhaps not, in this case. What joy can I find in those who want to oppress others? To limit their liberties & rights?

    My joy will come when that kind of thinking is erased from history. Although if history itself is any indication, such a goal is unattainable. And so vigilance is the answer. Much as I would like to just go home and say the job is done.

    Unfortunately I know the job will never be done, certainly not during my lifetime. Not until the human race attains some kind of angelic state, that I think is a few hundred thousand years away, if then.
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    Oct 20, 2015 4:29 PM GMT
    Bone Five Homosexuals

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    Oct 20, 2015 4:30 PM GMT
    My Bisexual brothers are Bona Fine as well! Forget Bona Five, quite a few are Bona Ten! icon_razz.gif
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    Oct 20, 2015 4:45 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    theantijock said
    Art_Deco said
    I totally agree. Because the work is never done. The enemies of liberty will never rest, and so neither can we. One victory for liberty and equality only leads us to the next battle, sad to say.

    Then find joy in not taking a thing for granted and find strength in the challenge.

    Well, I do enjoy challenges, my former career was built on them. But joy? Perhaps not, in this case. What joy can I find in those who want to oppress others? To limit their liberties & rights?

    My joy will come when that kind of thinking is erased from history. Although if history itself is any indication, such a goal is unattainable. And so vigilance is the answer. Much as I would like to just go home and say the job is done.

    Unfortunately I know the job will never be done, certainly not during my lifetime. Not until the human race attains some kind of angelic state, that I think is a few hundred thousand years away, if then.


    Try listening to the other person.

    I did not say find joy in oppression. I said find joy in not taking a thing for granted. So while you might not find joy--and it would only be perverted if you did--in being subject to oppression, perhaps there is joy in fighting it because certainly there is joy in beating it and absolutely there is joy in freeing yourself from it.
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    Oct 20, 2015 4:51 PM GMT
    It is the transgenders that need to be permanently expelled and forced to form their own separate community and organizations. They are a major liability for the gay and lesbian community. Bisexuals, I have no problem with them because they don't stir up trouble and make a negative spectacle of themselves like these transgenders.
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    Oct 20, 2015 5:09 PM GMT
    jakegi saidYou guys are trolling right? I can't believe anyone would agree with that.


    Exactly. Thank you.
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    Oct 20, 2015 5:12 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidIt is the transgenders that need to be permanently expelled and forced to form their own separate community and organizations. They are a major liability for the gay and lesbian community. Bisexuals, I have no problem with them because they don't stir up trouble and make a negative spectacle of themselves like these transgenders.


    Congrats on pegging the 'maximum douche' meter. How you can even look yourself in the mirror, much less sleep at night?