I really side-eye ‘cute’ and ‘funny’ videos of children being hurt or getting really upset because A, why is this kid’s distress so entertaining to you, and B, why is your first reaction to seeing your child in pain/upset “Point a camera at it”
PSA: Biphobia in the LGBT+ community is a prime example of discrimination against bisexuals. Telling them to ‘pick a side’ or that they are 'confused’ is equally offensive whether you’re homosexual or not; just because you’ve endured a different type of discrimination does not mean you have a damn right to invalidate people.
You haven’t lived their lives. You don’t know what they may have been through. You aren’t them, and you cannot attack them for being different just because you’ve 'picked’ a goddamn side.
People always say that love has no boundries; many are still fighting to break down the barriers preventing this. Then why is it that we are building a wall between us, even as we tear old prejudice appart?