I hate how lgbt people can’t just exist as themselves without straight people questioning it. You’re a gay man who enjoys style and “girly” things? You’ll get straight girls wanting you to be their gay best friend and go shopping with you. Then you’ll get blamed when you get upset about being treated that way because you “shouldn’t have acted the stereotype if you didn’t want to be treated that way” even though you were just being who you are. You’re a lesbian woman who doesn’t really fall in with any of the lesbian stereotypes? You’ll get “well you don’t really look like a lesbian.” You’re a non binary person who doesn’t present totally androgynous and you lean more feminine or masculine? You’ll get people questioning your identity and telling you you’re “making it up for attention” because you don’t fall into their definition of a non binary person. Lgbt people’s lives don’t revolve around the stereotypes you’ve made for us. We’re more than that. We’re allowed to just be who we are without “perpetuating stereotypes” or “not being lgbt enough”.
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