Okay, tbh, i wasn’t gonna do this but i’m feeling extra salty and i can’t take all this homophobic bs anymore.
I made this post about an outspoken homophobe and some people knew who i was talking about, some people didn’t and, for that matter, I’m coming clear now: I was talking about the one and only @arc-17.
Before everything, I’m NOT hating on religious people. I, myself, have a very religious family and I don’t hide from anyone here that I’m from Latin America and we all know that things here are pretty religious.
First of all: it’s not a choice. Being a lesbian isn’t a choice. Being gay isn’t a choice. Being bisexual isn’t a choice. Being trans isn’t a choice. I could go on and on but you guys got it, right? It’s not a choice. That being said, let’s move along.
He says he doesn’t support gay marriage because of religious reasons
(but he respect our choices guys :) such a good man wow) and personal reasons.
“Love the sinner but not the sin”, right? To be honest? That’s bs. Or you respect this person as a whole or you don’t, you can disagree with them? Sure, different opinions are normal, but not supporting a person who wants to get married just because they’re marrying someone from the same gender as them is homophobic. And saying it’s because it change them don’t make sense? People have different experiences and just because one was bad (apparently for arc-17 it was, we can’t know for the said person) doesn’t mean the others will be.
As for his beliefs, I know lots of religious people that aren’t homophobic. You can’t just use religion to excuse your problematic and hateful behavior. Religion isn’t about hate, it’s about love and some of you chose to ignore it.
On another matter, someone told me through an ask that he, a 28yo man, call Emma Hawkins, from high school story, a 15-16yo girl, “my dear”. She is a MINOR, jfc, stay away from her, please.