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I’m confused.

Everyone is fine with every sexuality, right?
And nobody hardly ever gets harassed about it anymore, right?
And there are so many groups that welcome and accept everyone, right?
So...
Without making this sound offensive...
If we’re already taking the steps towards accepting one another, why are we bothering with a “pride month”? Honestly I didn’t even know it existed.
And
Isn’t this “Father’s Day Month”? I mean, I suppose it could in that case be “both fathers’ day”, but still. We’re okay with everybody, is there really a need to have a whole month dedicated to it? I mean, can’t we just, you know, say “I’m straight” or “I’m a lesbian” or “I’m into whatever gender shows interest” or “I like stuff that the opposite gender has” (I’m guessing that’s a form of Queer) and let that be it? It’s not like anyone is going to throw a bible at you and scream “LUCIFER’S DISCIPLE!!! KILL IT!!! KILL IT!!!”
I mean, look at this day and age! We’ve got room for everyone for everything, from gay twinks to lesbian shipping to pansexual encouragement to (this one is a personal blessing for me) fat fetishism/feederism awareness and positivity.
So then...
Why do we need this “pride month”? Isn’t basically every day a prideful day where you can say who you are?

  • > Sphynia-Cat That would make sense. So it’s kind like a holiday?

  • @anon Really? I guess this whole time I thought it counted as Queer, but I’m gonna have to find that group.

  • Fetishism is not LGBT, but there is a culture for fetish-goers much like LGBT.

  • This is why we have pride month: The month of June was chosen for LGBT Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, many pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBT people have had in the world. It's for a reason, much like why we have black history month and so on. But I guess I can see what your saying, sure every day of every month I can say I'm bi but it's also nice to have a month to embrace it?((even tho I embrace what I'm attracted to every month)) Yes. It's also, I guess, a way to pay respects for those who got us to the point of being openly accepted, so as an LGBT person I don't really mind it so much. But you're free to formulate your own opinions!

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