Gay Myths – Marriage and The LGBTQ Lifestyle

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about gay marriage, but let’s set the record straight.  First off, just because two people of the same sex get married doesn’t mean they’re automatically going to start acting “more gay”. That’s one of the big gay myths that needs to be busted.

Secondly, gay marriage doesn’t threaten the institution of marriage in any way. So let’s put these gay myths to rest once and for all!

Despite the heartfelt protestations that legalising gay marriage will disrupt the world and the way we live and result in a catastrophic social – it simply hasn’t happened.

Busting the Gay Myths – Legalising Gay Marriage 

Since the early 2000’s Gay Marriage has become legalised in various countries across the world and there still hasn’t been a catastrophic break down of any kind.

The majority of arguments towards same sex marriage have no basis on real life events.

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This idea that marriage is for procreation only which is kind of hilarious when you consider the amount of ‘bastard’ children out there.  And when being a bastard was considered a big deal.   Nowadays this is not even remotely, an issue.

If you thought about the  literary works of Jane Austen, where some of the couples were barren and could not have children, you quickly find that the argument for this falls rather flat on its face.

Gay Myths – that gay marriage is a threat to the sanctity of marriage is another common argument.

I do agree that some view marriage as a sacred covenant with divorce rates higher than they’ve ever been and steadily increasing.  But it’s hard to apply this argument to the majority of people.

It’s similar to the it will harm the children argument.

A lot of failed relationships do try and stick together for the children and at least have an amicable relationship but there are a lot of people out there who can’t.

Research on the benefits of having both a mother and a father in a child’s life is varied

How can you deny a child two loving parents as opposed to one struggling to make ends meet because they’re a single parent with kids.

That’s not to put single parent families in a bad light, not in the slightest.  But in order to put forward the argument that kids are suffering you need to have a look at all relationship types.

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Gay Myths Busted – there are a myriad of different family types out there.

I am simply suggesting that it is the love, support and care provided by the household and the family unit which go a long way in the healthy development of a child.

For all or you out there that have been under fire because you support or want same sex marriage.  Here are some great and humorous comebacks.

  • Jesus had two dads and he turned out fine!
  • ‘Even if being gay was a choice.  So what!  Many heterosexual people choose to be assholes yet they can also choose to get married.’
  • ‘Jesus used to hang out with 12 guys and a prostitute.  He was more like me than you.’
  • ‘All you heterosexuals out there.  We want the opportunity to be miserable too.’
  • ‘You may be denying me the right to marriage but I still get more (dick/pussy) than you’.
  • ‘Three words that may alleviate the GFC.  Gay Bridal Registers’.
  • ‘Liza Minelli could marry two gay men, why can’t I marry just one?’
  • ‘If you don’t like Gay Marriage blame the straight couples out there.  They keep having gay babies.’

Gay Marriage – Four Gay Myths Busted

Different things are More Critical

Who on earth would argue that the number of dollars, guns, and Border Force staff are more crucial than a wedding?

But hold your horses, this logic fails to acknowledge (aside from the whole love thing) that politics and parliaments deal with more than one problem at a time.

MPs can easily juggle over 10 bills during a regular meeting, and both chambers vote on numerous bills in a single day. That’s like power walking and chewing sugarless gum at the same time. Impressive, right?

Same-sex marriage is a corner issue

The latest scoop from the Australian Bureau of Statistics spills the beans that around half a million Aussies (that’s a mere 3% of the adult population) identify as queer.

While this may not seem like a big deal to the majority, let’s not forget that these folks have loved ones who are equally invested in their happiness. And let’s not ignore the fact that surveys have consistently shown over 50% support for same-sex marriage in the broader community.

But who said politics was just about pleasing the masses, am I right?

In a democratic society, politics is a complex game that goes beyond mere majorities. It’s about recognizing and advocating for the rights of minorities.

So let’s not be a drag, and start celebrating love in all its glorious forms!

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The latest scoop from the Australian Bureau of Statistics spills the tea that about half a million Aussies are not straight as an arrow, accounting for a mere 3% of the adult population.

While this may not be a big deal for the majority, let’s not forget that these individuals have their own squad of family and friends who care about their rights too.

And let’s not get it twisted, folks. Just because the majority doesn’t swing that way doesn’t mean they get to call the shots.

Surveys have shown that more than 50% of Aussies actually support same-sex marriage.

So, sorry not sorry if your politics don’t align with the majority on this one. At the end of the day, politics is all about the nuances, baby. It’s about fighting for the rights and equality of all, even the minorities.

Shouldn’t something be said about the children?

You know what they say about the Australian Christian Lobby and their typical stance on same-sex marriage? It’s like they’re the offspring of gay couples – talk about irony!

But seriously, while some folks argue that kids need both a mom and dad, same-sex couples are already having their own children.

The 2011 Census showed that 10% of same-sex couples had kids living with them, so that horse has definitely bolted. And guess what?

Studies actually show that children raised in same-sex families are thriving, sometimes even better than their heterosexually parented peers.

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There is nothing like the freedom and accomplishment you get when showing others that you are gay.  A feeling of freedom when you can choose your partner is unique.

You can eventually stop hiding and lying and you can finally enjoy your life as an openly gay person.  Feel sorry for those  people that never get out of the closet and don’t show who they truly are.

Although you are indeed anxious to experience and learn all that the gay life has to offer.  There are few things you should take into consideration. By following some useful tips you can live your life smoothly.  Don’t be a newbie.

This means that you are new to this life. And when you are new to something you are nervous and tend to do everything immediately.

Don’t try to pressure things and live experiences fast. Celebrate your occasion and experience each matter like its unique.

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At the beginning of the new stage, its best to stay single. You are living a new part of your life.

The last thing you want is to end up in a serious relationship and not having the freedom to live. Remember also that you are a newbie and most gays out there will not get involved emotionally with a newbie.

You need to explore yourself in the gay life. You may need to overcome a few troubles during these transitions, and other gays don’t want to be involved with a newbie’s problems.

They have been through a lot like you so this is your time to overcome the problems alone. When you do overcome them and become more experienced, you can search for a gay relationship.

Be Safe

Stay safe by using condoms.  A newbie with your enthusiasm can act on things fast.  It is not unusual for new gays to catch an STD.

You may be pure and new to this life, but this doesn’t mean that your partner is experiencing his first time too.

Always wear protection and bring condoms with you at all times. You never know what situation can develop after a simple conversation or from a thoughtless act.  Always Be Prepared

Staying Safe Around Other People

Safe sex and STDs are not the only issues within the gay life.

Gay life is a fabulous party, with dancing, cocktails, and clubbing galore. However, just like any other shindig, there can be some pesky issues that arise. Safety is key, folks!

Don’t get too cozy with substances or alcohol, or you might find yourself in some hairy situations.

Remember, you’re not the only one out there, so be sure to watch your back. It’s all worth it though, because with a little caution, you can have a gay old time!

Looking for Your First Gay Relationship

Are you ready to dive into the exciting world of gay dating?  Great, because I’ve got some tips to help you navigate those choppy waters and find your perfect match.

First things first, figure out what kind of guy floats your boat.

Are you a gym bunny who loves nothing more than a good sweat session? Look for a man who shares your passion for fitness.

Remember, opposites can attract too, so don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone.

Make sure you know what kind of relationship you’re looking for.

Are you after something casual, or are you ready for a long-term commitment?  Maybe you’re looking for a platonic pal to hang with.  Whatever your desires, be clear from the start.

Have a chat about your expectations.

If you’re both on the same page, great! If not, move on and keep searching. After all, there are plenty more fish in the sea, especially when it comes to the wonderful world of gay dating.

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Figure Out What You Want

One of the top priorities you absolutely must nail down is figuring out what you want.  Let’s face it, falling for a straight guy is like setting yourself up for heartbreak city.

So, steer clear of those dudes and focus on building a solid foundation of friendship, whether you’re gay or straight. Trust me, friends make the best lovers – it’s science.

Now, not every gay dude out there is on the hunt for true love. Some just want to live their best life and have a blast doing it.  And that’s totally cool!

Just remember, happiness is your responsibility – don’t give up hope if you can’t find your soulmate right away.

If you’re itching to start dating now, there are loads of online dating sites you can explore.

You could even try your luck on a site specifically for gay men.  Hey, you never know who might come knocking on your door! Whether you’re a single gay man or just looking to have some fun, I wish you all the success in your gay dating journey.

Keep your chin up and know that sooner or later, Mr. Right will find his way to you.

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