Friendship with gays.

India
December 28, 2008 2:35am CST
Will you be friendly with a gay person? Will you allow that gay person to move around with your loved ones ? This question is for both male and females.
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8 responses
@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
28 Dec 08
Except for their personal preference, they are basically the same as other human beings. One of my male friends prefer male bondings. But i drew the line when two acquaintances wanted to have more than just friendship. I have always been straight and have no intention or inclination to change my taste. I am now wary of being close friends to any of them. all the best, rosdimy
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• India
28 Dec 08
Well, that is one of the problem rosdimy, one is other people might think we are gay, and the other is they might try to have more than just friendship. Thanks for the response.
@LaurenInLA (2272)
• United States
28 Dec 08
Absolutely. Sexuality is just one part of a human being. I know a few gay people, both male and female and they are all kind, genuine people that I am proud to call my friends. I would have no more of a problem with a gay person being around my loved ones than I would have with a heterosexual friend being around my loved ones. I choose my friends for their genuineness and their sense of ethics and morality and you can find people like that in both the gay and straight community.
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• India
28 Dec 08
That is a good and honest answer Lauren. Thanks for the response.
@sid556 (31005)
• United States
3 Jan 09
I have many friends...very good friends...whom are gay. Will I ALLOW that person to move around with my loved ones? Hmmm...don't think I have that sort of power to control my loved ones lives.....that would be their choice.
• India
3 Jan 09
Yes, but will you take them home and ask them to stay over for the night. If your friend is a male gay, will you allow your teenage son to move with him ? or if it is a female gay will you allow you wife or sister to get friendly with them?I hope you do not mistake my questions, I would just like to know about human nature.
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@sid556 (31005)
• United States
4 Jan 09
I am a female and I would let either a gay male or female friend stay at my home if they needed a place to stay. In fact, it has happened and I've never been bothered. I would also let my teen son hang out with a gay person. He has the right to choose his own friends. As for my spouse or sister....It is not my choice to make. I can't make other people's choices for them.
• India
28 Dec 08
naw i have a gay friend i treat him like a normal friend its no problem i mean just ignore tht part n dont make stupid comments abt being gay happy lotting and have a nice day!
• India
28 Dec 08
Thanks for the response,the crazyjogger.
• India
28 Dec 08
sure thing enjoy the day!
@donsky14 (5963)
• Philippines
28 Dec 08
I think there's no problem in being friends with gays...their actually really fun to be with. Their really energetic and you won't really get bored with a gay person.
• India
28 Dec 08
Thanks for the response donsky.
@donsky14 (5963)
• Philippines
28 Dec 08
No prob.
@SACHIN2708 (1638)
• India
21 Nov 09
ya ofcource I will be friendly with gay person because they are also human being and I like also male s*x and I did sucking many times but I am not tha type of gay who have girlish attitude ,I am normal person but for fun I like it
• India
22 Nov 09
yes dear I like both
@Pose123 (21667)
• Canada
28 Dec 08
Hi rameshkumaar, I have friends who are gay and have no problem with them at all. The fact that they are gay doesn't affect any other aspect of their life and I would never judge a person for that reason alone. Blessings.
@Porcospino (17735)
• Denmark
28 Dec 08
I have friends who are gay and I have never seen that as a problem. It is not something that I think about, I treat them like any other friend. Their sexuality is their choice and if I like them as a person that is all that matters. Why shouldn't I let them move around with my loved ones? There is no reason why they shouldn't do that. I don't treat them any different just because they are gay.