What do you think of gay people?

Philippines
August 26, 2008 1:25pm CST
I have lots of gay friends...i love them...i respect them as much as i respect anyone else...its just that sometimes when i see other people mocking them as if what they are is a walking sin,i can't help getting so mad with this people cause they have brains as tiny as a pea...
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• United States
26 Aug 08
I honestly have no problems with gay people. I myself am a Christian, and other Christians may disagree. But I think that everyone has a right to be happy. and if people feel a certain way or lead a lifestyle that makes them happy, I truly support it. When you make such a big deal about someone being gay, it's trying to tell someone how to live their life, and that's not any body's right to tell someone how to live. Gay people should be able to live freely as should everyone else.
• India
27 Aug 08
i don wish2 meet those kinda people...as many said who r we to bother abt their style...but wen they spk2u they may have t same kinda feelings...they mite even want u2 to be their [artner...in tht case its bettr safe2stay away frm those
@pkraj111 (2459)
• India
26 Aug 08
I never had a problem as long as they dont bother me. Its their chosen way of life. Who am I to object?
@RevSkull (271)
• Tokelau
27 Aug 08
I've covered the spectrum of Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Tranny friends. I have no problem with them. Only complaint is when the try to act like a civil rights group and get a little nuts. I believe they should have all the right of everyone else as it is...let's just no care about a persons sexuality. Is someone really going to be less effective at a job because of how they like to dress afterwords or who the choose to share a bed with?
@falassion (419)
• Brazil
26 Aug 08
I think everybody's free to do what wants, as long as what you do doesn't prejudice my freedom of "being myself". And, as well as I know, it doesn't prejudice it, so I have nothing against it. ^^ I don't have lots of gay friends, but I know some, and there's something diferent about them: they respect everybody. Then, I think that, at least I have to respect'em too. Finally, I kind of admire'em.. Not for who they are exactly, but the way they fight for their rights. That's admirable. =)