>>12569262>>12569266>>12569269>>12569276>Opinion piece incoming
Now, I've seen gays and trans people of all sexes, races and genders, that's how I got to respect them and accept them in their own way: just regular people who happen to be gay or trans.
To me, LGTB stops in those four letters, with asexuals being just kinda there but not there really.
Genderfluid, femmes, bigenders, agenders, demisexuals, non binary, queer, genderqueer, demigender, neutralgender, intersexual...
Just young people, moret often than not women, more often than not white. Always constructing their identity around their gender and sexual preferences.
I want to respect them but I just can't, it feels like they're insulting everyone else in the four letters, like they're legit brats. >I just want to have a reason to respect them and not feel like an asshole for rolling my eyes upon seeing them