I identify a queer. I’m a married male, I have a wife, I’m not interested in men. Why do I identify was queer? I firmly believe that I am polyamorous. I am in love wholeheartedly with two women and though my situation is complex it…
I figure that if he want’s to call himself queer then we should let him? though yes queer means otherwise to most of us, it’s his life.. so why should we tell him what to title himself as.
Identities are not sacred if they are based on slurs. Stop trying to give this dillhole an excuse to be an oppressive shithead.
I’m sorry but even in your about me its say’s “my preferred pronouns are” (then a list of what you prefer) so why’s it so wrong that this male (whoever he is) get’s to decide what he prefers to be called or known as. It doesn’t make a difference to your life. In a couple of months you won’t even be acknowledging this person and I really don’t think he’s trying to attack anyone or has anything against those who are gay so why does it matter so much? I’m sorry that it upsets you so much but why stress over it when there’s worse things happening in the world? I don’t think he meant to even be a “dillhole” or to offend anyone and I’m sorry if I did or if I have upset you or that I’m not a bad person for thinking that the only person who should title yourself, is yourself whether it’s socially acceptable or not.
People have different views.
I really wish stupid shits like yourself would try to comprehend why certain titles are acceptable and why certain labels aren’t instead of screaming to the winds that all labels are great or none with a huge neon sign attached to your ugly head with the words “FALSE DILEMMA” buzzing on it.
See I understand where you’re coming from, but I was under the impression that “queer” had come to be a catch-all term. that said, if polyamory does in fact qualify it only qualifies by the barest of margins, simply by virtue of being “not the norm”, which is what I have been led to believe “queer” has come to mean.
Basically I’m just wondering if I missed something.