Maria offers a little bit of cheering up, a little bit of snark, and a little bit of philosophy.
And I'm left unsure of what to add down here. ^^;
But please do enjoy. And offer any of your own thoughts, if you like. ^_^
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I always thought it was more people get to attached to thing...and when that change dose come is like they're a new person. But yeah that is how people are.
Happy National Coming Out Day!
@TallMist: Too bad it's on a weekend.
@Nesagsar: Why is that bad?
@TallMist: I'm at a new job and trying to figure out how people feel about LGBT stuff. If coming out day was on a work day it would be a way to find out.
@TallMist: Crud, that was today?!?
I missed it! Ahg.
Something Magickal happens, and we cut to a student saying "Why are you crying, Mr Physics Professor?" and the professor saying "I ... I don't know..."
"Lesbians are all butch, you can't be one and have long hair."
Best possible response:
@Grenartia: I dunno, I think my favorite response to that would be to say nothing and back away slowly.
@Grenartia: I think the best response would be to say "I'm sorry, what did you say? No, seriously, I don't understand. Maybe try talking without your foot in your mouth."
Yeah when I got my hair cut short all my close friends liked it. But while no one ever said anything to my face I've heard from my friends that some other people would called me butch or dyke and yet I probably wore skirts and dresses more often than most anyone else in the school. So yeah that's just how some people think sometimes it's weird. They don't like change and they tend not to look past their preconceived notions of how people should be.