Sunday, June 23, 2013

A world so hateful, some would rather die than be who they are.



I just watched this short film that made me cry and whoever you are, you should watch it too and learn from it. This may be a little exaggerate, but there still are people that are bullied for being different. No one should ever be treated like that, you never know what might happen. 


This is awful and thinking that this is actually happening every day is even worse. That people are bullied because of their sexuality is just so wrong! One can not decide who he/she is falling in love with, it's just something that happens. "We do no fall in love with the gender, but the person" 


Interesting point this video raises is that society is so twisted in its viewpoint on homosexuality that we have to change it to make it more relatable to us, by questioning "What if they were straight and straight were gay?"


My heart goes out to all that have to go through this, no one deserves it.


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2 comments:

Andrèe ^^ said...

Though I agree with you , I think they exaggerated . A lot . I mean , I haven't seen anybody bullied like that for being gay . Maybe in the 19th century when it was forbidden , and gay people were called abominations , but nowadays it's not like that anymore . Of course , there are some people who are still against gay people but the majority doesn't seem to have a problem anymore . The church , yess . The church will always have a problem with that and on the second thought it isn't even that hard to imagine that a priest (or a pocait , if you know what I mean :)) ) would tell you to burn in hell if you're gay . They're crazy , but that's another subject. My point is that people became open-minded . Most of them . I think I'll post this video on my blog too , if you don't mind of course :)

Linda Mpanza said...

homophobia exists and at different levels,from mild to extreme hate,from people who believe they can cleanse gay women by raping them to people who believe they can kill and wipe out all gay people.xenophobia will always be there just like racism.it is very sad though.