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Love Knows No Gender by CK-NoName Love Knows No Gender by CK-NoName
...Or sex. Or race. Or number. Or religion. Or so on and so forth!

All right, all right. As a biromantic asexual myself, I think my passion for this topic comes naturally. Love shouldn't care who is involved, as long as all parties involved are consenting to the relationship. Man and woman? Go for it. Man and man? Sure. Woman and woman? Why not? Multiple wives or husbands? More power to ya. Also, what about the ongoing debates over interracial or mixed-religion couples? I don't see any real issues, because it's just various cultures joining together to become one.

We, as the human race, constantly preach tolerance and acceptance, and that we should openly embrace our brothers and sisters, no matter how they identify themselves. But the sad truth is that a lot of us still enjoy going back on our own word and use ancient scripture to back up why we believe something is more correct than something else. I'm not talking exclusively about the Bible; loads of other religious and non-religious passages deem wrong what cannot be helped, and that is sexual and/or romantic attraction.

But let's start at the basics. Girls and guys of any sexuality--how old were you when you first started becoming attracted to others? My first crushes started when I was around five year old, as far as I can recall, or maybe even younger. I fancied several of my friends, lads and lasses alike. Ended up kissing my at-the-time biggest crush when I was seven. Yes, it was a total accident, because he just happened to get in my way when I was making a mad dash for the playground at school, but I still felt really giddy. I think I even tried kissing a female friend once. Nothing big happened, she just kissed me back because we were such good friends. Still, I could have sworn I was kind of in love with her.

Anyway, before I veer too far off this road, I'll present to you a scenario: Young children are at the local park, swinging on the swings, sliding down the slides, and see-sawing on the see-saws. Fluffy, white clouds float merrily in the periwinkle sky, and the songs of many different birds are falling gently upon your ears. The roses are beaming red, tulips are a friendly yellow, and bees are buzzing to and fro between the huge buffet laid out around them. In general, it's a happy day. Then you see two kids sitting under a tree, and one leans over to plant the most innocent kiss upon the other's cheek. What are you thinking? Boy and girl? Girl and girl? Boy and boy?

Normally, due to society still deep in the process of evolving, one would think boy and girl, and nothing more than friends, right? But, shocking as it is, some kids are faintly aware of whom they fancy, even if they are quite young. Why else would children fall in love? They don't always know some people view it as wrong, and they're in no hurry to try being 'different' when they risk being bullied. So it must be natural. It must be instinct. It must be love.

The only problem is that it's been looked down upon so often for so long that it actually scares kids into hiding their differences. When they finally feel comfortable, they go through the process of 'coming out', around which lingers an air of either dread or hope. Some worry about if they'll be accepted for being attracted to the same sex, and others are comfortable enough with themselves to not care what anyone else thinks. The thing is, straight people don't really have to come out. Instead, it's usually taken for granted that someone is straight, unless they claim otherwise. I don't like that. If the world would just be a little more tolerant of its minorities, perhaps there would be a lot less stressing out about whether or not our children are gay, and a lot more actually getting this world on steadier feet. Honestly, if one more person claims homo- and bisexuality are terrible and harmful 'lifestyles', but does not give any solid evidence that I cannot counter...

Then there's the whole spiel about same-sex marriage being completely immoral, since it's a 'religious thing and all'. Well, you know what? I think mixed-sex couples have already brought ruination upon marriage, what with abusing the right to divorce and loveless arranged couples. It's no more holy than married atoms any more. And what about the religious same-sex couples who want God (or whatever deity they believe in) to be witness to their union? I'm sorry, but civil partnerships don't cut it for me. Poor same-sex couples joined together in places supporting only civil partnerships of them, if they slip and say they're married, it's a lie. But saying that 'we're married' is so much simpler than saying that 'we're in a civil partnership'. And it just sounds much more pleasant, too. But hey, nothing like political correctness to ruin it for those who are actually affected by it. And no, mixed-sex couples, same-sex marriage does not make your own marriage any less special. And it's not like we want more rights than you straight people, we just want the same rights and treatment as you. Give us that much and we'll be happy.

Somewhat related to the topic of same-sex marriage is the issue of gay parents. Loads of people, including even a small amount supporters of gay rights, tend to believe two parents who are of the same sex and in love with one another cannot possibly raise a child as properly as a mixed-sex couple can. They claim the child's exposure to two men or two women in love will corrupt the youngster's mind, lead to overly harsh bullying from peers, make the child more likely to fall into some sort of life-ruining habit, and/or influence the child to become gay as well. Approximately thirty or so years of studies on children brought up by gay and lesbian couples have proven to contradict popular belief. In fact, children of lesbian couples are actually better off than children of straight couples, and I'm presuming the results are just as good when there are two dads and no mum. And the problem about bullies targeting kids with gay parents is not nearly as prominent as you would think, for gay parenting truly does open eyes to see less traditional families. The thing is with gay parenting, these couples usually only enter parenthood when they know for sure they are ready to cope with the hardships involved with raising a child, whilst a rather large number of straight or single parents sometimes make mistakes that lead to a child they aren't ready for. Gay couples just don't have the option of making those mistakes, unless there's something else going on outside of the same-sex relationship. But I digress again. Back to the studies and their results, proof that solid is difficult to ignore.

Another thing that is, unfortunately, impossible to ignore is the 'against nature' arguement. Humans are part of the animal kingdom, yes? And also in the animal kingdom are hundreds of creatures that sometimes form same-sex couples, right? Yeah, that's right. Lions, ravens, giraffes, dolphins, swans, dragonflies, salmon, snakes, penguins, frogs, apes, spiders, and butterflies are all some of the many animals that may display homosexual behaviour. Black swans are notorious for the fact about a quarter of their pairings are homosexual. They often either steal nests or have two males pair up together, invite a female into their love life, and then, as soon as the female lays the egg(s), the males chase her out so that they may be alone in raising the chicks. Giraffes, too, are possibly the poster animal for non-human homosexual behaviour, for an upwards of seventy-five or so per cent of recorded mounting incidents occurs between two giraffes of the same sex, although very rarely between two females. As for some dragonflies, a female will sustain very distinct damage caused by a male mating with her, but this same damage has been seen on a very large portion of the males as well, meaning that males mate with males, too. So it is not at all against nature. Okay, yes, the human brain is perhaps very complex. But when it comes down to our animalistic nature, sexual attraction cannot be shoved aside for the sake of so-called morals.

As I stated earlier in this essay of sorts, my community and I don't want rights superior to those of the straight folks. I just want to be seen as bleeding blood as red as that of the beautiful people around me.

Feel free to put some of your deoxyribonucleic acid on the back of this stamp and stick it in your journal if you so desire.

Spread the word, spread the love. Peace. :)

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EDIT: Holy. Cow. I really actually was not expecting to return from my long hiatus to loads of comments and favourites on this. I'll probably make a version of this stamp so that non-subscribers can use it. Might not happen too soon, but it will happen, don't you worry. Really now, thank you for the support, everyone. I won't respond to comments individually for this unless I feel I absolutely have to, but do know that your comments, positive and negative alike, are being read, understood, and appreciated. :bow:
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ColinBenson Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2015
Love trumps hate.
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Komatsuzaki-Xingqi Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Trump hates love. ;)
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CutestSith Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Trump is okay with gay marriage. This is coming from a gay Trump supporter.
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LunaticSerenity Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Student Artist

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Jaasp Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Very true!
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VixenDra Featured By Owner Edited Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So you're talking about love? Or rather lust and mating? All these animal examples... animals don't love, they just instinctively take care of passing their genes. Only humans can love, yet not all.

Love knows no gender or race indeed, it's blind for such details, it looks deeper. But love you're reffering to is exclusive. NO exeptions.

Many things are easly mistaken for love. Crushes, lust, sexual/romantic drive, even pure friendships get sometimes mistaken for love and become 'friendships with benefits'...
The most probable reason would be that humans naturally want to feel loved, sometimes at all cost. If they call their not-love 'love' and believe it's love, they feel somehow happier, it's an illusion but can work to some to some extend.
Polyphilia is rather an egoistic desire of having more; of feeling 'more' 'loved', of having more poeple around them to do things with them etc.
As for animals, they just reproduce, gay pairings get an istinctual drive to breed and pass their genes, polygamic animals want to pass them as widely as possible (e.g. lions; if a male takes place after another male, he kills all the previous males' cubs because he wants to spread HIS own genes and eliminate the concurence. Yeah, animals are a 'grat' example in a love themed topic...).
These have nothing to do with love, these are egoistic instincts.

If you love you dedicate all of yourself to the beloved person, your love awakes a beautiul kind of desire blind for physical 'unattractiveness' of yor beloved(your love makes your beloved attractive to you, even if you can see your beloved is not a prince charming s/he's still perfect to you. S/he can be of the opposite body type to the one that naturally attracted you, he can be old and wrinkled, have different genital organs than you preffered, yet now you wouldn't change a thing about your beloved, you love him/her the way s/he is), and you can't imagine anyone else being so close with, you are best friends to each other, but it's sth much more than having sex that makes you lovers, it's sth unnamed and absolute, and exclusive you can't ever experience with anyone else. Your beloved doesn't put any boundaries on you - you do it yourself because you feel all his/hers and you're happy to be. You're faithful because you love, you're working on your flaws because you love your beloved so much that you want your beloved happy with you, you meet your friends rarer than you used to, because you want to spend most of your spare time with your beloved, if you take overtime job, it's because you want your beloved life even better... And only if your beloved tells you, you don't need to earn more money, that s/he loves your flaws etc. makes you give up some of these... Yet the one who loves you will never tell you they want to share you with anyone else. This bond is so specific, it hates anoyne trying to interrupt it. If you love, you wouldn't think of letting others inbetween. True love won't let anyone in. True love connects two into one, like halves. True love happens one time and lasts for a lifetime in exclusivity and full involvement. And you strongly feel it cannot be the other way around.


Agnostic in true love here.


I agree with the stamp alone, I disagree with the unfitting description.
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PawsTheKitty Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Animals cant love?

Wow, not to be rude but by saying that you sound like a complete moron.

Every creature on this planet loves in different ways. Look at lions. They love their children and try to protect them. Same with dogs and their puppies or cats with their kittens. Dogs have been known to save lives without being tought this along with dolphins. A gorilla cradled a child that fell into its cage.


Animals do love. Humans too are animals. We descended from the ape. Just needed to say this, I dont care how old your comment is. You dont have to reply just needed to say that.
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PawsTheKitty Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Animals cant love?

Wow, not to be rude but by saying that you sound like a complete moron.

Every creature on this planet loves in different ways. Look at lions. They love their children and try to protect them. Same with dogs and their puppies or cats with their kittens. Dogs have been known to save lives without being tought this along with dolphins. A gorilla cradled a child that fell into its cage.


Animals do love. Humans too are animals. We descended from the ape. Just needed to say this, I dont care how old your comment is. You dont have to reply just needed to say that.
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VixenDra Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
1st of all, don't spam your nonsense twice, please.

2nd of all don't use 'dead account'

We're animals biologically, not mentally. We in opposite to other animals can controll our instincts and lusts, animals just follow them.
If you call lions killing all cubs from the previous male love then I feel really sorry for you.

Animals do feel, they have both negative an positive feelings but please don't promitivise love... their 'love' is too different from how humans can love. Usually when an animal (you pet mostly) 'loves' you is based on the fact you feed it and take care of it, it's like gratitude and being dependent, plus, depending on species, some attachment after months or years spend by your side. Lots of cratures gets used to things or creatures, some species have this instinct to protect or care but it's still an instinct. Just because you can give some little piglets to a female dog to feed and tak care of (provided the given dog has her maternal instinct awaken!) doesn't mean you can give a bearded dragon hatchling to its own mother, coz she would definitely eat it. You can have a bearded dragon attached to you but you can't have a ball python attached to you at all. It's in their instincts and nothing would change them. If you put a large hamster to a ball python's terra it won't be eaten but not because the snake likes it but because it is too big for the snake to eat it. A bearded dragon won't eat a younger individual only if the younger individual is not enough smaller, the dog will try to protect you because you feed it and take care of it, because it's dependent on you and because it is in nature of dogs to do that. Also notice that when an animal has young, and it is in their instinct to take care of them, the parent will sooner or later chase away the young after they reach some age and later they will fight with them over teritory. That's the way they're programmed. Some animals are more intelligent and learn that they can 'ask' human for help. Some individuals are less aggressive than others(usually these are the waker and more submissive ones).  Aven if some species, like the vampire bars(or whatever they're called in English) will share their food at the end of the hunt but not because they 'love' the members of their group but because this way the colony will survive and this is in their instinct, not feelings. Mothers will risk their lives to protect the young not because they 'love' them but because the new generation is more important than the old and a lot of animals species have this coded in their instincts. Anyway there is way too much data for that.

Animals do feel. Fear, anger, pleasure, calmness, attachment(if it's coded to the given species, the lone species can't get anyhow attached to other individuals) and the sort, but there are also feelings unavailable to them, like love. Some species can feel something a bit similar to it but it's not love. Love is one of the few things that are distinctive features of humanity. Only we can love, only we can be cruel(animals don't get the idea about cruelty so they cannot be blamed for causing suffering to other living creatures), only we get the idea of good and bad (you can't blame an animal for killing your family and feel you should take revenge on the animal, the animal did nothing bad because the animal can't get the idea of good and bad).


The animals in Disney etc. are anthropomorphic, they have humane minds more or less. You should be aware of that reality is not fairytales, movies etc.



I'm myself very much for animals. Animal suffering hurts me much more than human suffering. I owned and own some animals (and would like to own more) and I'm very attached to them. But I'm a conscious animal admirer. I know they can't love me but they do some animal equivalent to it best they can do. Some bite me, some scratch me, some run away from me and won't hug, some think I'm the food etc. But that's the way they are and I'm accepting that. Just because they can't love me, doesn't mean they're somehow worse. They're animals and they're great for what they are, not for what I'd like them to be like.

Don't say nonsense that animals can love just because you can't appreciate them for how they are and that you ned to humanize them to like them. This way you don't like animals, you just like some fiction about them. Stop trying to make them human.
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PawsTheKitty Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You have points I'll give you that. The way you stated it though made you seem like one of those people who think of animals as worthless and don't give a shit about them at all, but now I see you aren't, and I apologize.

I prefer animals over humans because they cannot emotionally hurt you like humans can.
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WhiteFoxFarm Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What saddens me though is gays fight back against discrimination from straights with "love knows no gender" until they meet a transsexual.  Then suddenly it matters after all.
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ianolivia Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
TL; DR
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MerlesLittleSquirrel Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Awesome stamp my friend, and very enlightening essay too, I felt immensely proud as I read it, I've only recently come out as bisexual to my mum and friends, my friends have been amazing; my mum refuses to accept it but at the same time doesn't hassle me for it, as long as I don't mention it she's fine. Gender should never matter, we're all human beings and we are all individual~
I'm an ancient history student and considering there have been gays, lesbians and bisexuals since the times of Sparta and even before then I don't see why society should find such a problem with it now! Its foolish and narrow minded. I'm proud to be bisexual and I'm also proud to say I live in a country which has recently made it legal for same sex couples to officially marry (UK)!!
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Poyzund Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That pic. Damn straight.
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Komatsuzaki-Xingqi Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
[cogent opinion]
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lildarkqueen Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hi :) ........may i use this in my Deviant ID??
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DyingMarshmallows Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013
There are 2 seven year old girls who kiss eachother on the bus and this 10yr old would always freak out about it
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ArcaneEnchantment Featured By Owner May 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am bisexual, so I believe it does not matter what gender the person you love is. All that matters is that you are happy.

I have a lot of friends of practically every sexual orientation I can think of: straight, gay/lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, etc. And I also grew up with a family that is very accepting.

I support this stamp and agree with everything you said.
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moonlitinuyasha1985 Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
Yep!:D
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Homssutotuli Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2013
Few years ago I was proved that "love knows no gender" and "it's what's inside that counts" is bullshit... but only in their words. I do still believe this.
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I-Love-Godcifer Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
I'll be honest, I don't know what a normal gay teen goes through. Ergo, I'm gay, but I never had to 'come out'. I've always been really direct and I started dating early, around seven years old. I had a best friend who I had a big crush on even though he was nine and I was really young. Back then nine seemed like an adult to me. And then we decided to try kissing, and dating. But I was always someone who needed daddy's permission for everything, so one day I just came out with 'daddy, I wanna date Jake!' I suppose I was lucky he was so accepting.
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Fluffle258 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
I wish more people realized gender doesn't matter. It's all about love XD
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Jaasp Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I know, people are idiots XD
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Fluffle258 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2014
Indeed. I can't stand some people's ignorance and intolerance... It's sad quite honestly :/
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Jaasp Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I know right? people are freakin blind XD
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punks-little-alien Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I'm pansexual and I don't think that what's between the legs should matter when it comes to love. If you only concentrate on what's between the legs then you are shallow and have been brainwashed from society.
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TornadoMetVolcano Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
me agrees d^-^
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Fynniona Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2012
I wished everyone would support it because love is love and it doesn't matter what gender and such you are.
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fanfics4ever Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
it's the number part that I just can't agree with. how can u love 2 or more people at once?
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DaiKunz Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's polysexual stuff I believe, I don't really know too much about the term though so I can't quite explain it ^^;
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VixenDra Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You can't.
It's just a myth created by people who want to have sex and live with more, and want others to support them and not call them sluts, what they are. Because love is widely accepted, they used it to excuse themselves and their lusts. If you have more mates you're more likely to have sex whenever you want. It has nothing to do with love, it's an act of egoism they try to hide.
(E.g. muslims don't think of love when they marry by definition... The idea alone that they're restricted to 4 wives(well, if you 'can' 'love' more than one person, then you 'can' 'love' unlimited number, not 'up to'), they have to be rich enough for each next wife and that women cannot have more 'husbands' while men can only proves they don't care about love in their marriage and breeding.)
Yet those of sluts who live in monogamous countries try to make it legal to have more 'wives'/'husbands' following the gays way, becuase it appeared to be successful to fight for 'the right to love' and rose the tollerance towards the fighters. Gays(and bisexuals) were honest in most of cases, most of them really fight for being allowed to marry whom they love, polysexuals(I can't use the oxymoron they use to call themselves: 'polyamory') just copied after them to gain acceptance for their lusts. And they succeeded to convince scaringly many people this way! Who knows if pedophilia or zoophilia wouldn't follow polyphilia if they tried to fight for these 'in the name of love' too...
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thefruitsong Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow!
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Lily-Death Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
i have a friend who happens to be gay ^^ and he's such an awesome guy! he threw duct tape at me the other day. i turned around all confused, to suddenly look up and see him standing across the room laughing his lungs out. so i threw PURPLE duct tape at him! :la:
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ProofrockPilchard Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012
I completely agree with you on every level. You are very wise in your opinions and I support this stamp.
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TammyTerror Featured By Owner May 21, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Very true. c:
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HikariKinawa Featured By Owner May 8, 2012
Tell that my disgust for men ^^;
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saphoto Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2012
or animal, age, race, robot...etc.

WHERE DO YOU DRAW THE LINE?!
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DaiKunz Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Right where you started at, lol
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DyingMarshmallows Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013
When you can marry the line
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monstermanga1022 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013  Hobbyist
rotfl :D k that 1 was just comin' there! ahahahahahahahahaha!
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Ryuuichi-kun Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012
Heck yeah ;)!
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sonicthehedgehog885 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2012
Woot!Im bi!
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DaiKunz Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Me too!! :D

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Hakudoushii Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Why did you include transsexuals and transgenders like they're a whole other sex/gender?
How is alienating and preventing them from being seen as normal good for your cause?
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CK-NoName Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2011
Whoa, I don't know exactly to what part of my essay you're referring, but I totally didn't mean it like that. Maybe if you could point out the specific instance of terrible wording, I could fix it? Alienating anyone was never my intention, and I will try my best to right any wrong I may have done.

I'm probably going to rewrite the whole essay anyway (my thoughts and I have matured quite a bit since 2008, I think), but it would still help if you could show me to my error so that I don't repeat it. I honestly have no idea what it was that went so wrong, and I've just come off of over an hour's worth of scouring the essay many times for it (and to think it's probably right there in the open, smacking me in the face with a shiny Magikarp!). I really want whatever it is fixed, though, so please do help me out here. :)
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Hakudoushii Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
'Man and woman? Go for it. Man and man? Sure. Woman and woman? Why not? Multiple wives or husbands? More power to ya. Transgender or transsexual in a relationship of any sort? Good on you!'

I know it wasn't meant like that; I do apologize if I was rude.
In context it looks like you were saying being trans* is a sexuality or even a situation of becoming a whole different sex. Instead of ostracizing and singling out trans*people as being different, you could just leave them under the umbrella of male, female, or 'genderqueer' as identified. It's just a suggestion, if you don't think it's necessary just ignore this.
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CK-NoName Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2012
Sorry for the incredibly late reply, but yeah, now I see it. Gosh, I can be a real loser sometimes.

The line in question has now been deleted as advised, so I hope that helps to clear the air a bit more. Thanks for cooperating with me on this, and I wish you much luck in life and love. :)
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Gnomshee Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2011   Traditional Artist
You're so right! :+favlove:
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NaExterioNa Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2011
And that's because love is stupid.
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