Be careful who you hate it could be someone you love LGBT shirt, mens v-neck
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
ude I’m 24 and I still wanna go to a camp like this. Just to be around people who understand and have similar life experiences and are accepting. Be careful who you hate it could be someone you love LGBT shirt Plus it looks really fun tbh May these folks grow up loving themselves and not dealing so many issues that the generations before then had to.
Be careful who you hate it could be someone you love LGBT shirt
Man as a 21yr old queer dude I’m torn between so happy for younger folks and jealous. I wish this had been around when I was exploring who I was- but as much as it could’ve helped me, I’m so glad that society can move forward and have these LGBT+ places that are more than just bars. Nothing against gays Be careful who you hate it could be someone you love LGBT shirt but this is a little extra. Surrounding yourselves with people in the same boat as you will not help you out in the real world where LGBTQ is frowned upon by many people.
I’m not too fond of the inherent segregation involved in this myself, but I actually have a greater issue. These are kids. Whatever their sexual identity may or may not be, give them time to be kids for crying out loud. What we do in the bedroom (and who we do it with) really shouldn’t be that big of a deal, it certainly shouldn’t define who we are as a people.
Be cool and be yourself
you say that like these kids don’t know anything about the “real world”. trust me, queer kids know about the discrimination that exists in the “real world”. having a safe space away from that and meeting people like them is really important for LGBT+ youth. So parents should send their kids to a regular camp where they will get bullied constantly? There might be camps that are welcoming and have very good no-bullying policies but many don’t.
They have 350 days out of the year to deal with the “real world” and all the discrimination and ignorant people. Why can’t they have just a little break and go somewhere they can feel FREE! Big burden lifted off their shoulders and everyone is affirming and supportive and they can be themselves? If you’re not gay or lesbian in the bedroom, you’re not gay or lesbian. Most of these kids are virgins? According to whom? Moreover there’s plenty of things people can do and still remain a virgin that I would not want to hear about someone under 16 doing. Even if its the future bedroom, it’s still about the bedroom any way you look at it. It’s about sexual identity and who you choose to identify with, on, or under. Yes, parents should send their kids to regular camps. Do you honestly believe that every gay kid that ever went to a non-LBGTQ+ summer camp got bullied?
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