Friday, February 26, 2016




24 Microaggressions Endured by LGBT Folks


No one said being LGBT was easy. There's the hard stuff, like coming out to your family and being the whipping boys of the Republicans. Then there are the aggravating aspects of minority life — grievances that usually make us button our lip instead of screaming and preparing for battle. These microaggressions may not be the same as being gunned down in the street, but they sure as hell test your patience. Check out our list of microaggressions and tell us what we missed. (Source: The Adocate, Feb. 25, 2016)

  1. The giggles heard during a cinematic same-sex love scene...

  2. Holding your partner's hand and people staring like they just saw Lady Godiva ride down the street naked...

  3. Being forced to get a hotel room for a family wedding because your partner's granny isn't comfortable with two men sharing a bed in her home...

  4. Daring to ever read YouTube comments...

  5. Kissing your partner or spouse and people rolling their eyes, while straight couples slobber over each other and no one reacts...

  6. Talking about politics with your drunk uncle and he says, "You people have marriage, what else do you want?"

  7. ...... (Click here to read the full list, and leave a comment, if you wish)

2 comments:

joseph said...

vraiment plus la foule le dimanche à la messe!

another country said...

Nous ne nous en plaindrons pas...