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I’m a people person, for the most part. It all depends on the 5 W’s (& 1 H) of course, but nonetheless. I enjoy watching them, though, more so than their physical presence (current company notwithstanding). & there’s no particular reason for that, either. I’d say it’s along the same line of logic of how I’ll [text/tweet/email/bbmsg/update] with you all day, but literally, if you decide to call to ask me something–right at that same moment–to avoid finger strain, I won’t answer my phone. To which, you’d most certainly text me to ask me about, & we’d be back to square 1. I win. Anyway, people are amazing creatures. From a distance.
I’m always looking for something to look at, if you smell my cologne. Rightfully so, I’m interested in the inevitable point of convergence between legalizing gay marriage & the reoccuring trend of homicide by hate crime among young homosexual males. Surely the tragic news stories on TV will eventually make an issue out of it, because the collective media outlet’s respective jobs are to manufacture & facilitate anxiety & fear (that’s the only way to get people to buy into bullshit). A few suicide-murders in betwixt a handful of gay marriage protests is enough ammo for the Media to rattle an entire community for months, & only a fool would think that 5 deaths in less than a month is anything less than über unsettling to some 17 year old boy who just wants to be honest about who he
thinks he is.
Now, I’d never attempt to ever equate anything on Earth to the awesome horror of Black on Black violence, however there’s definitely a general, underlying theme between the aforementioned 2 parties, of unfounded, self-inflicted genocide. For illustrative purposes, it’s tantamount to how a main line of defense is to essentially murder itself, in the process of trying to stay alive. & again, in no way is this a comparison between the plight or struggle of young, closeted homosexual males & the Black community per se, but rather a question of if either group really wants to be taken seriously in the world in general. Because killing yourselves, & each othe,r is never a good way to prove a point. Unless it’s the point of those who want to see you nonexistent in the first place.
If I’ve learned 1 thing, being born when I was, it’s that resilience defines your movement. Whatever the endeavor. If you can keep pushing, overcoming the supposed obstacles & set-backs & pitfalls that wait, then at some point, people will take you seriously. Even if what you stand for makes no sense whatsoever. Also, in no way is this advocation, or even acceptance of alternative lifestyles, but that has nothing to do with right & wrong. There’s a right way & a wrong way to prove a point is all I’m saying.