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Stongly Homophobic 17 10.69%
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Old 26th July 2002, 21:02   #1
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Homophobia

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This comes from the April, 2002 issue of The Advocate (page 72):

Prof. Henry E. Adams of the University of Georgia gave psychological tests to a group of male college students which led them to be split into 2 groups: Homophobic and non-homophobic.
He then wired them up to a device called a penile plethysmograph, which measures sexual arousal, and showed them gay, straight, and lesbian porn videos.

The results: 80% of the homophobic males (and 34% of the non-homophobes) were moderately to strongly turned-on by homosexual porn, and significantly less aroused by straight porn than were the non-homphobic men.
Adams' conclusion: Homophobia is strongly related to an inablity to cope with homosexual impulses.


Of course, gays & lesbians have been saying the same thing for decades...

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Old 26th July 2002, 21:08   #2
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I hate homophobic people, I really do
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Old 26th July 2002, 21:24   #3
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i'm somewhat homophobic, the thing i dislike is when homosexuals doin sexuall stuff in public & when homosexuals are so provocing.

it's like, there's this guy(/girl) i know, he/she went public with his sexuality in 2000 and i was cool with it but two months later he got very disgusting and provocing and started to hit on almost every guy he saw, after he started to hit on me too much i totaly ignored him.

i believ that it's ok if you wanna homosexual but if you wanna "be sexual" in public then do it at home

i really liberal considering that i was raised very christianly

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Old 26th July 2002, 21:25   #4
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not with violence but with words, and confusing them.

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Re: Homophobia

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He then wired them up to a device called a penile plethysmograph...
I don't even want to know how that works, but I believe the more common name would have to be "woodometer".
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Old 26th July 2002, 21:28   #6
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i'm somewhat homophobic, the thing i dislike is when homosexuals doin sexuall stuff in public & when homosexuals are so provocing.

it's like, there's this guy(/girl) i know, he/she went public with his sexuality in 2000 and i was cool with it but two months later he got very disgusting and provocing and started to hit on almost every guy he saw, after he started to hit on me too much i totaly ignored him.

i believ that it's ok if you wanna homosexual but if you wanna "be sexual" in public then do it at home

i really liberal considering that i was raised very christianly
Seems unfair to me - us heterosexuals act that way in public all the time.
And the logic of the sentence in italics just escapes me.
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Old 26th July 2002, 21:34   #7
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Seems unfair to me - us heterosexuals act that way in public all the time.
i think pda is gross no matter who's doing it...

but anyways, my motto is "go with whatever floats your boat, as long as you're not rocking mine in the process."
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Old 26th July 2002, 21:44   #8
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I never really got the term "homophobic"... I mean, we don't say "semiticophobics" or "carniphobics", do we?

As for me, there are few things I hate as much as Gay Pride Parades. If I were to go rubbing against random women on the street, I'd be arrested

As for the results, I guess that's just Life imitating Art
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i'm pretty neutral to gays and lesbians. i'm not a big fan of gay rights parades, as rm' mentioned (running around and yelling that you're "proud" is not the ideal way of getting people to understand you, they'll just think you're deliberately excluding you...), but as for gays, no problem. i don't like to see gay men kissing, but then i see lots of things i don't especially enjoy seeing, every day. so, in conclusion, "neutral" (although i can't vote on this connection)

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Old 26th July 2002, 22:03   #10
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Gay parades shouldnt be allowed to happy

Pansies are often confised with gay people which is wrong.

I tend not to talk to strongly homophobic people as they usually end up looking at everything in black and white and end up annoying the shit out of me
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I'm not homophobic at all... I've always thought that people who were afraid of gay people felt intimidated or were just afraid to be around it for fear they would pick it up or something, but it doesnt bother me. My sister has a friend that is gay, and he's one of the coolest guys i've ever met...

my best friend is homophobic, and it gets on my nerves really bad cause prejudices like that come across as a bit shallow to me.

my other best friend wasnt homophobic, until a guy at work started being really open about being gay, and started hitting on my friend... now i think he's afraid... but i've been hit on by guys before, and i thought i was actually kinda funny, cause they knew that i was straight... i guess i'm comfortable enough with my heterosexuality that i just dont care... :-)

p.s. lesbians rock! i had a really good friend in school last year that was lesbian and we used to talk about the chicks in first block all the time...
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I think it's a terrible stereotype to call all heterosexual people "homophobes." The term in its self suggests that "homophobes" have an intense fear of "homo," whatever that may be. I, myself, believe that homosexuals should have their rights, but Heterosexual should also have rights, such as not being labled as "homophobes" just because we do not follow their choice in lifestyle. I'm sorry if I offended you, but, that's the way I see it, and if you disagree, I really don't care because my opinion is my own. You shouldn't worry so much about labeling people as "homophobes," because you're just becoming "heterophobes."
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Old 26th July 2002, 22:22   #13
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uh, banjoe... he didn't label heterosexual people as homophobes in general. i don't think anyone in this thread has...

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then where is the choice in the poll, "Straight and Quite Happy, Thank You."
Now I'm homophobic, right?
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Old 26th July 2002, 22:29   #15
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or neutral, or non-homophobic...

the question doesn't really apply to gay people, unless they scare themselves... hence the "gay and happy" tickbox...

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hmm... i think i'd better get the hell out of here before everybody reads that...
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Old 26th July 2002, 22:32   #17
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I'm somewhat homophobic. I'm fine with homosexual people as long as they don't rub it in people's faces. Then the homophobia kicks in. :P
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Old 26th July 2002, 22:35   #19
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Ok... I think I'd better apologize for that first post I made...
It was a bit out of line, and off topic I guess... If you must flame, PM me, nobody needs to see that here.
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Old 26th July 2002, 22:36   #20
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I'm between Stongly Homophobic and Somewhat Homophobic.

Like Rm I hate the term 'Homophobic'

That is all I shall say I think
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Old 26th July 2002, 22:48   #21
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I guess I'm pretty much neutral, despite the conditioning imposed on my generation. When I was a kid homosexuals were either strongly condemned or pointedly not spoken about.
Fortunately my father had a very strong sense of what was 'fair'. He was particularly anti-racist, very unusual for someone born before the First World War and with hardly any formal schooling.
From him I learned that there are much more important ways to judge a person.

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Old 26th July 2002, 22:50   #22
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I'm not homophobic but I can't say I like the idea at all or want to watch two guys kissing or what have you. That makes me feel pretty sick, but then I don't have a problem with people are doing what they want to do, so by all means do it just don't make me watch.

I don't get the point in gay pride marches, just what's the point? Why don't I start a non gay pride march? Because no-one cares that that is what I am and neither do I care that they are gay.

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I'm either neutral, or a little on the non-homophobe side. There is nothing wrong with being gay, and a lot of people either can't see that, or like the results from the test showed, are just insecure about their own feelings.

It's OK to be proud, gay or straight. That doesn't always mean, however, that you are a homophobe or heterophobe. Those pride march thingies use to make me happy (no, not like that ) because I thought "good for you, it's ok to be proud" but now i'm thinking that they are not the best way to handle things. So your proud, great, but you don't need to go flaunting it off to the world. I haven't seen any "Straight Parades".

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I'm between Stongly Homophobic and Somewhat Homophobic.

Like Rm I hate the term 'Homophobic'

That is all I shall say I think
Ahh Matt.. Alyways a pleasure to see that you are in here exactly how you are in AVS.

Turks killed some of my relatives in Cyprus when they invaded in 1974 but I have found it in me not to hate them at all.

I can put my hand on my heart and say that i HATE nobody. I may use the word hate but I NEVER mean it. Hate is such a strong word.

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I'm straight as a board, but there's one thing I've heard that made the most sense:

When you're choosing someone to be with, there's really no point in immediately leaving out half the population.

eh, heh.
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I'm somewhat homophobic. I worked in entertainment for awhile, so I got used to the presence of gays. (so many gay photographers... you know they are when the business card only has a first name) Some of them are really funny witty people. Or as a dense coworker put it- "You are like watching Will and Grace but in real life!"

But I've also been hit on twice by gay people and it was really unnerving- and that experience always makes me slightly ... awkward in their presence. Especcially the EXTREMELY overt gays.

Although... I suppose I would be awkard in the presence of someone who is an extreme womanizer.
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aye... everytime someone's views oppose homosexuality, they are labled "homophobes" by the glaad nazis. the same group that forces the lifestyle down children starting in kindergarten. or forces students to have roles as cross dressing men in school plays.
they have also secured tax payers money to fund disease spreading orgies in san fran instead of fighting HIV as promised.
you will not find those news reports outside of Foxnews.com

i do not hate people or groups, but i can correct or even judge on what choices people make. i will not just say "anything goes" when it's something so unhealthy. "anything goes" can lead to destructive and sick behavior. if that philosophy contines, nambla and other pedophiles may point to homosexuals and receive their own rights.

finally, i find the immoral behavior at those pride parades to be revolting. to parade around in that manner is absolute lewdness.
the whole purpose has turned from equal rights to some circus of groping, sexual acts, and mocking of heterosexual life and established religions.

(i'm not taking this back)
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(i'm not taking this back)
there's some good points in there, and some bad ones too. i can say, however, that as far as i know, none of what you accuse the "glaad nazis" of doing occurs in this country, to my knowledge.

also, it's fun to mock established religions. i mean, what are they established on, for a start?

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Old 26th July 2002, 23:20   #29
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Ah.. I don't really care who people spend their time with.. as long as they don't bother me with it.

For example, gay parades really are quite gay.
You don't see me having a parade because I'm straight, do you?
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i mean, what are they established on, for a start?
Choice real estate...
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I do agree with one thing Aeroe said: I don't like the pride parades, either. Of course, having been to some, they aren't really as bad as they're made out to be.

Now for the rest of it:

Just where in Indiana do you live, because in my part of it, there are no "Glaad Nazis." And what proof do you have of taxpayer money funding "orgies?"
Lastly, why do you automatically associate gays & NAMBLA? We look down on them, too! And we mock organized religion? That's probably a good thing.

I respect your right to an opinion, but you sound like a paranoid Pat Robertson sometimes.

And they have some REALLY choice real estate around here, Xerxes

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I'll say! I live a block or so away South Coast Plaza- the poshest mall in the state. Right next to it is the headquarters of the Trinity Broadcasting Network. It is absolutely appalling- and I dont mean architectually. Its an exquisite building, but... too exquisite. Everyone looks at it and knows where those viewer contributions have gone- right into the 30 or so some odd marble sculptures and topiaries in the lawn, or the onsite virtual reality center, i kid you not. Ever want to be crucified in real-time 3D?

An excess that made MANY people angry and still riles people is their christmas lite setup. Starting 2 christmases ago, they put up an incredible amount of lites... to the point of gaudiness. On the front facade (which you pass everytime you get on the highway) is a giant lighted "Happy Birthday Jesus!" message. I say "IS" because they never took it down after putting it up. It continued to be lit from december all the way through the midpoint of the California energy crisis of last year where they decided to turn off SOME of the lites. To this day half of the lites are on at nite- and the Happy Birthday message is still there but unlit. Still, this thing consumes megajoules of electricity everyday.

Every community has that one neighbor who leaves their lites on through the whole year - and in my case it is the Trinity Broadcast Network.
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Xerxes, have you ever seen the HQ of the Southern Baptists in Nashville? They have their own skyscraper (albeit a small one), right across from a huge "Lifeway" store. They basically own 50% of downtown Nashville. It's really distubing: A southern baptist Vatican.

[edit] I forgot to mention, Beau's ex works in that Lifeway store. A gay guy right in the center of Southern Baptist hell![/edit]

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I agree completely... TBN does nothing but give a bad name to all real christian organizations... But do you know where all the contributions go? The rediculous hair and makeup of that lady on the the shows. They also have gilded(sp) chairs.
Thanks aeroe... you put it so much better than I did
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I pass that place every once in awhile (the one Xerxes was talking about) - god awful (pardon the pun).

I call it the Jesus birthday cake.
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imho, homosexuality is against my beleifs and moral convictions, and is apalling to me. but thats not to say that a gay guy cant gain my respect. i mean, just becuase you're gay doesnt automatically make you a bad person.

now i do have a problem with so called 'flaming homosexuals', you know, the ones that wear purple and feathered boas all the time and generally have the appearance of boy george. and those pride parades. i mean, whens the last time you saw a strait pride parade? i agree with homosexuals having equal rights as humans, but we dont need special laws to protect them. i mean, if they want to be treated like everyone else, the need to have the same legal protections as everyone else.

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I derive much amusement from playing with the minds of homophobes. I'm straight, but I sometimes pretend to act "gay" and avoid saying one way or the other, just to confuse ignorant hateful bastards like the techno-phobic Matt (and hopefully to get them to think about the issue a little more).
In my experience, the (openly) non-straight people I've met have been a bit nicer and more interesting, on average, than the straight ones. Though it is a little annoying when you come across a truly disgusting guy who happens to be homosexual, and you feel like you can't complain about him without people possibly assuming you're a homophobe.
And can you (non-gay guys and non-straight girls) imagine a world without lesbian pr0n?
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Old 27th July 2002, 00:50   #38
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I like gay people. I mean...I only know about 5, but they are definately some of the coolest people I know.
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I'm between Stongly Homophobic and Somewhat Homophobic.
Unfortunately, it's not on the ballot

I've also got a problem of state funding going into things like teaching schoolchildren "homosexual sensitivity issues". That's just not a job the State has a business in. Besides, it smacks of hypocrisy. You want me to be more accepting? And you propose to do that how? By brainwashing children into something they may not necessarily have been brought up to believe. No- that's not right. If parents want their kids to be raised as close-minded bigots, that's their right. When the children growup and form their own opinions, they'll decide for themselves who to accept. It seems that the acceptance-nazis need to do some accepting of their own; not everyone is a "perfect" saintly example of tolerance as their are.

btw, a straight pride parade does exist. It's called Family Day, or something like that, although it's nowhere as lewd as your run-of-the-mill gay pride parade.
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on the flip side, i was pissed off when a huge "family values" campaign was started over here when the government tried to scrap an archaic law that forbade teachers from teaching anything about homosexuality in our schools. even how to practice things safely, if you decide to go that way in your life.

that, i thought, was a bit harsh.

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