"I feel that I am super-straight. I cannot fathom the idea of having ____ with someone who is not the same biological sex as me even if they identify as trans. Don't get me wrong, I totally support people who are transgender. I just don't want to be with someone who is trans after they have told me that they are. It's just my sexuality, I can't change it. So many LGBT members flaunt their sexuality on social media, yet I am constantly discriminated against."
This is part of an on-going experiment among a few of my friends and I on the opinions surrounding the 'super-straight'... epidemic. (Take it or leave it.)
As much as this pains me to say, all views are respected...
Please mention what your first reaction was to/what is wrong (or right -_-) about this perspective.
If you are comfortable to do so, please include your romantic/sexual orientation and/or your gender identity. If you are new to all of this, (☞ﾟヮﾟ)☞ I gotchu:
Normalized sexuality throughout our society a.k.a. default setting = cishet (cisgender heterosexual)
Definition: Birth sex matches your identity. You are attracted to the opposite gender.
Alas, the journey has come to an end. Haaaappy belated pride month guys, gals, gays and theys! Thank you for your valuable input.
NOTE: (I'm sorry. I am aware that I must be neutral and un-biased. However, I cannot help but throw shade T-T "iT's juST mY sEXuaLitY, I cAn'T cHaNGe iT.")