Really Matter?


"What people do in the privacy of their own
home is their own business"
 

While this sentiment typically derives from
decent intentions it is inherently void of any
meaningful applications.  It speaks to the
notion of 'tolerance' and, here again;
'tolerance' provides no avenue for
understanding or social inclusion and  
There is broad misperception that the 'sex'
in homosexuality (and heterosexuality for
Does it
Sexual orientation is more about an attraction of spirit as
opposed to exclusively, or primarily, one of physical
appeal.  It is about who is trusted, who fulfills the needs of
the spirit, and of whom can be shared the darkest of
fears and the greatest of dreams.  
Sexual orientation is a big deal; it shapes
beliefs, perceptions and affiliations.  It can
be a force driving misunderstanding and
If to make acquaintance with any individual considered 'homophobic' he/she will
likely make high-priority and waste little time assuring their  'straightness' is
clearly understood.  Tho with less intensity, this would likely hold true for those
who are 'straight'  yet hold no irrational prejudices.   Sexual Orientation matters!
provides no immunity against
discrimination. It presumes/implies sexual
orientation is defined by the  sex act.
To Illustrate (hopefully)...
despair or it can be a force  liberating the individual soul to enjoy fulfillment and
happiness.  And it to this end for which the term 'Choice' does appropriately apply.
that matter) applies primarily, if not exclusively, to the act of sex as opposed to an application
pertaining primarily to gender.  Certainly both references apply but the order of importance is
typically inverted while simultaneously distorted in perspective

Sexual Orientation

A Matter of

If to make acquaintance with any individual considered 'homophobic' he/she will likely make high-priority and waste little time assuring their 'straightness' is clearly understood. Tho with less intensity, this would likely hold true for those who are 'straight' yet hold no irrational prejudices. Sexual Orientation matters!