Often overlooked in awareness promotion to strengthen all young LGBTQ+
Gay is normal. Not as in The New Normal. Some people just want to be. I’m addressing LGBTQIA+s who want to be normal. You are. You’re not an abnormality, even as homophobes and pro-Gay activists say you are. You are not destined to be more hated, loved, or special than everyone else.
So much hatred and bigotry in the news! One thing is often overlooked when demonstrators and opinion makers supply antidotes. Not everyone wants to be a holy minority member, have an activist agenda, be an issue.
Not all non-heterosexuals and/or non-cis-genders want to be categorized, labeled, or singled out. Not for attacks, for protection, or for discussion. They don’t want to be accepted, helped to fit in, or stand out. They want bigots to be stopped because they spread hatred, not because of them.
Some rather start a heterosexual marriage, or prefer to be misgendered.
And to those who quietly want to follow what G^d gave them (the need for a same-sex lover, no partner, any human spouse, or some change of sex appearance to answer to the Biblical norm that our outside should reflect our inside), life is hard enough (having to come out privately all the time). But don’t pity them. Everybody has hardships. That too is normal.
Many Jews can feel that. They too want to be seen as just human. Not loved, hated, or singled out as extra special, different, holy, or wicked.
Some NCaNHs (Non-Cis and Non-Heterosexual) want to be in the non-hassle compartment. If you have an issue with that, deal with it. But leave them alone about this. There is an archaic word that covers this: privacy.