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What in the shit damn hell is this logic single moms are turning out flamboyant gay sons? Oh, I don’t know, because a black women can’t raise a straight son?! Are we that scared of gays we are just making up shit now? My son is so straight I can’t even beg him to be gay. Believe me, I’ve tried. I like causes. I wanted to sponsor his. He won’t be gay, so I don’t have any home causes to crusade. My life is shit.
What of all the straight men raised by single, black moms? What about all the gay black men raised by two parents? People sit around on the internet and spread all of this hate without a damn toothpick to stand on. Where is their science to support this school of thought? Oh, that’s right. One doesn’t exist except in the minds of bigots and hateful lames!
Black people stay doing and saying the dumbest things. And it’s so disappointing. Oh yes, other races do too, other religions since many religious blacks are Christians, but we always sound the stupidest, and we end up suffering the most from our prejudiced views against minority groups when we always, always end up worse off.
I point out blacks because there is one particular guy out there helping to spread this ideal that black single moms are so terrible, scarily declaring no need for a male figure in their sons’ lives, they resolutely hurt their children’s wellbeing, their sexuality, because black men ain’t shit, they don’t need no man.
No woman needs a no good man. That’s nothing radical to say. Other races of women say the same thing. A woman is a woman. A gay son is a gay son. Stop reducing sexuality down to one or two simple ass factors that have no place other than to cover up more glaring and respectfully deeper issues.
ALL sons need a male figure. Daughters do too. What about gay black gay women? Damn! I keep forgetting they are all gay because they hate men because one too many did them wrong in the past. They had to hate the dick to get on. And you know black bisexual women are just so because they were molested as kids. They are confused and will go back to the straight life depending upon how fruitful the financial opportunities offered to them by the transgender men they’ve been hypnotized into relationships with.
A mother can be angry, even with a man active in the child’s upbringing. Sexuality is too complex for you to think so simple of it. If you don’t understand something, say you don’t, then go read.
It’s so bad out here, there are trans people going along with this diminishing philosophy against everything non-heterosexual. So now, not only are we teaching ourselves to hate others, we are shouting from the rooftops to hate ourselves. Oh wait! We’ve been doing that for years. Yea, I know. It is time for something completely new.
If the gays and their backgrounds gotcha so bent, go jump off the edge of the earth, and that shit ain’t even flat. That fool is forever connected to that stupid ass school of thought. See what you’ve done to yourself. You’ve put yourself down in history as an ignorant, hateful ass, fool of the likes of forgotten explorers and Tommy Sotamayor.
I produce work that shows life as it is. The things I write about, not talking about the sex part horn dog, they are all common in any community of people, yet I have still had to endure discrimination of my books. People seem to have a problem with anything that doesn’t fit their clean, little perceptions and classifications. As LGBTQ people have to face generally negative judgement from heterosexuals in everything we do and towards much of what we say, those who claim to be down for the cause aren’t always so inviting to the black gay male character leading a book of explicit sex and high drama, or the trans, and most definitely that bisexual I wrote about named Tanea (from “You Ain’t The One”). She seems to piss folk off the most. Believe me, I’ve had to “cyber march” for my books on many fronts, in the marketplace and in private forums. I do find it obscene, these judgements and snubs, but I don’t find them unusual. Remember, I’m a black woman, a single mom, and I sport pink, purple, and blue at the same time. It’s all in a day’s work for an author like me.
Bring your discrimination. I’ll take it times two. I’ll raise your blood pressure by 100 points, and in more ways better than one.
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