I have a really good female friend that has been in a relationship with another female for 4 years now. They are often frowned upon when they are out in public which I think is wrong. I believe that love is love and gender is not an issue. As long as you are both happy and being treated right, that is all that counts :)

Posted by Mum of 5 darlings :), 25th September 2015

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  • yeah well these days there are hundreds of labels for people who have the “identity crisis” and don’t know what to label their identity or sexual preference.

    but basically LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE! #NoHate #LoveMakesTheWorldGoAround


  • I agree. You can’t help who you fall in love with.


  • My kids just take it for granted that some people are gay.


  • I have gay in laws, I don’t notice anyone frowning or sniggering at them, and we are in a small rural community. They’re accepted for who they are not what they are. They are very lucky


  • I agree absolutely with you!!


  • We have come a long way and I cannot imagine that too many people would care these days.

    • We live in a time that has changed in many ways for the better! Sexual orientation does not determine a persons value and worth in society. Quite frankly, it is no ones business – and a person should be judged on what they say and do in life. Actions definitely do speak louder than words! There is still a long way to go in getting rid of prejudice but we are on the way…!


  • Makes no difference to me. If they are happy, that is all that matters


  • Each to their own, it’s usually the older ones who don’t understand. Or those that have have experienced the flamboyant or showy that give a bad name.

    I know both genders who I believe we’re born that way. I also know someone who had several bad relationships who decided it would be easier with the same sex & has always been a ‘look at me’ so fits their purpose. Not a fair comment, but not said by only 1.

    My comment is only said because not everyone is genuine like your friend. So others who look may be judging with different tinted glasses. Their problem, not yours & not your friends.


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