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) into this battleground with their comprehensive study of people like me: .It’s an important book with an academic feel that grows more pastoral as you read on.As he says upon examining the totality of his research, “LGBT people — especially gay men — are not inherently progressive voters.Give them the chance and they will vote for xenophobia, for racism, and for misogyny.” Only if LGBT voters keep their wits about them — able to identify homophobic policies even when delivered with a pro-gay veneer, able to point out queer candidates who despite how they self-identify are not good for the greater LGBTQ community, able to shrug off their inherent privilege (in the case of gay men specifically) — will the entire LGBTQ umbrella secure a seat at the proverbial table.The general course of most couplings involves going out on dates where people have to find interesting things to discuss, through continued interactions it builds intimacy, trust, and closeness, and hopefully good sex, commitment and love comes afterwards. Some of the most boring conversations in the world can be where someone just repeats: “Yes, me too.” For some, the most attractive quality in a partner is to have someone who’s different and challenges what one thinks.
One day, someone will be expressing disgust toward your “fundamentalist” beliefs.
Gay men have begun to “throw those with less status under the bus to cling onto their newfound privilege.” Endowed with the right to marry and no longer encumbered by sodomy laws or employment blacklists, gay men have begun to vote more like men, full stop.