Persuasive Speech: Homosexuality

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Have you ever called someone a “fag”, said “that’s so gay”, or used gay as another word for “bad”? If you’ve stopped saying those phrases by now, thank you. If you continue to say things like that, you are being very ignorant. Do you know the history behind the word “faggot”? Do you know that being gay isn’t a bad thing, it’s just a sexuality? Did you know that some people in the world are attracted to people of the same gender, but it is still love and it should be just as valid as heterosexuality?

Being gay has been treated as a horrible thing in history and still today. People are becoming more accepting of all love, no matter if it is between a woman and a woman, a man and a man, a woman and a man, or neither with either. Love prevails,
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I guess we can’t take them to Starbucks, either, or they’ll turn into an actual latte.
Also, lesbians won’t hit on every girl they see. If you are attracted to boys, do you hit on every boy you see?
Also, if you support the lgbtq+ community, it doesn’t make you gay.
Also, saying you accept homosexuals but you are against gay marriage is really weird. “Oh yes, of course I support LGBT, but no, they cannot get married like straight people can.” That is so stupid.
Also, not “unnatural.” Homosexuality is found in over 450 species. Homosexuality is found in only one.
People of all sexualities should support heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, or any other sexuality, because all love is valid.

What if the roles were switched?
Y’all, let’s contemplate this.
No one I’ve heard use “straight” or “heterosexual” as an insult. Really, it isn’t offensive because being heterosexual is not considered bad by some people. Heterosexuality hasn’t been significantly discriminated against in history and up to now. Saying, “[Insert unattractive clothing item] is so straight.” makes no sense. Example, “THose shoes are so straight.” It doesn’t make sense, and neither does substituting straight for gay in that
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