Why do some people on here think it's OK to hate others?  Like homophobic people, or people against the LGBT community?

There are a few people on here, probably trolls with no life, friends or anything really, who use words like phagg, hom0 and all that stuff. 

Do these people truly believe they are better than others?  That they are so perfect, others are all weird?  Like what has to have gone wrong in their brains for them to be so rude?

Maybe they are jealous because others are happy and they are just miserable with their own STRAIGHT life?

P.S I'm not gay or bisexual, I am straight but just think these people are the scum of the earth.


GregKal, God doesn't exist.  He's not real, jesus chest so brain washed 

7 Answers

  • reme_1
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    As long as preachers promote hate from their pulpits the general public will think that gay bashing is ok.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    I personally am just trying to educate people with the Bible. 

  • Sky
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    First off, to GregKal:  your big book of bullshit fairy tales is as atrocious as it is worthless.  It's fiction, dude.  There is zero credible evidence for your invisible friend.

    To answer the question, people like to hate on others for the same childish reason it's been done for decades:  putting others down to create the illusion of being better or superior due to a sense of personal inadequacy.  They create a social ladder in their minds and think they need to knock others down it in order for them to be higher on it, rather than climbing that social ladder on their own merits.  Another aspect of it is what I call the trifecta of stupid--ignorance, prejudice, and laziness.  In short, they know little to nothing about those they hate, they negatively judge others based on that ignorance and/or incorrect assumptions, and they are too lazy to go read about them or meet some in person to learn about them and gain understanding.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    No one is "hating" anyone.

    The realists here simply point out that biological sex is real and immutable.

    That masculine and gorgeous gay men will always be cultural heroes.

    And that lesbian sex is impossible.

    That's all!

    Have a nice day.  

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  • 3 months ago

    We should all be loving and treat each other with respect.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    The rise of loudmouth Trump has given these previously closeted haters permission to be open and loud about their hate.

  • .
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    It's stimulating and justifies their prosperity.  

    "Tough love" is part of the bourgeois religion.

    Their "Tree of Life" upholds and enforces "severity" on others.

    In the belief of the Kabbalah, everyone needs severity to be a hero as well as mercy to help others to his level.

    In other words, you have to be strong yourself and then you can help others to be strong.

    In Western society, it puts people off when others are too servile, obsequious, sensitive, "nice", or taking or giving charity.

    The left pillar, also called the Pillar of Severity or the Pillar of Restriction, correlates to the mutable signs and contains the spheres Understanding, Severity, and Splendor.


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