With the relaxed attitudes in society these days toward homosexuality, why is it that a person’s sexual preference is still a measure of who they are?

Heterosexual people don’t come ‘out’, so why should you if you are gay?

What confounds me is why it’s anyone’s business what your sexual leanings or preferences are, and why anybody feels that they have to make such a big thing of it unless they are searching for a partner?

4 thoughts on “Random Thoughts – May 30 2013

    1. I’m not sure what lead me to that particular random thought (particular randomness – now there’s an oxymoron, like diverse equality!). Probably came off the back of a conversation about the myth of democracy and equality in many industries.


  1. I have the same challenge, my answer may come from a different place. That being: as we are in the space of learning the lesson, we are caught up in ego, which creates a need to be heard, right and in control. I may not like what they do, simply because it’s unnecessary suffering. However, like it or not, spiritually I understand why it happens. And there’s not a damn thing we can do about it!!! Confining isn’t it?


    1. Well that’s the thing, where you have a notion of diversity and individual identity, you also have limitation and prejudice. I understand that one all too well for myself.
      It was a thought that I know for myself that I can answer, but I just felt the need to put it out there. I guess my aim is not to get answers but to encourage debate, and challenge thinking. I hear you though Christopher. Thank you for stopping by friend.


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