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What Kind Of Homophobe Are You?

Time to get serious and challenge your worldview!

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  1. What do you associate with being gay?

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    Sin
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    Guilt
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    Happiness
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    Style
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    Extravagance
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    Difference
  2. Your friend just gave you a call and came out to you. How do you react?

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    I play it off with a joke and change the topic.
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    I scream out of happiness and immediately ask them to go on a shopping trip with me to celebrate.
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    I hang up.
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    I make sure everything about our friendship stays the same.
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    I express my sincere happiness that they have found the strength to come out.
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    I start a conversation about what being gay is like.
  3. What do you think about the word faggot?

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    What about it?
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    It's an accurate description of.. well.. faggots.
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    It's a slur word that must not be used to refer to gay men, unless it's gay men using it in an empowering way.
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    My gay best friend gave me permission to use it!
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    It bothers me, but I don't call people out for saying it.
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    I know it's a bad word, but this is America and we have the freedom of speech.
  4. You're in a restaurant and the gay couple sitting next to you is being kicked out. How do you react?

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    I'm sad for the couple but I don't take action.
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    I intervene, talk to the staff and encourage other customers to stop this homophobic activity.
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    I'm happy the staff finally reacts to my complaints about the couple forcing their beliefs on me.
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    I know that freedom of religion is protected under the first amendment and hope that the couple will respect other people's religion in the future.
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    I'm scared but I don't intervene.
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    I take a video of it, post about it on Facebook and express my anger about the situation, but I don't directly intervene.
  5. What is the most important problem the LGBT community needs to tackle in 2017?

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    The most important problem is the systematic discrimination of traditional families by the homosexual agenda.
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    I don't know any problems of the gay community because I'm not a part of it.
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    Instead of ranking the importance of issues, let's tackle all of them at once. Whether it's donating blood, adopting children or being discriminated in the workplace, we need to end all discrimination to end systematic homophobia.
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    Let's just all become nicer people!
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    Legal homophobia is not a thing. Let's focus on real problems like mass unemployment or border security.
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    Although I do agree with gay rights activists, we shouldn't overwhelm society and only do what a societal majority wants. We're a democracy after all.
  6. Last Question: Are you homophobic?

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    I'm trying to be the least homophobic I can, but I have to keep checking myself and educating myself on LGBT issues to be a good ally.
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    If being a proud heterosexual is considered homophobic nowadays, hell yeah I am!
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    I'm not homophobic, I just want the world to be a good place for everybody, even homophobes.
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    I'm not homophobic! I relate to gay people because I love watching Rupaul's Drag Race.
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    I'm not homophobic, in fact, I talk to my gay friends a lot.
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    I'm okay with people being gay, but it's just not me.
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