This is meant for other people on here who identify as LGBTQA+ whatever
I remember that, apart from my Christian experiences, I never thought being gay was a bad thing. I was weird enough to tell people I was asexual, so clearly standing out never bothered me. What does it mean for you to be queer?
For me it’s a very positive thing. I feel special. Especially with the way the world is changing and how evolving treatment of queer people is showing us about the human condition on a macro level, how we interact with each other as a society. How we’re learning to be more compassionate at various levels and thus know ourselves better.
I think a lot of straight people struggle with identity growing up. As people you always compare yourselves to others, and wonder what it is about you that makes you special. Being gay makes me feel special cause I’m part of an exclusive club. So it’s one aspect about myself I really like.
In this era we’re being portrayed as revolutionaries of love, and the apparent growing number of queer people is supposed to be because collective humanity is ascending, since in the spirit world sexuality and gender is more naturally fluid.
If healing ourselves heals the world, making our relationship with our own queerness positive will help to heal LGBTQ as well. And in extension humanity. Cause we’re the ones living queerness, not religious homophobes. We get the ultimate say in what queerness is because we’re the ones experiencing it and living it intimately.