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Homophobic Comments That Got Shut TF Down By Internet Heroes

Is there anything more satisfying than seeing some ignorant jerk get called out on the Internet? Well, I suppose it's a little more satisfying to see it happen in real life, but that just is quite unlikely to witness. On the Internet, we have more time to come up with the most beautiful clap back and we can share it with the world and relish and the fact that it did indeed happen. We can share screenshots with our friends and remind them to never cross us, it's one of the little joys in life.

Homophobic Comments That Got Shut TF Down By Internet Heroes| thumbnail text - Naj As a straight male, how would u feel about your child having a homosexual school teacher?! Who their around for 8hrs of the day! flesh-colored @haitreason If a gay teacher teaches my child the difference between they're, their, and there, I'm good. 9:36 PM - Dec 30, 2015 O 15.8K Q 14.3K people are talking about this
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Homophobic Mother-In-Law Continuously Tries To Guilt Son's Fiance Into Converting

Mothers-In-Law aren't always a handful, but when you look at the 'Am I The A-Hole' community page on Reddit, it can really seem that way. It is true on some level that they will always put their own child's needs first, considering they are blood, but that doesn't mean they have to be completely awful to their child's spouse. We wonder how many in-laws are the entire reason that some couples don't make it because their snide comments and lack of boundaries can sure do a lot of damage.

Homophobic Mother-In-Law Continuously Tries To Guilt Son's Fiance Into Converting| Thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/30PercentSane · 20h 3 AITA for throwing my mother-in-law out of the house when she asked me to convert? Not the A-hole
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Straight Men Expose The Strange Things They Were Told Not To Do Because 'That's Gay'

It's very exciting that society has seemingly finally reached a point where most empathetic people do not use 'That's so gay' as an insult. Meaning, homosexuality is more normalized today than it was when millennials were growing up. But, that being said, there were so many things that people deemed not fit for straight men, and those comments definitely linger in your mind, even if you know it was a ridiculous statement.

On Reddit, straight men are revealing the ridiculous things they were cautioned not to do because such things were 'too gay.'

Straight Men Expose The Strange Things They Were Told Not To Do Because 'That's Gay'| Thumbnail text - irishamerican • 313d 2 Awards At work I once complimented another man on his outfit. My male co-workers looked at me as if I had asked if he had naked photos of himself I could see. 40.4k
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