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February 6th, 2015, 4:56 am

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Reply Lesbian Comics, February 6th, 2015, 4:56 am

STORY TIME! One time in high school, about a few weeks into first coming out to my friends and just starting to be more public at school, my girlfriend at the time wanted me to come with her to a school dance. She thanked me for going (Because I hate dances) and we hugged. THEN WITHOUT SKIPPING A BEAT a teacher came up to us and told us to stop "touching" because of dance policy. Then a pretty big chaperon stood guard near us. At first I thought nothing of it, because the school was pretty ridiculous with their "no touching" policy at dances. However, my girlfriend at the time mentioned that they were being extra harsh with us, because we were gay. At first I didn't believe it, because I couldn't believe a teacher would single us out, until I saw a guy and a girl on top of each other aggressively making out across the room. A chaperon was standing near them and more were walking by them and not one said a word or even asked them to get off each other. Apparently the "dance policy" only applied to us. And this was the first time I experienced discrimination!

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Reply SuperScratchkat, February 6th, 2015, 9:51 am

Well, that sucks major butts! Probably a stupid question, but did you happen to bring it to the attention of the higher-ups?

Reply Murohshei, February 6th, 2015, 11:01 am

*facepalm*

Reply Rabidhoneybear, February 6th, 2015, 8:11 pm

Similar thing happened to my girlfriend and I at the local pool -_-

Reply cedarfall, February 11th, 2015, 9:16 am

happened to me on the city bus. i've got straight friends who kiss all the time on the bus, but one morning, me and my girlfriend kissed, and the driver actually pulled the bus over to yell at us.

Reply TheLazyBassist, February 13th, 2015, 3:19 pm

@cedarfall: This can't be serious. Did the driver really spend extra time and energy to yell at you on a matter that isn't really his/her business whatsoever? I'm a straight guy with no personal experience of people's attitudes to homosexuals (I didn't even realize people could have a problem with homosexuality until someone said it to me) but hearing stories from my bi friend and people around the world makes me walk around with my jaw on the ground. How an earth does one argue for discrimination on sexual orientation? I don't understand it.

Reply FlameHazeKatsu, February 16th, 2015, 3:00 pm

I try not to stare and watch at school dances LOL

Reply cedarfall, April 21st, 2015, 1:15 pm

@FlameHazeKatsu: i simply dont go to school dances. i'm a senior, and i just passed up on prom last weekend.

Reply Capgod, April 24th, 2015, 11:32 pm

Evil plan!! That discrimination. I would have sat next to everyone that was making out and hugged let them say what they will. Eventually everyone would stop or they would give up.

Reply R.I.P, May 22nd, 2015, 9:03 am

I had something similar with one of the heads of houses...
I was hugging and kissing a girl, in one of the rooms, as she walked past...and she actually did a double take with a look of horror written across her face. Afterwards I discovered that she was against it, I viewed it as a small victory against close mindedness. My friends and I still laugh about it to this day.

I'm not generally one for deep kissing or anything in public anyway, simply because I find it awkward and embarrassing... and if I'm eating I don't want to look up and see a couple eating each other's faces off...because eewww no, I want to finish my lunch before I lose the half I've just eaten please.

I don't mind hand holding, hugging of a light kiss or peck or something, but I just think anything more than that should be saved for somewhere private... so I'd have kicked that couple out of that dance haha.

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