While The Ceej understands why this is offensive, he has his own ideas on how to deal with it. What are they? Well, why don’t you read it?
The Ceej returns to his roots and applies anti-gay bigotries to blacks for the first time since he started this damn site, in spite of the fact that’s what he created it for.
Wilson: It seems your opinion is based in prejudice
Tim: I’m not prejudice
Wilson: Not against people, but against ideas
Ceej: Which leads to prejudice against people
Tim & Wilson: Who invited YOU on our show?
Ceej: Just read my article
“What kind of music do you listen to?” is a loaded question. Why? We don’t know. Ask Ceej or read his article.
Not really, but they say that, so I decided to argue for gay rights while giving them that ludicrous statement to show that it doesn’t really help their case.
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled on a controversial case. The ruling was offensive but, at the same time, right. Which one was it? That’s what the article is for. This is just an exerpt.
Something went wrong in Ceej’s advice in the first part? The bigot still wants to fight you? Well, it helps to know how to deal with that.
In light of all the gay kids that have been killed or hospitalised by homophobes, Ceej has decided his friend was right in telling him to share his experiences with inciting homophobes to back down. Ceej was wrong. It IS a big deal and he has no right to keep his strategies to himself.
The Ceej found a novelty bingo board filled with hateful things gays say to each other. One space doesn’t belong there, and Ceej explains why. Sound fun? We didn’t think so, but it’s more fun than it sounds. Give it a try. Ceej doesn’t own the rights to the board. It’s just linked off Reddit.
If you’re not eclectic, you’re prejudiced.