Not mutants, but something we call Zoosapiens - human in form, beast in spirit. And we do have a bit of a sci-fi tone to us, but I cannot reveal who we are. We're secretive; we may talk about our beliefs, but we can't reveal our name, allies, or fellow servants.
You can't just say that. And yes, I've had gay best friends. The one that I had last year was bi, yet she understood me perfectly and she didn't mind the fact that I'm christian(she's gone to another state now). And also, I didn't mind the fact that she's bi, at first I did, but then I learned that, damn, she's the same, or at least she HAS the right the be treated the same way as all of straight people.
Why can't you accept the fact that gay people are the same as all of us?
They're just different with sexual "deviations" but they feel, they see, they are the same as all of us.
(sorry if you don't understand my spelling, my original language is not english.)
T-WeaverFeatured By OwnerMar 14, 2007Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, when a Mummy and a Daddy love each other very much, they go to bed with each other.
9 months later the stalk brings a baby and places it in their cabbages.
They go out the next day and huzzah! Gay Baby!
Straight people are, of course, brought by the bird's and left in a bee's nest, duh.