Coming Out of the Closet: You Can’t Please Everyone

You can’t please all the people all the time. Once again this is proven by entertainment news as former Miss America contestant Djuan Keila revealed her sexual orientation as Queer. Uproars are to be expected of course, but not in the LGBTQ commnity. How is that offensive to homosexuals? Some people felt the need to critique her using the word queer becuase they wanted a more specific label. If it was a cartoon the sheer ridiculousness would be funny.

If I was a celebrity or very high profile I would stay far away from socialmedia because of all the insecure bullies who don’t think twice about sewing toxic words into the world. Well I wouldn’t read the comments anyway.

That’s so disturbing that people are upset with how she labels herself. It’s as if they cannot accept that her identity is dependent on the way she sees herself based on persoal knowledge and experiences. I doubt any of those trolls would appreciate having their labels dissected and torn apart the way they are acting towards her. Life is all relevant so stop judging others!

T.H.E. Blog:  http://the-humanexperience.com/former-miss-america-contestant-comes-out-as-queer-and-upsets-some-lesbians/

Djuan’s Bloghttp://2life7.blogspot.com/2014/02/turning-they-into-we.html

Isn’t it inspiring that so many people around the world from different classes and careers are coming out and letting the world see that homosexuality is just as natural as heterosexuality? I love reading posts like this. I look forward to the day when someone says they’re LGBTQ and no media outlet cares to pick up the story. 🙂

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