It’s normal and natural to feel discomfort over being forced to witness that which is not normal, such as two men kissing and feeling each other up.
Virtue-signaling Americans love faggots. But perhaps virtue-signaling is getting tiresome to at least some.
Excerpt from NY Mag
A new report out from GLAAD suggests that there has been something of a retrenchment in comfort with gay equality. The massive gains of the last couple of decades have stalled a little. While the percentage of people who support equality for gays, lesbians, and transgender people remains at a high of 79 percent, more people are expressing some discomfort: “In 2014, for example, 27 percent of non-LGBT Americans said they would be ‘very’ or ‘somewhat’ uncomfortable looking at a wedding picture on an LGBT co-worker’s desk. The following year, that figure dipped to 25 percent. Now, it has returned to 27 percent.” The survey shows a similar rise in discomfort in several other day-to-day situations.
The following bar graph ran today in the Daily Stormer.