Top 10 Worst LGBT StereotypesAs a member of the LGBT community, I'd like to confirm that these stereotypes are dumb and pointless. I've seen them online and heard them on the street and oop-
Just because one transgender is a child predator that doesn't mean all of them are. I don't even think that person's transgender. Probably just an act just to see underage girls in the bathroom.
It's an awful and untrue stereotype as well as unfair to all the good transgender people I know
In some cases it is true (I.e. Jeffree Star and especially James Charles, who I hate). I usually imagine men who happen to be gay to be more masculine that some straight people.
Honestly, I thought this when I was a little girl. Forgive me.
Not always the case. A lot of gays are masculine too.
Not to toot my own horn, but I'm ace and I'm pretty mature for my age. I really don't like the stereotype that Aces are being "childish". Being told "you're too childish" as an Ace is really hurtful because we grow up under the assumption that there's something wrong with us (and of course, there isn't) or that we're just late bloomers because, according to society, everyone should feel sexual attraction right? No. It is hard to come to terms with being Ace because how can we understand not feeling sexual attraction when we don't know what it feels like in the first place? We're not being childish. And some of us are old people too
I used to think this too but it's not really the case. Some people just don't feel sexual attraction to others.
Some people just don't feel sexual attraction to others, that's how it is. It's childish to think anything else
I dress look and dress up like a stereotypical lesbian (short hair, flannel, suits over dresses at formal events) but I am heterosexual.
That applies to me, my hair is short. But it doesn't have anything to do with me being les.
Some keep it long.
That's so rude. Just because someone likes both genders doesn't mean they're a slut. I'm bisexual myself and confirm it's false.
That's... I don't know what to say.
Where did this come from?
Basically, aromantic is feeling little to no romantic attraction but can feel sexual attraction. Some people are just not capable of romantic feelings. No need to put em down for it.
I'm aromantic as well as asexual. I know a bit about what pimps are and I (and possibly other aro's) aren't pimps.
False. A polyromantic relationship is consented through all partners.
Whoever came up with this...
Not everyone does this. Only a few self entitled morons. Once again, a small amount in a community doesn't determine an entire community.
More than a few and they make sure they ram their views down people's throats via the media et al.
A few bad apples in the community or most communities in general don't rot up the entire orchard
I've never understood the logic behind this. How in the world does being attracted to more people = being more likely to cheat?
In all honesty, this has got to be one of the most ignorant and biased LGBT stereotypes I've ever heard.
Liking both genders =/ cheating on your partner.
You know, cause when a guy has a crush on another guy, it logically follows that he is a pedophile. (this is sarcasm)
Huh? People actually think this?
Most of them aren't
No we are not. We don't have to "PiCk A sIdE! 1! " We are still bi no matter what gender our partner is.
I never understand why people call Aces "straight". Straight literally means someone who is heterosexual heteromantic. Straight people are Allosexual. Aces are literally the opposite of Allo. Aces are not straight (but some of them are heteromantic. Still doesn't mean they're straight)
Like what? The entire point on "nonbinary" is that their gender identity is neither boy nor girl. Just as there are intersex people who in terms of biological sex are neither 100% biologically male nor 100% biologically female, there are also people who in terms of gender identity are neither 100% identify as a boy nor 100% identify as a girl their gender identity is either somewhere in between or none at all.
I'm demisexual (a person who does not experience sexual attraction unless they form a strong emotional connection with someone) and I hate it.
False. It's just preference. I know plenty of gay men. Some wear makeup, some don't.