Discussion in 'Community' started by JoinTheSchwarz, Jul 3, 2008.
Arlol has the gay.
Oh my, my family must think I'm insane. I've been laughing like a madman.
I heard this post as:
I chuckled at that, but that's not how I said it.
arlon, what stage would you say you're at if not the beginning?
None at all
ah, so your journey is complete.
Unless he stopped for grits in Denial?
No, I'm not in it at all. No stages at all because I'm not going through it at all.
it sounds like you've moved on to acceptance. i'm happy for you.
Just because I like musicals doesn't make me gay. It's you like rapping Tom. You rap but that doesn't make you gangster or a hip hop artist.
Tom is 100% gangsta
Arlol's about 30% gay.
It's also accusatory and stereotypical to say what's being said about me.
Why is it a stereotype? Not all musical loving gays are racist, surely?
I saw that comment and starting thinking about Geto Boys' "Damn it feels good to be a gangsta" from Office Space. Then, I thought of this:
Which made me happy. Thanks
@harpuah for that!
So all guys in theater are gay? Or anyone who likes musicals are gay?
I'm pretty sure the people here on this forum who like musicals and things as well, most of them are in fact not gay and thus blasting all of your hypothesises.
A stereotype is something attributed to a certain group due to something that has been around in that group which was seen, but in fact not necessarily practiced by said group like all black men are thugs or hispanics are illegal and etc.
This is all I took away from that post.
I'm sure there's a cover for that out there.
I don't know how to pluralize that word
edit: Again, the hip hop thing is an example of stereotype as is the black and hispanic thing
Also... Tom is a hip hop artist.
But he isn't the "hip hop" artist of stereotyping. That's what I'm trying to say,
I didn't know if there was a plural form of the word, so I just made one up for it. I do that a lot.
What is the hip hop artist of stereotyping?
Try and say it coherently.