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Really upsetting how the trans cult has poisoned no many words. I groan whenever I see the word LGBT anymore now. I know plenty of people use LGB, but I've honestly grown to hate the whole acronym thing because of all this. I guess when it comes down to it, LGB is united by homosexuality/ same-sex attraction.

When I look at LGB Alliance's Twitter feed, I often see people accusing them of biphobia when they only say lesbian and gay. I find that silly. All LGB people experience same-sex attraction and bisexuals are technically homosexual as well, just not exclusively homosexual. So I guess I'm just going to say homosexuals or same-sex attracted from now on. For me personally, I think it's the most clear and concise way to speak the truth in this sea of trans foolery. Plus I also had a TRA srtaight up proudly admit that same-sex rights are transphobic so it'll piss off the TRAs. What language do you like to use?

Really upsetting how the trans cult has poisoned no many words. I groan whenever I see the word LGBT anymore now. I know plenty of people use LGB, but I've honestly grown to hate the whole acronym thing because of all this. I guess when it comes down to it, LGB is united by homosexuality/ same-sex attraction. When I look at LGB Alliance's Twitter feed, I often see people accusing them of biphobia when they only say lesbian and gay. I find that silly. All LGB people experience same-sex attraction and bisexuals are technically homosexual as well, just not exclusively homosexual. So I guess I'm just going to say homosexuals or same-sex attracted from now on. For me personally, I think it's the most clear and concise way to speak the truth in this sea of trans foolery. Plus I also had a TRA srtaight up proudly admit that same-sex rights are transphobic so it'll piss off the TRAs. What language do you like to use?

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It depends on the context of the conversation. If I'm talking about a specific group, I try to use accurate terms. "Gay" for homosexual men, "Lesbian" for homosexual women, and "Bisexual" for bisexual people. Now, if I'm talking in a conversation and want to talk about everyone who experiences SSA, I will use the phrase "same-sex attracted". I may use LGB in order to cut down on the word count, but I'm not particular about it. I just want to mean what I say and say what I mean with as little room for misinterpretation as possible.