Something I have noticed is many people on Twitter use the word queer. Sometimes, that is the only word they use and they appear otherwise straight.
I guess this is random but does this usage annoy anyone else?
I feel like LGBT has become a trend at college and I have had friends who use the word "queer" or "gae" and speak up for LGBT issues but they aren't me. I grew up being very confused and surrounded by people who told me everything I did was backwards. (I am gay.) Sometimes I feel like people ignore this and it feels disrespectful.
I have trouble explaining this. Does anyone feel this way too?
What you're experiencing is a common good feeling. I understand how that can be intolerable at times. One thing that is a problem for people nowadays, they don't know any better and get confused between a couple certain things never even considering whether they would be right about it for that reason, and that spreads ignorance about how people really are, nothing helps that, people that don't know any better won't know any better, but knowing whether you might be just so right or not or to be angry yourself, is still better than thinking you're always right and that everyone that disagrees with you is wrong anyways, you ask a very good question here, I believe so, although the question that I think you're trying to ask is, is this something that should be having any concern and can people that talk about it in the LGBT can get mad about it whether they do.
It is annoying. Why does everytime someone speaks about being gay they say things like those people are queer, gay or homos? That's more of a question that I think people should be asking themselves, rather than spending all that time being that just to spend most of that time being mad about what other people wouldn't understand themselves anyways. If you're that, then be that is what I say, and I won't ever be the one then to ever say what you be is a bad thing and it won't be to me. That fact is only true, because I know what it's like myself so.