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However there are definitely those that feel that it is a stereotype to aspire to; again, something that I know from experience. You're being reasonable: behaviour and actions are what to judge people on rather than some (relatively) arbitrary label.
In my opinion, the only way you can get past being unnerved by those who are 'different', or as the OP asked, to "put aside the differences and get on with things" is to try and not be. So pretend to be the way you wish to be and with perseverance and a slice of fortune, that gets you there eventually.He even came up to me once and said "Why dont you bend over so I can see that sweet, sweet ass". Not everyone is as 'flamboyant' and 'over the top' as the general stereotype claims, I should know.After 6 months of this crap I got extremely angry and told him to "wash his tongue". No real issue, it's not like I feel they're going to jump my pants, it just gets to the point where I meet someone new and inevitably a question arises in my head along the lines of "that's different you must be queer" Which is being a little more judgmental about things than what I normally would be. However there are definitely those that feel that it is a stereotype to aspire to; again, something that I know from experience. some people are just happy, outgoing, flamboyant, nice people. Thats how everyone should be, happy nice outgoing people, hell, even flamboyant, who cares?It is a challenge when you first encounter the "gays" as a young man But please dont reject them because they don't follow your norms They are warm, intelligent ,funny and can be life long friends even though they know you are straight.I have been molested more by women than pooftas ( their word not mine ) Not particularly no, the full on out there personality stereotype does unsettle me a little that's the only thing I can really say.