Don't think that the LGBT community is so united and lovely together every single day. Sorry, we aren't there yet. It took decades to build up a whole community in a few countries. It's everywhere and in every single community. Because no two humans are the same and no two humans can have the same kind of opinions. It's agreed but in the other communities which formed under the basis of religion, region, caste, and creed. But the LGBT community has formed based on the sexual orientations and sexual freedom of people. Its main aim is to be treated equally with other citizens who lead lives according to the societal gender norms. When the world's LGBT communities have formed, the founders and the people who followed them have suffered and struggled a lot until their last breath. All they have done that for the sake of "Equality".
Forget about getting treated equally with others in society, do you think every person in the LGBT community is treating each other equally without any differences? We shout a lot of slogans on roads to enlighten others to know the importance of the Queer but we never give a damn about knowing the importance of each other in the community itself. For the world, people who roofed under the LGBT community are sexual minorities. The society has suppressed us, we don't have to suppress ourselves more by dragging each other down with our hypocritical thoughts which lead us nowhere but the downfall of the community.
These are not just the words which are drafted for the sake of emotional boost, these are the experiences in the current society. Having gone through a lot of oppression, the queer people are trying to lead their lifestyles by coming out of their closets and choosing the people they love. Unfortunately, we are also choosing people to judge. Do you think that we should be judgmental enough to fellow queers? After all, we get judged in many ways by many people every day. The last thing an any queer person expects is to not get judged by the other queer person.
Looks, preferences, wishes, status, sexual desires, financial status, etc., are some of the materialistic and bodily influences all the queer people are most prone to judge another person. We all are hypocrites and judgmental people, that is okay. We are humans and we do this kind of shit regularly. The sad part is, a struggling queer person judging another queer person by oozing the utmost hypocrisy in every single phrase.
If you are an openly queer person, you must be the first person who can understand how it feels like to be closeted. Because deep down in your past, you also must be a closeted one. It's not that you wake up one day having a crush on your hot professor and approached your parents and said that you like him right. You must have surely struggled and suffered a lot before coming out as gay. If you really can be able to understand the pain, you will never force someone who is closeted or never degrade someone for their hidden sexual orientation for the sake of your fun. The level of hypocrisy in the queer community is higher in this particular case. Instead of understanding others, we force the hidden ones to come out without giving them some time, especially people in homosexual and bisexual relationships. We judge them and we throw some heart-wrenching phrases for their sexual identities. Not fair!!
You aren't perfect. So stop judging the looks of others. Yes, if you are not interested in a person who looks chubby or thin or black or white or short or giant or whatever, just make them understand that you both won't be fit each other and end up the conversation. You don't have to go on and on at someone's looks. Because, no matter how hot hunk you might be, you will surely be someone's mismatch or disinterested character in their dating life. Take a chill pill and don't be a social hypocrite by judging the looks of a fellow queer person. Keep this mind, Karma is a bitch.
Instead of feeling jealous of someone's achievement and trying to drag the people who work for the community in organizing events or adding their support to the community, try giving your piece of work for enjoying the sexual freedom you have right now because of the people who fought for it. Complaining is easy and working is difficult. So, don't be a hypocrite and pass ruthless comments on people who work for the community. I appreciate the fact of support. The Queer community surely doesn't need your hypocritical thoughts by the way. Thanks!
Gays, Lesbians, Transgenders, Bisexuals and all the sexual orientations who come under the Queer community, you must digest the fact that we all are equal. Equal in struggling, equal in suffering, equal in law, equal against law, equal in the society and especially, equal to each other. Now, stop behaving like societal hypocrites by choosing your groups and create differences among the people in this huge community. If you are gay and you feel comfortable being with only gays, it's fine and it's your personal choice. You, clearly don't have to pass comment on the dress of the drag queen, on the walking style of a lesbian, on the active participation of a transgender, on the sexual disinterest of an asexual person, on the choices of a pan-sexual person, and definitely on the swag of your fellow effeminate gay guy who come across you. Stop doing that, because that's sick. It's demeaning to degrade your fellow community people for the lifestyles they lead. It's disheartening to witness situations where two different people in the Queer community embarrass about each other's choices.
If you continue being social hypocrites in the LGBT community people against your fellow queer person, you are given a chance to the society to judge the unity of the community, which means you give a chance to judge yourself. If you do that, there is no meaning of being an emerged queer person in society. Start supporting even though you don't get other people's choices. Support for the sake of wellness and a healthy community. Do not raise the hypocrisy levels in the community, because the community itself is facing a lot of hypocritical shit every single day.