between the gutter & the stars
everything can come under public scrutiny and be subject to everyone else's opinion because of the internet. the internet gives the freedom of speech and the comfort of anoymity.
as long as people can say what they want and not have to deal with the opposing parties, then why not chime in with their two cents?
doesn't anyone ever feel that asking why is like driving in a roundabout?
don't get me wrong hush. it's a pain in the derriere that every facet of our lifestyles comes under fire by one party or another nowadays, but if you put something out there, people have the right to put there's out there i guess.
and it sucks. but i take comfort in knowing that their opinions are their own just as my life is my own.
and as for the homosexuality thing... damned if i know or care anymore. biological, product of upbringing/environment, outside stimuli, choice, college experimentation.... you're gonna be with who you feel comfortable being with.
and in the end, if that's what makes things wrong...being yourself and finding a moment's rest in this forsaken existence... well.
maybe we shouldn't have the freedom of the internet....
things aren't wrong because someone says so. deep down we all know right from wrong. it's one o those intrinsic mechanisms we have... like knowing when to stop the Q-tip.
all that's left is to choose and act.
it's our struggle for identity that leaves us all unknown
[This message has been edited by MidnightSon (08-16-2002 07:14 AM).]