"I didn't know being myself affected anyone else"


#1

Take a moment to read that quote. Yep. Try twiddling your thumbs, it really does pass the time.
-LGBT.Coder
Many people on Hopscotch get bullied and insulted for being themselves.
Us LGBT are ourselves. You Christians are yourselves. You famous guys are yourselves.
Don't stop being yourself just because a weasley amount of people don't like you (see what I did there?)


#2

Good point! Double like: :heart:
We have the freedom of speech in America, which means we can express our own opinions! Don't feel as if you're forced to support something!


#3

But a third of the community isn't American.


#4

Great point

Great topic

Great post

Great life


#5

A majority are British and Canadian. Some Japanese and Belgian.


#6

But we still can express our own opinions


#7

Great quote

Great moment

Great sleep

Great wake


#8

Yeah! I should do that more....I go to post a comment sometimes, but then I think, wait, should I? What if something happens? But, no. I should post them and be my self!


#9

Hooray for equality!


#10

(I hesitated when I posted that comment(even though I shouldn't :smiley: ))


#11

Great post!


We have the freedom of speech unless it is rude, hurting, or insulting someone.


#12

And we aren't in that third. Nice topic!

You got the badge too.


#13

GAAAAH 22 LIKES let's get it to 25 guys!


#14

I'm proud of this topic.


#15

Wait what.

WAHT DOES THIS MEAN?!:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#16

This Is NECRO POSTING


#18

At first, I was like, "whaaaa"

I had no clue what that meant, so I googled the phrase. It apparently means to revive an old topic. :smile:


#19

Good, I thought it was a bad word


#20

Only a third?


#21

2/3 Americans (aka majority)
1/3 Non-Americans