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  1. #1 by oopster74 on February 8, 2013 - 1:29 pm

    Reblogged from GenderTrender as they never approve any comments that don’t agree with them, sorry, but I have a brain, a mind, and my own opinions. I don’t stand round wearing a wooly jumper all day eating grass saying bagh.

    If you read the comments posted at GenderTrender regarding this video, you’ll see that that unleash personal attacks on Andrew, criticising, his every move it seems, including how nervous he seems. Let me just point out the following to those people, and just to make it clear, I’ll put it in all caps.

    HE IS COMING OUT TO HIS FRIENDS AND FAMILY AND OTHER IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN HIS LIFE!

    OF COURSE HE’S GOING TO BE SCARED, NERVOUS AND DEFENSIVE IN CASE THEY REJECT HIM, AND THE DICKS AT GENDERTRENDER DO NOT HELP WITH THEIR IGNORANT COMMENTS.

    Unfortunately, it seems that Andrew hasn’t yet realised, that if someone rejects you for being you, they’re are not worth you wasting your time, effort or tears over, and they we’re never a friend to start with.

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