I was reading this post about the gay media today, and I started to get a little angry.
As someone who works in the media, I have a tendency to feel very, very guilty about my profession.
But I’m not going to stop trying.
There’s a lot of people who work in the gay and lesbian media that are doing amazing work, and it’s important to keep in mind that they aren’t the only ones.
Gay people also write, record, and perform music, and in the mainstream, gay people can often be seen as the only people who get their work published.
That’s important, and while I don’t agree with every aspect of the post, it’s one of the reasons I think it’s so important to be careful when discussing gay media.
Gay journalists do a great job at portraying the people who are coming out of the closet, and many of the gay publications do a good job of portraying those people.
But that doesn’t mean that they’re doing a great service to those people, or to society as a whole.
In fact, I’m afraid that many gay publications are trying to do too much.
As gay people, we should never have to choose between helping others who are out and being happy with our bodies, and having a decent life.
There are so many things that are so wrong with this kind of media, that it’s hard to know where to begin.
There is a common misconception that gay people are always “the butt of jokes,” and that’s not accurate at all.
Gay men are sometimes the butt of funny or sad jokes, and women are sometimes mocked for their body image.
And, of course, men are often portrayed as the ones who are “coming out,” and, more often than not, the women are portrayed as trying to control their sexuality.
Gay-focused media is just a reflection of our culture’s negative attitudes toward gay people.
It’s not about us, it isn’t about us as a culture, and we shouldn’t have to be ashamed of who we are.
Asking gay people not to be judged by their sexuality is a sign that we’re going to make our mistakes, and that we’ll grow as people, and make our communities better places to live.
It means we can be proud of who and what we are, and don’t have that fear that we will lose out.