Homophobia manifests in different forms, and a number of different types have been postulated, among which are internalized homophobia, social homophobia, emotional homophobia, rationalized homophobia, and others. There were also ideas to classify homophobia, racism, and sexism as an intolerant personality disorder.
In 1992, the American Psychiatric Association, recognizing the power of the stigma against homosexuality, issued the following statement, reaffirmed by the Board of Trustees, July 2011: "Whereas homosexuality per se implies no impairment in judgment, stability, reliability, or general social or vocational capabilities, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) calls on all international health organizations, psychiatric organizations, and individual psychiatrists in other countries to urge the repeal in their own countries of legislation that penalizes homosexual acts by consenting adults in private. Further, APA calls on these organizations and individuals to do all that is possible to decrease the stigma related to homosexuality wherever and whenever it may occur."
Intolerant Personality Disorder (IPD) The DSM-IV-TR (American Psychiatric Association, 2000)
Intolerance is not limited to racism, sexism, and
homophobia, of course. It can be toward a particular
religion, culture, or subculture as well. It can also be
toward a person who is disabled or toward a person or
group that peacefully disagrees with a dominant political
agenda. Essentially, it is the denial of the rights of
others to pursue meaning and fulfillment in their lives
as they see fit. It occurs at the level of nations, as in
the case of the historical enslavement of African
Americans, and in the corporate workplace when people
are denied advancement and promotion solely on
the basis of cultural group identity.
We are living in a culture that is that has accepted " Intolerant Personality Disorder ", as a majority trait that's " Ok",if the majority has it, so it's OK ?...my question is " how can a culture progress,if this is Ok? - me
excerpt from ; ↑ A Man’s Biggest Fear–that he won’t admit
Want to know an man’s biggest fear?
Some might say “the unknown,” “being broke,” “not being loved,” or “not being in control.” While these top the list, there are a few fears much deeper, mostly unconscious, and more secret that most dudes just won’t admit they have or have had.
The three big fears that stem from outdated male conditioning are:
The other big diss boys and guys dish out to each other is to insult another man’s penis. Find a way to call attention to another man’s inadequacy by attacking his privates. No wonder boys and men are so uncomfortable talking about their cocks, their sexual fears, or inadequacies. No wonder shame begets shame.
Countless men (and women) have fears of being inept, impotent, inadequate, worthless, not good enough, and not man enough. Men often associate these with their cock and their cock’s performance. In traditional guy culture your cock = your success. If your cock works, gets action with women only, and is big, then you are a man.
Tax churches that oppose gay marriage, Democratic candidate says
Washington D.C., Oct 11, 2019 / 01:00 pm (CNA).- A Democratic candidate for president has said religious institutions should be stripped of their tax-exempt status if they oppose same-sex marriage.
I personally agree, it's simply a human right's issue to not send, churchs message " change " or pay the price
I personally have talked to many people (non-homosexual), that think all churchs, period should loss tax-exempt status