The truth is in: Being Gay Leads to a Happier, Healthier Life
By: Jessica Scarimbolo
It is 2018 and the truth has come out: being gay is the only way!
Yes, homosexuality used to be seen as a psychological and mental disorder, so let’s be risk takers.
While homosexuality is not a choice for many, it’s very interesting to wonder what life would be like if everyone at least tried it out!
Why would you want to be with someone of the opposite sex? They do not understand you the way your partner in a homosexual relationship will.
On a serious (and sexual) note, no one knows a woman’s body quite like a woman and no one truly knows a man’s body like a man does. It is basically confirmed that homosexual sex is way better than heterosexual.
Homosexuality has in incredible benefit when it comes to the holidays and gift-giving! There is more to relationship than the great gifts you’ll get for Christmas or anniversaries, but being with someone of the same sex will definitely get you the best gift.
They will know exactly what you’ve been loving lately or products and presents that are in at the moment; another reason being gay is better.
I’m sure all of your heterosexual friends will tell you, “her boyfriend has gotten her a lipstick shade that doesn’t match her skin tone” or, “ his girlfriend bought him the wrong golf club.” Save yourself the trouble and go gay.
Homosexuality was listed as a sociopathic personality disturbance by the American Psychiatric Association in 1952 and wasn’t officially removed from the DSM, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, in 1987.
In 1953, President Eisenhower signed an executive order that banned homosexuals from working in careers in the federal government because they were seen as a security risk.
Comedian Ellen DeGeneres came out in a Time Magazine cover in April 1997, leading to an influx of efforts to eventually create equality for the community. Still today, Ellen is regarded as an influential woman in the community, though it is still difficult for gays.
It wasn’t until 2004 that the first legal same-sex marriage took place in Massachusetts. However, in September 2005, the California legislature attempt to pass a bill allowing marriage between same-sex couples which was vetoed by then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
In 2008, just a decade ago, homosexuality and same-sex marriage was still seen as unconstitutional.
It was only until June 2015 that all states in the US were forbidden from banning same-sex marriage.
Still to this day, homosexual rights are being fought for all around the world.
With the current administration in the country, it’s definitely still difficult to be gay in this day and age; but there’s something exciting about being in the community for this reason.
Being heterosexual doesn’t have a cool and difficult history like homosexuality does; it only seems like common sense to say that gay is the best way.
The difficult history only makes being gay that much more interesting.
It can even be a really solid resume builder. You can put it right next to your educational credentials; being gay is definitely more important than your high school diploma.
Look, the facts are clear: being gay has been proven to lead to happier, more successful lives and relationships.
Proven by who? Me.