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  1. I love the thoughts included in the first post. My thinking aligns closely with that. As a gay male, I don't think it's right for me to use the d word to degrade (or joke about) lesbians, and I don't want lesbians using the f slur, but to be totally real, the word makes my blood boil no matter WHO says it. When my roommate (also a gay male) says it OOH GURL I LOSE MY **** REAL QUICK!!! It's all I can do not to throw fists when I hear that word. Really, I think it boils down the the individual. If you're around people who use it jokingly and don't mind, who's gonna know? But if you're around someone who doesn't (or you're not sure if they do) it's just best to keep your language cordial, and if someone asks you not to say it, but you do, then they get mad at you for saying it? Can't blame them! Thanks for the discussion! Nice to see people discussing stuff like this so freely, openly, and politely
  2. Just joined! Excited to see what's happenin' in the forums :wink_britney_everytime_white:

  3. I love, "You must know the deepest pain to feel the deepest love." IDK if it counts as a quote because I wrote it as part of a philosophical fiction novel I'm working on, but I go back to that idea constantly when I need to remind myself the pain we feel helps us learn empathy, and teaches us to love others deeper.
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