Gay Sex Reflection

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When I realized the assignment was to wear the pin for three consecutive days, I thought the task was very simple to do. I didn 't have any problem wearing the button so the moment we were asked to wear the pin, I immediately put the pin on my shirt. I have always been a supporter of gay marriage and those of different sexual orientation. I was a leader of the human relations club and gave out speeches and meeting, talking about the issue of gay rights and equality for homosexuals. I was excited and eager to put on the pin since I was a supporter of accepting homosexuals. In the beginning, I did not focus much on the surroundings and people 's expression around me. However, as I continued to wear the pin, I noticed certain expressions from…show more content…
You start to understand better and get an idea of how they feel being looked at and being judged for being gay. There were certain moments where I was being looked at and even, at times, given facial expressions as if they were in disgust for me supporting homosexuals. At first, when I looked at I would ignore the person. However, as I continue to have people looked at me more and given me an expression of disapproval, I started to feel more uncomfortable. I was uncomfortable because I didn 't like people looking at me and fearful of what could they possibly be thinking about me in their minds. I became less prideful and more uncomfortable about being judged by others. So after the first day I removed my pin. The next day, I decided to wear the pin on my backpack. When the pin was on my backpack, I didn 't seem to bother by it all. The reason I wasn 't bother was probably because by the time someone notice the pin on my backpack, I would have already passed the person. Therefore I wouldn 't recognize if someone looks at me or judge me. In a way, it was easier to have it on the backpack because I could avoid having to go through being uncomfortable and fear of people judging me for possibly thinking why I was supporting gay pride or possibly being gay. I was able to avoid eye

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