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Leabug
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Have you ever been discriminated against for your sexual choices, sexual orientation, or opinions on sexuality? How did you deal with it?

Have you been discriminated against for being sexually active, or for NOT being sexually active? For being straight, gay, or anywhere in between? For taking a particular stance on issues to do with sexuality?

The goal of this topic is to provide a place for us to share tips on how to deal with discrimination- politely, and without resorting to trading blows with the discriminator. Please feel free to share your stories here. [Smile]

Just a footnote, too, to set some ground rules: let's try not to discriminate in this thread either, okay? Any posts containing discrimination will be edited or deleted to keep this thread productive. Thanks.

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