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Why is it when you say this, you have to provide supporting evidence? It's just like if you say "I'm not hungry.". "Well, why not?" "I just ate." "How long ago?" "About an hour." "What did you have to eat?" "McDonald's." "Are you sure you're not hungry?" "Yes." "Yes, you're hungry?" "No, yes I'm sure I don't want to fucking eat." This works for "I'm not gay" as well.

"Are you gay? I saw your write-up on E2 about a Gay Code." "No, I'm not gay." "Then why would you write it?" "Because I thought it would be thought-provoking and homosexuality is one of the few controversial topics left, although it may soon gain mainstream acceptance just like Alternative music did." "So if you aren't gay, why do you know so much about it?" "I know how to make a crack pipe and roll a joint too, that doesn't mean I do drugs." "You know WHAT?!" "Arrgh, I give up." "So you're saying you're gay AND you smoke crack and pot?" "No, I'm straight - and I don't do drugs... You've never seen me smoking anything, and I never smell like smoke." "Well I've never seen you with a woman either..." "That's because I'm a GEEK." "But you do like women, right?" "Yes... Check out my pr0n collection." "What!?"

To clarify, I am not likening doing drugs to homosexuality - I am likening the assimilation of knowledge to the assumption that knowing about something means you are speaking from experience.

Once you bring up something related to homosexuality, there's no easy way to get yourself out...