To be honest if someone is calling me that word to be offensive I'll get upset, which is why I don't use it in my day-to-day conversations. It does bother me when I hear other gays call themselves or each other that word but then cry about it if they get called it. (if that makes sense)
I don't like when I hear straight people say "fagg", but I will delight in hearing someone spit out the word "fagggot" with sass. I don't know why...something about the extra "ot" just makes it enjoyable.
And when using the term for stan names it can be downright heart-warming. Case in point: Phaggam Labottom.
You are the ocean. I am a river. I am a moment. You are forever
But tonight, you will be mine
It's entirely dependent on the context. Some people (including myself) regularly use the word "******" or the phrase "that's so gay" etc. with no homophobic implications. And then some other people use those words with very homophobic intentions.
It's pretty easy to tell the difference.
MJ. Madonna. Britney. Bey. Adam.
Cher Lloyd. Lana. Kreay. Weezy. Flocka. Robyn. Maya. Rih-Rih. K$.
Though when someone say "****" I usually dont even care. I always found the word silly.
Kelly Clarkson- "I live for love and music." Miley Cyrus-"Let your light shine. Be a source of strength & courage. Share your wisdom. RADIATE LOVE." I dont just hook up, I go deep ~Cinderella said to Snow White, how does love get so off course? All I wanted was a white knight, with a good heart, soft touch, fast horse.
Not offended but I still don't like to see it used. It's an ugly word.
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