Yep. People should be careful in making friends, in admiring people, in liking people, and of course, they should be really really careful in falling in love, coz we're everywhere.
I've anticipated it. I've prepared for the worst, and it's not as bad as I anticipated, but it's still... not good. Gay or not, everybody must have been in the position where they feel like they don't belong where they are, like they are in the outside, looking in, where they feel like no one understands. Gay or not, everybody must have struggled with they fear of trusting other people with their secrets. So why is it so hard for people to understand what we went through? Why can't people just accept us as we are without trying to dig in as to what made us who we are? Does our past matter more than our future, than our here and now?
We are everywhere, gay people are everywhere. If you hate gays, really beware, coz they may be your leader, they may be your beloved friends, they may be your idols or role models or simply someone you admire, they may even be your loved ones or your crush or your lover. We are everywhere and you just can't tell unless we tell. So, really, beware.