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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Hollywood: Sam Smith reacts to Ireland approving same-sex marriage


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Article: [Oh!llywood] Sam Smith expresses happiness over same sex marriage being legalized in Ireland

Source: OSEN via Naver

1. [+2,737, -510] Why do people say that gay people look at them weird, it's not like they look any different from us ㅋㅋㅋ Jeez..

2. [+2,073, -746] Amazing!! Love is stronger than hate!

3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay

4. [+1,267, -385] Shouldn't matter who you like, it's just how it's perceived that's the problem..

5. [+1,201, -559] Amazing, very amazing!!

6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.

7. [+213, -88] So surprised that Ireland passed the vote when they're a conservative Catholic country. I read in another article that it was passed with 70%. So much more meaningful that the majority of your country supports it.

8. [+156, -59] Why do people always say that being gay is contagious ㅡㅡ; People really think that having a gay friend will turn you gay too?

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325 comments:

  1. 6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.



    THIS!!!!! I can guarantee no gay person wants your ignorant ass.

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  2. 2. [+2,073, -746] Amazing!! Love is stronger than hate!

    PREACH IT

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  3. 6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.

    Been telling my dad this for years and he still doesn't get it ._.

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  4. This is a good article. I like this article, good on you random knetz.

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  5. #3 Because we are blessed.

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  6. Sam Smith is considered attractive?

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  7. Wow I'm really surprised at all these positive comment!
    YAAAAS KOREA you know your oppas are getting freaky with each other loljk

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  8. Yay!! Hopefully the rest of the world can follow suit

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  9. I hope other countries can follow suit soon!

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  10. Gay or not this guys album and voice were a treat to the eaaaaarrss

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  11. 3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay

    The question I have asked countless times. *sob*

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  12. I love this! Wasn't the song 'Take Me To Church' about this issue?

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  13. 6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.



    YESSSSS you my friend get it

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  14. 6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.



    I can't even begin to express how frustrating this is as a gay man. I don't know how many times I would walk into the bathroom and coworkers would hurry up and finish their business before I could get started with mine. Do you really think I want to look at your genitals while you're urinating?


    I wholly blame Hollywood and their "funny" jokes within the same scenario.

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  15. Every damn time I thought to myself this guy is the person I actually have an interest in...turns out to be gay ..... forever alone....

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  16. I find him attractive =) lol

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  17. http://img.ifcdn.com/images/9d32e29f04e1c447595ea3b79023d60462883260bcda23decb3c29999ba15a23_1.jpg

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  18. Hollywood is to blame for many of the stereotypes :/

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  19. there's so much nonsense and ignorance with homophobia. seriously, stupid thinking.

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  20. Comment 3, add "white girl voice"
    Lol

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  21. Yes! Hozier is from Ireland as well, side note his whole album is flawless you should take a listen

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  22. 8. [+156, -59] Why do people always say that being gay is contagious ㅡㅡ; People really think that having a gay friend will turn you gay too?



    People wish. Being queer is kind of the best <3

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  23. baby steps i think it can happen.

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  24. I'm so proud of Ireland, I feel like the debates have been going on for months but the Yes side pulled through after much great, hard work. Considering being gay was only legalised in 1993 and divorce was illegal until 1995 we came a long way in such a short space of time and we'll continue progressing!

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  25. I was so happy


    https://scontent-sjc2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xta1/v/t1.0-9/11377211_1631213897091449_4931585887926131142_n.jpg?oh=a328a712101921ddaa7132ac2dd49252&oe=560B9B50

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  26. you can pretty much guarantee that the majority of Koreans who are homophobic are of the older generation, & these commenters are of the younger generation, I guess there's a change happening amongst the younger generations of most countries..

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  27. 8. [+156, -59] Why do people always say that being gay is contagious ㅡㅡ;
    People really think that having a gay friend will turn you gay too?

    Amazing that there's still people on Earth who could believe something so utterly stupid. And that it's something that "people always say", I know this commenter is probably exaggerating a bit but that's still so depressing. Must be horrible living as a gay person in Korea.

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  28. I'm sorry that you have to deal with such ignorant people. Hopefully this new generation can work to break down all those nasty stereotypes

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  29. its weird because most gay/lesbians in my high school were ugly af lol

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  30. hopefully this leads to good things in the future

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  31. 3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay
    i always ask that too lol....

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  32. it's seriously going to be harder in african and muslim countries but yeah, someday I'm sure it will be legalised everywhere! at least I hope so! it's about time

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  33. I'm happy that same sex marriage is started to be more accepted now. Ireland, Shibuya etc.

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  34. weren't you called 'partynextdoor'?

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  35. Can you please explain to me the "white girl voice" to me because I don't get it

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  36. Way ahead of you my friend, haha! It's indeed flawless. I love how some people actually thought that it was some big religious song lol

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  37. "Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay"
    The bitter sweet tho LOL~

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  38. as a girl who lives in an african muslim country i can tell u that the number of gay people is few and many people don't really know what the word gay/lesbian means... in fact even the people who know they don't give an F about them married or not since we are having political and economical issues... :/

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  39. I think us younger don't really care, at least most of us. I got my own problems in life, why would i meddle in others lives anyway.
    so i think it will be majorly accepted in few years time from now.

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  40. stop with this "all gay people are handsome" talk like... its just so stupid lol

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  41. Love how Eurovision and everything is shoving it in Russia's face.

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  42. Aw this is so refreshing. It made my day.

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  43. I remember even 10 years ago, same sex couples living together and doing normal things that any couple would do would get funny looks and whispering behind their backs. I'm so glad that we've come such a long way, there's never been a good reason to discriminate against two people in love just because they happen to be of the same sex.

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  44. definitely..
    i'd love to see a future where people don't see the LGBT community as being different, where they're considered normal by everyone, not just the liberal people of the world, I hope we're moving that way, same-sex marriage is the first step I think

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  45. you know they edited out conchita's hosting right? smh

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  46. It's going to be really difficult getting places like Uganda and Yemen to even consider legalizing same sex marriages. I feel like it's gonna take a miracle :/

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  47. Not the song, but the video, it focused on the issue in Russia where people are getting beat up/killed and the government isn't doing anything about it, they are turning a blind to it.

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  48. It's just a joke lol. And I actually find many gay guys attractive.

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  49. I'm glad that gay couples are starting to slip into tv shows, portrayed as NORMAL romantic couples. Shows like pretty little liars, modern family, & the originals, kudos to those producers

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  50. I've had so many crushes on gay guys lmao

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  51. 3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay

    lol yeah i wondered too (Snif Mattew Bomer and my fantasies)

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  52. Btw just wondering, has the number of homosexuals risen over the years? or is only because now its more accepted and in the past it was a taboo... or is it because of influence so more people become bi cuz they feel like it? Just curious, no bashing please.

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  53. There are also some connotations in the song regarding the issue like "We were born sick you heard them say it"

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  54. Yeah there are quite a bit of Africans who find the gay/lesbian thing an entirely new and unheard of thing. It's going to be quite awhile until they legalize it. But hopefully groups that are lead by Africans in their respective countries can educate people

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  55. These comments only exists when it's Sam Smith. Lol look at those comments at the article where a celeb was reportedly a gay so many criticisms

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  56. I don't think anyone can become gay. It's just that since it's becoming more accepted people are more open. LGBTQ people have always existed.

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  57. "or is only because now its more accepted and in the past it was a taboo..."
    that one imo

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  58. as a girl who lived in an african not muslim but christian country it was extremely controversial there! actually people are arrested and sent to prison where I lived

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  59. Conchita isn't gay though. He is a drag queen.

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  60. the number has increased because the number of people openly coming out has increased so they can be counted as a statistic, unlike the past where they'd hide it for their entire lives

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  61. "We were born sick" was referring to the original sin.

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  62. yes i know but its still "not right" or "not natural" according to russians

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  63. This was his explanation of the song:

    Q: "Take Me to Church" is a critique of oppressive institutions, with a woman or female pronoun used as a sort of savior.

    A: "Take Me to Church" is essentially about sex, but it's a tongue-in-cheek attack at organizations that would … well, it's about sex and it's about humanity, and obviously sex and humanity are incredibly tied. Sexuality, and sexual orientation — regardless of orientation — is just natural. An act of sex is one of the most human things. But an organization like the church, say, through its doctrine, would undermine humanity by successfully teaching shame about sexual orientation — that it is sinful, or that it offends God. The song is about asserting yourself and reclaiming your humanity through an act of love. Turning your back on the theoretical thing, something that's not tangible, and choosing to worship or love something that is tangible and real — something that can be experienced.

    But it's not an attack on faith. Coming from Ireland, obviously, there's a bit of a cultural hangover from the influence of the church. You've got a lot of people walking around with a heavy weight in their hearts and a disappointment, and that shit carries from generation to generation. So the song is just about that — it's an assertion of self, reclaiming humanity back for something that is the most natural and worthwhile. Electing, in this case a female, to choose a love who is worth loving.

    source: http://nymag.com/thecut/2014/03/qa-hozier-on-gay-rights-sex-good-hair.html

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  64. can't you just enjoy some positivity instead of seeing a negative aspect right away ?

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  65. they won't accept them for a quiet long time... cause people are having many problems right now specially the "education" part. we are not aware enough to handle this new (at least for them) thing ...

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  66. I think it's more of a situation where more homosexuals are able to express their sexuality now . I bet there would have been more people in the past that would have come out as homosexuals but feared of attacks, deaths, etc

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  67. [+156, -59] Why do people always say that being gay is contagious ㅡㅡ; People really think that having a gay friend will turn you gay too?



    People say that because deep down they know having gay friends will make them realize how wonderful and normal their gay friends are and it's gonna be hard for them to continuously justified their hatred against gay people.

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  68. can you stop recommending these irrelevant ass boring ass Hollywood articles like bitch this is a kpop blog recommend some korean related articles ! something juicy ! something scandalous ! something that will make our mouths water ! how about these international Panns and stuff these r juicy as hell ! #FIXURLIFE #BORROWONEOFPARKBOMSMIRRORSANDREFLECT

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  69. Oh, so he was condemning the Catholic Church...

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  70. People feel more comfortable coming out now more than say 50 years ago. In regards to "people becoming bi" I think you're referring to people who explor sexual relations with the same sex, and that doesn't necessarily make you homosexual imo. But gay people have always been around lol

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  71. Definitely. I just hope that maybe Africans who are aware can educate more people. It's going to be a really long time before Africa tackles down social issues like that

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  72. Because this is relevant? If you want the "juicy" gossip, just go on those kpop rumour forums.

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  73. TBH, I'd rather we talk about social issues than Kpop...or if we can combine the two

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  74. LOL they send a song about peace and tolerance and then they censor Conchita

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  75. never going to happen in muslim countries

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  76. Conchita, like most drag queens, is gay. Being a drag queen isn't a sexual orientation; it's a job or done out of enjoyment.

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  77. this is boring as hell cuz we already know! sam smith is happy , everyone is happy yay ok done ! id rather the girl translate some juicy things than waste her time on this!

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  78. sometimes i understand their frusteration... my society is based on blind copying the western like sex before marriage and the gay/lesbians were cought in a unpropriet positions and u know it's a muslim country so ofc they will put them in prison whether they are gays or stright cause it's forbidden .. so people start having that idea of homsexual means against the religion like prostitution or something ( i really dunno that's what i think).

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  79. Most people here wouldn't be able to discuss social issues that well though. Especially since when it comes to social issues there's a lot of other factors to fully understand.

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  80. girl bye this aint a social justice class -_-

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  81. so hypocritical. glad they didn't win. that lady's "emotions" were getting annoying af too. she looked so fake

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  82. exactly and we all know the average age of kpop fans ! and expecially with the emergence of these 9 year olds nowadays !

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  83. it is against the muslim religion,its not just a belief.

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  84. not really. the only thing he has going for him are his eyebrows

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  85. That was an awesome read! thanks

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  86. "3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay"



    I'm beginning to think netizens find anybody with pale skin, a long nose and huge eyes handsome.

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  87. don't click on the article if you're not interested! that's all or create your own blog when you'll translate juicy kpop things

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  88. BYE FELICIA!

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  89. few days ago they finally released the first organisation to protect the homsexuality here. it's a very good step since the goverment accept it...i'm sure that they will start some awarness compaines soon^^
    but im also scared cause this is a religious country but most of the homsexual are doing things islam does not accept so they might get rejected.

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  90. you do realize this blog is called "netizenbuzz" and not "kpopbuzz" right?

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  91. He is gay though. Just not transgender.

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  92. Valley girl voice or an exaggerated southern California accent would be more PC

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  93. you do realize netizen emerged because of korea right ? logic......

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  94. i can't really judge tho.
    but we can't force people to be muslims ... just leave them alone god knows what his doing to his people.

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  95. lol whats the matter? so we cant see what some K-nets think about this? -__-

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  96. It's just nice to see okay. If you don't like it, don't comment.

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  97. too much hollywood articles lately thats why! >_>

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  98. Yes! I changed my name because I found out some of my friends go on NetizenBuzz :(

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  99. because there not much to talk about kpop latetly may be next month that will have a lot of comebacks. relax!

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  100. It's against a lot of religion but most, if not all, preach to followers to be tolerant and non-judgmental. It's up to the people how and which beliefs they decide to live by.

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  101. This type of comment is so annoying to me.
    Beautiful people are beautiful.
    Straight, gay, bi.
    It doesn't matter.

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  102. what kindda logic...if i dont like it i gotta say! rather than her wasting time on this we could be having one of those "A said that she didnt drop it like its hot on B, while B showed CCTV proof that A infact poped it severely on B"

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  103. I know your feeling.
    When my dad knew about my gay friend he kept asking me constantly to end our friendship. I think in fifty years after all past generations died the world would finally accept :/

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  104. Lol idiot. A netizen is any person who browses on the interNET, including me and you.


    Logic.

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  105. I live in an African Muslim country and being publicly gay is still illegal here, so yeap, we still have a long way to go unfornatuly

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  106. You're killing me rn, omg.... xD

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  107. I've been in the funny situation of a straight male friend asking me if he measures up to my standards, then being hurt when I reply that I'm not attracted to him. I don't even know how to console someone for that..."I'm sure there's a whole bunch of gay dudes out there who'd think you're great...were you gay, too"???

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  108. So bisexuals didn't exist before you mean?

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  109. exactly! i'm honestly against pushing people to be something they don't want to
    i used to have that idea before i meet some friends who don't believe in god ... at first i thought them weird and may unpolite but than i findout that they are really nice and normal they just... don't believe in god i can live with that fact :P it's not an issue deserves to be hate on them for

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  110. Lol dumbass i know exactly that, and thats why i said "EMERGED" not originated ! never in my life have i ever heard in ANYYYYY western media or sns someone using the word netizen unless they r a kpop fan! .......

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  111. kkkkkkkk XD arasso !!

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  112. your argument is as blurry as your display picture.

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  113. its funny bc the only reason why gay marriages are banned and gay people are looked upon as weird etc simply bc PEOPLE FIND IT DISGUSTING!!!! honestly wtf bc i find many many other things disgusting WHY ISNT THE GOVERNMENT BANNING THEM !?!?

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  114. I'm pleasantly surprised by the knetz comments. I thought it'd be another bashing spree, as wasn't there a korean comedian, whose career tanked permanently just because he admitted to being gay?

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  115. same everywhere really
    younger generations are more open to gay marriages

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  116. i don't agree with nadeem ahmed, but you are also over-stretching things. if we wanna discuss social issue there is other sites for that. netizenbuzz is for kpop related things. and every now and then she posts buzz articles, which is okay. not all the time love.

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  117. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.

    I laughed

    [+213, -88] So surprised that Ireland passed the vote when they're a conservative Catholic country. I read in another article that it was passed with 70%. So much more meaningful that the majority of your country supports it.



    yup this is the same country that won't leagalise abortions leading to women dying completely preventable deaths due to complications during pregnancy.

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  118. People really think that having a gay friend will turn you gay too?


    'WAT' gues s the world will b filled with gay ppl only then

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  119. It's Hong Suk Cheon, he thankfully already owned a restaurant and was able to sustain himself for years until the media grew enough to be able to accept him, he's now a widely loved variety personality. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hong_Seok-cheon

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  120. they post articles that are popular in korea. articles about hollywood stars get popular in korea. not everything in korea revolves around kpop.

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  121. 6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.

    this.

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  122. Lmao you are so worked up over a harmless comment. Take a chill pill.

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  123. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay

    I remember that time I was head over hills for a guy, but I found out he was gay and my boy friend liked him too lol.

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  124. Seriously so proud of my country for taking such a step forward in the rights of others; homosexuality was a crime only 22 years ago here! Imagine! We've come such a long way I think, being the first nation to vote for it, and each constituency except for one had an overwhelming amount of 'yes' votes as oppossed to 'no'. As backwards as it is that we have to vote for someone to have their rights in the first place, I sincerely hope each and every one of you experience this acceptance of love of all types in your own country!!

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  125. Actually homosexuality is not something that was foreign to many tribal cultures in Africa. It was only later when colonialists brought missionaries with them that it became seen as something forbidden

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  126. It's not that there's fewer gay people but that they can't come out for fear of the consequences

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  127. I am always calm, cute and sweet. Believe in me. :) don't worry.

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  128. People are just coming out more, so it's more apparent. Given how Taboo it is, if you had a choice to be gay or not, nearly everyone would choose the easy way out.

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  129. I like the way you think, and I'm glad I meet muslims or just believers of any religion who think like you once in a while! as an atheist I have heard the worst things sometimes! as if not believing in god makes you a monster or something! there's that saudi-arabian girl in my class who's so smart and open-minded, I was so surprised since she comes from a country that is so conservative! she support homosexuality and atheism and is against all the restrictive laws about women that exist in her country and she still quietly believes in her god without trying to force her beliefs to the others! but obviously she would never say it in her country and she said her husband thinks like her too!

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  130. I'm glad most of the comments are supportive. Although there's still a long way to go, I feel good this generation is a lot more accepting.

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  131. As a bi person, please don't assume people become bi, you can't just put on a sexuality.The preference is always there, for some people it stays latent, others choose to explore or develop it.

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  132. Thanks for the update!! I'm glad Korea's becoming more open.

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  133. I'm srsly amazed Australia still hasn't approved gay marriage. We need to get with the times because I would really like to be able to marry my girlfriend one day in the country I was born and raised in :c

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  134. you do realize korea does not equate kpop right? logic...

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  135. I saw Eurovison on Russian TV, they didn´t censor anything?

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  136. actually islam is a religion of peace and understanding it also never force u to believe in it if u don't want to but some muslims (that's if not mostly)are just seriously sick and born haters they can't do anything but ruin our image like ISIS or something!--" i'm really sorry if u ever got offended by any of us... just ignore them.. they don't deserve ur time

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  137. I have a friend that thinks everyone wants him. "Oh, he said he is gay, I think he was trying something with me". C'MON, you're nothing special, friend.
    Gay people are not perverted nymphomaniacs. Let's move on of this topic, please.

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  138. I doubt it. Newer generations are becoming more and more open-minded as time passes.

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  139. thank you for this thread.

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  140. yeah i think so! god knows how scared they are! specially from their parents reaction

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  141. Ah okay. I don't understand how bisexuality works. So is it normal for you to switch your preference to a girl or a guy depending on what you feel like, or is it like a pre-homosexuality? before you finally make up your mind?
    I had a friend whose boyfriend was bi and he was the most confusing guy ever. He thought it was okay to go to gay clubs and hit on men while still being in a relationship with her and he expected her to respect that decision because he is bi.
    Sorry if I sound rude again.

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  142. Ireland is the first country to legalize same-sex marriage by a popular vote...over 60% (what was...63% said yes). That's historical people. As a history major, this means a lot more than what some people are saying. I'm from Canada, and marriage was legal here 10 years ago by the supreme court, but I trust Canada enough to know that if we did a vote, we'd be over 50%. I actually believe most countries would say "Yes". But it sometimes is better to let the court deal with it, but anyways, YAY~

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  143. I'm bi and people seem to think we're hypersexual beings who hump anything that moves.

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  144. Hahah that's cute in a hilarious way

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  145. So this is your secret identity? I love it Haha

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  146. I know right. When I tell my female friends I'm bisexual and like women too, some visibly go away from me or ask if I'm telling it because I like them. Awkward stares were always a thing in the changing rooms during high school, too.

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  147. Yeah, I'l lbe honest some of your wording is bothering me.
    For bisexuality, it means that the preference for either gender is ALWAYS there.So just because a bi girl dates a guy it doesn't make her straight.She's still bi because she's still attracted to both genders.Some bi people tend to lean towards one gender but ultimately the prefernce for both is there.We don't choose or switch it, we just accept attraction to both genders.
    The stereotype that bi people are
    pre-homosexuals' is really gross tbh.Some gay people do choose to come out as bi before coming out as gay as a way to cushion the blow so to say but it is very rude to assume that all bi people are scxretly gay.Don't ever say that ot make that assumption, please.
    The guy your friend dated is just an asshole, it has nothing to do with him being bi.Cheating isn't kosher between bi individuals

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  148. 3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay
    Well, Chris Evans is straight and he's the most attractive person I can think of so, basically, not everyone whose attractive is gay but that still doesn't mean you have a chance with them. Unfortunately.

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  149. When she started to cry at the end of her performance lol so fake. I liked Russia's entry last year tho.

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  150. My lesbian friend is half Hispanic and really pretty. All the boys are after her cookies I don't know why I have so much fun shutting them down like "oh she's gay so she's not interested," the look of devastation fills me with too much glee haha

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  151. 616 people disagree :p

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  152. lol ikr it looked like she was having an asthma attack and same

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  153. 3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay

    I can feel u.. i totaly broken heart when i know westlife's mark is gay...

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  154. . [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.



    That's because their closed mined idiots.

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  155. not everyone is beautiful stop lying to yourself.
    do you find lee byung hyun beautiful? george zimmerman? I could go on and on.

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  156. haha aww i can hear the crushed hearts from here.

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  157. "6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.."
    Lmao PREACH!!! Seriously damn bitch, get over yourself.

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  158. he looks like nevel from icarly

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  159. But it's the first step in the right direction. ^^ Let's stay positive. :)

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  160. well lets start with legalizing gay people. One step at a time

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  161. disqus_fMXNmwdJ9OMay 24, 2015 at 7:49 PM

    6. [+292, -74] I hate how people who are homophobic always think that if they're around gay people, they'll be hit on ㅋㅋㅋ You realize they have standards too.. they don't just like any same sex man or woman.

    Praise this knet 🙌

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  162. you'd be surprised

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  163. er...was that comment talking about sam smith tho?

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  164. amaya aguero monzonMay 24, 2015 at 7:51 PM

    We can do it world !! We are slowly becoming better people with less hate against each other !! I'm sure I am not going to get to see a world were being gay is okay but at least I hope my future kids do !!

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  165. Roscommon was really close though, as a yes voter from there I was pretty sad about the result being majority no, but thankfully the votes are not by constituency and each individual vote counted. There were still almost 18k of us who voted yes.

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  166. lol i disagree with the op but this blog is ultimately a kpop blog

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  167. they are assuming because sam smith isnt considered attractive in the west. this comment seems to be calling him handsome. They should have said some netizens find blah blah because 616 people disagree.

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  168. Yeah, it was! What a shame indeed, and thankfully yes! This was my first time to vote, felt amazing voting for something like this! That's still a lot of yes voters! The amount of students who registered to vote just for this was astounding! Nice to see an kpop fan from Ireland round here, btw ♡

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  169. Yes!!!!!!!!!!!! Honestly, Tony Abott needs to go, I still remember when they made same-sex marriage in Melbourne (I think?) but the next day the government annulled it like that was so fucked up ffs

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  170. I knew someone would say this. Not everybody has to be gay you know? Fear or no fear, no one is putting a knife to anyone's neck, it's just not what is brothering us now.
    @genie it's the same thing in my country so I understand you.

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  171. Funnily enough a lot of thise so called 'restrictive' laws on women aren't actually from reliyion but rather a cultural stand point hence why other muslim countries are okay with it

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  172. 3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay

    OMG tell me about it. Last year, my friend liked this guy because he's cute and friendly amd the next thing she knew is that he's gay XD lol poor her

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  173. lol nah. i saw it live on russian tv and nothing was edited out.

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  174. Yeah it was pretty horrible to see my county as the only red one, a lot of my friends and family who all voted here were really mad about it. I'm just glad the yes vote won by as much as it did, Ireland has come a long way in the last two decades or so.

    haha I know it's always so random to see other Irish kpop fans :D

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  175. I am happy about that but when I compare the hates to this happy comments I can't help but feel sad.

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  176. Jenizz | pinkcrownMay 24, 2015 at 8:08 PM

    So many good comments. I like. :3

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  177. I would be too! It's really great to see the change!

    I know but it's kinda comforting haha!

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  178. Astaghfirullah @ this comment section

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  179. لا حول ولاقوة إلا بالله

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  180. Good luck in Muslim countries, they behead people who are gay.

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  181. Isn't it 70% agree vote???

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  182. oh yeah, they back away slowing like they think you're going to make a move on them or something
    like get real, if we've been friends for this long and I haven't confessed my attractive/feelings for you then what makes you think I'm interested in you? -_-

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  183. i know some people will labeled me as a narrow minded person by writing this comment but, i hope gay marriage will not be legalized everywhere. while i respect their choices of life and love, i just hope they will not push their boundaries in those countries. those countries have different priorities set and they are not as flexible as western countries in accepting LGBT movement.

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  184. really? there's some men who like attractive lesbian women even more because they want to "turn them to the other side" -_-

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  185. lmao your comments always kill me

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  186. as a fellow bi
    you're my hero, for real :')

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  187. Or they want to be able to watch her and her girl friend go at it...men like that are too funny and then some have the audacity to be offended when they get turned all the way down. People are strange indeed.

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  188. 3. [+1,533, -616] Why is it that everyone who's handsome is gay



    SO TRUE. At least where I live there aren't many handsome guys, and when there's one he's gay. Maybe that's why I ended up liking girls...

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  189. my bi friend once confessed her feelings for me and i ran away from her. we were good friends for two years and was very close up until that point. i was honestly scared and feeling betrayed because of that. but i guess that's normal? i dunno. i cut contact with her and still feeling awkward whenever i see her.

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  190. I actually agree.
    I'd rather not have western countries push their way of thinking into ours. We're called muslim countries for a reason. There's plenty of things us muslims can't do in western countries.. Just accept that each country is different.

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  191. The articles I read all said in the 60's, so maybe it was a typo or maybe someone heard wrong. I'm sure we'll get a real Most claim it to be around 60-63% (news sites and such). 70% would have been amazing tho~~

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  192. Yes! It is amazing. I hope i can vote for this too :)

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  193. really? ive never heard of that. can you share some links for those news?

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