A new hashtag that is currently trending on Twitter is #LoveIsLove. This means, basically, that it doesn’t matter what gender the person you love identifies to and that it is all the same kind of love. You can’t define love based on what gender that person’s partner identifies to. I think this hashtag is a great great thing and shows a fantastic message. I think it’s wonderful that people are coming up and out to talk about equality for all people. I think this hashtag is also a peaceful and positive way to take a stand against homophobic views.
Its truly not anyone else’s business who someone loves. If another human being is happy or in love, another person has no right to hate on that person no matter what gender their partner is. The fact is, it’s nobody else’s business and people should just be able to live however they want if it’s not harming anyone and just making them happy. I think this hashtag is another way for people to spread awareness for the LGBT community and equality. I think this hashtag is making a positive difference, and is taking our society further to achieving complete equality.
Love doesn’t have a gender.
I think in order for us to move forward as a more accepting society, we all need to accept everyone for who they are. Everyone should be proud of who they are in this world, no one should be hating or bringing down someone for something that has absolutely nothing to do with them. Everyone deserves love and I, and every other human being for that matter, has no right to judge the gender that, that person’s love is coming from.
At the end of the day, we are all people, and we all live on this Earth. My hope is that our society will continue on the path of equality for all people and make people feel more accepted around the world. Everyone in this world needs love to be happy, every human being wants love and affection from another person. Be happy to see other people happy. I chose to put my happiness and positivity out into the world and hope that I can at least help one person, or making one person smile. Happiness is what makes good. I am not afraid to stand up for what I believe in. I chose to stand up in a positive way. If anyone has a problem with my views of equality, I truly believe there is a problem deep within them and that it has nothing to do with me. We all have a voice, and its up to us to use it.