Whether you’re gay, straight, bi, democrat, republican, mentally challenged, white, colored — you get the point. You will never avoid the fact that we will always coexist amongst each other. Plus, if everyone is different, what gives you the right to justify what is “normal” and if you even qualify for what this standard of “normal” is?
When we were younger learning to ride a two-wheel bike, we would practice riding with training wheels. The day we try to ride without the training wheels we were nervous to fail. We fell. We got back up and wanted to do it again. Fell again. Cried. And felt like giving up because we had struggled and fell of the two-wheeler. People watching you, possibly laughing and maybe thinking you might not be able to get it. Got your ass back up and adjusted something to get you to ride the bike. Did you give a shit what other people thought?! No! You didn’t give a shit what others thought, you’re eyes were on the prize and didn’t give up until you rode the damn bike.
"Call me crazy but I could care less about the way you dress, who you roll with, the kind of car you drive, what’s in your bank account, none of that. If you can put a smile on my face and genuinely make me feel special, you’re a winner to me."