If you're going to respond with "no u", at least make sure it makes sense.
>Why are straight people offended by gay people wanting things for themselves once and a while?
You have a separate thread to yourself on /cgl/ right now. You also have entire boards for yourself (/lgbt/, /u/, /y/).
>Acting like everything that gay people (or bi people in a relationship with someone of the same sex) are angry about is somehow an attack on straight people
How is being angry that a thread for pictures of straight couples exists not an attack on straight people? By doing this you're implying that it's fine to want to post or look at pictures of f/f couples, but doing the same for m/f is somehow offensive or cringey.
>OP made it clear that this thread was created out of the weird need to assert their heterosexuality
Not really, OP could have just been inspired by the concept of the other thread, and "competing" doesn't have to be a negative thing. It's not necessarily "asserting their heterosexuality" anymore than the other thread is "asserting their homosexuality".
>You're a large percentage of the population so everything is made to cater to your preferences.
More so than not, but gays are actually over-represented in media nowadays considering that they are only 3-5% of the population, but a much larger percentage of movie/TV characters.
>Instead of throwing a shitfit because The Gays were being visibly gay
Could I be annoyed because these people were attacking a harmless thread? Nope, it must be because they're gay.
>go back to a thread you do like
I am, but people took it upon themselves to derail it.