If you are a writer, you have almost certainly written about someone who is not identical to yourself. Resist LGBT Pride shirt have likely written about someone of a different gender, age or race to yourself. This is inevitable. Unless you create a fictional universe in which everyone is exactly the same then you must have written about people different from yourself. This means that writing LGBT+ characters is inevitable when creating a diverse fictional cast and definitely should be allowed no matter what your gender or orientation is.Let’s assume I am a writer; I, as a gay cisgendered woman, could write about heterosexual people and it would likely be inoffensive – although I have never been straight I would be able to analyse the actions and experiences of heterosexual people in my life and in various forms of media and create a somewhat accurate portrayal of a straight person.A straight cisgendered person could do the same regarding LGBT+ people, but I think in this case it is important for them to consider how well they are portraying the character.
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Although my theoretical writing of a straight individual may be inaccurate due to the Resist LGBT Pride shirt that I have not seen the world through the eye’s of a straight individual, it is unlikely to based on negative stereotypes due to the media I have been exposed to – the vast majority of which is media produced about straight cisgendered people by straight cisgendered people in an environment in which everyone is assumed to be heterosexual and cisgendered. Thus meaning that almost everything I consume is very ‘pro-Straight people’ (which sounds a bit weird but I hope you get the idea).However; a portrayal of an LGBT+ individual drawn from a straight cisgendered person’s perspective is likely to contain negative stereotypes and/or tropes in the story line which can be damaging to the community. This isn’t necessarily a fault of the writer, but of the surroundings they were brought up in and the media they have consumed that has ingrained certain homophobic/transphobic attitudes within them, even if they are actively trying their best to tackle it. This is because the media we see today that contains LGBT+ characters is largely written by straight people who haven’t done sufficient research and/or don’t care how they are portraying LGBT+ individuals and therefore let their own prejudices seep into the writing of such media.