What would happen if we took some discussion questions found on the internet about the gay community and reversed them?
Are there many words in your language to refer to heterosexuals?
How is it being straight in your country?
Do you know anyone who is straight?
What problems do you think someone goes through when they find out they are straight? Do you think they should try to change?
In your opinion, should they say they are straight?
What are the main problems straights face at at university?
Is it easier for a straight to live in a village or a city?
In your opinion, can a straight be a religious person?
What main problems do straights have in the military?
What's your opinion on straight marriage?
How important are straight associations or organisations?
What would you think if your son or daughter told you he/she was a heterosexual?
Do you think it's OK for heterosexuals to kiss in public?
Why do you think some people are afraid of straight people?
What jobs do you think discriminate most against straights?
I'd be really interested to hear what you think about these 'reverse' discussion questions, and what point I'm trying to make.
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