Defending LGB



From the comments, Jackson writes:

Ironic, isn’t it. The LGBTQ activists embrace the idea that if a 7-year-old boy likes to play with dolls and make-up he should be told he’s a girl and given chemicals so he doesn’t develop into a man. What could be a more reactionary approach to gender roles? Whereas an arch conservative is left to call this out as destructive nonsense.

He adds that:

The LGBTQ movement, with its embrace of spoils system identity politics and academic queer theory, has become progressively anti religious freedom, anti free speech [as well as] anti gay.

Others helpfully comment that one must never, ever, EVER challenge the views of the alphabet people.

7 Comments for “Defending LGB”

  1. posted by JohnInCA on

    Really? The guy who had his underlings defend sodomy laws in front of the SCOTUS? That’s who you’re going to?

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    • posted by Jackson on

      Ironic, isn’t it. The LGBTQ activists embrace the idea that if a 7-year-old boy likes to play with dolls and make-up he should be told he’s a girl and given chemicals so he doesn’t develop into a man. What could be a more reactionary approach to gender roles? Whereas an arch conservative is left to call this out as destructive nonsense.

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      • posted by JohnInCA on

        What could be a more reactionary approach to gender roles?

        Sodomy laws.

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  2. posted by Jackson on

    It’s time to ask whether the LGBTQ movement is becoming anti-gay.

    The LGBTQ movement, with its embrace of spoils system identity politics and academic queer theory, has become progressively anti religious freedom, anti free speech, and anti gay.

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  3. posted by Mike and David on

    More non-transgender people asserting that (1) they know what transgender people go through and (2) the can set transgender policy without consulting with transgender people.

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  4. posted by JohnInCA on

    Others helpfully comment that one must never, ever, EVER challenge the views of the alphabet people.

    … who?

    I mean, that’s not an uncommon comment from right-wingers, so someone probably will, but no one has actually said that, or anything like that, yet. Claiming that “others” have already said it before it happens is pretty weird dude.

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  5. posted by mike bauler on

    Ted Cruz has a horrible record on LGBT rights. I doubt very much he wants to see a sane transgender policy .

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