Author Archives: Stephen H. Miller
The phenomenon should be studied and understood so criminal behavior can better be treated and controlled, and in doing so using an objective term such as “minor attracted people” isn’t out of bounds. But the professor muddies the waters by veering into the language of inclusion and being nonjudgmental, justified by making a distinction between sexual attraction and behavior when, as gay people know, the two are hard to distinguish in the real world. Some stigmas remain necessary, and sexual attraction to children is a prime example.
Sharing Andrew Sullivan’s tweet about a piece in The Stranger by a person with female genitalia who presents as a man and is outraged that gay men don’t want to have sex with this person. Transgenderism of this stripe is, as Sullivan and others have said, a negation of homosexuality and of gay rights, which is the defense of same-sex attraction and sexual intimacy—same-sex, not same-gender presentation.
Some of you assume I’m making this stuff up. He even calls gay men “cis fags”. They’re super sensitive until they aren’t. https://t.co/jOcpiiaxU6— Andrew Sullivan (@sullydish) November 13, 2021
We are told that the homophobia we see coming from the trans rights movement is just a small minority in online spaces only. Yet here is an article from a well known publication where the author says “Cis queer people have a problem with genitals.”https://t.co/2Jhz8jMBqk— LGB Alliance USA (@LGBAlliance_USA) November 14, 2021
And speaking of The Woke:
From the woke-scolds:
Dave Chappelle’s brand has become synonymous with ridiculing trans people and other marginalized communities. Negative reviews and viewers loudly condemning his latest special is a message to the industry that audiences don’t support platforming anti-LGBTQ diatribes. We agree. https://t.co/yOIyT54819— GLAAD (@glaad) October 6, 2021
Wokists attacking Chappelle tend to be the sort that are cheering Trudeau.