I didn’t watch it, but I’m told last night’s LGBTQBDSM candidates’ forum convinced yet more of you that irenic proceduralism and golly-gee persuasion may not be up to snuff these days. . . .— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) October 11, 2019
Pete Buttigieg: “I’m very mindful of the fact that my experience as a gay man, but as a white cisgendered gay man, means that there are dimensions for example of what it’s like to be a black trans woman that I do not personally understand.” pic.twitter.com/pDoLd5NMag— The Hill (@thehill) October 12, 2019
Beto stuns, claims churches, colleges and universities should lose their tax-exempt status if they oppose same-sex marriage. pic.twitter.com/YvzP28Ehhs— BlazeTV (@BlazeTV) October 11, 2019
Here’s the reminder that you can never be woke enough. Sorry, CNN. pic.twitter.com/JaoVWcQvjo— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) October 11, 2019
This is liberalism now.
Give it an inch on the grounds of fairness and it will take a mile. There are absolutely no brakes on this train as it levels and destroys all natural distinctions in the name of equality.
“What does the new Victoria’s Secret look like? For starters, the hired its first transgender model, Valentina Sampaio, earlier in August and its first plus-sized model Ali Tate earlier this week. Next up? Victoria’s Secret is making sure its new cast of Angels are represented in all of its stores.
According to WWD, this month Victoria’s Secret is collaborating with Emily Bendell’s Bluebella, the UK-based lingerie label that has long been dedicated to empowering women, on a collection that “celebrates inclusivity and strength—each piece is designed for modern, empowered, and confident women.” The advertisement for the collection, which features May Simón Lifschitz, Ali Tate Cutler, Olivia Sang and Laura Rakhman-Kidd, are not only online at victoriassecret.com, but in stores as well, including the New York City flagship shop on Fifth Avenue and London’s Bond Street location …
For the uninitiated, Victoria’s Secret has been scrutinized for its lack of inclusivity in the past following former L Brands’ chief marketing officer Ed Razek’s comments about transgender and plus-size models. …”
For those keeping score, liberalism began its campaign against racial distinctions between the 1940s and 1960s. It has long since progressed beyond that to the point where it now wants to abolish distinctions of beauty in this latest campaign against the prejudice of lookism.
It wants to abolish natural distinctions of sex between men and women so that little boys can be transformed into little girls and vice versa. It wants to decriminalize the border to abolish distinctions between nations. It wants to have the government confiscate firearms from private citizens. It proposes to give free healthcare to illegal aliens. It wants to revoke the tax exempt status of churches, colleges, universities that oppose gay marriage. It wants Silicon Valley to censor the internet to eliminate all dissent from the liberal narrative in the mainstream media. Almost as an afterthought, it wants to “declare war on White Nationalism.”
Who is the “extremist” in our current social order? It is the people who still have same beliefs as their ancestors or that they did about these subjects five years ago.
Note: It is only October 2019 so we likely still have some more slippery slope to slide down.