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Ban Gay Men, Say Gay SJWs

It never ends with the SJWs (MSSA/Shutterstock)
It never ends with the SJWs (MSSA/Shutterstock)

A gay reader sends in this example of Social Justice Warriors gone wild in the UK:

The National Union of Students’ LGBT Campaign has passed a motion calling for the abolition of representatives for gay men – because they “don’t face oppression” in the LGBT community.

The NUS LGBT+ Campaign discussed the issue at its annual conference, which took place in Sheffield this week.

At the event, delegates passed a motion that blames “cis gay men” for “misogyny, transphobia, racism and biphobia”.

It says: “Misogyny, transphobia, racism and biphobia are often present in LGBT+ societies. This is unfortunately more likely to occur when the society is dominated by white cis gay men.”

The motion continues to call on LGBT societies at universities – many of whom have dedicated reps for lesbians, trans people, bi people and gay men – to abolish the role for gay men.

 

You’ve got to click on that “motion” hyperlink above, and read what these loonies resolved at their conference. NUS = National Union of Students. For example:

Conference Believes

1) Ace students are included under the NUS LGBT+ banner and have their own caucus at LGBT+ Conference, but have no representative on the committee

2) ‘Ace’ is used in this sense to include both asexual and aromantic spectrum identified students

Got that? “Ace” is now an oppressed group.

The reader writes, of SJWs:

I felt for a while that their hearts were in the right place-or at least in a nearby vicinity- but they’re hugely misguided. But this piece has changed my view from them being misguided to them being downright cannibalistic, vapid, sorry excuses for intellectuals.

Sooner or later, they will consume themselves. But a lot of damage will be done before that blessed day.

about the author

Rod Dreher is a senior editor at The American Conservative. A veteran of three decades of magazine and newspaper journalism, he has also written three New York Times bestsellers—Live Not By Lies, The Benedict Option, and The Little Way of Ruthie Lemingas well as Crunchy Cons and How Dante Can Save Your Life. Dreher lives in Baton Rouge, La.

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