Relentless Thinking Fury
- Jan 25, 2013
- Reaction score
- Political Leaning
“Pride really should be for queer folks,” said Amy Sueyoshi, a lifelong San Francisco resident, who identifies as genderqueer. “It’s not for straight people to demonstrate their queer-friendliness. I’d like that they do that in their daily lives.”
I've actually heard quite a bit of this kind of hate speech. Such bigotry, such intolerance, such racism... Some people can't accept acceptance I guess.
Oh wait! But then that means you're no longer unique, that you're no longer able to identify yourself as a member of a persecuted group. The meaning you found in victimhood now rings hollow. Leaving a void. You can't believe that those who haven't suffered as you've suffered, who haven't fought as you fought, who haven't cried as you've cried, these people are now joining in on "your thing". How dare they!
I guess hypocrisy comes in a rainbow of varieties...