Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Since When Did Criticism Of Gay People Become 'Anti-Gay Hate'?
But when you turn the tables on them and point out the GL community deficiencies in being good allies, their own historically documented shady behavior, or their problems with the biphobia, transphobia and bigotry in their ranks then all of a sudden they get huffy about it and you get castigated as a 'hater' or peddling in 'anti-gay hate'?
Excuse me? Is this another term I'll have to add to the Gay, Inc Dictionary? .
One thing is certain, y'all have been watching the conservafools and trying to ape those projection tactics. It ain't cute.
What got my attention and triggered this post was this NG 2.0 blog post that accuses ENDAblog of being anti-gay.
If you're accusing ENDAblog of being anti-gay because Kat has been highly critical of the 'all marriage all the time' slant of gay activism lately, you're tripping.
But Kat's a big girl and she can more than defend herself. She doesn't need my help doing so.
You really want to see examples of anti-gay hate, how about surfing over to any conservative dominated website, Unfocused on the Family, or read the ramblings of Bryan Fischer, Maggie Gallagher, the Tea Klux Klan, the Texas Republican Party platform or Marcus and Michele Bachmann?
There's a difference between thoughtful criticism of policy stances and straight up hateful rhetoric, and some of y'all in the GL community need to learn the difference between the two..