Leftist Lexicon Word of the Week

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If you’ve noticed more rainbows recently, you might think it’s due to all the rain in the Midwest or people protesting the opening of a new Chick fil A. June is Gay Pride Month, so members of the LGBTQABCEASYAS123 community will be out and about letting their Pride flags fly.

And along with that, a Leftist agenda.

Not every LBGTQ person is a Leftist, but the idea has been hijacked by the Left, which makes it a great addition to the Lexicon.

gay pride

What the Left thinks it means – a celebration of gay people and a force to bring equality for them

What it really means – a sense of pride stemming from trying to separate people

Leftists look at everyone in terms of labels: what color you are, what gender you are, what color of wine you drink when insulting Trump supporters, and so on. That helps them make decisions about who they’re dealing with quickly and without much effort. And once they label a person, it gives them a sense they control the person or people being labeled. Combine that with the Left’s natural tendency to believe they know what’s best for everyone, and you have a recipe for intellectual domination.

This is especially true of the gay rights movement. Leftists think they know what’s best for gays and at least try to appear to support them, including appearing at Pride rallies. They support legislative remedies to what they see are “gay problems,” support judicial remedies, and back candidates who are friendly to the gay rights movement or are gay themselves. And who is on record in support of gay pride? You guessed it. Canadians. Oh, and Leftists, too.

Where problems arise is when you look at the source of pride itself. The popular line of thought today is that being gay is genetic, meaning it’s out of our control, which means gay pride is taking pride at something you didn’t and couldn’t plan on. Like…oh, I don’t know…having brown hair because it runs in your family. Yet, I don’t see any Brunette Pride rallies being formed because it’s no big deal ultimately. The Left wants to treat gay people as though they’re Fabrige unicorns, rare and delicate, which makes it harder for people to see gays as anything but and helps Leftists make the argument that they’re oppressed and need protection.

In other words, creating oppression out of little for fun, profit, and, oh yes, votes.

To hear Leftists talk, gays of all backgrounds are in danger because of the mean ole GOP who wants to take extreme measures to prevent them from existing. Just listen to how they treat Vice President Mike Pence based on well-spun narratives with little to no basis in fact. Yet, in spite of the barbed rhetoric to the contrary, Vice President Pence has been cordial to gay people he’s encountered. Whatever he believes doesn’t prevent him from treating gay people as, well, people.

This is where the separation part comes into play. By creating imaginary oppression and casting anyone outside of Leftist circles as the enemy, Leftists have forced gays to choose between the Leftist hivemind and being ostracized like Pence. And when the Left offers gays the illusion of happiness, it’s hard to say no. It’s even harder when they see how Leftists treat non-Leftist gays. Let’s just say marching in every Pride parade from now until the end of the world (or 12 years, whichever comes first) won’t absolve the Left’s homophobia where conservatives gays are concerned.

This alone should be enough to make gay people question how deep the Left’s commitment to gay pride is. Passing legislation or getting favorable judicial rulings on same sex marriages don’t mean much if the people behind them don’t respect gays as people. And, from where I sit, the Left doesn’t give one-tenth of one shit about gays as people. They see you as tokens to move around a game board as they see fit. Meanwhile, outside of a handful of hateful religious types like the Westboro Baptist Church, most people don’t care if you’re gay. They just want you to be good people. That’s it.

And, let me just say you’re not doing any favors with some of the antics at and after Pride parades. Assless chaps may make you feel empowered, but they’re scaring the normal folks into creating a negative stereotype of all gays, lesbians, trans people, and so on. The biggest enemy of gay pride is the gay pride movement itself. Most groups have swallowed the Leftist Kool Aid like it was their last drink before hiking through Death Valley, so they will advance agendas that have little to nothing to do with actually being gay while letting the outliers be the only thing people see.

My approach to gay pride is simple: I don’t care. If you’re proud of being gay, then be proud and proclaim it any way you see fit. However, when you do that, remember what you say and do will get amplified by people who oppose you or wish to use you as a means to an end. Put simply, one can be proud of who and what you are without turning it into a Robert Mapplethorpe LARP.

The great irony in gay pride, or any pride for that matter, is in how public some people feel it needs to be in order to be respected. To me, pride is like being a badass: if you have to advertise it, you’re not one. Using gay pride to build bridges between the heterosexual and homosexual worlds is a great place to start. Not everyone will be thrilled, but most people will accept you as you are as long as you’re willing to do the same. That’s what the Left doesn’t want the gay pride movement to know, and it’s obvious why. As long as gay people feel ashamed or scared, the Left can always swoop in and be a white knight, and once they do, they will hold that over your heads for the rest of your lives.

It really doesn’t matter to me if you’re gay, straight, bi, trans, queer, pansexual, potsexual, polysexual, asexual, or just there. Just be a decent human being and I’ll respect you and try to be and do the same to you. From personal observation, that seems to be what most people want, no matter what gender you like to have sex with.

So, to the gay pride supporters out there, I hope you have a great month and I wish you the best. Now, I have to get ready for my Brunette Pride rally next month.