Ilana Mercer writes:
… who crave nothing more than the state’s seal of approval. Go back to the days of the Stonewall Riots, when the police’s violations of privacy and private property were the object of gay anger and activism.
Invariably deployed to encroach on private property and police subversives, the political construct that is “discrimination” (“sexism, racism, blah, blah”) ought to be opposed by the party of individualism. So long as the individual keeps his paws to himself, let him think, speak, associate and dissociate at will. (…)
Prosperity and penury do not turn on gyno-centric and gay matters.
But leftist statists and libertarians of the left place these wedge issues at the forefront of the fight for freedom.
Every bit as bad as liberals, “libertarian” political operators are prepared to shed political blood over any imagined sign of bigotry.