Homosexual conservatives exist and are having a second within the US — RT World Information

Ever extra homosexuals are shifting away from the oppressive rainbow-flag-waving LGBTQ alphabet – and we’re simply getting began

For much too lengthy, being homosexual or lesbian has been tied to liberalism. Lastly, that paradigm is shifting as extra of the homosexual group refuses to be lectured by Democrats that we MUST vote the way in which they do if we “care about our personal pursuits.” These pursuits, it seems, are as numerous because the homosexual inhabitants itself. Homosexuals aren’t a monolith, and regardless of the Democratic Get together’s presumption to talk for all of us, they most actually don’t.

The homosexual conservative motion has grown exponentially over the past a number of a long time, with a significant uptick since Donald Trump entered the political scene in 2015. By 2020, one survey discovered 45% of homosexual males deliberate to solid their vote for the “imply Tweeter” that election 12 months. Maybe it wasn’t misplaced on them that Trump appointed the nation’s first homosexual cupboard member, Richard Grenell, as Director of Nationwide Intelligence that very same 12 months. But it surely’s extra possible that that they had merely turned off CNN.

It’s not that homosexual Republicans weren’t at all times round, or engaged. We’ve been energetic within the GOP for a very long time, and particularly for the reason that Seventies founding of Log Cabin Republicans, the nation’s oldest and largest homosexual political group. For a little bit of historical past, Log Cabin helped strike down ‘don’t ask, don’t inform’ legal guidelines within the navy in 2010. Many years earlier, in 1978, aided by Ronald Reagan, the group managed to defeat the Briggs Initiative, which might have prevented homosexuals from instructing in public faculties. (The initiative was finally declared unconstitutional). However even with this vital work, homosexual Republicans have for probably the most half been a minority inside a minority, usually drowned out by the opposite facet, and merely tolerated or ignored by our personal occasion. That’s now not the case.

In 2022, I can activate Fox Information and see Tammy Bruce, an out lesbian, explaining the agenda of the occasion she left behind, alongside podcast host Josh Slocum. I can take heed to Tucker Carlson have a dialogue with journalist Chadwick Moore, who ‘got here out’ as a conservative in recent times. Watching homosexual women and men go on tv with out being anticipated to stay to homosexual points is a major second in American tradition. Quite than ‘othering’ ourselves, we’re merely People who occur to be homosexual. We will focus on the problems that have an effect on us all, no matter who we date or marry. It’s a good looking factor to behold.

Arriving at this level in historical past took plenty of onerous work, however it additionally took the reliability of the left to at all times handle to push their agenda too far, thus expelling anybody unwilling to tow the occasion line. The extra center-left amongst them, and people who I might name ‘basic’ Democrats (age 40 and older) are more and more rejecting the intense views of the brand new left-wing order – an order which appears to be made up of largely white city teachers and technocrats. Should you’re solely simply catching up, they’re the blue checkmarks of the Twitterverse, waving their new grotesquely-designed delight flags that most individuals don’t acknowledge, together with most homosexual individuals. They listing their pronouns on LinkedIn, and can be acknowledged by strict adherence to face masks (particularly exterior strolling the canine alone like Jill Biden instructed them to do) and any event that requires a raised fist and a BLM hashtag. Now not pro-choice, they’re pro-abortion and so they need you to understand it. Drag queens on the bars are now not sufficient. Oh no! They need – and demand – to put in one in each elementary college, and in the event you don’t prefer it, you’re a bigot. They’re usually indignant, and for some cause, are actually into blue or inexperienced hair dye. However above all, they’re loyal haters of Donald Trump, and can foam on the mouth on the mere point out of his title. And whereas a few of that is entertaining, their radicalism has absolutely served to repel many who used to vote on their facet. 

A type of former Democrats is a homosexual man named Brandon Straka, who watched an edited CNN clip that ceaselessly modified his view of the left and their mainstream media lackeys. Straka is the founding father of the WalkAway Basis, which started in 2016 as a grassroots motion that impressed 1000’s of individuals to ‘stroll away’ from the left.

The timing for the WalkAway motion was impeccable, as a result of the nation had reached a degree the place homosexual rights had been clearly achieved. We had same-sex marriage rights and have been residing in an America that the majority would agree was removed from hostile towards homosexual individuals. Even the necessity for a yearly delight parade grew to become dated, and as such, had steadily became a company smorgasbord, largely to promote booze to younger gays in massive cities. We weren’t marching for our rights anymore, as a result of we already had our rights. This wasn’t misplaced on organizations like HRC and GLAAD, after all, who panicked on the thought of dropping their level of existence and the salaries that accompanied it. With their raison d’etre beginning to disappear, they rapidly hoisted the trans flag.

By 2016, and in reality years earlier than, Pleasure parades had morphed into embarrassing shows of nudity, kink, and demonstrations of extra. They have been public events and had nothing to do with homosexual equality. We already had equality, and many people, particularly in the event you leaned conservative, now not needed to participate in one thing that solely served to undermine our unique trigger, which was merely to be accepted and allowed the identical authorized rights and protections as heterosexuals. On the identical time, many homosexual women and men have been rising uneasy with the LGBT acronym and the way it stored including letters.

To make a protracted story quick, the letter growth occurred primarily as a result of transgender activists hijacked all that the homosexual rights motion as soon as was and made it right into a motion about gender and transgenderism. However not everybody was on board. It ought to go with out saying that being a gay and being transgender are completely unrelated, and some teams did pop as much as attempt to make that time recognized. However by the point the trans agenda took over, the LGBTQIA+ motion had grow to be a full-blown shadow political occasion, financing Democrat political candidates, infiltrating each left-wing media outlet, ousting homosexual individuals from their very own organizations, having them banned from Twitter, and fired from their jobs in the event that they dared to face as much as ‘Large Trans’. The hostile takeover left many gays, together with Democrats, eager to divorce the alphabet motion. Out of these, many switched political events, as is usually par for the course. The LGBTQIA+ left had formally grow to be the bullies on the homosexual bar.

On the identical time, Brandon Straka’s WalkAway motion was gaining momentum. There have been movies and public talking occasions that rallied the homosexual proper and the politically homeless alike. Straka was in a position to attain individuals as a result of he was talking the reality. A reality that had been buried for a very long time – gays have been getting used as Democrats’ political pawns, and exploited and lied to.

Straka additionally performed a significant function in revealing the incessant propaganda about Donald Trump, as fabricated by CNN, the New York Occasions, and different left-wing media shops. Right here was a younger, good-looking, well-spoken homosexual man saying “you’ve been lied to, there’s one thing higher, and sure it’s okay to love Trump, and it’s okay to like America.” This was revolutionary, and it woke individuals up. Individuals are nonetheless waking up. Each week, I hear a few journalist, a star or a TikTok influencer saying they’ve lastly had sufficient of the cult of 87 genders and a political occasion that doesn’t appear to be grounded in actuality.

Now that we’re lastly standing as much as the far left, and we’ve got actual momentum, I really feel our group has another job to do. We owe it to our nation, to ourselves, and to future generations to talk out in opposition to the LGBT occasion’s blatant try to push gender ideology and sexuality on kids in public faculties. No grownup has anywhere speaking to minors about their sexuality, and it’s going to take our vocal involvement and standing along with the mother and father to cease this madness. Simply as Log Cabin Republicans defeated the Briggs Initiative and guarded our proper to enter the instructing area, we now have the accountability to verify academics aren’t grooming youngsters in our title.

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