A century ago, the Jewish sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld was pioneering the modern LGBTQ movement in Berlin in the Weimar Republic.
“During the years before Nazism destroyed Europe, a German Jew in Berlin pioneered what became the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
Magnus Hirschfeld was the first clinician to prove that gays are at a higher risk for committing suicide, and he founded the world’s first community health center for LGBTQ individuals. On the legal front, Hirschfeld spent decades attempting to convince German leaders to abolish “Paragraph 175,” a law that criminalized homosexuality.
A hundred years ago, Hirschfeld made headlines around the world as Germany’s “Einstein of Sex.” In the summer of 1919, he opened the pioneering Institute for Sexual Research in the heart of Berlin. The German government gave Hirschfeld a villa to house his immense archive, a Museum of Sex, and various clinical spaces. …
“The woman who needs to be liberated most is the woman in every man, and the man who needs to be liberated most is the man in every woman,” said Hirschfeld of the women’s rights movement. “
The Nazis drove Hirschfield out of Germany, burned his books and closed down his Institute for Sexual Science. He never got the chance to push the envelope of cultural degeneration as far as it has been taken in the modern West under liberal democracy.
We shouldn’t have any sympathy for Hirschfield. The shoe is on the other foot today and the same authoritarian methods are used to persecute anyone who stands against the tide of Jewish cultural degeneracy and Third World immigration. It is nationalists who are arrested and have their books burned and their speech restricted in modern Germany. More books were burned after World War II by the victorious Allies than were ever burned by the Nazis.
Note: It is anti-Semitic to notice what Jews are talking about on any given day.