What is the Left?
Are we obsessed with the culture war?
Did we choose this battleground on this set of exotic issues? Did we redefine the month of June as Pride Month or was it progressive activists? Did we expand the map of social issues from abortion and gun control to “trans” and CRT and open borders and “Defund the Police” and so forth?
“Issues of equality and acceptance of transgender and nonbinary people — along with challenges to their rights — have become a major topic in the headlines. These issues can involve words and ideas and identities that are new to some.
That’s why we’ve put together a glossary of terms relating to gender identity. Our goal is to help people communicate accurately and respectfully with one another.
Proper use of gender identity terms, including pronouns, is a crucial way to signal courtesy and acceptance. Alex Schmider, associate director of transgender representation at GLAAD, compares using someone’s correct pronouns to pronouncing their name correctly – “a way of respecting them and referring to them in a way that’s consistent and true to who they are. …”
There are 20,000 new genders and even more combinations of neopronouns which were made up on Tumblr over the last decade. You are bigoted for refusing to go along with this fashionable delusion and pushing back against those who force gender confusion on your children.
“A prominent American cereal company has partnered with an LGBT advocacy group to create a special cereal packaged in a box encouraging children to choose their own pronouns.
Kellogg’s, the parent company of popular cereal brands including Apple Jacks, Frosted Flakes, Fruit Loops, Raisin Bran, Rice Krispies and Special K, unveiled its “Together with Pride” campaign in partnership with the GLAAD last week.
The campaign, which has adopted the slogan “Boxes are for cereal, not people,” will last from May 1 to Nov. 30, 2021. It rests on the premise that “No matter who you are, who you love or what pronouns you use, you’re too awesome to fit into a box.” …”
Cereal used to be for breakfast.
Darkness and bigotry reigned in America in the 1990s and 2000s before Frosted Flakes and Coca Cola and Aunt Jemima became culture war landmines due to social justice activism.