A unifying theory of the term ‘homophobia’, part 5: The Diversity Hoax

In 1969, gay activist George Weinberg attributed an imaginary ‘phobia’ to people of any opposing view. Since then, a new term has risen on the horizon: ‘diversity’. If ‘Homophobia’ was strong language in 1969, the new-millenium-language is even stronger. This ‘diversity’ embraces everybody except, of course, the demonized and the persecuted who are not considered or defended as a part of the diversity spectrum. The flags are so big, that they can only be meant to tell others off and to be intimidating. Not even a World-Cup baseball team flag has such a size . What is this ‘Diversity’ anyway? Continue reading A unifying theory of the term ‘homophobia’, part 5: The Diversity Hoax