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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. What is this ‘Diversity’ anyway? Continue reading A unifying theory of the term ‘homophobia’, part 5: The Diversity Hoax