To say a group is marginalized requires a suitable context. Let me illustrate with an analogy. Imagine that all the population lived in vehicles on the coast to coast road system. Would it have any meaning to say that blue vans are marginalized when the drivers have the same rights on the road as all other drivers and the same freedom to go anywhere that their intentions carried them? If you think instead that the population moves in one direction, like a herd, then to say that an identifiable set of individuals is marginalized means that they are pressured to the fringe. That is the way socialist liberal governments see the population. They call the herd society and their goal is to design it until it looks good. Almost by definition that ideal society includes everybody. Therefore, governments try to expunge all criteria by which people are differentiated but some of those criteria are sound. Homosexuality and variations thereof have less value to the population than heterosexuality because the latter replaces those who die and conforms to the obvious design of nature which is male-female coupling.
Filed under: Social media comments | October 26th, 2018