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I think it's more a fear of the world changing about them, and not wanting to change it. I think that's the reactionary impulse, from misogyny, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, etc. I can't tell you how often I see angry people saying "THEY HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THAT NOT EVERYONE ACCEPTS THAT!" That's a fear, I believe. A fear of change, and of being left behind, unable to cope. Or accept. It is really about acceptance? I don't think so. BUT I think that's how they see the situation: fighting back against a societal compulsion to accept something they see as abhorrent. In other words, they see themselves as victims in the face of unreasonable forces demanding they give up their principles.


At least, that's my take. ;')

p.s. To those who say we need to understand not everyone accepts us? Well, I doubt you're reading this but if you are: We know. We're gonna keep on being ourselves and advocating for equality regardless.

 


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