Do you think LGBT rights is just just a fad that will fizzle out in 10 years from now?

Men wanting to use women bathrooms, same sex relationships being taught in schools, not being allowed to call people gay anymore as an insult. 10 years ago this wasn't the case, nobody cared. This seems to be all a sudden fad to get people heated about something and I'm wondering if all this far left stuff will all just fizzle out in a few years when the media decide to get everyone passionate and outraged about something else.

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  • 1 year ago

    We have records of people back in the Victorian times choosing to live as women or men when they were not born that way. Even earlier: there is a Roman emperor who actually legally married a man, early church leaders who chose to identify as “a woman in body but not in spirit” and were celebrated for it. People have been lgbt+ long before now, but now people can be open about it.

    Idk if this is a serious ask or not but you should know that just because you haven’t heard about something or it wasn’t ‘popular’ doesn’t mean it wasn’t there. It was just ignored or punished or hidden.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    It used to be cool or a joke to call someone gay. It made you well liked and popular.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    they already had they right to vote while they denied blacks the right to vote

  • 1 year ago

    not according to the bible! for people shall wax more eviler

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    They already have equal rights, but they want special rights that no one else has.

  • Truth
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    1 year ago

    yes, but i am afraid of what will take its place

  • 1 year ago

    No, I don't think so, because LGBT rights activism was increased when the AIDS crisis started, and that was nearly 40 years ago.

  • 1 year ago

    LGBT rights are only basic human rights that all people are entitled too. Those rights, if ever fully realized, will diminish hand in hand with your own rights. Men actually do not want to use the women's private spaces, while you are here...

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    These rights are written down in laws in many countries - so they are here to stay for the long term. However Gay rights are just beginning, there is a lot more work to do. And its going to advance and move forward far beyond what we ever imagined.

  • 1 year ago

    Just like every other fight for equality, LGBT rights movement will fade out and dissappear when equality is achieved. Just like when you were uncomfortable because you had to go to the same school and use the same bathroom as black people, your going to be uncomfortable when you have to work, go to school, and go to the bathroom in the same facilities as LGBT people.

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