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Militant tendency homosexuality in japan

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The requested article has expired, and is no longer available. Any related articles, and user comments are shown below. Nov 15th ThursHigashi Azabu, Tokyo. Teach them the basics. Heck, Japanese schools can't even get the teaching of English right and seem to have a real issue with bullying. The gay people I know are quite happy with the tremendous progress we've made over the past few decades and they just want to be seen as ordinary people, not special or different or Militant tendency homosexuality in japan who need to be celebrated or referred to by particular pronouns.

A bit of an aside, but I think it's important that people understand where this comes from and who or what influences the academics and writers who push this militant LGBTQ agenda. By far, the most influencial in academic circles is the Marxist philosopher Herbert Marcuse who wrote Eros and Civilization in the s and invented the entire field of 'critical theory'.

One of his stated aims was to promote a sexual culture of ' polymorphism perversion ' his words, not mine which would help convince people that society was fundamentally opposed to their new sexual lifestyle and therefore had to be torn down at which point the Marxist revolution would step in. He and his fellow Marxist thinkers were deeply disappointed that the western, white, heterosexual working class proletariat had refused to rise up in a marxist revolution across Europe when they had the chance, so after WW2 they started looking for other groups which might be able to bring about the revolution.

They Militant tendency homosexuality in japan racial, religious and sexual minorities as their new substitute proletariat. Yes, I know this sounds absolutely crazy to the average person but it's entirely true. Perfect example of why Japanese education fails. You can't "teach" everything, nor should you. Militant tendency homosexuality in japan things have to be experienced, seen, stumbled upon, asked about and so on.

As a parent I don't want my elementary school kids to learn anything about LGBT or anything that doesn't concern their lives.