There’s no I in LGBTQ

Posted in activism, friendship, H-I-V

I – Inclusivity

Inclusivity is not a part of the LGBTQ community, that’s according to one gay representative’s actions anyway.

Michael Musto claims one should dump their gay republican friends.

This of course is not inclusive behavior, which is something the gay community (before it became the acronym community) pushed for, for a long, long time. Inclusiveness was the battle cry for decades!

In an article (rant) about this concept he states, “I have no use for them and would find it more than strained to attempt exchanging friendly banter with them, knowing full well that they’re basically self-loathing climbers who are furthering the mistreatment of mankind with their empty headed emissions.”

ROFL – Too Funny

In the article he also states, “the show spans a lot of topics, but Penny keeps it together as a tribute to the LGBTQF experience, especially in the days when….”

OMG what the Fuck is F??

Read all about it here at Out.com, a “magazine” that is good friends with such political statements as “Get tested for HIV” even though testing is a joke, and has relationships with such claims that we should avoid HIV by getting on PrEP, and has associations with such political and business views that accept money in exchange for promoting toxic HIV medications which caused many of my friends to died of it.

Note, I never shunned my dying friends when they insisted that their views on HIV were correct.