Eat your hearts out all you bigots and begin celebrating gay Olympians, writes The Washington Post columnist Jerry Brewer in a 1,300-word “PSA” for LGBT activists. Homosexual U.S. Olympic athletes Gus Kenworthy (proper) and Adam Rippon (at left in ) at the moment are free males and it is fantastic, not controversial, Brewer writes. If you disagree with him, you have got a significant issue.
“Gus Kenworthy is free. Eat your heart out, Mike Pence, and anyone else predisposed to sneering at his good, gay life,” Brewer writes with an creativeness that fully fabricated the thought of sneering by Pence.
Somehow within the period of Trump and Pence the United States is fielding its most numerous Winter Olympic squad ever. Pre-dating these Olympic Games, it has been a gentle media drumbeat on race and gender. Anyone perceived to oppose LGBT coverage positions is taken down by LGBT teams and the left-stream media. Fear of them has largely eradicated public opposition. Tolerance is now not sufficient, and now Brewer calls for we have fun homosexuality:
“Some wonder why the latter deserves such recognition. They must not understand the harsh effects of social exclusion. It’s too easy to marginalize, to judge and to hinder people considered different. So Kenworthy’s pride matters. He’s one of the best in the world at what he does. And he’s gay. Don’t merely tolerate it. Celebrate it.”
Fail to do this and you will be taken down. LGBT athletes and supportive media have used the Olympic stage to advocate towards conversion remedy by assaults on Vice-president Pence as effectively.
Brewer wrote that “Kenworthy doesn’t want to be known merely as ‘the gay skier, the gay Olympian.’ But for now, it’s important that he live with the label to change perceptions and counter the hatred …”
Brewer expects to see extra athletes skating, snowboarding, curling out of the closet sooner or later. Though at the moment there actually is not a lot of a closet anymore. Think Bruce Jenner, Michael Sam and Jason Collins and all of the Women’s NBA lesbians and the overwhelming media adulation they reaped. The media virtually worship them and any concern issue for LGBT athletes appears extra phantasm than actual.
Yet Brewer thinks it takes braveness for the Kenworthys to come back out publicly and emerge with a newfound freedom. Brewer fires his closing shot at those that do not dummy as much as the LGBT juggernaut:
“Eat your hearts out, bigots.”
That’s been the Olympic theme message established by an Instagram put up of Kenworthy’s and repeated by media parrots. But what’s it we’re presupposed to envy right here? We’re truly grieving the lack of our former go-to media for sports activities outcomes, media who’ve traded goal reporting for politics, race-baiting, LGBT and social justice activism.