Quote notes (#18)
John Lloyd on the other (and bigger) ‘no borders’ movement — the pink wedge:
Not so long ago how a country’s administration handled its ‘homosexual problem’ would be thought of as its business. Many still think that way. But most Western democracies don’t. They haven’t just adopted legislation that enjoins equality of treatment for all, irrespective of sexuality. They have taken seriously, for the most part, the claims made by gay organizations for many years: that discrimination against gay men and women is an affront to civil liberties, and that when some states pursue discriminatory policies, those who do not should make their disapproval clear. Gay rights are now part of the world’s clash of cultures.
Is Political Correctness emerging as an even more significant factor in international relations than it is in domestic cultural reconstruction?
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