The Guardian: Rise of Free-Thinking, LGBT Conservatives Is ‘Troubling’

The Guardian called the rise of free-thinking, LGBT conservatives “troubling” in an article on Thursday.

The article, written by Arwa Mahdawi, criticized popular LGBT conservatives, including former OUT Magazine employee Chadwick Moore, who was fired after coming out as a conservative, and the Log Cabin Republicans, attempting to paint right-wing LGBT men and women as an “influential group of gay, white, and financially well-off men,” made up of Nazis, white nationalists, and misogynists.

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  • Marius K

    I think once being gay had that aura of being an outcast and I mean in positive sense. When they became the mainstream they are just boring fixture with annoying parades. Good them to move PROGRESSIVELY toward conservative views.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    The Guardian doesn’t want anyone to have free thought.

  • tom_billesley

    I bet they’re islamophobes too.

  • This is another reason why leftism must be destroyed. ANY dissent from its hallowed ranks is treated as a nuisance to a spoiled child.

  • Alain

    Like all good communists the people at the Guardian only believe in collectives and therefore scorn the individual. When people only exist as members of a collective, there must be no such thing as individuals, much less individuals thinking for themselves. To be fair the West itself converted to this tenet of communism by grouping citizens as members of different collectives of which the first fruit was affirmative action. It has continued going from bad to worse.