LGBT student activist group says gay men not oppressed enough to deserve representation

LGBT student activist group says gay men not oppressed enough to deserve representation

The National Union of Students’ LGBT Campaign — a coalition of British student-activists — passed a motion to end committee representation for gay men, because they aren’t as oppressed as other LGBT individuals: like students of color and transgender students.

That’s the latest hilariously self-parodying move by the famously illiberal NUS, an organization wholly dedicated to the enshrinement of safe spaces and the abolition of free expression at British universities. NUS routinely attempts to deny speaking platforms to people who have ever expressed any views that violate far-left social justice orthodoxy (Germaine GreerPeter Tatchell, and Julie Bindel are three recent examples).

According to Pink News, delegates at the LGBT Campaign’s yearly gathering decided that “Misogyny, transphobia, racism and biphobia are often present in LGBT+ societies. This is unfortunately more likely to occur when the society is dominated by white cis gay men.”

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