I can't stop thinking about comment I saw from a liberal about the gay right's movement.
They said that the Gay Liberation Front did not agitate for same-sex marriage because they were *less* radical.
Further, they suggested that the biggest step forward in the gay right's movement was adopting the goal of "being able to form families" as the right was unable to push against that so hard.
I think it's telling that a liberal's idea of a step forward is ideological capitulation to the right and seeking participation in the structures of oppression
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