Born From Two Worlds But Welcomed In None? The Dichotomy of Homosexuality & Race


Sly Merritt has a BA in psychology/sociology. MA in clinical psychology. He's a flip flop wearing hippy with a peaceloving mindset. Even pacifists like him know when it's time to do all we can for LGBTQ equality. Sly's views are all opinions not advice.

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  1. Politicalguineapig says:

    Good article, except for this: Men and women fought together for equality even though this issue affected women.

    In the very early days of the suffrage movement, African American men did ally with women,but only because they shared a common cause. After 1864, there were no men involved in any feminist movement. Straight men have never had any interest in women’s rights, because it doesn’t benefit them and they all share a subconcious dislike of women.

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