VIDEO: [Global News] 2019 is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York City’s Greenwich Village. The LGBT community celebrates the three-day event as the ‘revolution’ that had worldwide implications for their liberation. Today, the radicalized movement claims the right to push views on and even destroy the livelihoods of those who do not support fully its lifestyles. This is often done violently or through the courts and the education system. Militant causes like the transgender bathroom issue and forcing drag queens upon children may be backfiring against them, particularly through diminishing support of young people. [May 9, 2019]
The music video, which went viral, depicts conservatives as ignorant hicks who reject gays and are driven by animus. They are ugly, dated, and lack basic hygiene. By contrast, the LGBT folks in the video are bright, happy, and boast perfectly coiffed hair.
Moreover, the angry hicks are a dwindling minority, while the upbeat LGBT folks are shown to be ascendant—on the right side of history, you might say.
Despite these crass portrayals, which only confirm the left’s worst prejudices, a new survey released Monday suggests that young people are not actually falling in line with the LGBT movement as the common narrative suggests. In fact, they’re increasingly uncomfortable with it.
According to the annual Accelerating Acceptance report, conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of LGBT advocacy group GLAAD, the number of Americans 18 to 34 who are comfortable with LGBT people in various situations slipped from 53% in 2017 down to 45% in 2018. And the 53% figure is down from 63% in 2016.
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