22 April, 2014
Gay marriage, bigotry, and Mozilla: Conor Friedersdorf explains how gay people should deal with homophobes.
Gay marriage, bigotry, and Mozilla: Conor Friedersdorf explains how gay people should deal with homophobes.: Indeed, it seems the height of privilege blindness to schoolmarm gays about how to engage their aggressors when Friedersdorf, in point of fact, has no idea what omnipresent psychological torture feels like. If he did, he might better understand why many of us can’t really get too exercised about a rich straight dude losing a gig because his company found him a mismatch with its culture; why, in the grand scheme of things, that truly minor incident might not seem like such an Issue of Vital Importance to the Republic. If he did, he might get how maddening it is to see your life reduced to another in a list of issues that are acceptable cocktail chatter this weekend.