Monday, August 31, 2015

You Will Never be the "Cool Conservative"

Just don't try. Bruce Jenner has done more for the Left's goals of promoting deviance in this country than a whole busload of Black Lives Matter, and yet even he is treated as an ignorant child as soon as he shows a conservative viewpoint. Ali Elkin of Bloomberg Politics did the unthinkable, that is, watched an episode of Mr. Jenner's new show, I am Cait, and provided quotes like the following:
"Caitlyn is a person of tremendous privilege and power," Boylan says. "I'm a little afraid of what's going to happen when she meets a lot of transgender people who don't have the privilege that she has had." 
 "Cait thinks that because she read a couple of pages in a book that she's in the know, but she doesn't get it. She doesn't realize how common sex work stories are. She could never understand how it would feel to walk in those shoes. If she's going to be our representative, Cait needs to learn the struggle we all face."
And the best of them all:
 "Now I'm worried. Caitlyn has every right to be just as conservative as she chooses, but many transgender men and women need social programs to survive and that's nothing to be ashamed of," Boylan says. "Living in the bubble is an impediment to understanding other people. If Cait's going to be a spokesperson for our community, this is something she's going to have to understand." 
No matter how high you fly the standard for Neognosticism, no matter how many delusions you promote, you have no right to advance a position against the collective. If you're lucky, like Mr. Jenner, your reasoned positions will be brushed off as "living in a bubble." If you aren't, it could be your job.

Establishment respectability is no longer a brass ring worth chasing. This is the new American establishment, and even calling yourself "Cait" falls short.

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