THE LARGE COMMUNITY OF MEN

“Most of the language in this book speaks to heterosexual men but does not exclude homosexual men.  It wasn’t until the eighteenth century that people ever used the term homosexual; before that time gay men were understood simply as a part of the large community of men.  The mythology as I see it does not make a big distinction between homosexual and heterosexual men.”

From the Preface of Iron John: A Book About Men, by Robert Bly

It was a mistake to set homosexuals and lesbians apart from heterosexuals.

And it is an even greater mistake to set homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals (or transgendered individuals) apart from heterosexuals–and into a category called LGBT.

The heterosexuals who set these groups of people apart–into a separate group of groups that have nothing in common with one another–marginalize the people in these groups.

In an effort to encourage (or appear to encourage) inclusion, the politically-correct establishment encourages exclusion.

The politicians and the press do not even define this deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history as an attack on the gay community.  They define it as an attack on the LGBT community.

In this way, it is easier for the majority of Americans to remove themselves from the victims.

No.  This deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history was not an attack on the LGBT community–or even the gay community.

It was an attack on the American community–and the large community of men.

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