Some members of the gay-rights community are adding the letter ‘K,’ for “kink,” to the ever-expanding acronym of identities.
The official acronym is now LGBTQQICAPF2K+ according to the magazine The Gay UK. That stands for “Lesbian,” “Gay,” “Bisexual,” “Transgender,” “Queer,” “Questioning,” “Intersex,” “Curious,” “Asexual,” “Agender,” “Ally,” “Pansexual,” “Polysexual,” “Friends and family,” “Two-spirit” and “Kink.”
The Gay UK said the acronym has been growing since the 90s “out of a need to move away from the limiting ‘gay community’” and to “encompass any community that defines itself as anything but heterosexual or cisgender.”
Far be it from me to tell these kooks how to run their victimhood business, but by diluting their claims of injustice by including every sexual deviation, from pederasty to bestiality to incest, they will lose (I hope — who knows what our schools will produce in the next decade?) the sympathy and support of the only group they do exclude, heterosexuals. We're still the vast majority of people in this world — since we're the only humans among all these groups who can procreate, nature presumably intended it that way — and the rainbow crowd is dependent upon the tolerance of that majority to protect their perceived right to be different. But what started as a perfectly reasonable demand by gays to be left alone has steadily expanded: first, the demand that bakers with religious scruples against it bake them wedding cakes, then a demand that male adults be permitted into female bathrooms and showers, and now, that goat fuckers be tolerated, even celebrated by society.
Just as the #Me Too movement has quickly devolved from a protest against employers raping employees and masturbating in front of them to silly, stupid claims that someone offended them 20 years ago by telling a bawdy joke, these latest claimants to the victimhood ensemble trivialize the legitimate complaints of real victims.
If I were one of those real victims, I'd be pissed, but if they can't control their borders, that's their problem.