The Necessity of Pride Month
Anna J. Haynes

So, basically, it’s “me. Me. Me. Me.”

You have a movement that cannot accept that their main and secondary goals were achieved some time ago and forcibly invent be slights to battle against.

Why not have a pride month? Because you are not special or unique and the way you identify doesn’t really bother anyone or of any interest to anyone. In essence “you do you.”

You can’t ask for equal treatment from others where all you do is ask for special treatment. You can’t have both.

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