After reaching double figures (the ten subjects could have made a university program if I’d been allowed to study white working-class studies when I asked in 2005, as Black Studies do theirs – when the grooming of that demographic by non-whites was still at its height, and years before it was finally revealed – after being hidden several times, as reported on Wikipedia!) with some of the most important general social issues and history I’ll end this series with LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual) rights.
It’s not my battle (am I racist for including it; or would I be homophobic for not!?), but erupted last year with the Muslim community objecting to it being on the school curriculum. That wasn’t surprising to me, knowing a bit about the world.
As this state of LGBT rights in the world graphic shows, Africa, Middle East and South Asia have the least rights:
I could go on to argue the many cases that suggest universal white privilege is a myth (I think it’s more about money in the USA, where all this starts – is a poor white person going to have the same privilege as the Obamas (I remember Bette Midler in an interview saying Barack grew up in a richer part of Hawaii than her!), Serena Williams and Kanye West?! How did O.J. Simpson escape the double murder (his white wife and a white man) charge – corruption, or because he could afford the best lawyer?).