You’re “sexually racist” if your sexual history lacks diversity, study claims
September 9, 2015
You’re racist if you don’t sleep with people outside your race, a study claims.
In the study entitled “Is Sexual Racism Really Racism,” researchers with the University of New South Wales assert that having racial preferences when it comes to sex is “sexual racism.”
“In fact, men who used online dating services more frequently were generally more likely to register as racist…,” feminist Samantha Allen wrote in an article about the study. “Sex researchers Denton Callander, Christy Newman, and Martin Holt asked over 2,000 gay and bisexual Australian men how they felt about race and dating through an online survey; these men also completed a region-specific version of the Quick Discrimination Index (QDI), a standard survey instrument that measures attitudes on race and diversity.”
“After putting these two data sets together, the trend was clear: ‘Sexual racism… is closely associated with generic racist attitudes, which challenges the idea of racial attraction as solely a matter of personal preference.'”
In other words, according to this “study,” if you’ve never had sex with someone outside your race, you’re probably racist, even if you’re a devout Christian who’s happily married and never slept around.
“While society is generally pretty comfortable condemning racism, there has been a surprising reluctance among people — gay or otherwise — to challenge racialized sex and dating practices,” Callander told the Daily Beast.
This campaign against “sexual racism” is the latest example of “cultural marxism,” the leftist movement against the culture of a nation – including traditions, languages, religions, individuality and family values – because they’re “oppressive.”
One of the ways cultural marxists wage war against culture is by changing communication and language through “political correctness,” which attempts to restrict a person’s speech and, ultimately, his thoughts.
“Political correctness is running rampant, and it is absolutely destroying this nation,” journalist Michael Snyder wrote. “In his novel 1984, George Orwell imagined a future world where speech was greatly restricted.”
“He called that the language that the totalitarian state in his novel created ‘Newspeak,’ and it bears a striking resemblance to the political correctness we see in America right now.”
Cultural marxists are falsely targeting culture because the true source of oppression is the government, which by definition is a monopoly on the use of force in a given territory.
And that’s why the government pushes cultural marxism: it absolves the state of its oppressive wrongdoings.
This article was posted: Wednesday, September 9, 2015 at 1:15 pm