I don't like having to defend a large section of people that make the world worse off.
So the root problems with gays is that they spread diseases, actually touch children, and have other compounded issues (those spread out to other causing more misery in the world).
Dealing anything with blanket measures is a good way to isolate the few good upstanding people. While the percentage of the total population may be small, and those numbers that are both good people, and have the capability to take vengeance is even smaller. A few people working against the best interest of the world will find those that hold the same grudge.
I'm not saying this shouldn't be implemented, but it is a serious concern to know of. It is a potential major step (of many different solutions) in stopping subversion at large.>>266288
From my perspective it boils down to having an even playing field in laws, child care, and for marriage. Removing the public indoctrination that all cunts ought to be believed and supported no matter what is a key stone. (Damned biological impulses to further support this.)
Adding actual support pillars for men is just as important if not more so to combat the whole clusterfuck . Having a society that does actually care about the well being of everyone. Especially and including men.>>266279
Lemmings, and NPCs are pretty big problems. The biggest are the traitors, and the ones that strike from the shadows.
Men have changed the world, yes, but one thing to see is the people that will move the mountains that have the leadership to bring Lemmings, NPCs, and competent people together are hidden gems that have to be polished. (One must have the leader, then the first core followers, the secondary followers, only then the masses will join. Meritocracy to make everything work better to do the most with what is available.)>Normal white men that say, "Oh, I don't care about immigration so long as they work for themselves and aren't criminals," that causes this.
There are two parts. One, they don't understand Why it's a problem in the present or future. Two, they don't care, we've seen this across history and in various generations. (The "It's not MY problem" apathetic, "It won't be MY problem" disregard for the future, and "Is it a problem? No, it must be the newfangled hip crisis." bias that dictates what ought to be thought of.)