- Mar 31, 2017
In contemporary terms it's being permissive in the face globalist lunatic sociology. A permissive attitude for parents to destroy their children is one example. Rendering marriage incoherent to flatter sexual minorities is another. Allowing mentally ill men to mutilate themselves because they "feel" like women whilst enlisting the population to indulge in this grotesque pretence so as to not to hurt feelings.... All that kinda thing.
The abortion issue is complex. I don't agree with abortion on demand, but you won't see me on any pro-life marches any time soon.
On the marriage issue, I don't think the state should be involved in the first place. Marriage should be a matter for churchs and other private institutions. If there's deemed to be a need for state involvement, the state could provide a civil partnership contract that's dealt with separately from any religious ceremony.
But the status quo is what it is.
As for the trans issue, the state shouldn't be funding the procedures; let them fund it themselves or solicit voluntary donations.
When it comes to the toilet use/changing room matter, it should be solely at the discretion of private property owners; the state shouldn't coerce business owners.
The gay cake issue, ditto.
Hell if a business owner wanted to ban gingers, gays and blacks, I'd support their right to do so.
Am I a "social liberal"?