The extreme right, bigots, bogans, and other suppressors of social advancement often spout the nonsense that gays, lesbians, transexuals, intersexed and bisexual folk are after special rights when we talk about sensitive issues, such as say, the right to marry.
Since this is seemingly a really difficult concept to understand, I’ve decided to flowchart it. After all, flowcharts make complex and difficult decision processes much easier to understand.
Introducing the Flowchart
In case you’re confused, this is how you work out whether the GBLTI community are asking for special or equal rights:
So that there’s absolutely no confusion, I’ll provide two examples for the use of this flowchart.
Example 1: Asking for the right to randomly fondle strangers in public
Now, imagine if you will, a situation where the GBLTI community were actively campaigning for the right to fondle strangers in public. No, they’re not, this is just an example.
In this situation, the flowchart would guide us as follows:
The flowchart works! It clearly tells us that such a campaign would be a request for special rights, because it’s something that heterosexuals aren’t currently allowed to do.
Example 2: Asking for the right to marry the person we love
A current trending issue is that of same-sex marriage. That’s where the GBLTI community is asking for the right to marry the person they love. This flowchart would look like the following:
As you can see, even the most complex of conundrums, such as working out whether the GBLTI community are asking for special or equal rights, can be solved with a flowchart.