The Truth About Who’s Really Afraid of the LGBTQ Cult

One of the left’s favorite canards when it comes to the LGBTQ (and sometimes Y) cult is to accuse anyone who doesn’t fall totally in line with the Pride revolution of being afraid of gays, lesbians, and transgender people. “Homophobic!” and “Transphobic!” are the epithets we hear all the time, even though there’s no credible evidence to believe that anyone who believes in the traditional gender ethic is scared of anybody.

Even though we’re used to the melodrama of the left, the whole “phobia” thing is particularly egregious because a phobia is an irrational fear. Here’s how Psycom Pro explains it: “According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), a specific phobia is classified as an anxiety disorder and involves significant fear about a specific object or situation that does not pose a threat.”

Let’s be frank: nobody is running around in abject fear of drag queens, and nobody is irrationally afraid of, say, Karine Jean-Pierre or Pete Buttigieg. We don’t even see evidence of the anti-trans violence that the left claims is all over the place these days, nor do we see the widespread discrimination and bigotry that the cult wants us to believe permeates this nation.