A prominent gay rights leader who helped organize NYC’s first gay pride march in 1970 claims he was attacked by radical transgender activists over the weekend while he protested their movement during a gay pride parade. https://t.co/RNuGOs7eKG
— National Review (@NRO) September 21, 2022
- On the weekend, 74-year-old gay rights pioneer Fred Sargeant was assaulted and robbed by trans activists at a pride event in Vermont. Sargeant, who was present at the 1969 Stonewall riots and founded New York City’s first gay pride march, says he attended Burlington Pride to protest leftist misogyny and homophobia.
- Three young women who formerly identified as transgender share their stories in Detransition Diaries, a new documentary exploring trans ideology’s impact on young girls and the “medical machine” of cross-sex treatment.
- Alaska is suffering an “epidemic” of deadly violence against women, according to a new report that highlights the state’s record of the most women killed by men every year within the past decade compared to the rest of the U.S.
- A proposed statue in Philadelphia to honor Korean women who were held as sex slaves by Japanese forces in World War II is meet with backlash and heated debate.