Tag: Homophobia

Marching On, But Not Together: The Georgian Far Right versus Guram Kashia

Guram Kashia seems to epitomise everything you might want in a national sporting hero. A fierce competitor on the field, and a family man off it, Kashia’s career took him first to the Netherlands and now to the US, yet he has always remained proud of his Georgian roots. As captain of the national team,… Continue reading “Marching On, But Not Together: The Georgian Far Right versus Guram Kashia”

How The Radical Right Distorts The Science Of Gender

In his book “The Attack on the Family and the European Response,” Roberto Fiore launches a homophobic tantrum and distorts the science of gender. “Never has the institution of the family been put in such jeopardy as it is today. Wars, tyrannical rulers and the reducing of entire peoples into slavery, although never absent from… Continue reading “How The Radical Right Distorts The Science Of Gender”

The Pride of Prejudice: The Radical Right And The LGBTQ+ Community

While racism and xenophobia are central tenets of the radical right, so is homophobia – in spite of efforts to appear as allies to the LGBTQ community. The June 2019 Pride month celebrations worldwide also signaled the 50 year anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. While there may be a sense of progressive evolution towards more… Continue reading “The Pride of Prejudice: The Radical Right And The LGBTQ+ Community”