"I think it just absolutely denigrates the entire civil rights movement. Homosexuality is not a civil right. I don't remember the last time that a homosexual person was forced to move out of their seat on a public bus, like Rosa Parks. And I don't remember the last time that a homosexual person or student...was forced to go to a segregated school, as in the case of Mendez v. Westminster, which took place right here in Orange County, California." - Alexandria Coronado, chairperson of the Orange County, California Board of Education, who is "absolutely furious" about the approval of Harvey Milk Day. Last month the Orange County Board of Education voted unanimously to oppose the holiday.
No, Alexandria, it isn't a Civil rights issue, because we all know that gay men and women have exactly the same rights under the law as every other American citizen. And we all know that gay people don't get bashed, physically and verbally, on a daily basis. And we all know that you can't fire a gay person just for being gay, or deny them housing just for being gay.
No, it isn't a Civil Rights issue you moronic little prig.
You know what makes me "absolutely furious," Alexandria, besides that smug I've-got-a-gigantic-stick-shoved-up-my-ass smile on your face? I am absolutely furious that a narrow-minded, bigoted, good-for-nothing fool like you has anything whatsoever to do with education.
STFU before someone drops a house on you.