I'm currently doing contract work for a state department. A few years back, we had a required meeting with some "civil rights" moron working in the building. She showed us all some absolutely ludicrous video with the primary message that "perception is reality" -- meaning it didn't matter what you said, what you thought, or even what you wore, if somebody else found it offensive, it was your fault. I noticed this same lady had an LGBT rainbow pin on her lapel on her pantsuit.
One of my biggest regrets in life was not standing up and calling her out on that in front of everybody. I should have asked if a single person in that room, perhaps any Christians in the room, found that pin offensive, if she would take that pin off. Would I have lost the contract? Probably. Would it have been worth it to make her realize how ludicrous her entire world view was? Hell fucking yes.
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