‘It’s not racist to call out Muslim homophobia’
Peter Tatchell joins Brendan O’Neill to discuss 50 years of gay-rights activism.
“Some of the greatest minds in history have caused offence. Causing offence has been a hallmark of social advance. We should never shut down or criminalise offensive speech.”
on The Brendan O’Neill Show:
I speak out against transphobia. Gender is more than genitals. New science suggests that trans identity is rooted in different brain structures. As feminists USED to say: Biology is NOT destiny. Now some say it IS destiny. LISTEN 1 hr 3 min
The LGBT+ movement has retreated from the critical goal of social transformation to the limited goal of equal rights within the status quo. Pride has lost its radical agenda - it's too corporate & commercialised. My INTERVIEW for
It’s not racist to call out Muslim homophobia. All religious bigotry must be challenged. Too many LGBTs & people on the Left are reluctant to defend LGBT+ Muslims against their Islamic oppressors. My PODCAST for
I discuss my 52 years of human rights activism. The successes & unfinished goals, including free speech battles & LGBT+ law reform. Plus Labour's sad failings & the double standards of some on the Left (& the Right). My PODCAST for
I have criticisms of some aspects of
's otherwise good human rights record: his handling of the anti-Semitism row & his stance on Nicaragua, Syria & Venezuela. Agree or disagree? LISTEN at 53 minutes
I discuss what causes homosexuality & the rise in same-sex relations as homophobia declines. Bisexuality will become the new normal. Agree or disagree? LISTEN
for PM. Despite his failings, his policies are infinitely better than
's. But I have criticisms of Jeremy's handling of the anti-Semitism row & his stance on Nicaragua, Syria & Venezuela. Agree? LISTEN
Two of our headline speakers,
and Brendan O'Neill, discuss 50 years of gay-rights activism.
's (he's miles better than Boris) but question his handling of the anti-Semitism row & his stance on Nicaragua, Syria & Venezuela. Agree or disagree? LISTEN at 53 minutes