As far as I know, “inclusivity” now means “special endorsement.”
If nobody ever spoke out, both in society and in our institutions, everybody would be considered to be part of the same group. However, nowadays it is a requirement to be inclusive, and that means special acknowledgement.
This is the same for the development of language.
In light of this change, the Biden administration released a study last month regarding its promotion of transgenderism throughout the world.
The announcement touted:
U.S. Agency are Promoting on behalf of the Human Rights of LGBTQI+ Persons All Over the World
Today, it was announced that the U.S. Government released a first-of-its-kind progress report on the implementation of the President's Memorandum on Promoting Human Rights of LGBTQI+ Persons across the World. The report demonstrates the U.S. commitment to promoting and protecting the rights of LGBTI+ persons all over the world, through our diplomatic efforts and foreign assistance.
The fact sheet celebrated “Advancing Inclusive Democracy” and the launch of a five million dollar campaign:
Promoting Inclusive Democracy during the Summit for Democracy, the U.S. supported a statement from the Equal Rights Coalition on Democracy and LGBTQI+ rights that affirms that promoting and protecting the rights of LGBTQI+ persons is crucial to reviving democracy. In the context of the Presidential Initiative for Democratic Renewal, the State Department also committed up to $5 million in order to establish the Global LGBTQI+ Inclusive Democracy and Empowerment (GLIDE) Fund, a new program of the Global Equality Fund that will help to increase the participation and leadership of LGBTQI community members in democratic institutions. Additionally, at the Summit for Democracy, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)has pledged to establish a new Global Development Alliance to support LGBTQI-led civil societies to address the COVID-19 crisis, take part in democratic processes and to build alliances. USAID will commit $5 million USD over five years for this program that will offer large capacity-building opportunities and direct funding towards LGBTQI+ and transgender-led organizations across the globe.
Politics is an exciting field. It was 1972 when Joe Biden was first elected to the U.S. Congress. He was just 29 years old. He was a Delaware senator from 1973 until 2009. For a total of 36 years, as to my knowledge, there was never any word that indicated the existence of people who consider themselves to be the opposite of their sexuality. To my knowledge, neither did he do so during his eight years in his role as vice-president.
With all the talk regarding “erasure” related to those in”gender identity” movements, could this be a way to remove the possibility of him being regarded as an “ally”?
In fact, he's making some major changes:
A white haired, slender revolutionary “Taking Swift and Meaningful Responses to Human Rights Abuses of LGBTQI+ Persons Abroad”:
All over the world, U.S. diplomats and U.S. development professionals are leading the charge in raising awareness of LGBTQI+ human rights attacks and violations. For instance, within Poland, the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw has backed “Words Matter,” a video that featured people from the Polish LGBTI+ population reading and responding to homophobic posts made by the Embassy's Social Media campaigns for Pride Month. The “Words Matter” video reached more than twelve million Poles and was extensively reported by Polish newspapers in addition to international press. In Guatemala, following the murder of Guatemalan leaders of the transgender community in June, 2021, the U.S. Embassy in Guatemala City issued an open letter condemning the killings and urging thorough investigations.
In addition, Biden declared, he's “Building International Coalitions” and “Rescinding Inconsistent Policies.”
Additionally, it is reported that the White House is “Reducing Bias-Motivated Violence”:
Agencies continue to take action to decrease bias-motivated violence and hate crimes that target LGBTI+ individuals…. To increase understanding of the patterns of discrimination, violence, and the appropriate response In September 2021, the Department of State launched a new collaboration together with the Library of Congress to evaluate current research in the field of academics to find connections between discrimination, bias, and violence, including LGBTQI+ people. The aim is to better comprehend how criminal justice interventions can stop escalating violence.
It's a remarkable thing that the President is shown as a hero to a crowd that, to my knowledge, was never once mentioned as having any connection to reality.