. . . or so he thinks. Here’s an excerpt.
What I propose will certainly have most white/cisgender/heterosexuals who practice bigotry (or do not believe they practice bigotry even when they do) up in their outrageous feelings because they have become accustomed to our worship, rely on our fealty, and receive sustenance from our sacrifice. They want us as Django Unchained’s Stephen, infinitely and perpetually servile, or as the punchline to their malicious humor, laughing along with them.
Our indifference to their well-being is the only thing that terrifies them.
If you see them drowning.
If you see them in a burning building.
If they are teetering on the edge of a cliff.
If their ships are sinking.
If their planes are crashing.
If their cars are skidding.
If they are overdosing.
If their hearts have tellingly arrested.
If they are choking in a restaurant.
If they are bleeding out in an emergency room.
If the ground is crumbling beneath them.
If they are in a park and they turn their weapons on each other:
Least of all put your life on the line for theirs, and do not dare think doing so, putting your life on the line for theirs, gives you reason or cause to feel celestial.
Saving the life of those that would kill you is the opposite of virtuous.
Let. Them. F***ing. Die.
And smile a bit when you do.
For you have done the universe a great service.
Ashes to ashes.
Dust to bigots.
There’s more at the link.
I do strongly recommend reading the article in full. I’m pleased that such attitudes are openly expressed like this. It allows the rest of us to know who our enemies are.
If you know, or encounter, people who approve of such sentiments, or express them . . . make a mental note, and – in the event of social unrest – take appropriate precautions against them.