Event organizers claimed that the lesbian posse carried banners with them that contained anti-transgender messages such as “transactivism erases lesbians”, and also the vulgar message: “lesbians don’t like penises.”
The transgenders took issue with the lesbians and their signage, beginning a counter-chant, and preparing further response, which then nearly descended into chaos.
The near fight–which highlights the contradictions of radical feminism and sexual liberation–was broken up by the police before it could get started after law officers noticed the feminists “causing confrontation between different groups of people.”
“We’re lesbians,” the lesbians told the police as they tried to explain their activism. “It’s Cardiff pride.”
But the police had none of it, suggesting that “whatever you are… at the moment, is causing confrontation”, eventually forcing the lesbians to disperse “for other people’s safety.”
Central to the issue is the treatment of famous Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, who, despite her support of nearly every globalist-, lesbian-, and gay-supporting policy, has been rejected by the Left for failing to hold the proper opinion of transgenderism.
In recent years lesbian and gay rights have also come into conflict with the Left’s love of diversity and multicultarism, since many foreign cultures despise lesbians and gays.
For example, as the United States and its globalist allies in Western Europe import Muslims at unprecedented rates, it becomes clear that many of those Muslims are unwilling to adopt American habits and customs, especially those surrounding sexual deviancy and a careless attitude toward traditional morality.