Bryan's argument was about exclusionary discourses not about the legal
restraints on speech. Those are secondary to deeper issues of implicit
social structures which drive towards changes in laws with by developing new
power/knowledge structures. His objection to reactionarism among the
anti-racists still needs to be better addressed. (assuming no post since
the once I am here responding to has done this--- I still haven't gotten
that far. :-)
----Original Message Follows----
From: Nathan Goralnik <rhizome85@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Is Juan Cruz a Homosexual himself? - homophobia
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2001 14:40:16 -0700
Bryan C says:
> But they deny him the right to constitute himself as a homophob.
Bullshit. Juan can say whatever he wants, and we can respond however we
want. Yelling at Nazis doesn't violate the First Amendment.
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