One of the best ways to learn about the dramatic logical incoherence of modern gender ideology is to simply observe how its advocates try to sell and celebrate their own ideas. Microsoft has demonstrated the latest example of this with their own take on what the new ever-evolving Pride flag should look like. They announced it last week on their Twitter feed,

This looks like a child’s kaleidoscope exploding random colors, but its creators at Microsoft are both dead serious and quite proud of how they believe it represents and advances gay and gender politics.

The tech behemoth explains their new “Banner of Pride” was “created by the LGBTQIA+ people at Microsoft” and “this flag represents 40 different individual LGBTQIA+ communities—with one powerful graphic that reflects a message of unity, solidarity and intersectionality.”

What are some of these 40 sexualities and gender identities? Well Microsoft explains,

This flag combines 40 different flags from LGBTQIA+ communities around the world, including: Abrosexual, Aceflux, Agender, Ambiamorous, Androgynous, Aroace, Aroflux, Aromantic, Asexual, Bigender, Bisexual, Demifluid, Demigender, Demigirl, Demiromantic, Demisexual, Gay/MLM/Vinician, Genderfluid, Genderflux, Genderqueer, Gender questioning, Graysexual, Intersex, Lesbian, Maverique, Neutrois, Nonbinary, Omnisexual, Pangender, Pansexual, Polyamorous, Polysexual, Transgender, Trigender, Two Spirit, Progress Pride, Queer, Unlabeled.

If most of these terms sound just plain made-up, that is precisely because they are. In fact, nearly every one of them have been pulled from thin air in the last few milliseconds of human experience. They do not actually exist. They are not real things.

Neither are the new xeno- and neopronouns that are gaining such traction that even The New York Times has felt compelled to tell us about them. Microsoft expects us to act like these things are real and join them in celebrating each of them.

All reasonable people must object.

But why only 40 communities though? Why be so “limiting” when the intention itself is to be inclusive?

Well, that is part of the dramatic incoherence of current gender theory. This new regime demands everyone must make room for and respect any and everything anyone can imagine and claim is true about them with any sliver of sincerity. This is precisely why the gender ideology movement must constantly make additions to the original “pride” flag which was the absolute pinnacle of progressivism just yesterday. Now that flag is actually transphobic because of what it excludes.

Thus, the need to keep creating a new “Pride Flag” every year. To make sure it includes all the new genders and sexualities that unfettered human imagination and the erasure of all boundaries are creating.

Microsoft has also made a dramatic live animation of this confusing flag on their website. They call it “an emblem of unity” but their new creation has garnered merciless guffaws on social media by their customers. People are clearly recognizing the silliness of ever-evolving gender ideology and its advocates’ effort to represent it.

Tweeters Spooky Corvaiex and Liberty Belle cut right to the heart of the silliness at work here.

Others like Five Times August and Sir Webblyingworth Squirrelingtonshire III just poked fun at how yesterday’s over-the-top satirical ridiculousness has become today’s wholly serious reality.

And then others like Ctlhulhu Toad and Lottie Lewis just had fun with it.

But be sure of this. This new effort by Microsoft simply further demonstrates that talk of the “LGBT person” or “LGBT community” – as if either actually refers to anything meaningful or objectively real – is foolishness. Gender ideology is just making it all up as it goes along to intentionally confuse us. And people are starting to realize the serious problem with the game being played on all of us and they are reacting accordingly.

Thank goodness they are.


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