Not Understanding…

Canadian journalist Barbara Kay, who is white, argues that black people shouldn’t feel bad about opposing gay marriage because anti-gay “discrimination” isn’t discrimination at all: “In the collective black memory, “discrimination” meant a white man could prevent a black man from marrying altogether, or sell a black man’s wife and children. Beside the true discrimination blacks have suffered, the lack of a symbolic piece of paper in an otherwise unencumbered life is as insulting as moaning and groaning about your sniffles to a cancer survivor.” [National Post]