Would it be OK if I called this an example of toxic masculinity, or will it hurt young men’s feelings?
“They started beating me, I was bleeding all over – I was really bleeding”
— The World at One (@BBCWorldatOne) June 7, 2019
Arrests have been made, at least.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of robbery and aggravated burglary on Saturday morning, Scotland Yard said.
Four other men between the ages of 15 and 18 have already been arrested on suspicion of robbery and aggravated grievous bodily harm and are being questioned separately.
We also get an example of why it’s called pride.
“I was and still am angry. It was scary, but this is not a novel situation,” said Chris. “I’m not scared about being visibly queer. If anything, you should do it more.
“A lot of people’s rights and basic safety are at risk. I want people to feel emboldened to stand up to the same people who feel emboldened by the rightwing populism that is, I feel, responsible for the escalation in hate crimes. I want people to take away from this that they should stand up for themselves and each other.”
Geymonat added: “The violence is not only because we are women which are dating each other. It’s also because we are women.”
Maybe somebody should explain this to Peter Boghossian.