Schindler's List Had Nothing To Do With Ending Racism And All Of Your High School Teachers Knew That


Steven Spielberg 1980s...






1970, the start of a new decade, was the first time Americans began to see homosexuals on TV portrayed in a sympathetic light.

Then, after all of the homophobia AIDS created in the 1980s, all of these TV shows came out in 1989/90...

About ugly and average-looking men who date women who are out of their league in a world where there isn't any homophobia and 10% of men are openly gay.


It's about a bully who spends entire episodes making fun of how short his cousin is.


Beverly Hills 90210 in which 25-year-olds portray teenagers.





As the suicide rate for black teens doubled in America, Steve Urkel became popular on TV.













Jim Carrey in, 'In Living Color...'




The movies, 'Schindler's List,' and, 'Philadelphia,' both came out in 1993.

'Philadelphia,' was heralded by the media as the first major movie to deal with homophobia and AIDS.

The movie, 'Schindler's List,' and schools going on and on about the Holocaust had nothing to do with ending racism but, instead was about downloading all of the homophobia AIDS had created onto skinny boys with dark hair and freckles or redheads and boosting students with dark complexions into university wherever schools had significant Asian populations.

Your high school teachers knew that and that's why...



When I was in high school in the 1990s many teachers would say, "The reason the media doesn't report on teen suicide is because they don't want to encourage copycats." Within the past 5 years they've started to cover some LGBT suicides.

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