5 thoughts on “YR1300 Lesbian Thoughts on Orlando Terrorist Attack”

  1. Thank you for your comment. In the wake of this attack, I thought it would be so interesting to hear a discussion on ETHS about it. This is worthwhile, too.

  2. You might want to look up what existential means. If there is an existential threat from ISIS it’s to those living in the Middle East, and not just Israel. As for beating them…seems that the house of cards that is stability in the Middle East refuses to stay up, no matter how many times we bomb it, support fundamentalist doctors hips like Saudi Arabia, & be general dicks. Maybe a different approach is needed.

    As for guns, can’t help but think that Americans seem to really hate each other, massacres seem to be a daily event. maybe that’s a good a reason as any to limit guns.

  3. sympathise with your sentiments.

    It’s very sad.

    It’s hard to know what to say or feel.

    thank you for sharing your opinions

    I think the underlying factors are complex and there isn’t a single solution to what caused this. I think the gun laws is a bit part. Every country has homophobia and mental illness; not every country has laws that allow easy access to guns.

    that’s not to say it’s just about guns. This guy was driven by religious fundamentalism but Muslims did not invent domestic violence or homophobia – where I live the biggest attack on the LGBT community was by a fascist guy.

    Who knows anymore, the only thing I know how to do is to mourn in a way I know how – and survive.

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