Posted BY: |Allan J. Feifer

Twenty-five years ago, I told a friend that we would likely bear witness to the acceptance and even protection of several abhorrent social or political practices.  That came true, but it didn’t stop there.  We’ve witnessed a disturbing sea change in how we view these new social norms — norms at which we once shook our heads.  How could I have predicted this?  I simply recognized the downward trajectory of what used to be considered normal to surmise what could be next.

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During the 1980s and 1990s, the social norms listed below were largely unacceptable; eventually the practices became mainstream through the strident promotion by activists and ineffective pushback by traditional institutions:

  • Open homosexuality, coupled with the very public promotion of the lifestyle
  • Gay Marriage
  • Transgenderism
  • Sex by consenting children with young adults
  • Open Borders
  • Anti-Capitalism
  • The acceptance of recreational drug use as acceptable behavior
  • Rampant crime and reduced punishment
  • Society no longer requires work to live
  • Single-parent constructs as equal to two-parent families

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