Lesbian antisemitism[ edit ] According to the Encyclopedia of Lesbian Histories and Cultures, lesbian feminist organizations do not discuss antisemitism when discussing the fighting of oppression because they believe it no longer exists or is not as important as racism or homophobia. Some lesbian feminists have accused Jews of being "killers of the Goddess"  because they believe the god of Israel is male or androgynous.
Jews are also often blamed for patriarchy. Some lesbians wear swastikas both during and outside their sex lives in attempts to transform the symbol or ignore the impact it has on the Jewish community.
He has called Out Magazine a "Jewish slut magazine" and called Michael Lucas , a Jewish American—Russian—Israeli  gay pornographic film actor  and LGBT activist,  a "Jewish pig, Israeli monkey" as well as using the racial epithets " kike " and " yid " repeatedly in several of his posts.
He also claims Jewish vodka is made from sperm and accused Micheal Lucas of attempting to kill his mother and threatened him with murder. He also stated, "the Jewish mafia [is] trying to overtake the world"  and that "America is ruled by [the] Jewish mafia".
Who hasn't heard as a defense of bigotry, 'Some of my best friends are insert oppressed minority name here '? The respondents were from both Christian and Muslim religious backgrounds. Many in the Arab community spoke about ethnic stereotypes. This term was meant to actively express pride in one's racial heritage.
Quotes by John Wilder include statements such as "Now that it is becoming unfashionable to discriminate against Negros, discrimination against homosexuals will be on the increase" and "no other Negros among the audience, but saw one [black person] disturbing [the] pamphlets.
Liquor", has been accused of racism. Responding to Knipp's declaration that the Liquor character "was created in celebration of, not to downgrade, black women",  Jasmyne Cannick said in her blog: There is nothing remotely uplifting about Knipp's act and I wish people would stop defending his character with the tired argument that he's trying to heal the nation. The only thing Knipp is trying to heal is the hole in his pocket by filling it with all of the money he makes off of degrading Black people.
Gay black males are stuck between two communities they believe they do not fit into. Those who do not see themselves as part of the LGBT community see it to be a white community with white experiences. The anti-inter-racial Afrocentrists believe that instead of "hating their blackness", gay black men should only date other gay black men. Homophobia in the Latino community Gay Hispanic and Latino men report experiencing racism both within and outside the gay community.
Latino gay men with dark skin color and indigenous features reported the greatest level of discrimination, including from the white gay community.
Latin gays and lesbians have been engaged in autonomous organizing since the s addressing issues of racism, sexism, and homophobia.
Members have expressed their experiences with "blatant racism" from the white LGBT community, particularly in West Hollywood. Tatiana de la tierra was a lesbian Latina writer who was shameless about her sexuality, and a lot of her work provided support and encouragement for other Latina lesbians to be shameless and proud like her. While Turkish-Germans "still face racism in the [gay] scene", the level of racism has declined in the past 20 years.
When aboriginal men have been included in LGBT organizing efforts, it has often been in a tokenizing way. While the term fell into disuse for many years, it has recently been reclaimed as an expression of pride.
They believe the focus on marriage is a product of "whiteness". Native American lesbians have established communes in the American Midwest and Northern California , in an attempt to repudiate white culture, live self-sufficiently, and return to the traditions of their tribal ancestors. Sometimes this is from overt discrimination, other times it is the lack of Asian Pacific Islander representation. Sexual racism Asian men are often represented in media, both mainstream and LGBT, as being feminized and desexualized.
The gay Asian-Canadian author Richard Fung has written that while black men are portrayed as hypersexualized, gay Asian men are portrayed as being undersexed. According to Fung, gay Asian men tend to ignore or display displeasure with races such as Arabs, blacks, and other Asians but seemingly give sexual acceptance and approval to gay white men.
Building off the work of Fung, Gilbert Caluya argues that media creates a "symbolic castration" of the gay Asian male. In many English speaking countries, there is a strict racial hierarchy where White men are at the top and Asian men are somewhere far beneath. Racial 'others' become produced in this economy of desire as fetishes or repugnant objects," and that Whiteness becomes the standard by which desirability is measured.
His findings showed that anti-Asian racism takes on four different forms: The construction of racism as 'personal preference', 2. The construction of Asian gay men as not 'real men', 3.
The construction of Asian gay men as a 'type', and 4. The assumption that saying 'sorry' renders anti-Asian sentiment somehow acceptable.
This also reduces gay Asian men into a category of an object or 'kink' that can be adopted or cast aside at will. White gay men who fetishize gay Asian men are given the label " rice queen ". Rice queens view gay Asian men as the only possible objects of erotic interest and reduce gay Asian men to a category of an object.
Similarly, stereotypes of what an Asian woman's appearance, typically femme, versus that of a stereotypical lesbian's appearance—typically butch —exclude femme lesbian and bisexual Asian women. Chong-Suk Han, one of the leading researchers of queer Asian Pacific American men says such images contribute to a cultural devaluation of gay Asian male sexuality. Dragon Lady or China doll. In a manner similar to the way black, Asian, and Latino men are sometimes portrayed, Italian men are portrayed at times as "the object of desire of the white man"  as well as being considered "exotic and well-endowed, oversexed and extremely passionate".
Numerous LGBT commenters and bloggers referred to LGBT people as "decent civilised people", while deriding Romani people as thieves and criminals who are incompatible with "civilised society".