That puts you way ahead of Stonewall et al, as they don’t think there is any room for debate at all.
? “Never had a revolution”? And it’s not as though the history of the British monarchy has been merely a long series of peaceful compromises, as the ghost of Charles I would attest.
However, that’s a side issue. The more relevant matter that I’m puzzled about is this:
This thread appears to have gone on for over a hundred posts so far without anyone producing a “hard cite” of an actual specific instance of what they think Stonewall is doing wrong. Can’t anyone link to a specific statement by Stonewall in a position paper, or an op-ed, or a court case, or something, that you consider a concrete example of their vaguely alleged “self-righteous, dismissive, uncompromising attitude” on this issue?
'Cuz I don’t see why we should bother arguing if we don’t have any definite evidence of what it is we’re arguing about.