One of the toughest things about our current political debates is that, from time to time, people that I don’t like are right about an issue or two.
Example: remember when George Floyd was murdered by police (and yes, he was). Well, we are now seeing him lionized among some. Yes, he was murdered, and the police were correctly brought to justice. But he was not one to emulate; he had a modest criminal record and no exemplary achievements. And yes, some unpleasant people agree with me.
“Hispanics don’t champion their criminals!” (Ann Coulter; see the above).
Sports: I believe sports are segregated by sex for fairness reasons. So, at least beyond a certain grade level, I do not condone biological males, no matter how they identify, competing against biological females in female divisions.
And, unfortunately, many antitrans bigots take the same view. I want nothing to do with them.
The same goes for things like “drag shows for kids”, especially when tied to school (what a parent takes their kid to outside of school is their own business)
But taking this stance puts me on the same side as morons like this:
Something similar is true with Joey Swoll calling out women for making false (or unlikely) “gym creep” claims on social media. Swoll is right even though some unpleasant people are backing his efforts.
The same was true during the immigration debates; I am a “play by the rules” sort of guy, but that put me on the same side as some genuine bigots.