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By "lost/buried" what they really mean is imaginary people they made up out of their head. What better straight out example of how art takes a backseat in favor of segregating literature and engaging in discrimination based on radical intersectionality's paper-thin rules of racism and sexism few straight white men could pass? In addition to that, Crossed Genres is as much as saying they will censor any stories written in a traditional style of SF which do not represent its own pie-charted hierarchal rules of race and sex. Read this essay by Alfred Bester called and tell me who you'd rather hang out with. Given how effortlessly intersectionalist dehumanize the people Bester describes, the essay actually highlights the brightness and humanity of those mid-century SF writers and shows the brutal stupidity and lack of grace inherent in intersectionalism's disciples.
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As I said, this could all be cured tomorrow if the core SFF community would embrace failure as a principled thing residing on a human level and adapt a race and sex neutral approach to successful and failed value systems. The problem is that doesn't suit the intersectionalist drama queens and their racist handlers. Instead they choose to distort the English language to find ideologies where they are not while ignoring others in plain sight. Even better would be if they'd come to understand social justice is not core to SFF in the first place. The fact they do in fact find it so is a clue to why this is such a problem and the obsessive natures of the people promoting it. The stupidest irony is the very old school SFF authors social justice crusaders and their racist allies decry the most had the most principled literature. Yet the fact that white and male demographic was skewed is used like a weapon to present an ideology and series of oppressions that not only never existed but tended to run in the opposite direction in what was mid-century liberalism.