There’s a subtle pollution creeping up on our media, our literature, and our speech; a horrific piece of abuse which threatens the very fabric of our way of thinking. It’s BTQ abuse, and it’s time to take action to end it, before it destroys our language. March on April 1st to End BTQ Abuse Now!
(Also see last year’s March for Web Standards.)
Update: April Fool! Those of you who left stern, earnest comments chastising me for my petty concern with BTQ issues — especially you fun and wacky descriptivists — thanks for the laughs. In all seriousness, I’ve learned not to be a complete fundie about the whole thing, which raises the question: should we change our encyclopedia entries?
See more at the Urgo.org April Fools List.