Fair enough, but I still think you are being a bit blind to what goes on on the right. I'll agree that the whole gender issue has been blown out of proportion. We seem to need perhaps more than two genders, but not 72.
Baseless allegation with no supporting facts, followed by a complete denial of science. I study the right as much as the left, so your claim is not only lacking supporting facts it has no place in reality. There are no "Right" wing platforms performing any of the actions I listed for the Left. The last bit is quite telling, since there are only 2 biological genders. If you claim that you need more, you are denying science and living in delusion.
Yeah, but again, I see the same on both sides. The Republican position on abortion is certainly "Live like we demand and the Government should punish you if you don't". They're even talking about restricting birth control now, which is just pants-on-head retarded to my mind.
The Republican position on Abortion is that it should be a State issue, not a Federal issue. Federal funding of abortions and birth control is not within the Federal Governments Constitutional Powers. What people rallied against recently was the Federal Government stopping the funding of Abortions overseas through planned parenthood. So your tax dollars were not simply supporting people here, but people across the world. That fiscal irresponsibility should really bother people. We are broke as a Country, with an accumulated debt of 240Trillion dollars. We have poor people of our own, poor education, and a massive amount of unemployment and underemployment.
For the State issue, I'd recommend the study what a Federation of States really means, and why we are not a big blob Government like England, or China, or France, or Russia. I would highly recommend as reading, the Federalist and anti-Federalist papers.
And when it comes to Abortion, Justice Anton Scalia said it brilliantly. I'll need to paraphrase a bit, but here goes. The act of abortion is not new to our century, in fact the practice goes back through thousands of years of history. Yet the founding fathers did not place any mention of abortion in the US Constitution, Bill of Rights, or anywhere else in our Founding documents. If the Founders thought the issue was worth mandating or denying through Federal powers, it would have a place in those documents. The fact that it's not there means that the power is a State issue. States can create laws independent of the Federal Government as long as they do not assume powers _from_ the Federal Government. The States should decide which is right and which is wrong, and the people who live in those States should be the ones who decide.