This is just … well, go see for yourself.
In college and thereafter I started to think more about politics, and noticed several predominant streams of thought in SF which would be considered ‘liberal’ in our comtemporary political climate. I wondered if they might have some contribution to the wide embrace of “liberal” ideas, which, at the time, puzzled me.
The seven leftist trends he identifies are: The Misunderstood Villain; Moral “Evolution”; Atheism; Globalism; Child-Worship; Moral and Cultural Relativism; and Free Love. But why, you ask? Why are these so prevalent in sf?
SF is fine as a form of entertainment — in small doses, especially. I think it’s probably a fundamentally ‘adolescent’ genre, which might explain some of these trends, and why it can be, when done properly, so much fun.