One can't help but chuckle to oneself when considering how often those who hold to the "tolerance" and "inclusion" doctrines find themselves in violation of the same. Inclusion of all people and all causes simply isn't possible (it's a logical contradiction), and it's funny (and sad) to see when those who fight to be inclusive come to the grim reality that their worldview collapses in on itself when taken to its logical conclusion.
The most recent example of this played out locally this past week. Gay Pride Parade organizers uninvited the Minneapolis Police Department from participation in this year's pride parade, much to the chagrin of the Minneapolis Police Chief, Janee Harteau, who is herself a lesbian. Parade organizers uninvited the police department because of the recent verdict in the Philander Castile shooting. The reason the police department was uninvited? Because parade organizers don't want to exclude those offended by Castile's shooting and the not guilty verdict given to Geronimo Yanez - a police officer. Parade organizers apparently felt that to "include" the police department would "exclude" those who protest law enforcement in general. In order to "include" those who were affected by the Castile shooting and verdict, parade organizers decided to "exclude" the police department.
Chief Harteau, however, took exception to this "exclusion" and said that she was "beyond disappointed" by the decision of the parade organizers. It became a flap in the media, and parade organizers reversed their decision and re-invited the police department to take part in the parade. Parade organizers released a statement that said, in part: "...we received input from impacted parties and through this input we recognize this decision has made members of the law enforcement community feel excluded, which is contrary to our mission to foster inclusion. Our intent is and was to respect the pain that the people of color and transgender communities have experienced as of late, but our original approach fell short of our mission" (emphasis mine).
So, initially Pride leaders excluded law enforcement in order to foster the inclusion of people of color. But now, having been snubbed, law enforcement put pressure on the Pride leaders to be re-included but at the expense of people of color, whose sensibilities have now been excluded. So much for "inclusion."
Whenever you try to include some, you will - by necessity - exclude others. It's just the way the world works. A child is able to follow this logic, and also to find the fatal flaw in a worldview that goes against it. But nevertheless, this is the prevailing worldview for a startling amount of people in our society.