She states flatly that GLBT sounds like some sort of wierd sandwich and insists that 'categorizing' ourselves as part of a minority group compromises us. She insists that we must work for 'human rights for all' rather than fighting for the rights that are denied as lesbians, gays, bis and trans.
That's all very well and is a good attitude, as far as it goes. If you use it to justify picking your battles and not necessarily always fighting for the rights of your own demographic (for example trying to combat racism or social exclusion in poor areas) then it's very laudable. But if you use it as a reason to avoid any and all specific activism - an excuse to sit in your armchair and say "It's no use trying to fight the battles, what we have to do is win the war" - then it's a bit of a cop-out. You can't win the war without