I sometimes like to joke that July is when the REAL month for Americans to be proud begins, but one radical SJW I met in a spirited game of RuneScape—an old MMO game that I started playing a couple of months ago since I needed a real game again after getting bored with smartphone games—told me that it's impossible for me to be proud to be an American unless I've done something to earn it. Not only does that statement make absolutely no sense (if interpreted literally, it only applies to the Founding Fathers and the Continental Army who liberated America in the first place), but it's also flat-out hypocritical. Being part of the LGBTQ+ community is not something one technically accomplishes any more than is having a certain skin color or being an American citizen. And I can be proud of others' achievements such as my brother earning his Ph. D., the historic Revolutionaries leading the Revolution, Civil Rights activists ending racial segregation, and so on.
Some people just aren't worth my time or attention.