Social justice what does it actually mean?
The question is on the tip of tongue of everyone with logic.
Is it that these people claiming to be standing for so called social justice are ashamed of their over privileged lives?
Or is it that maybe they are jealous of the fact we have experienced more than them?
It goes without saying that this rape culture they keep on about is nothing but overrated and a cry for attention. As a person who has been sexually abused and raped I do not use it as a card of victimization or victimhood. I do hate talking about it and get upset, but I would never try claim the things the social justice warriors are claiming.
I have been accused of using that and my depression, PTSD, anxiety as a way of being a victim by someone who was a woman, telling me that I don’t need to take medication which I stupidly did and it made things worse.
At the time I was helping her write her fan fiction, and she was calling me at 5am or earlier in the morning and we would be on there for hours. With the lack of a decent night’s sleep, I became paranoid and very touchy. I have always been that way; my Nan was the same as I have inherited her mental health problems. We had an altercation which seemed to be because I wasn’t reading her notes properly. I was exhausted at the time, and with my sleep was in a terrible routine, and not taking my meds. She threw that accusation at me, as well as some others like I live rent free because of my parents and other things that I will not mention due to being off topic.
This I find is always being said by women. Yes there are men who say it, but 9 out of 10 times it is thrown around by women. I am not shaming women, but this is the experience I have had all my life.
To me, as a woman I have noticed throughout the years that women are and have always been their own worse enemy, always bitching about each other and how much better they are to someone else. This develops early on in life, when little girls become aware of their own selves, and are learning to adapt in the world around them. It is kind of an unconscious thing, a selfish thing as you will. A little girl won’t play with their friend because she is friends with someone she doesn’t like, or not a part of their group. On the other hand, she likes something she doesn’t like and you associated with someone who doesn’t hold the same opinions.
It becomes worse when people get older and women become bitchier.
At Secondary school or high school it intensifies slightly more, with students going through puberty and learning how to become more grownup this attitude and behavior becomes worse.
Clique culture is what happens and the Mean Girls mentality is one of the most dangerous and unhealthy, it’s something that forms naturally as people with similar interests form an identity within. However it can result in backstabbing and infighting when someone or a few people do not like what one person has said or has done.
The social justice warriors are the same, but instead of growing out of it as they become adults, they stay with this mentality clinging to this identity because they they are unable mentally to find their own selves. Hence, this is in my opinion why they cling on to the PTSD and all the other mental health problems.
But there is also background influences from home, when your family have treated you like a special snowflake and pouring unlimited amounts of money on you, and have never disciplined you. Every little thing you want, or want to do from week to week is funded until you find it boring and move on to something new.
Another could be that academia has been quietly forcing social justice issues onto students; especially with this everyone is a winner that was brought in a few years after I left school. Now this could be because the world is now changing into a global government and so these academics are training the young into thinking this way, and the fact they have identity issues causes this type if behavior we are seeing from the Social Justice Warriors are using to make themselves feel special.
However it could be because these women and men are clinging to feminism because it makes them seem like they are anarchists, and they are outcasts to society.
In my experience is my mental health made me an outcast of society.