My observations as an artistic, writer, blogger, computer geek, humanist, mental health activist, lifelong learning and researcher of life living with lifelong severe depression, anxiety, social anxiety with agoraphobia, PTSD, A Nervous Breakdown, as well as a Survivor of Sexual Abuse and Rape.
My journey into the centre of a dark political world, and how I escaped.
A very insightful article from a very intelligent person who was lucky to get out of the cult of social justice. Speaking in a way that is very honest, as well as providing some advice too, showing how you should really do activism and treating people like people, not numbers.
I’ve asked many prominent feminists this on Twitter, and either they avoid answering by talking in circles, or block me.
So I decided to do this poll instead, and how this will work out. Because I am fed up with the double standards of Feminists, social justice warriors, and social media companies. Who would rather block and silence me, than deal with the people say this horrible shit.
As a survivor of rape and sexual abuse, I feel feminists and social justice warriors are very eager to invalidate your experiences if you are not one of them and wholeheartedly agree with everything, and I have seen this happen to other people too.
Please take the time to take the poll, and feel free to leave a comment. I may not be able to reply, due to my computer not liking WordPress much.
Gettysburg College students were required to attend a “student solidarity rally” where they would “critically reflect on the new administration.”
Professors were also encouraged to “bring their students with them” to the event, and students who were required to attend complained that it was not relevant to their studies and “painted a dark picture of the Trump administration.”
MIT employees have created a “White Person’s Accountability Group” to help white people combat their privilege and “internalized racist superiority.”
Membership in the group is intentionally kept small, but the organizers encourage others to form their own “white caucus” groups and provide summary reports of each meeting to “people of color” on campus.
The first large-scale research attempting to measure the extent of internet gaming addiction has found … not very much. An Oxford University study suggests that playing online games is not as addictive as gambling.
I know this is an old story, but I found it interesting. And since feminists and social justice warriors are always complaining about computer games, I thought I would add it to my blog.
Plus it under mental health, so that’s another reason why I thought I would add it too.
Ludicrous, Hyperbole and Hysteria: Far Left Are Losing the Narrative As the so-called “entertainers” and recording “artist” continue to spew their political ignorance across the TV, radio and internet, this collective group of hysteria is only solidifying more support for President Trump. Personally, I stopped listening to anything political coming from actors and musicians when…