Tag: gender

Can Bill Nye – or any other science show – really save the world?

If anything, from what I saw with the woman who could not sing a note, singing about the millions of Tumblrina genders and sexualities.

I have to say personally, I think TV is pandering too much to the special snowflakes, and we are soon to live in a world where having sex with children will be legal.

If Bill Nye ends up saying that, then I am afraid I am as many will end up checking out life.

Sociology is good for most part, but to be honest, it has now infiltrated its way into everything, and sucked the fun out of it.

It has changed how we treat mental illnesses, it has changed how we see sex and gender without any scientific evidence excepting feelings.

So are Feelings now Scientific Fact?

I was not impressed with what I saw of the show, I am so glad I am not paying a subscription to Netflix.

Sorry to be blunt, but I feel like I am in a world where up is down, and left is right. I cannot handle anymore of this social justice, gneder studies bullshit that is being forced fed in media.

Sorry for being blunt and a downer.

Source: Can Bill Nye – or any other science show – really save the world?

All Special Snowflakes Welcome: Facebook Now Has 71 Gender Options – TheRalphRetort.com

Source: All Special Snowflakes Welcome: Facebook Now Has 71 Gender Options – TheRalphRetort.com

Introduction To Soc-Jus Pt. 3

Introduction To Soc-Jus Pt. 3

Absolutely fantastic, you’re brilliant at explaining the SJW’s. Thank you for doing these, I love these videos.

The Rationalists

The Predation of Media and Subculture

(Part 3 of 3 in the Introduction to Soc-Jus series)

Part 5: Representation In Media

Despite a common and central theme to the complaints of social justice warriors and feminists being that they lack appropriate representation in the media, in many sectors of modern media it could be said that they enjoy not only representation, but in fact an over saturation therein. Arguing very often that the absence of social justice or feminist ideology within fictional stories, as well as an absence of strong female, minority, disabled, transgender and “non-binaries” characters in said stories is a sign of media marginalization, many a prominent feminist and social justice advocate are themselves outright media darlings. People who in the course of their generally rhetorically based “advocacy and activism” become go-to authority figures on the topics of sexism, racism, misogyny and harassment, despite often having little to…

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