Tag: Social Justice Warriors

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?

My Thoughts On The Political Parties For GE17

Is it wrong of me to think that only the middle class virtue signalers and disillusioned poor people are the ones to vote for Labour? I’m sorry if that was rude to say, I don’t mean it in a horrible way, and I am not trying to put people down.

I still do not know who to vote for, and the more I look up each party, the more and more confused I am.

To be truthful, I don’t trust any of them not to make things any more worse than they are now. It’s just so hard not to just go for Labour, since my MP is pretty good, and I’ve spoken to her a couple of times about my mental health hub.

Most of all I do not trust myself in voting for the right person, the simple fact of the matter is, I know I will punish myself either way. So, does one go with their gut feeling, or does one go with their mind?

All I know is that none of them really cares about mental health problems, they will all still cut funding to Mental Health Trusts one-way or the other, they all will.

I know that sounds horrible to say and I feel awful for saying this. However In politics, no one keeps their promises, not even the ones who have the best intentions.

Take for instance Corbyn, how do I know he isn’t going to turn the UK into a Communist Utopia? Are we going to have 1984? Are we going to be dictated to as to what to say, think, and act? This scares the living hell out of me; I think it comes from being sexually abused and bullied so unable to speak up about what was happening.

Then there is the Tories and Theresa May, How do I know she isn’t going to stiff my parents out of their pensions? My dad is already retired, and we just about cope on his money. My mum is worried that Theresa is going to up the retirement age even further, and my mum would like to stop working, I think working as hard as she does makes her mental health worse.

Thirdly, there are the Lib Dems, who from what I can tell cannot make up their mind as to what they want to do. Their Election advert is long and pointless, to the point where I want to turn it over because it is boring and time consuming without saying anything at all.

UKIP aren’t very popular in my area, might be because I live in London and we have a ton of immigrants and refugees here. I don’t go out enough into the world to notice much, though when I do go out, they’ve been pretty cool. Nigel the French yogurt as I like to call him scares me. Though he brought up about Brexit, which I did not vote because again I knew I would be beating myself up the whole time. He hasn’t really done anything, and his policies are pretty much for people who hate people. I hate people, but this is the kind of hate where you feel the need to tell people, not the kind where you want to hide away. However, both could be the same thing if you think about.

In addition, feminists and social justice warriors would kill you if they found out you did, and there would be the same kind of protests and fights that are going on right now in America over Trump.

So who should I vote for?

The answer is not UKIP and Liberal Democrats at least.

The power of words | Felipe Contreras

Quite often in a discussion I’ve heard the phrase “semantics”, as if the meaning of words didn’t really matter in a discussion. Words are the building blocks of complex ideas, and if we don’t have …

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“Everything is problematic” – The McGill Daily

Written by: Trent Eady | Visual by: Alice Shen

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.

Source: “Everything is problematic” – The McGill Daily

Law profs condemn excesses of 'safe space' proponents

Two law professors are raising questions about the perceptions of “safe spaces” on college campuses nationwide, suggesting that both supporters and detractors should moderate their approaches.

After conceding that safe space supporters often make themselves into “easy caricatures,” the professors condemn “right-leaning critics” for “overreacting with bluster or ridicule.”

While they reject the idea of using safe spaces to shield students from conflicting viewpoints, they also argue that universities should provide access to campus facilities as safe spaces for private groups based on freedom of association.

Source: Law profs condemn excesses of ‘safe space’ proponents

Why I No Longer Identify as a Feminist – Areo Magazine

| by Helen Pluckrose | I don’t remember ever not being a feminist. I toddled in marches of the 1970s with my mother. She became a second wave feminist in the 1960s after being denied a mortga…

Source: Why I No Longer Identify as a Feminist – Areo Magazine

Gad Saad on Hysteria and “Collective Munchausen” around Donald Trump, Speaking Out as an Academic, and Evolutionary Psychology 101 – Areo Magazine

| by Malhar Mali | “As somebody who escaped Lebanon and actually hid under desks to avoid death squads, I don’t take well to these idiots from Wellesley College who say, ‘I’…

I’ve been thinking this for a while, the whole Munchausen syndrome for social justice warriors and feminists, since they seem to lie a lot about having conditions to get to the top of the Oppression Olympics.

This is very interesting a worth reading Gad Saad is a very intelligent guy, and Munchausen’s is a really interesting subject to read about.

Source: Gad Saad on Hysteria and “Collective Munchausen” around Donald Trump, Speaking Out as an Academic, and Evolutionary Psychology 101 – Areo Magazine

Gawker is Literally Hosting the Oppression Olympics | Critical-Theory.com

Who’s more oppressed, south Asians or black people? Trans-women or trans-men? Gawker is here to find out! All good branches of thought have their ad absurdum moment where, following an otherwise sound logic, thinkers are brought to obscene conclusions that legitimate straw arguments against the field as a whole. For instance, Marxists claiming that not being sexist is a distraction from the revolution, or shitty 2nd wave feminists who claim that trans-women are part of a larger misogynist plot to invade women-only spaces. And of course, the whole host of Tumblr academics who are trying to play the oppression olympics. The oppression olympics takes a wide array of awesome scholarship about the oppression of non-white, non-heterosexual, non-male, differently abled (and usually poor) folks and takes sides. For example, rather than just admit that oppressions usually piggy-back off each other intersectionally, they insist that one oppression is the foundation for all other oppressions. But

Source: Gawker is Literally Hosting the Oppression Olympics | Critical-Theory.com

Loyola hosts 'Feminist Festival' with 'groovy bra-burners'

Loyola University-New Orleans is hoting an 11-day “Feminist Festival” featuring “groovy bra-burners” and a lecture on quilting as a “healing” method.

Events include a talk on “anti-feminism” in pop-culture, a dance performance featuring “groovy bra-burners,” and a talk on how making quilts is a “mechanism of healing and survival.”

The “Feminist Festival,” which began last week and runs through Saturday, features 17 unique events hosted by the Loyola Women’s Resource Center, including talks by professors, film screenings, and interactive feminist workshops.

Source: Loyola hosts ‘Feminist Festival’ with ‘groovy bra-burners’

Question About Harassment Online Of Rape Survivors By The Left

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.

Thank you.