These. Are. AWESOME!!!!
I’m buying the entire set for my son, but only after ze finishes transitioning to a daughter. 😎👌
Misandry wasn’t made socially acceptable by feminists — it became so because men were afraid to stand up to sexism for of fear of being labeled misogynists.
I couldn’t care less about gender representation in the workforce — what matters is that people are not being discriminated against solely on the basis of their sex. And the reality is that sex discrimination has never been more institutionalized.
Women used to be denied opportunities due to naive social prejudices. Now men are denied opportunities because of quotas. Which is the greater evil?
Social justice notwithstanding, women make up 49.55% of the world population. Imagine defining yourself by your membership to this protected minority group. That’s what we saw last night from those sweet sister suffragettes.
I picked a really shitty time to @ Twitter support. Looks like they ended up including me in a purge that wasn’t NPC related and didn’t have anything to do with me. Instant permanent suspension — no reason given.
(They only give you a reason when they suspend individual accounts.)
It looks like they were trying to cull some of the Trump supporters prior to the SOTU address. I’m guessing a Twitter mod had to have been triggered by my Lindsey Graham av, because my account was clearly marked ‘parody’, and I haven’t done a damned thing that could be remotely construed as breaking any of their rules. I was careful — mostly just retweeted the Greys and promoted NPC Daily shit
(Replies to Nev):
I grew up in a secular household, so I never understood where people were coming from with the religious stuff. And things were pretty bad when I was a kid, as far as people throwing Christianity into your face. About as bad as it is now with Islam, although the crusaders of my childhood were generally non-violent.
Tay and I grew up during America’s last culture war, when people felt threatened by *legitimate* social progress and were trying to impose what essentially amounted to conservative Christian values upon others — even though it wasn’t so simple as religious vs. secular or left vs. right.
Al Gore and his wife — believe it or not — were at the forefront of those who wanted to use government censorship to keep subversive, Satanic ideas from working their way into the minds of young people. The Evangelicals were with him, unsurprisingly. But non-churchgoers and the moderately religious were not.
The same sort of media-driven outrage you see now was going on back then, only they were playing up the divide by stoking outrage over traditional “American” (i.e., conservative) values, even though the media back then was almost as left-wing as it is now.
It was about ratings — for the networks, at least. For the average Joe, it was about religion, and for the politicians, it was about political power. Both the Dems and the GOP wanted to secure their share of thr Evangelical vote, which back then was pretty evenly split.
The crusaders ultimately took it too far. People (especially young people) rebelled — hardcore. The concept of America as a judeo-Christian nation slowly began to die, except in the minds of the Evangelicals.