Insane SJW examples of bullshit "microaggressions"

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Someone should make a compilation of these winners at this stage....


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I just can't understand these people who transition and then take up sports. The entitlement and selfishness is just absolutely mind-blowing to me. And then they expect to be celebrated for it. Crazy.

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I just can't understand these people who transition and then take up sports. The entitlement and selfishness is just absolutely mind-blowing to me. And then they expect to be celebrated for it. Crazy.

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I don't about this one in particular but others I've seen in the past, they have gone years as men, played a sport, were very average and then decided to transition and move into the women's sport shortly after ... it's extremely coincidental.

Almost like this has more to with narcissism than body dysphoria . :think1
 

Masters

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There isn't any hoopla from critics and sjw's about the new Battle Angel Alita movie that stars a strong female lead. It obviously isn't political enough for them and the female star isn't a toxic feminist savage who spews extreme ant-white bigotry at every opportunity she gets.

This seems to be a movie that appeals to all ,so it isn't getting perfect scores across the board like Captain Marvel surely will. The pressure is on for critics to worship Marvel lest they be called out for their sexism and unprogressive attitude.
My bet is Alita is a better movie than Marvel but will get blown out in terms of reviews and box office. Its a sad state of affairs the far left have infiltrated the movie business so to use it as a tool to push their pointless political beliefs.
 
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Angry parents slam 'utterly disgusting' GCSE biology textbook for depicting a pregnant woman with 'Brazilian' pubic hair 'straight out of a porn film'

Parents have demanded publishers withdraw a GCSE textbook in schools across the UK because it shows a woman with a ‘porn star’ Brazilian pubic hair wax.

The science revision book has been met with outrage from parents who say it 'looks like it comes straight out of a porn film'.

Publisher Pearson has been asked to withdraw the 2017 textbook after parents branded the image 'seriously disturbing and disgusting'.

One Twitter user said Pearson Edexcel were 'utterly disgraceful' to have used the 'landing strip' illustration in its International GCSE Human Biology textbook and 'should formally apologise'.

One mother said: 'It depicts a woman with pubic hair that looks like it comes straight out of a porn film.'

Another added on a Mumsnet forum: 'It may appear trivial, but it is definitely unhealthy.

'This is part of the learning that gets drummed into girls about how disgusting they are, how they should be ashamed of themselves, how their discomfort is irrelevant to others.'

James Mannion wrote on Twitter: 'It's just so unnecessary for the diagram. Somebody sat there and drew this. What were they thinking? And who signed off on it?'

Vivienne Porritt, co-founder of education movement #WomenEd, feared 'it may encourage boys to ask girls if they have had a Brazilian'.

She said: 'There is much evidence that girls are already victims of sexual harassment in schools and this image would add to that.'

But other Twitter users were less offended and said people needed to 'get a grip'.

Jamielisa Jacquemin said: 'It’s a human body! Get over it...we all have one! Different shapes...some people are so ridiculous, more things to worry about in the world!'

Pearson said the image had been replaced when the textbook was reprinted in May last year.

A spokesman said: 'Clearly, we did not mean to cause offence with the original version and we would be happy to provide the updated version free of charge to any student or teacher who would like a replacement.'


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Angry parents slam 'utterly disgusting' GCSE biology textbook for depicting a pregnant woman with 'Brazilian' pubic hair 'straight out of a porn film'

Parents have demanded publishers withdraw a GCSE textbook in schools across the UK because it shows a woman with a ‘porn star’ Brazilian pubic hair wax.

The science revision book has been met with outrage from parents who say it 'looks like it comes straight out of a porn film'.

Publisher Pearson has been asked to withdraw the 2017 textbook after parents branded the image 'seriously disturbing and disgusting'.

One Twitter user said Pearson Edexcel were 'utterly disgraceful' to have used the 'landing strip' illustration in its International GCSE Human Biology textbook and 'should formally apologise'.

One mother said: 'It depicts a woman with pubic hair that looks like it comes straight out of a porn film.'

Another added on a Mumsnet forum: 'It may appear trivial, but it is definitely unhealthy.

'This is part of the learning that gets drummed into girls about how disgusting they are, how they should be ashamed of themselves, how their discomfort is irrelevant to others.'

James Mannion wrote on Twitter: 'It's just so unnecessary for the diagram. Somebody sat there and drew this. What were they thinking? And who signed off on it?'

Vivienne Porritt, co-founder of education movement #WomenEd, feared 'it may encourage boys to ask girls if they have had a Brazilian'.

She said: 'There is much evidence that girls are already victims of sexual harassment in schools and this image would add to that.'

But other Twitter users were less offended and said people needed to 'get a grip'.

Jamielisa Jacquemin said: 'It’s a human body! Get over it...we all have one! Different shapes...some people are so ridiculous, more things to worry about in the world!'

Pearson said the image had been replaced when the textbook was reprinted in May last year.

A spokesman said: 'Clearly, we did not mean to cause offence with the original version and we would be happy to provide the updated version free of charge to any student or teacher who would like a replacement.'


:lol:

My wife is teaching To Kill A Mockingbird. A parent has complained to the school because of the word ni**er.
 

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St. Vincent says she “sees the tide turning” for women in the music industry

“If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu,” she remarked. “So it’s a question of having more women in positions of power to give people a chance who, for reasons of unfortunate systemic sexism in this case, have not had the opportunity. I’m on a coalition with Alicia Keys to encourage female songwriters and engineers.”

Lets thank St. Vincent for paving the way forward for female artists in the music business because they were all held back until she came along to save the day. ... :violin:lunny
 
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Angry parents slam 'utterly disgusting' GCSE biology textbook for depicting a pregnant woman with 'Brazilian' pubic hair 'straight out of a porn film'

Parents have demanded publishers withdraw a GCSE textbook in schools across the UK because it shows a woman with a ‘porn star’ Brazilian pubic hair wax.

The science revision book has been met with outrage from parents who say it 'looks like it comes straight out of a porn film'.

Publisher Pearson has been asked to withdraw the 2017 textbook after parents branded the image 'seriously disturbing and disgusting'.

One Twitter user said Pearson Edexcel were 'utterly disgraceful' to have used the 'landing strip' illustration in its International GCSE Human Biology textbook and 'should formally apologise'.

One mother said: 'It depicts a woman with pubic hair that looks like it comes straight out of a porn film.'

Another added on a Mumsnet forum: 'It may appear trivial, but it is definitely unhealthy.

'This is part of the learning that gets drummed into girls about how disgusting they are, how they should be ashamed of themselves, how their discomfort is irrelevant to others.'

James Mannion wrote on Twitter: 'It's just so unnecessary for the diagram. Somebody sat there and drew this. What were they thinking? And who signed off on it?'

Vivienne Porritt, co-founder of education movement #WomenEd, feared 'it may encourage boys to ask girls if they have had a Brazilian'.

She said: 'There is much evidence that girls are already victims of sexual harassment in schools and this image would add to that.'

But other Twitter users were less offended and said people needed to 'get a grip'.

Jamielisa Jacquemin said: 'It’s a human body! Get over it...we all have one! Different shapes...some people are so ridiculous, more things to worry about in the world!'

Pearson said the image had been replaced when the textbook was reprinted in May last year.

A spokesman said: 'Clearly, we did not mean to cause offence with the original version and we would be happy to provide the updated version free of charge to any student or teacher who would like a replacement.'


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While the reactions are a bit over the top, I do think it is fairly odd that a textbook chose to do that. Fundamentally though, it is not a big issue and if people think that teenage girls are getting pressure from biology text books they really haven't got a fucking clue about how the world works. :lol: