Insane SJW examples of bullshit "microaggressions"

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The BBC are literally trolling now with these articles on trans women in female sport. Mountains of evidence yet they just keep pushing the wrong way.

The BBC seem determined to force a "correct" view on this. The powers that be at the BBC have a lot to answer for. There is no way that their entire sports journalism team thinks this, but it seems like they know what will happen to them if they don't push. Don't tell me the BBC isn't authoritarian.

still nice to see mandy can get a game
 
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I have looked into this, and it seems it is written by a woman with a "transsexual child". I cannot find any evidence that it is used in Swedish preschools, so I am far from sure that this is some widespread book. The author has 4 books in total, and none of them have more than 10 reviews despite being years old, and all those reviews seem mainly to be from a handful of other activists.

They're not available on Amazon and don't forget that anyone can self publish.

There are books about worshiping white men from "Asian" female authors...might in reality, be a white guy. :lol: There are all sorts of things self published, most of it utter drivel. IF anyone can find evidence of these books being remotely widespread in Sweden or used in schools then that would be a different issue.
 
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The BBC are literally trolling now with these articles on trans women in female sport. Mountains of evidence yet they just keep pushing the wrong way.

The BBC seem determined to force a "correct" view on this. The powers that be at the BBC have a lot to answer for. There is no way that their entire sports journalism team thinks this, but it seems like they know what will happen to them if they don't push. Don't tell me the BBC isn't authoritarian.

Aside from the outright lies that the lobbyists are telling about there being "no advantages in muscle mass" post hormone treatment, they utterly ignore what going through puberty as a man will do to a body. Lung size, VO2 Max, bone density, frame...these things cannot just be reversed by reducing testosterone. :lol:

Men lose testosterone as they get older anyway. I am 39, and so my test will be lower than when I was 26, but it doesn't mean it does not offer me advantages in strength over a 26 year old woman.

One of the immediate obvious things is height and frame.

Look at the goal keeper in this article, and the BBC illustrate the point without even meaning to. He/She is 6ft tall. That's pretty small for a keeper, in fact Claudio Bravo is the shortest keeper in the Premiership and he is 6ft.

In the UK, being 6ft and a woman puts you in the 99.848 percentile. :lol:

The pictures tell their own story...



 
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Aside from the outright lies that the lobbyists are telling about there being "no advantages in muscle mass" post hormone treatment, they utterly ignore what going through puberty as a man will do to a body. Lung size, VO2 Max, bone density, frame...these things cannot just be reversed by reducing testosterone. :lol:

Men lose testosterone as they get older anyway. I am 39, and so my test will be lower than when I was 26, but it doesn't mean it does not offer me advantages in strength over a 26 year old woman.

One of the immediate obvious things is height and frame.

Look at the goal keeper in this article, and the BBC illustrate the point without even meaning to. He/She is 6ft tall. That's pretty small for a keeper, in fact Claudio Bravo is the shortest keeper in the Premiership and he is 6ft.

In the UK, being 6ft and a woman puts you in the 99.848 percentile. :lol:

The pictures tell their own story...



Fucking Christ, I was just listening to almost 1.5 hours of a sperging little shit-stain called Destiny "debating" with Sargon of Akkad (I was commuting and bored) over the utility of broadening the term woman to also include transgender women, as in, since our definitions are only socially constructed to provide some utility so therefore malleable and as it would make more people happier to just refer to trans-women as women and this shouldn't have any affect on you personally as a "CIS-Whatever", society should expand the definition to suit.

Blah blah blah.

It was pretty retarded but the glaring issue with that kind of logic is THIS ^^^ if trans-women are just women with penises then what possible argument could you have against them competing in female sports, you transphobe ... or would that simply just be "sexist" now that trans-women are women too. :think1
 
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Today, I bring you this very important subject we should all be aware of:


"On January 7, she blogged excitedly about her upcoming trip to India. She wrote that 2019 would be her “year of color.” She said that as a child, India had fascinated her, and that when an Indian friend’s parents offered to take her with them on a trip, it was “like being offered a seat on a flight to Mars.” She spoke of her trip as if it were the biggest hurdle anyone could jump: “If I can go to India, I can do anything — I’m pretty sure.” Templer, it should be noted, is white.

As someone who is mixed-race Indian, to me, her post (though seemingly well-meaning) was like bingo for every conversation a white person has ever had with me about their “fascination” with my dad’s home country; it was just so colorful and complex and inspiring. It’s not that they were wrong, per se, just that the tone felt like they thought India only existed to be all those things for them.

The initial comments on Templer’s blog post were supportive, but quickly, knitters and fans began to criticize her tone. “Karen, I’d ask you to re-read what you wrote and think about how your words feed into a colonial/imperialist mindset toward India and other non-Western countries,” wrote commenter Alex. “Multiple times you compare the idea of going to India to the idea of going to another planet — how do you think a person from India would feel to hear that?”
 
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When when we see biological women compete in mens sports?. I bet those "activists" will be the first to complain its unfair when they underperform against real men.
 
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Today, I bring you this very important subject we should all be aware of:


"On January 7, she blogged excitedly about her upcoming trip to India. She wrote that 2019 would be her “year of color.” She said that as a child, India had fascinated her, and that when an Indian friend’s parents offered to take her with them on a trip, it was “like being offered a seat on a flight to Mars.” She spoke of her trip as if it were the biggest hurdle anyone could jump: “If I can go to India, I can do anything — I’m pretty sure.” Templer, it should be noted, is white.

As someone who is mixed-race Indian, to me, her post (though seemingly well-meaning) was like bingo for every conversation a white person has ever had with me about their “fascination” with my dad’s home country; it was just so colorful and complex and inspiring. It’s not that they were wrong, per se, just that the tone felt like they thought India only existed to be all those things for them.

The initial comments on Templer’s blog post were supportive, but quickly, knitters and fans began to criticize her tone. “Karen, I’d ask you to re-read what you wrote and think about how your words feed into a colonial/imperialist mindset toward India and other non-Western countries,” wrote commenter Alex. “Multiple times you compare the idea of going to India to the idea of going to another planet — how do you think a person from India would feel to hear that?”
Right, I think what you're actually doing here is a reflection on how You think white people think as opposed to how white people actually think. Being excited about travelling to India and all the culture that goes with somewhere so "alien" to your own culture is in no way an attitude that India "only exists to be all those things for them".

What the fuck does that even mean anyway?

I have a feeling a person from India wouldn't give a fuck on hearing her statement.

Don't get me wrong, I haven't a fucking clue why she thinks this is the equivalent of travelling to Mars but then I wouldn't be surprised to find a person who has never left India would feel like they were travelling to another planet if they went to the US.
 
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Where is this all going to end. IF this keeps up 20 years from now women sports will be totally dominated by men. When is this going to come to a head?
 
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Today, I bring you this very important subject we should all be aware of:


"On January 7, she blogged excitedly about her upcoming trip to India. She wrote that 2019 would be her “year of color.” She said that as a child, India had fascinated her, and that when an Indian friend’s parents offered to take her with them on a trip, it was “like being offered a seat on a flight to Mars.” She spoke of her trip as if it were the biggest hurdle anyone could jump: “If I can go to India, I can do anything — I’m pretty sure.” Templer, it should be noted, is white.

As someone who is mixed-race Indian, to me, her post (though seemingly well-meaning) was like bingo for every conversation a white person has ever had with me about their “fascination” with my dad’s home country; it was just so colorful and complex and inspiring. It’s not that they were wrong, per se, just that the tone felt like they thought India only existed to be all those things for them.

The initial comments on Templer’s blog post were supportive, but quickly, knitters and fans began to criticize her tone. “Karen, I’d ask you to re-read what you wrote and think about how your words feed into a colonial/imperialist mindset toward India and other non-Western countries,” wrote commenter Alex. “Multiple times you compare the idea of going to India to the idea of going to another planet — how do you think a person from India would feel to hear that?”
Another day, another total lack of understanding of context
 
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im not sure yopu are paying much attention

this shit has gone totally mainstream,from newspaper contributors like Jessica Valenti [sp?] to university guidlines on 'microaggressions' to the assumption that 'rape culture' exists by the majority of feminists busy fighting the 'patriarchy'.....................

you might want to check Sargons channel as well for the endless examples..............

'jazz hands' :rofl
Isn’t Sargon a deity in the Bible?
 
May 19, 2013
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im not sure yopu are paying much attention

this shit has gone totally mainstream,from newspaper contributors like Jessica Valenti [sp?] to university guidlines on 'microaggressions' to the assumption that 'rape culture' exists by the majority of feminists busy fighting the 'patriarchy'.....................

you might want to check Sargons channel as well for the endless examples..............

'jazz hands' :rofl
Isn’t Sargon a deity in the Bible?
 

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Pretty sure the talk about this will start on here again soon enough so thought I'd let you folk know that the Captain Marvel film has a 5.4 rating on IMDB. I can't believe that the film is that bad. Expect noise to follow.