a blog dedicated to exposing tumblr's most heinous social justice warriors

 

I kind of wanted to restart this tumblr in the new year but after going through some tags, tumblr sjws are bad but the anti-sjws are so much worse.

If I never see another faux-intellectual libertarian again, it’ll be too soon.

my middle name is bitch: Non-Sexysexual Privilege Checklist

heartinakiln:

- I am not viewed as slutty or ‘loose’ for my sexual behavior.

- My sexual behavior is not immediately associated with hedonism, free love, etc.

- My sexual identity does not lead people to believe that I am joking or making things up.

- There has been a large body of creditable research/tumblr…

graft versus host: Parrot Talk

graftversushost:

Two phrases I have seen parroted endlessly over the years by defensive people are “Oppression Olympics” and “identity policing.” It’s not terribly surprising that they have been trumpeted out by polysciwhatever during the backlash to her homophobic “sexual privilege” checklist.

As far as I could…

edmilibandisnotjustasexobject:

I know he did a terrible thing but, typing from outside of a personal vicinity, it doesn’t undermine any of the principles he stood for in 2010. I mean, I get why people feel let down because they are emotionally invested in him, but it doesn’t directly undermine anything he’s said. When a Republican emphasises “traditional family values” and then has a string of affairs there is a certain political hypocrisy behind it, but those were hardly the values at the top of Weiner’s list so I don’t see why this is a political issue? 
I love Huma Abedin as much as the next person but what he did doesn’t sully the passion he showed in the 9/11 responders bill.
Surely advocating the persecution of Palestinians is 100000 times worse than showing a picture of his boxers to a girl he had no intention of even meeting.
If you want to hate Weiner for his disloyalty fair enough, but if you want to call him “less epic” politically at least do it for a good reason and not for his wife who has already forgiven him.

ACTIVISM >:C

unless of course it’s for women who’ve been sexually harassed.

edmilibandisnotjustasexobject:

I know he did a terrible thing but, typing from outside of a personal vicinity, it doesn’t undermine any of the principles he stood for in 2010. I mean, I get why people feel let down because they are emotionally invested in him, but it doesn’t directly undermine anything he’s said. When a Republican emphasises “traditional family values” and then has a string of affairs there is a certain political hypocrisy behind it, but those were hardly the values at the top of Weiner’s list so I don’t see why this is a political issue? 

I love Huma Abedin as much as the next person but what he did doesn’t sully the passion he showed in the 9/11 responders bill.

Surely advocating the persecution of Palestinians is 100000 times worse than showing a picture of his boxers to a girl he had no intention of even meeting.

If you want to hate Weiner for his disloyalty fair enough, but if you want to call him “less epic” politically at least do it for a good reason and not for his wife who has already forgiven him.

ACTIVISM >:C

unless of course it’s for women who’ve been sexually harassed.

http://polisci-prelaw.tumblr.com/post/6408926551/oh-it-turns-out-hes-also-sexually-harassed-underage
http://polisci-prelaw.tumblr.com/post/6409476049/if-everyone-is-over-age-and-consenting-i-have-no

oh, i have no idea about anything about this situation, but i’m just going to sit here and defend this guy anyway, because liberal men. oh but he harassed an underage girl? well he totally didn’t know she was underage, so that’s cool. oh but the adult women didn’t actually consent? let me talk to you some more about how much i’m not paying attention to facts, even though i still feel qualified enough to defend him.

Let’s talk about a little thing called etymology.

feministilicious:

"The simple fact is: “Homophobia” is not an accurate term to describe people who are prejudiced against queer people. It is appropriative (taking something from an oppressed group and erasing the meaning) of people with actual phobias. The term ”heterosexist” is more accurate because while homophobia is supposedly the fear of gay people, heterosexist is more inclusive of the different types of queer (homo=gay, so homophobia=fear of homosexuals) and is more accurate at what the word is trying to convey: the prejudice that hetero people are better than people who aren’t hetero."

That’s real cute. Now stop it.

Listen up, tumblr SJWs. Nobody is appropriating shit from people with phobias, and the large number of LGBT people with phobias who’ve spoken up to tell you you’re wrong should maybe have been a hint.

The word ‘phobia’ is not the same thing as the suffix phobia.

When someone has a migraine, and they experience photophobia, that is not ableism. They are not appropriating anything from people with phobias, because a phobia and -phobia are not the same thing.

When a chemist talks about something having hydrophobic properties, that is not ableism. They are not appropriating anything from people with phobias when they describe a substance that is repelled by water.

Biologists, gardeners, doctors, politicians - all of these people have terms in their professional spheres that make use of the suffix -phobia.

Just because two words share a root they are not automatically the same word.

Likewise, homophobia is not appropriating anything from people with phobias.  Other than tumblr SJWs, literally the only other people who pretend homophobia has anything to do with mental illness are homophobes themselves. It’s one of the first derailing tactics: “But phobia means fear and I’m not ~scared~ of the gays so I can’t be homophobic!”

I think it’s pretty telling that a lot of the people calling it ableist are doing so in response to being called out for saying something homophobic.

It’s a shitty, emotionally manipulative way to attempt to silence LGB+ people. It’s repackaged homophobia - reinforcing the same old cultural prejudices but wrapped up in shiny social justice language.

stfuableism:

"Using “-phobia” to discuss bigotry shames phobias as well. Telling people that their emotional reactions are as bad as forces that systematically dehumanize and kill people on a regular basis prevents people from being able to discuss their reactions without being read as terrible people."

Find me one person on earth who thinks “Arachnophobia? that sounds like homophobia! Goodness gracious me, now everyone must hate me for being bigoted against spiders!”

That’s ridiculous. Partly because spiders are fuzzy-legged beady-eyed venomous killing machines of terror. Also, because sensible people understand not only that words mean things, but that different words mean different things.

Again, this is a shitty, emotionally manipulative way to attempt to silence us.

Back to that feministilicious quote:

"The term ”heterosexist” is more accurate because while homophobia is supposedly the fear of gay people, ;heterosexist is more inclusive of the different types of queer (homo=gay, so homophobia=fear of homosexuals).”

Again, confusing suffixes and prefixes with words. Using “homophobia” isn’t excluding bi- or pansexuals. Because, you incompetent baboon, “homo” doesn’t actually mean “gay”. Homophobia is directed at anyone with a same-sex attraction. If “homo-” meant gay then round up all the homozygotes, we’ve found the gay gene!

If you’re going to criticize someone’s language use, you should probably make sure first that you yourself understand the words you’re using. Prefix. Suffix. Silencing. Concern trolling. That kind of thing.

 

Now, all of you, stop flaunting your own ignorance and let us uppity LGB+ folks call out our oppressors in peace.

Anonymous asked
what the world has really been waiting for is you, isn't it? a wet blanket on energised people trying to make a difference. sad, sad, sad.

when those energized people are trying to make a difference at the expense of oppressed groups, we are more than delighted to shit all over them C:

WHY are you Atheist?

An everyday question - it’s rare to hear someone asked “Why are you Christian?” or “Why are you Jewish?” but it’s common for atheists to be asked to explain or justify their beliefs. (via microaggressions)

why is this a microaggression, and why are you comparing the treatment atheists get to anti-semitism?

mylittlehazmat:

belgianbollocks:

privilegedenyingasexuals:

[Picture: Background: 4 piece horizontal color   split with black, grey, white, and purple. Foreground: White guy with glasses   and light shadow wearing  a sweat shirt over a button down and short   black hair. Has a smug,  arrogant facial expression and crossed arms.   Top text: “I’m not straight.” Bottom text: “I’m heteroromantic.”]
This was submitted in the askbox by an anon. Thank you, anon!

Since when did heteroromantic people deny that they might have passing privilege? Yes, they may fall in love with people of the opposite gender, but that doesn’t mean that you get to call them straight. They’re still a part of a sexual minority. A minority you have taken upon yourself to bully.I bet you feel proud of yourself.

I think they do. Otherwise they wouldn’t have made a blog about it.
Tbh, I think they’re a bit bored.

Because queer people getting upset is all about boredom and wanting to stir up drama. Clearly, we can never be angry, no, that would hurt the privilege people’s feelings!

mylittlehazmat:

belgianbollocks:

privilegedenyingasexuals:

[Picture: Background: 4 piece horizontal color split with black, grey, white, and purple. Foreground: White guy with glasses and light shadow wearing a sweat shirt over a button down and short black hair. Has a smug, arrogant facial expression and crossed arms. Top text: “I’m not straight.” Bottom text: “I’m heteroromantic.”]

This was submitted in the askbox by an anon. Thank you, anon!

Since when did heteroromantic people deny that they might have passing privilege? Yes, they may fall in love with people of the opposite gender, but that doesn’t mean that you get to call them straight. They’re still a part of a sexual minority. A minority you have taken upon yourself to bully.

I bet you feel proud of yourself.

I think they do. Otherwise they wouldn’t have made a blog about it.

Tbh, I think they’re a bit bored.

Because queer people getting upset is all about boredom and wanting to stir up drama. Clearly, we can never be angry, no, that would hurt the privilege people’s feelings!