Explaining Progressive Gender Theory To Right Wing Bigots

(source) The first thing you must understand is that gender is a social construct. "Woman" and "man" are concepts arbitrarily invented by society. They have nothing to do with reality. A child is assigned one of these labels randomly at birth by primitive, backward-thinking doctors who, for no good or objective reason, have decided that... Continue Reading →

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You’ve Just Been Called a Bigot. Now What?

(source) So you have just been accused of being a bigot of some kind—you’re a racist, a sexist, a homophobe, a xenophobe, or some other horrible-sounding name. Don’t fool yourself. Everyone is a potential target. Anyone can be called out. Forget intersectionality. African-Americans, women, LGBTQ, Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, and all manner of foreign nationals... Continue Reading →

Control leads to censorship

(source) In one survey, 75% of tech entrepreneurs voted for Hillary Clinton. 8.8% voted for Trump. 83% back higher taxes, 82% support gun control and another 82% are in favor of socialized medicine. Google, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon employees were 4 out of 5 of Bernie Sanders’ top donors. Cash from Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft poured... Continue Reading →

Why Tech Giants Aren’t the Same as Christian Bakeries

(source) In the intense debate that followed the rapid-fire censorship of Alex Jones and Infowars across virtually every major digital distribution platform last week, no argument has been lazier than the comparison with Christian-owned bakeries. {snip} As a short essay in the neoconservative magazine Weekly Standard put it: You might recall a couple months ago... Continue Reading →

School Shootings and the Sea of Loneliness 

(source) Another mass shooting, more innocent lives lost and more communities shattered. America struggles to understand why the violence continues. What are we missing? America has failed miserably in how it treats those with mental illness and violent tendencies Several layers of law enforcement and social programs often also fail to do their jobs, such as... Continue Reading →

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