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Ever notice the anti-sjw crowd
Dont reblog donation requests for people who need it.
Dont reblog housing requests for the homeless or soon to be.
Dont do anything to actually help other human beings?
I help people without being part of that crowd thank you very goddamn much. I just don’t reblog or anything like that. I actually do my damndest to help with what little i have. You don’t have to be a SJW to be a good person. In fact I’d say in a lot of ways it’s a contradiction.
^ I’m sorry, but I actually do things like HELP PEOPLE rather than clicking a fucking reblog button to make myself feel good.
Did you miss the part where i take in homeless trans women? I think you did.
And you condemn trans men.
You see the problem, here?
"I TAKE IN HOMELESS TRANS WOMEN!!!"
"But trans men are awful eeew gross"
Taking in anyone who’s homeless is a very good, charitable thing to do, but, in this case, it doesn’t make you a good fucking person. You are still a disgusting bigot. If someone was bigoted against trans women, but used, “But I take in homeless trans men” as an excuse, you would jump all over them. That’s called a double standard, and it speaks to your ignorance and bigotry.
You’re basically a shit-tier human being. Sorry, not sorry. You’re part of the reason the trans movement has become so divided. You’re part of the reason that I and my trans woman friends get shit for being friends. You’re part of the reason we can’t just coexist together peacefully, helping one another with our struggles.
You advocate kicking trans men of any color and white trans individuals out of their own fucking movement. Because it’s not like we’re fighting for the exact same fucking rights as trans women of color are. It’s not like we want to have secure jobs, secure homes, and our transitions covered by insurance nationwide. It’s not like we’re fighting against stigma. It’s not like trans men and white trans people are ever homeless. It’s not like trans men and white trans people ever experience violence and hardship because of their race or their status as trans.
No. Obviously trans men and white trans people suffer no hardships. They are truly the most privileged, even though trans men are constantly forgotten and erased, even though trans women have the lion’s share of representation, even though trans women have the most exposure and normalization, even though trans women have better and cheaper surgeries available to them.
Willikers, it’s almost like trans men are privileged in some ways, while trans women are privileged in others. It’s almost like that doesn’t make either group any more or less important. It’s almost like we’re supposed to be working together to accomplish a greater goal, regardless of which privileges we have and do not have.
I’m going to continue to believe that you’re a very dedicated troll, OP, because if I don’t, I’ll have to accept that awful, hateful little goblins like you actually exist, and I don’t think I can handle that.
All of the above commentary.
Also, the original post is actually a perfect example of why SJWs are so looked down upon - because they’re such gigantic hypocrites. Reblogging a post is not “activism”, nor is it a reason to justify putting yourself on a moral pedestal. It is nothing more than wearing “activism” like a trend to bolster your own sense of self-importance. When you give genuinely of yourself without demanding to be acknowledged for it, maybe then you can start to believe you’re doing anything worthwhile for anyone other than just yourself.
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The Fandom Nomadic: Observations on the Fandom that Never Settles
As of the time I’m writing this, I am 27 years old. I have been a part of fandom, in some capacity, since I was 11 and became obsessed with Pokemon. In the wider scope of fandom as a whole I’m still quite young, but on Tumblr I am often at least a good five years older than most of my friends, which gives me at least a good five years of experience over them. Five years might not seem like a lot, but on the internet it is a very, very long time. And over the course of those five years and five before that and five even before that, I’ve gathered an idea of how different subsets of fandom tend to work.
And one subset of fandom I see talked about often but never really fully addressed in any real capacity is the Nomadic Fandom.
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Anonymous: I have to take an exam soon for a class. Can you distract me?
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Anonymous: So I carried out the exact instructions you gave on making a child of my own and I'm not entirely sure what to do with this gigantic pile of shit and piss in the middle of my living room. Plus there is the smell of curdled, spoiled milk wafting around. Th-thanks, Tena.
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thecherrysodaaskblog: Tantalizingly tight, tenaciously taking down terrible, two-bit contemptible libertines. Smoothest tumblr typer, on target like a sniper, roaringly ripping radfems until they run like rats from the pied piper, you know who it is, it's TenaFlyViper. (I just randomly made that up. :P)
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Anonymous: Is there a reason why I find the idea of a fingertip being lopped off more cringe-worthy/horrifying than someone losing an arm? I could watch movies all day depicting someone being pulled apart and losing entire limbs, but something like a fingernail being ripped off will make me want to curl up and look away.
I think it’s because that kind of pain seems more “personal”, as oddly as that may sound. The average person really doesn’t experience anything the level of losing an arm, but we’ve all banged our finger on something, gotten a paper cut, or clipped a nail too far down by accident. Fingertips are loaded with sensors - many more than would be present between arm and socket. As a result, the tips of one’s fingers are also acutely painful when damaged.
Sometimes the most successfully squirm-inducing horror is the least excessive. Also, the ones that specifically target our five senses subconsciously affect us on a deeper level. Show someone’s head getting blown off by a shotgun in a movie, and you don’t get much of a reaction. Show anything regarding tongues or eyeballs being cut, and you’re more likely to shock the audience.