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It Seems Odd to Me… March 16, 2023

Posted by geoff in News.

…that we’re supposed to drill down to the granular level of people’s gender preferences, yet it’s an insult to call trans people anything other than “man” or “woman.” For instance, we’re supposed to differentiate between “genderfluid,” “genderqueer,” “gendervoid,” and “graygender,” but if we call a man who transitioned into a woman anything but a woman, it’s off to HR and Cancellation Jail.

…that trans people need to be allowed to use the bathroom that makes them feel the most comfortable even if it makes many, many more people uncomfortable. Shouldn’t the welfare of the majority should take precedence?

…that being a victim grants you special authority to lecture and define policy for people who were smart enough or lucky enough to avoid being a victim. More sensibly, the non-victims should be lecturing victims on how to avoid calamities.

…that it hasn’t occurred to fans of reparations that the grantees will be reviled for all time if they actually get the money they want. It will permanently taint race relations.

…that I’ve never heard the NEA or any representative of teachers worry about declining test scores. If they care for their students to the extent they claim they do, you’d think they’d consider modifying the curriculum (like more time on the essentials and less time on social matters) to improve their students’ lot.

…that we still adhere to the tenet that “ignorance of the law is no excuse,” when it’s impossible for any one person to ever have knowledge of all laws, or even the entire tax code. Seems like the size of the legal code and tax code should be limited to what a single person can apprehend.

…that when universities started coed dorms, and conservatives said, “Trouble brewing,” that liberals were outraged to find that sexual assaults were a problem. Same deal for the military. Of course, it didn’t help that the definition of “sexual assault” was expanded to include less severe offenses.

…that having “racism” redefined to mean prejudice by people in power (whites) over disenfranchised people (people of color), there is no longer a word for prejudice of people of color against white people.

You can add your own in the comments.



1. vaitguy - March 16, 2023

The number one tenet of GQ when I was a deck-ape was, “Don’t be a casualty, then you can’t help save the ship!” That’s completely assbackward in the woke culture of the commie left. Next it will be Party Officers. It’s how we beat CCP right?

2. Bunk Strutts - March 23, 2023

Your point about reparations is a good one. I already revile those who promote a false history of slavery, especially as it applies to the US and Europe in general.

These so-called “reparations” have nothing to do with slavery.

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