Anonymous said: This tucute bullshit reminds me when it was trendy on Deviant Art to claim you were bisexual even if you really weren't. I wouldn't be surprised if it was mostly the same people who moved on to another aspect of the LGBT+ to turn into an accessory for their internet personas.

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Anonymous said: I actually saw a SJW complain about Marvel's making Loki bisexual, calling it 'oppression' because apparently making the villain bi automatically villianises all bisexuals. Like... you ask for representation and then just bitch about it when you do get it? What a crock of shit.

Right, thank you.

If we’re going to have representation, then that means we will have more gay villains. It means that there will be more villains who are members of represented minorities, and while we can’t accept genuine demonisation (they’re a villain on account of them being gay or black or what-have-you) of the attributes themselves, bitching about a villain being bisexual gets you nowhere.

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i have yet to see a feminist/sjw make a decent rebuttal against this argument. 

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nervouspunx said: it is not up to you to decide whether someone is trans enough. your bodies do not define your gender THEREFORE you don't need to experience dysphoria to be trans. if you're a boy then you have a boy body. if you're a girl then you have a girl body. if you're nonbinary then you have a nonbinary body. no matter what parts are on that body. why do you even care if some people online are a gender that u don't think exists. who cares. you are condescending trash.


every person on this earth has a biological sex. some peoples biological sex does not align with the gender that their mind is. those people are trans. they experience dysphoria or discomfort because their bodies do not match what their mind is.

anyone else saying that they are trans while they accept, present, or otherwise have no beef or make no effort to present as a different sex, is a fraud and should be ashamed of themselves for barging into a movement that does not belong to them. they should be ashamed of themselves for claiming to know more, or have more experience in the world of transitioning, which is often a very difficult and harrowing period in transgendered individuals lives. they should be ashamed of themselves for slinging around hateful ideologies and terms (“truscum”) and they should be ashamed of themselves for lampooning the transgender movement and turning it into the joke that it exists as today: a mismash of delusional teenagers going through puberty who want to feel special and important while similarly being oppressed and victimized so that they cannot be attacked or lectured on how stupid and wrong they’ve really got it.

how dare you ask “who cares” when its ignorant, entitled bratty teenagers like you who are quite literally over-stepping your stupid little boundaries and declaring authority where you have none. go to any LGBQT meeting and talk about how “oppressed” you are for DARING to exist as an aromantic bigender demiboy; talk about it in the face of the mtf who routinely has to escape being beaten by her father or the ftm who was correctively raped for trying to fit in where they don’t. then proceed to choke on your own indignity after you realize you lead the least oppressive life in the room and that your whole identity is just one trending slap in the face to everyone else in the room where their actual identities are a real source of contention in their lives and safety. you prick.

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The most dangerous phrase in the language is, “we’ve always done it this way.”

"Come on, let’s mix it up!" The heart surgeon says.

"B-but we’ve always done it this way!" The other replies, "this is how you replace a heart valve."

"That’s the most dangerous phrase in the human language!" The first surgeon replies haughtily as he inputs a fruit loop into the patient’s heart. "This will be his valve. He will be a fruit loop in a world of Cheerios."

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Codrington Library, All Souls College, Oxford England

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