I know we’re all used to a good old fashioned Tumblr bombing, so I thought we could extend our liberal invasion skills to Twitter. #Liberalismin4words is trending right now, with such gems as “Sloth. Wrath. Envy. Pride.” “What’s yours is mine” and “We use bath salts.” Here are some suggestions to get you started — tweet your own and tag it with #STFUC and I’ll post some of my faves!
#liberalismin4words mercy, generosity, equality, non-assholery
#liberalismin4words No war, no poor
#liberalismin4words Equal rights, equal pay
We could also start trending #conservativesin4words. “Fuck the poor, yo!” “Racism isn’t real LALALALLALLA” “Stand Your Ground rocks”
If trans* people tell you something you’ve done is transphobic -
If people of color tell you something you’ve done is racist -
If women tell you something you’ve done is sexist -
If queer people tell you something you’ve done is homophobic -
If disabled people tell you something you’ve done is ableist -
If any oppressed group tells you that something you’ve done is oppressive -
- then you fucking. Don’t. Do. It. Again.
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An intelligent person does not need the promise of heaven to see the merit of good deeds.
- One candidate read books, shot hoops, & smoked reef.
- One candidate hacked off the hair of a kid he thought was gay and bullied a blind teacher.
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It’s not that you don’t agree, it’s that you don’t understand. You think you’ve got the world figured out like the back of your hand but you don’t and you won’t, and you never will so sit back and relax and take a chill pill, will you please stop acting like our lifestyles affect you do you think the world revolves around you niggerscrackersfaggotsdykes, we all have feelings too, anti-semiteshomophobesracistssexists, it’s all the same it’s still rude so get a grip and wash all this hate away make it stay away let the world know it’s okay if you’re blacktransjewisharab, a woman or gay, whatever way you wash the hate away that’s okay because the world needs to get a clue.
I’ve been doing a lot of spoken word recently to help get me through some issues I’ve been having with myself and with the world in general. Obviously spoken word is meant to be spoken and not read considering some people write theirs in blobby paragraphs like I did, but when I get an idea I have to write it down as fast as possible. So, here you go.
It really bothers me how somewhere along the line, one person decided that different was bad, or something undesired.
I have people come up to me time after time and tell me they don’t agree with my choice to be trans (I’m a female-to-male. FtM, transmale, etc.). They then usually proceed to tell me to explain to them exactly what I even mean by calling myself that, and it’s a hard thing to explain to people when they want to know exactly what you mean. They always leave just as confused about the topic as when they asked in the first place, and they leave like this: A shrug of the shoulders, a frown, and a muttered “Well, I still don’t agree.”
But here’s the thing: learn the difference between not understanding something and not agreeing with something. It’s OKAY to not understand things. There’s going to be so much in life that you don’t understand, but it’s going to still be there. It’s okay to agree with things you don’t understand.
Hell, I don’t understand why anyone would want to look at a penis, suck on a penis, have a penis in their vagina, or have one up their butt, or ANYTHING having to do with a penis, but you know what? I still agree with heterosexual relationships and relationships between two gay men. I’m okay with it. I am okay with something that I don’t understand.
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