Posted on 25 March 2016.
There is a ‘text’ and a ‘subtext’ so ubiquitous now, I feel it would be very unhelpful to attribute it to any one person. I do not wish to blame any one individual, or any number of individuals; clearly, the problem is a very ‘deep’ and ‘structural’ one, rather than being a question of a few people holding a niche view.
The prevailing notion is:
Neurodiversity is great and should be celebrated; what a dull world it would be, if there were no neurodiversity.
OK. How about these ones: Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, Opinon/Editorial
Posted on 15 July 2015.
So, why was Jan Brewer displeased that Myanmar, Saudi Arabia and North Korea have recently banned ‘divisive and Eurocentric curricula?’
FFS! This is sheer anti-white hatred! Now, you may use whatever words you wish, young man!
… Oh wait, a girl? Is that the girl who is actually called Kim?
Oh, she’s a man? Did she get a…
Well, why doesn’t that surprise me! They’re not exactly a leading Christian nation, are they? Nothing would surprise me less! Read the full story
Posted in Education, Politics
Posted on 12 October 2014.
Surprisingly, it just so happens that crappy low-budget cable shows have given in to the perpetual “progressive pressure” that is self-indulgently and self-promotingly applied by a certain variety of limousine-liberal, ivory-tower benefactor known as a “diversity expert.”
Yes: the PC cause du jour of Big Disability, to wit, giving autistic/Asperger’s people “more representation” in the media, is one that Big Cable is pretty damn down with. Although obviously, letting us “special folks” speak for OURSELVES is quite clearly not on the menu. Have a look at what the following highly talented and benevolent television personality had to say… Read the full story
Posted in Television
Posted on 07 July 2012.
It happened recently, after a long day of free-speech-practicing, that I had occasion to give advice to a person much younger than myself regarding language. This young person, though potentially very bright, was experiencing some confusion over the ubiquity of certain charged words in the media.
It upset her that persons said to be well-educated were so tolerant of words and phrases she deemed offensive. Read the full story
Posted in Opinon/Editorial, Society