Slurs are derogatory terms weaponised by the oppressor to attack the oppressed. Not the other way around.
If you humiliate and discriminate others, I'm here to tell you I know your little secret: you think you're worthless, and you know you're too lazy to do anything about it.
Homophobes get offended when I compare their anti-LGBTQ bigotry to racism.
– Morning! How was your weekend?
– Morning! Well, we went do Poland to visit my boyfriend’s family and we...
– Oh, so you have a boyfriend? That’s ok. You know, I have gay friends.
– Erm... OK... So what? I have gay friends too. And straight friends... What’s your point?
I got into a nasty argument with a friend of mine, who was basically screaming at me for joining the “crowd of stupid, crazy people that get naked and have sex in the middle of the city”. Seriously.
Just FYI, I’ve never seen anyone publicly have sex during pride. Neither did he. He just doesn’t like pride celebrations, so he used every stupid argument he could think of to justify that.
His whole angry rant could be summed up like this: we shouldn’t celebrate, because there’s nothing to celebrate. Nothing, really?
I’ve recently stumbled upon an intriguing comment on Facebook, which I now, regrettably, cannot find again. But I’d like to respond anyway. It was about a guy called Milo Yiannopoulos and it said something along the lines of:
Haha, how come the greatest enemy of the left is a gay, jewish guy?
Well, here’s a really simple answer:
Don’t get me wrong – of course homophobia is a serious problem, and of course I constantly support the fight against any form of discrimination. But guys, please, stop seeing it everywhere!
The Chancellor of Germany has given an interview recently, where she managed to fit two sentences that totally contradict each other. What a shame for the Empress of Europe to lack in consistency so much...
Niemiecka Kanclerz udzieliła ostatnio wywiadu, w którym zdołały się znaleźć dwa totalnie sprzeczne zdania. Aż wstyd, że u Cesarzowej Europy takie braki w konsekwencji: