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Another Special Transgender Snowflake Freaks Out About Stuff That Wouldn’t Bother a Normal Healthy Person

Posted by V the K at 3:25 pm - April 9, 2015.
Filed under: Transgender Issues

At the University of Oregon, a transgendered student is really, really upset because of some heteronormative microagression triggers and whining about them to the University Administration; which is how you become a left-wing hero or heroine or whatever.

Ducks F.I.R.S.T candidate Elle Mallon, who identifies as “trans femme” and started a “gender-inclusive” Greek organization, tried to get an entire slate removed from the ballot because one official “chose to misgender” the student.

April 3 – Mallon submits grievance against We Are Oregon for holding its kickoff event in a building with no gender-inclusive bathrooms.

April 5 – Mallon files a response accusing Allison of sexual harassment because she referred to Mallon as “Ms.” when Mallon identifies with the use of “Mx.”

April 8 – Mallon calls for the removal of all We Are Oregon candidates from the ballot.

Two of the places I went to college embarrassing me in the same week.  But there’s still today and tomorrow to hit the trifecta.

(Hat Tip: Weasel Zips)



Gay Patriot (and Friends) Versus Apple

Posted by V the K at 2:56 pm - April 9, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Conservatives (Homocons)

Tim Cook joined all the other progressive left poseurs in sanctimoniously denouncing Indiana’s Religious Freedom Protection law. At the time, some suggested some hypocrisy on the Apple CEO’s part because of his company’s active commercial presence in countries where the brutal oppression and even public execution of homosexuals is official government policy.

The owner of this blog… who generously allows this moron to post here… took the banner and ran with it.

Tim Cook says that, “Opposing discrimination takes courage,” and we agree.  We call on Mr. Cook to live up to our shared principles by pulling Apple out of Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Iran until they stop their official government policies of jailing and murdering gays and lesbians.

It takes N0 courage to “stand up to” bakers and florists who just don’t want to take part in gay weddings (although it gets you a lot of “trained seal applause” from other sanctimonious poseurs). Standing up to legitimately brutal regimes … that would be actual courage.

It Sucks to Have So Many Awesome Republican Candidates

Posted by V the K at 10:37 am - April 9, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election,Jeb Bush

Scott Walker is awesome and would make an awesome President.
Ted Cruz is awesome and would make an awesome President.
Rand Paul is awesome and would make an awesome President.

So, you know how this movie ends, right?

The Awesome vote is split three ways, and we get stuck with Jeb.

Amnesty-lovin’, Common Core lovin’, Big Government Lovin’, Domestic Spyin’ Lovin’, Hillary Clinton award-giver, scion of the Republican Establishment… Jeb Bush.

Take it, Morbo.


Activists Demand Catholic School Hire Gay Teacher

Posted by V the K at 8:39 am - April 9, 2015.
Filed under: War on Christians

Some people scoffed at Ben Shapiro when he said that gay activists would be targeting religious schools next. That was less than a week ago.

It didn’t take long

Students and alumni of a Catholic high school in Iowa held a rally on Wednesday afternoon to protest a decision by school officials not to hire a gay teacher.

The rally at Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines involved a walkout and a demonstration at which a handful of students and alumni spoke, reports The Des Moines Register.

There’s a simple solution to this. The gay dude, if he’s a good teacher, can find work someplace where his lifestyle isn’t an issue. And the school can hire someone who maybe isn’t as good a teacher, but who lives within the strictures of Catholic teaching. And everybody else minds their own damn business.

But that would deny a lot of LGBT’s and their progressive allies the opportunity to sanctimoniously posture, and to force their morals and values on people who don’t agree with them.

Rand Paul Wants to Clarify Democrat Position on Abortion

Posted by V the K at 8:27 am - April 9, 2015.
Filed under: Abortion, aborting gays,Media Bias

Presidential candidate Rand Paul was asked a question about what restriction he favors on abortion. He turned the question around on the Democrat Media Operative who asked it.

“Why don’t we ask the DNC: Is it okay to kill a seven-pound baby in the uterus? You go back and you ask Debbie Wasserman Schultz if she’s OK with killing a seven-pound baby that is not born yet. Ask her when life begins, and you ask Debbie when it’s okay to protect life. When you get an answer from Debbie, get back to me.”

Republicans are grilled about abortion constantly by the MFM; it’s the media arm of the DNC’s way of providing grist for the mills of other Democrat activists to generate attacks against them. It’s why Democrat Media Operative George Snuffleupagus asked an inane question about contraception at a Republican debate so that his other Democrat operatives could set up the narrative that Republicans want to “deny women access to contraception” (and tampons) that many, many stupid women fell for and so voted Democrat.

The Democrat Party’s official position on abortion, according to DNC Chairhead Debbie Wasserman-Schulz is “No restrictions at all.” “Period.”

This means abortion is legal right up to the moment the foetus exits the birth canal; passage through which magically changes an undifferentiated mass of cells into a human baby eligible for welfare, according to Democrats.

This means abortion is legal for sex-selection, for disposing of a baby who is at risk of turning gay, or for organ harvesting. All legal. No restrictions means no restrictions.

This means that Planned Parenthood’s policy of not reporting the adult rapists of underage girls to law enforcement.

It means taxpayer dollars pay for late term abortions, sex selection abortions, gay abortions, and all the rest of it.

But don’t expect the Democrat Media Operatives in the MFM to ever press their Political Counterparts on those facts.

Special Snowflake Is Unable to Cope with Any Minor Discomfort

Posted by V the K at 12:37 am - April 9, 2015.
Filed under: Academia

A student at Michigan State University claims that White Privilege is literally making him sick. Here he serves up his word salad of current college rhetoric, with a large helping of entitlement on the side.

Rashad Timmons says that microaggressions are causing him several medical afflictions. His letter was titled, “Intentional or not, microaggressions severely impact underrepresented members of society.”

According to Timmons, people who “are not privileged” are suffering greatly from the intentional and unintentional triggers that others are causing. “On a campus,” he writes, ” — and nation at large — in which whiteness, patriarchy, heteronormativity, cissexism, ableism and classism prevail, students that are not privileged by these constructs often have difficulty navigating hegemonic, oppressive environments.”

Translation: “Everyone must cater to me and ensure that I never encounter any difficulty at ever, and if I do, it’s white people’s fault and they should be collectively punished.”

It’s the same mentality of entitlement that leads leftists to proclaim that declining to bake a wedding cake is a crime against humanity.

Up the road in Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan was going to cancel a showing of American Sniper because it might have made some of their special snowflakes “feel unsafe.” But after being roundly ridiculed, they agreed to show the movie after all… in a special forum space, where grief counselors and big soft teddy bears will be available for anyone made uncomfortable by the magical moving pictures of light and sound.