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Douchiness Knows No Gender

Posted by V the K at 3:21 pm - April 13, 2016.
Filed under: Gay PC Silliness

This columnist may be confused but hyx gender, but no one else can doubt what an obnoxious douche-canoe hyx is.

The year: 2005. The city: New York. The place: a nice restaurant — the kind with bathroom attendants who hand you a towel after you finish your business. I was having dinner with some LGBT colleagues when I excused myself and headed to the facilities — one labeled for men, the other for women, facing each other across a small hallway. Between them stood an employee, who looked me up and down and opened the men’s room door for me.

How polite? Hardly. Instead of thanking him, I explained how presumptuous he had been in deciding my bathroom preference for me. I tried in vain to explain how “gender identity” (the way individuals perceive themselves) is different from “biological sex” (generally indicated by a person’s genitalia, or sex assigned at birth).

Apparently, delivering lectures to working class people for being insufficiently PC is the very definition of Civility to the Gay Left.

To normal folks, it’s just obnoxious.

Seriously, any pretentious twit who sees an act of politeness as an opportunity to lecture on political correctness (thereby signaling their PC superiority) is a douchenozzle. Full stop.

If any social juicebox wanker asks me (as they are taught to ask) “What pronoun should I use for you?” My response will be, “How dare you! I refuse to let you objectify me and deny my humanity be reducing me to a pronoun in service of some political agenda. It’s degrading and dehumanizing and I refuse to participate.”

French Flight Attendants Not Crazy About Flying to Iran

Posted by V the K at 10:14 am - April 13, 2016.
Filed under: Gays in Other Lands

None of the corporations (PayPal, Pepsi, and so on) raising a stink about North Carolina’s bathroom law have any reservations about doing business in countries like Saudi Arabia where homosexuality is severely punished as a matter of law.  But a few Air France flight attendants aren’t happy about doing business with Obama’s best friends, the Iranians.

A steward from Air France has launched an online appeal against gay cabin members having to travel to Iran. It’s titled: “Gay stewards from Air France don’t want to fly to the death penalty in Iran”.

The letter points out that homosexuality in Iran is illegal and comes with a penalty of 74 lashes for a minor, while adults can be given the death penalty.

Death penalty for homosexuality? No big deal. Now, if they were denied wedding cake or forced to use the bathroom that corresponded to their physiology, that would be the worst injustice and suffering ever inflicted on any people anywhere at any time in history.

Unfortunately, the flight attendant’s union is all like, “Shut up, faggot, you’ll fly where we tell you.” Well, not literally, although apparently, it would be all right if they did.

State of the Nation

Posted by V the K at 8:21 am - April 13, 2016.
Filed under: Coalition of the Oppressed

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H/T: Townhall

H/T Bookworm via AoSHQ ONT

I eventually realized that the reason I was struggling was because my Leftist friends don’t have moral standards; instead, they have victim standards. This isn’t to say that they’re not good people.  It’s just that they don’t have a sense of abstract morality.  In its place is an up/down sense of victim status (something I’ve written about at length before, at American Thinker).  This viewpoint comes straight from Marx himself:

Freeman and slave, patrician and plebeian, lord and serf, guild-master and journeyman, in a word, oppressor and oppressed, stood in constant opposition to one another, carried on an uninterrupted, now hidden, now open fight, a fight that each time ended, either in a revolutionary re-constitution of society at large, or in the common ruin of the contending classes.

This Marxist view says that, if you ally yourself with the oppressed, you’re always in the right. You’re not necessarily moral, but you’re definitely taking the correct side in every debate.  That arc of history will eventually bend your way.  (Incidentally, isn’t there an Orwellian beauty to the fact that the Left acts oppressively and justifies its conduct by characterizing itself as the oppressed?)  This distinction, between the Judeo-Christian abstract morality and the Leftist habit of saying you’re right because you’ve designated yourself as one of the good guys, makes it very difficult for people committed to morality to argue with people committed to Leftism.