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There are 27 posts tagged: "snowflake"
- 21 June 2022
I guess it's all a matter of perspective.(more…)
- Tweet in space
- 26 April 2022
After a period of broad speculation, Elon Musk will buy Twitter for a cool $44bn. The announcement has some of the Twitterati weeping into their soy lattes, if not actually soiling themselves.(more…)
- 11 January 2022
Protesters on the French overseas territory of St Pierre and Miquelon have attacked their MP, by pelting him with seaweed. Stéphane Claireaux took his ordeal stoically.(more…)
- 6 January 2022
Laughter is the best medicine, or so we're told. And a prescribed comedy course could be a new way to help people recover from trauma. The sessions will be free for participants, although presumably not for the UK taxpayer; they get their joy from their tax bill.(more…)
- 25 November 2021
Terra Field, one of Netflix's employee activists who took umbrage at Dave Chapelle's The Closer, has resigned from the company. We know this, because she quietly announced it to Twitter, along with her resignation letter.(more…)
- Saving lives: one fat, brown, gay kiss at a time
- 27 October 2021
According to hyperbolic tosspots at the premiere of Eternals, the representation of fat, non-white, and gay superheroes is affirming and will save lives.(more…)
- The Closer
- 20 October 2021
Today's the day for which Netflix employees, supported by bargain-basement(more…)
celebritieswho I've never heard of, had threatened a walkout in protest against Dave Chappelle's special, The Closer. I had intended to watch it earlier, but postponed it until today to mark this non-event.
- Too damned precious!
- 20 October 2021
Baldwin Cottage is a residence for women and(more…)
transgendered personsattending Oberlin College and Conservatory, Ohio. The college recently upgraded the heating system in the residence, by installing new radiators. This triggered one of the resident twinks, Peter Fray-Witzer, because the work was conducted by real, biologically-relevant men. The sort of people who install and maintain heating systems.
- Funny, not funny
- 16 October 2021
Outrage has erupted over Dave Chappelle's latest Netflix special, The Closer, as he took aim at the alphabet soupers—particularly the(more…)
T—and the preferred pronoun poseurs. Verily, the dudgeon, it was high; and the salt, it flowed freely and in abundance. You cannot make fun of the trans, it seems.
- Bombs or blacklisting
- 30 August 2021
As someone who doesn't read comics, even I'm aware of Frank Miller. If only through his works that made it to the silver screen: 300; Sin City, and it's sequel, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For; and The Spirit. Although the less said about the last one, the better.(more…)
- Overreacting much?
- 15 July 2021
Apparently, whities are appropriating black TikTok performers' dance moves without giving the original creators credit. That's pretty bad behaviour; after all, credit where credit's due. But, there's always one poor lamb who either has to fall back on hyperbole, or simply doesn't understand the true meaning of the words that they're using.(more…)
- Moaning Muslim
- 11 June 2021
British actor Riz Ahmed wants an end to(more…)
toxicMuslim characters…on screen.
- The transsporting life
- 3 May 2021
In the same interview in which he announced his surgical(more…)
diminution, Elliot Page objected to bans on transgender girls playing in girls' sports.
- 3 May 2021
Those of us who scoffed at Elliot Page's commitment to joining the patriarchy, are laughing on the other side of our faces now. He's only gone and had a titectomy! Although, in true Page style, it's accompanied by a public announcement, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey. I'm assuming that Apple TV+ counts as(more…)
- Able was I
- 6 April 2021
Sara Nović, writing on behalf of BBC Equality Matters, admonishes you on The harmful ableist language you unknowingly use. You heartless bastard!(more…)
- Tree Story
- 23 March 2021
We are reminded, or informed, for those of us who were blissfully unaware until now, that Keiynan Lonsdale—an actor best known as someone that I'd never heard of before—self-identifies as a tree…FFS, even my sense of humour isn't so perverse as to make this shit up! Lonsdale unironically prefers(more…)
tree/treeselfpronouns, rather than
he/him. And the male population breathes a hearty sigh of relief.
- Rock star
- 8 March 2021
According to Leox Gyasi's entry in the Star Wars Databank:(more…)
romantic and sexual encounters are not imperativeto him, as he
identifies as asexual. Nice and non-threatening then; so, not that IC1 male after all. I wonder whether he has any knackers, or if they were removed when he stepped through LucasFilm's hallowed portal?
- Rock bottom
- 8 March 2021
I thought that the first of April had come early this year, as Star Wars: The High Republic introduced its main characters in an amateur-hour animation. Leox Gyasi, who looks suspiciously IC1 male to be completely(more…)
on messageat LucasFilm, is
the eccentric pilot of a vessel, known simply as the Vessel…navigated by Geode, who appears to be a rock. The rising
you gotta be shittin' me!tone sounded like the narrator didn't quite believe what she was saying. I'll give her kudos for not laughing though.
- The name game
- 15 January 2021
Mithering on behalf of BBC Worklife, Zulekha Nathoo explains(more…)
Why getting a name right matters. If you can't be bothered to read the whole article, you're not alone. It's just another whinge about mispronunciation of names, and how it's your fault if you struggle with someone's name.
- Gone(ish), but not forgotten
- 9 December 2020
Deadnamingis the practice of referring to a transgender person by the name that they used before they transitioned, even if that's only a
trans-liteconversion. So Elliot Page's deadname is Ellen. Using the deadname is considered bad etiquette among the coddled minorities, as is using the wrong pronouns. And the twinks on social media, who have nothing constructive to do with their lives, take it very seriously.
- Take it! Like a man!
- 2 December 2020
Kneon (Thom Pratt) at Clownfish TV covered the Ellen/Elliot Page non-story, and received some comments that are predictably similar to my own thoughts. My favourites are copied below, simply for convenience…and some additional commentary.(more…)
- Just a regular guy
- 2 December 2020
In what appears to be a desperate attempt to stay relevant in the public consciousness, Ellen Page has(more…)
come out. Again. Strewth, is she ever in for more than five minutes?
- The complexity of superheroism
- 30 July 2020
Way back in the mists of time, we considered the philosophy and psychology of superheroes and superheroism.(more…)
- Fear the frost
- 24 June 2020
Being the wrong side of 50, I am somewhat behind the curve, not that I was ever ahead of it at the best of times. I'm aware of(more…)
woke, snowflakes, pandering, and SJW, but only today did I discover that Marvel plan to reboot their superhero team, New Warriors, with their first
non-binary* character. The character is also black and wears blue. His/her/its/their name? None other than…ummm…Snowflake.
- Fringe syndrome
- 19 August 2019
The results are in, and Tim Vine hasn't won the Dave award for best joke at the Edinburgh Fringe. In fact, he didn't make the top ten shortlist. Was he even there?(more…)
- At least they bend their gender
- 2 March 2019
Former women's swimming Olympic silver medallist, Sharron Davies, has(more…)
come out; in support, that is, of Martina Navratilova's position that transgender athletes are
cheating. Needless to say, the snowflakes are all a'dither, whining that:
- Hubris: how gay!
- 9 November 2012
In a perhaps unguarded moment during a light-hearted radio interview, New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key referred to a presenter wearing a(more…)
gay red top. This outraged some who construed it as a slur against the homosexual community. Key later defended himself, stating that he used the word
weirdrather than as a deliberate offence; although the Oxford Dictionary only notes its use in this manner to mean
foolish, stupid, or unimpressive.