smellibear wrote:what stuff Cass you mean like women?
As long as men and women are not biologically identical, there won't be equality.
smellibear wrote:Well that sounds like a pretty cool workplace
smellibear wrote:I trust everyone is paid the same as determined by their level of skill too.
smellibear wrote:But does this mean you view social justice as only an effort to equalize workplace opportunities and that people of color and women don't face challenges outside of this progressive field in which you are employed?
smellibear wrote:And that if an issue does not directly affect you then you have no interest in it?
Cassiel wrote: What you say is not implied by what I said. Being from China or Israel or Iran or India probably puts a different spin on things, but you'd have to ask them why it's not an issue.
smellibear wrote:whether this or what was what you intended to imply should have little impact on answering the question I should think.
smellibear wrote:what I'm trying to suss out is what you (y'all) believe social justice and the social justice movement to be. you said it was not a concern of those people you worked with and I am wondering what you base that on
smellibear wrote:I'm also curious about the notion of poisoning of the well of a movement or a school of thought but first I have to figure out what my question would be
smellibear wrote:q may be false but I'm not sure it doesn't merit an a
smellibear wrote:nah what I assume is that as minorities they have certain experiences that privileged majorities don't really share and that social justice is an attempt to address those. also I know social justice is a western concept that historically has not allowed much if any room for non-academics, non-whites, non-westerners etc and their experiences. doesn't mean it doesn't exist right?
smellibear wrote:I dunno I guess I'm curious as to how serious you are like do you mean that if you're a douchebag then you're a piece of shit and if you're a piece of shit then your ideas are shit? Also what is your criteria for douchebaggery, cuz sometimes you've been pretty douchey and it definitely hasn't meant that you were wrong
I perceive SJW activists as culture terrorists. And that is their own fault, not mine.
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