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December 17, 2018

There Is No Limit To What Will Trigger A Social Justice Warrior - Toys, Songs, 'DDD' Software  & The Term 'Witch Hunt'  Have These People Raging


By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

It appears there is no end to what triggers a snowflake these days, as "gender stereotyped" toys, software terminology, and using the term "Witch Hunt" to refer to Robert Mueller's witch hunt against President Trump, has feminists and liberal social justice warriors melting down all across the Internet.

For Thanksgiving it was "A Charlie Brown's Thanksgiving" that offended, outraged and triggered liberals across the internet. During the month of December, already we have seen "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" labeled as "problematic," and the 1944 classic song "Baby It's Cold Outside" once again sparking controversy when radio stations banned the Academy Award winning Christmas favorite from the song line-up because someone complained about the content in the #MeToo era. After massive backlash and internal polling of their listeners, some stations backtracked and said they would play it again.)

Note- Before moving along, it is noteworthy that other radio stations, such as WAKY in Elizabethtown, KY., not only refused to buckle to the small minority of people complaining about the song lyrics, but actually decided to push back by holding a two-hour "Baby It's Cold Outside" marathon, playing five different versions of the song on a loop. The statement WAKY issued on their Facebook page made it clear they were pushing back, stating "BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE! We like it and we're not afraid to play it on WAKY for the next couple of hours!"

Kudos to WAKY!


In the Mark Dice video below, at the beginning he shows a complete meltdown by a screeching liberal who claims she isn't a feminist but a "human" being that hates sexism, then he goes back to more of her ranting and raving at approximately the 3:10 minute mark.  There truly is no way to adequately describe the level of lunacy in text alone, this is just something that has to be seen to be believed.

Wow, right? At first I thought it had to be parody, but apparently not, she truly is melting down over childrens toys, geared for girls and boys.

I started with this example because this is an issue that is not just being bitterly complained about by random video creators like the one you see above, but Michigan lawmakers have actually introduced a resolution opposing "girl toys" and "boy toys" at fast food restaurants.

Via PJ Media:

"Food establishments often offer a toy with their meals marked to young children, and in some cases the customer is asked if they prefer a 'girl toy' or a 'boy toy,'" the resolution states.

As if explaining this distinction to aliens from a different planet, the resolution continues, "Often, the designated 'boy toys' are action figures or building toys; typically, in primary colors, whereas 'girl toys' are often stuffed animals and are usually in a pastel color scheme."

Then comes the argument: "This is a significant issue as billions of these meals are sold every year and this practice can influence and limit children’s imaginations and interests by promoting some toys as only suitable for girls and others only for boys," the lawmakers worry.

This is all part of the liberal LGBT agenda push we have been seeing over the past decades, where schools are teaching "gender" courses, and terms like "gender fluidity," and "gender neutral," are being tossed around, without regard to the gender a child is born with. 



Over at Twitchy this morning, where utter craziness on Twitter is captured for entertainment, I saw a thread about a female social justice warrior that went absolutely bat-crap crazy because software called Domain Driven Design, is abbreviated to DDD, which in her mind, is offensive because DDD refers to a  "large bra measurement," and is often used in "dirty movie titles."

Again seeing is believe, but I am not about to put 23 separate tweets, which is how many she had in her second thread raging over this issue, after she deleted her first entire thread because people would not focus enough on her rage issue.  I will show a small sample, but readers can click on over to Twitchy to see the whole insane thread. She also had to make it a point to complain that people still use the word "craftsmanship," because..... errrrr.... well, I think because it has the word "man" in it.

She begins her second thread with "Last night I posted about the term “domain driven design,” frequently abbreviated “DDD” - which is a common large bra measurement in the US, & often part of dirty movie titles. I’ve deleted the thread. And replaced it with this one!"

She then not only continues complaining about the abbreviation, but also about the responses that she received in the first thread, which she deleted, but assures everyone that she saved screen shots, before rambling on later about other words and references that offends her, and somehow caused "harm," to her emotional stability and offended feelings.


Again that is just a small sample, Twitchy has the rest

For a writer this is hard to say, but I simply don't have enough words to address her points because I cannot wrap my head around how someone could rage that much over a software abbreviation.

All I can come up with is this woman needs to get a life if something so unimportant can cause her to go on not just one rant, but to then feel the need to delete that thread and spend yet another day ranting over it and the fact that others didn't seem to have a problem with what she was so outraged about.

Perhaps readers will have better luck in the comment section.


On December 17, the Daily Beast apparently thought it was newsworthy to dedicate an entire article to the self-described "witch community," being upset with President Trump for using the term "Witch hunt," when referring to the Robert Mueller investigation, where they begin their piece with "The witch community is tired of the president invoking the worst moment in their history to serve his political needs."

But to the actual community of witches, President Donald Trump’s constant invocation of a “witch hunt” is deeply problematic and, frankly, a bit hurtful.

“Many are mad, and the rest are rolling their eyes,” said David Salisbury, a lead organizer at Washington-based witch community Firefly House.

Witches are not a constituency with which politicians normally concern themselves. And there’s little sense in the community that Trump actually cares about what they truly think. But for those who practice witchcraft, the president’s words bring up a painful period in history, when men and women were accused of being witches and murdered, both in the American colonies and in Europe.

Actual witch hunts have left what witchcraft author Kitty Randall, who uses the name “Amber K.” in the witching world, calls a “traumatic emotional imprint” on modern-day witches.

“To have him compare his situation to the worst period in our history is just infuriating,” Randall said.

For the record, the article is not satire or parody, these so-called witches are apparently suffering some type of PTSD over something that happened before they were ever born, to people they didn't even know and were not related to.


Sometimes seeing is believing and when it comes to social justice warriors and the increasing frequency of them being triggered by things most of the population simply shrugs at, if we notice those things at all.  It is important to "be aware of how crazy some people have become, how unhinged more people are becoming, because one day, they may be right there in your face, in person.

It is also noteworthy that according to a study in 2017, it was found that constant outrage over events that do not personally affect the people raging about the issue, is "self-serving" outrage.

Perhaps the people discussed above should read about those studies over at Reason.

Language Warning on the video below. This SJW Parody regarding the "Baby It's Cold Outside" is so spot on as to how social justice warriors act, speak, and rage over everything.  He perfectly captured the entire social justice warrior movement when he states "The world's got enough problems and luckily I am here to find more problems instead of solving any of them."

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