Black Live Matters Toronto Shuts Down Pride Parade
Or, intersectionality in a nutshell. Members of the Black Lives Matter Toronto group halted the Toronto Pride today in a ‘surprise’ protest and would not allow the parade to continue until Pride Toronto executive director Mathieu Chantelois signed a document agreeing to the group’s demands.
The list of demands included a commitment to increase representation among Pride Toronto staff, and to prioritize the hiring of black transgender women and indigenous people and that there will not be any police floats at next year’s parade and the organization will hold a public town hall with groups such as Black Lives Matter Toronto within six months.
Just look at this blatant discrimination. Two officers for the white gay and only one for the black? Disgusting.
Black Lives Matter had been invited to partake in the pride parade as honoured guests. In an interview with CBC, BLM Toronto co-founder Alexandra Williams claimed they were not taking anything away from pride with this action.
“We are not taking any space away from any folks. When we talk about homophobia, transphobia, we go through that too … It should be a cohesive unit, not one against the other. Anti-blackness needs to be addressed and they can be addressed at the same time, in the same spaces,” she said.
Fist we had the Mizzou incident, then the mural incident, and now this. It’s like I’ve always said, intersectionality is a tool for taking the spotlight off of one group and making it all about your agenda. Feminists may have pioneered the technique, but Black Lives Matter are proving to be quick studies.
On a side note, the nation’s Prime Cuck, Justin Trudeau also made a show of being the first PM to attend the parade. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Interns Fired En Mass For Dress Code Petition
An online advice column letter submitted to Alice Green has been making the rounds this week. It seems a young intern, in his last year of undergraduate school, was fired from his internship along with several other interns for attempting to organize a resistance to the dress code by passing around a petition.
“I noticed one of the workers always wore flat shoes that were made from a fabric other than leather, or running shoes, even though both of these things were contrary to the dress code.
I spoke with my manager about being allowed some leeway under the dress code and was told this was not possible, despite the other person being allowed to do it. I soon found out that many of the other interns felt the same way, and the ones who asked their managers about it were told the same thing as me.”
You can tell this dweeb never had a real job before, because the concept of paying dues is clearly foreign to him. The guy who gets to wear runners has maybe earned the privilege by being with the company for years and making himself a valued member of the team, while you, on the other hand, you whiny twerp, are as disposable as used tampons at a biological waste management and disposal facility. Oh, I’m sorry, did you think going to college was the part where you were paying your dues? Hahaha. Ha. Ha. Welcome to the real world, sonny boy.
Management did not take kindly to the petition. The interns who signed it were called into a meeting and fired en masse. It turned out the worker who had been excused from following the dress code was a veteran who had lost his leg and was permitted to wear whatever footwear was most comfortable.
The proposal was written professionally like examples I have learned about in school, and our arguments were thought out and well-reasoned. We weren’t even given a chance to discuss it.
I have never had a job before (I’ve always focused on school) and I was hoping to gain some experience before I graduate next year. I feel my dismissal was unfair and would like to ask them to reconsider but I’m not sure the best way to go about it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I can give you all the advice you need in two words. Grovel, bitch.
UC Berkeley Student Columnist Maggie Lam is Fucking White Boys and Calling Out The White Devil
In a recent article posted to The Daily Californian, student paper of UC Berkeley, Maggie Lam talked about hooking up with ‘fuckboy’ Sam, a guy who was drunk and protesting the encounter because he “felt bad” due to the fact he was cheating on…Maggie’s housemate, but Maggie replies that she “doesn’t care” and continues hooking up, she even talks about a cycle of him growing hesitant again and her talking him back into it.
Sound familiar? You’ve probably heard about encounters like this being talked about in the context of rape culture, that is, when the genders are reversed. Maggie’s sense of female privilege and entitlement really shows, as this little SJW is able to coerce and pressure a drunk student into a sexual encounter (not that there’s anything wrong with that) and simultaneously talk about how she’s the one being objectified due to, you guessed it, racism and white supremacy.
When society has made the white person the ultimate pursuit, it teaches non-white women to be OK with feeling inferior, to be OK with being submissive and to be OK with being treated like shit.
Until white boys prove to me they’re worth more than a faded fuck, I refuse to take these fuckboys seriously anymore.
By the way, have you ever noticed how these so called ‘don’t call me slut’ sex-positive feminists love to refer to guys as fuckboys?
In our rather casual conversation, we marveled at how his fuckboy reputation didn’t seem to match his quiet, passive demeanor. Although we were both warned by our friends that he had a history of being shitty to girls, we were, after all, cooperative and sex-positive housemates.
The whole article is sort of like a clinical insight into the messed up mind of a feminist. But it gets better, in her article before that, Maggie was even more over the top, referring to her housemate as a “white devil” who “smelled like a skinny white girl”.
“I don’t think a person of color house should exclude white people. It’s segregation,” continued Becky. Becky is my housemate at Andres Castro Arms, a co-op in the Berkeley Student Cooperative that is transitioning to become the newly themed “People of Color” house in fall 2016.
The two nodded at me but immediately returned to their white savior circle jerk, speaking for people of color as if they held some kind of magical potion to curing racism. I became aware that this situation was the crux of white privilege — being able to talk about racism without ever having to experience it.
Becky turned to me with her wide, eager eyes and excitedly suggested, “I think I want to be an ally to people of color. Wouldn’t it be cool to be that one white person in the POC house?”
It was then that I looked to the heavens and prayed, “Are you there God? It’s me, Maggie. Please, forgive this white person.”
AHahahahaha. Ok, hopefully I don’t need to point this out to you, my lovely readers, but this bitch literally just said these two white people aren’t going to ever experience racism, when it sounds like they are being kicked out of their fucking home because of the color of their skin. How braindead are these SJWs, truly?
School Calls Police On 9th Grader Who Mentions Brownies
A 9-year-old boy was questioned at his third grade class party at William P. Tatem Elementary School in Collingswood when he mentioned brownies. Another classmate responded that his words were “racist,” and school officials then called local police.
“There was a police officer with a gun in the holster talking to my son, saying, ‘Tell me what you said,’” mother Stacy dos Santos recalled. But her son told her that “they were talking about brownies,” she added. “Who exactly did he offend?”
Bud Light, a name that we all recognize as being synonymous with mediocrity, eg “Amy Schumer is the Bud Light of comedy”, put out an advertisement featuring Seth Rogan and Amy Schumer talking about the pay gap, and boy is it cringey. I kind of like Seth but man maybe it’s time to lay off the buddha. The video has received such scathing criticism online that within a couple days of being released the channel was forced to remove both the ability to comment as well as hiding the like/dislike ratio.
If the Ghostbusters trailer fiasco has taught us anything, it’s that maybe YouTube isn’t the place to come peddling your SJW nonsense. Some prominent YouTubers even took time out of their busy days to point out just how awful this ad is, like this video response from Chris Ray Gun, which at the time of this writing has about 10k likes to 100 dislikes, a pretty solid ratio. Maybe the people over at Bud Light should take some notes.