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A few months ago 20th Century Fox Productions was advertising X Men Apocalypse. The following image was an ad for the billboard.
The image shows Apocalypse, a powerful villain, choking Mystique.
As we can expect of today’s politically correct leftist climate, feminists were offended.
Feminists found this image too “problematic” because:
MTV Decoded, a show for social justice sympathizers focused on Intersectional Feminism, hires Karim Metwali, who defended sexual slavery in Islam. Check out the video below for more.
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In the video below I have a productive conversation with Sophie Thomas about the Social Justice Warrior Trend and the recent disruption of Milo Yiannopolous in his event at Depaul University. Click for more!
In the video below I have a conversation with Sara who used to be in the social justice circles. Sara discusses her shifting world view and how it affected her emotional and social health. She definitely provides a lot of nuances from the Far-left worldview! Enjoy! Click for more!
A few years ago, my political views aligned very closely with the far left movements of today such as Black Lives Matter, and campus based socialist/marxist movements. I learned a great deal about intersectionality, post-structuralism, and how to critique the existing establishment.
For a few years, I perceived capitalism as an inherently corrupt economic system that was meant for the wealthy elite. This favoritism of wealthy elitism combined with a white male hetero privileged culture that stems from European colonialism was the root of all social issues. That was my point of view for the longest period of time. Click to keep on reading!