I believe that hating someone for their race, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation is wrong.
For these beliefs, I’ve been called racist, sexist, transphobic, and homophobic.
Fuck Tumblr’s “It’s okay to hate the majority”…
Yes. The best way to combat racism/sexism/homophobia is to hate all white/male/straight people.
Now i get it!
Get out of my face, you daft prick.
Ad hominem attacks. Surprising.
You’re in my face
You seem like a bit of a whiny prick
You’ve brought nothing new to the conversation, what you brought was weak piss, you obviously know as little about the subject as the talking fucking hat
Please do tell me about how you’ve got the high ground on this?
"Please do tell me how you have the high ground on this"
Thats the difference between you and I. I do not seek a moral high ground.
Im not any better than you.
i know treating all straight/cis people as oppressors is counter-productive. It leads to a bullshit cycle of hate. You cant approach people like that if you really want to change the world. Why? Because you cant approach someone you just called a bigot and have any meaningful dialogue.
when you argue against a trans person that rallies for peace between trans and straight people, black and white. When you mock him. You become the bigot and as far as im concerned you are doing more to harm the social justice movement than most cis/straight/white people ever get to do.
Stop it. You’re not helping. Fucking stop it. Just stop.
But it’s a lot harder to get a job when you don’t apply.
I don’t know about you but all my friends constantly complain about not having a job, but they don’t apply regularly. It’s no good only putting an application into one shop every six months. You have to go into every shop/bar/restaurant and ask if you can hand in an application, and then you have to toddle on home and get on your laptop and apply to jobs online too. Constantly.
And I also don’t get why applying to jobs is “scary”. You apply and they’ll either contact you or they won’t. What’s so scary about it? It might make you a bit nervous, but it’s not frightening for God’s sake.
Getting a job can be about more than just the money. I used to be really shy and nervous around people but I found after working in retail for a while that I became a lot more relaxed and thicker skinned.