Friday, April 15, 2016

"Just look at the top-grossing films of 2015. At least half of them have come under attack by social justice warriors at some point."

Entertainment Industry Says 'No More' to Social Justice Warriors: "Jurassic World was attacked by Joss Whedon for its “70s-era sexism.” It’s currently the most successful film of 2015. And then Joss Whedon himself was attacked for emphasising a female character’s infertility in Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s currently the third most successful film of 2015. Kenneth Branagh was attacked for not making his remake of Cinderella more modern and feminist-friendly. It’s currently the fifth most successful film of 2015. Fifty Shades of Grey was attacked by domestic violence activists and BDSM activists alike. It’s currently the fourth most successful film of 2015. Kingsman: The Secret Service was slammed by The Guardian as “contemptuous of women,” employing working-class stereotypes, and making a climate change activist into the bad guy. It’s currently the ninth most successful film of 2015. Even the Pixar animated family film Inside Out was accused of body-shaming by portraying a character that is the personification of sadness as “a grouchy fat lady.” It’s currently the seventh most successful film of 2015."

Milo Yiannopoulos: Breitbart’s star provocateur, Gamergater, and Trump champion, explained - Vox: ""What they really don't want, what they're terrified of — because they can't fight it with facts — is libertarian and conservative points of view," Yiannopoulos says in a recent interview with Dave Rubin. He continues, revealingly: [They want] freedom from ever being challenged on anything, that freedom from ever having to encounter something with which you might disagree, or something that might make you uncomfortable, something that might ridicule you — [that's] the definition of freedom that has taken hold on the left in America today. And it is poisonous."

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