Video: What Real PTSD looks like (formerly known as shell shock)

It is not a simple Fight/Flight reaction, as the feminists and other assorted liars claim. Everybody gets those from time to time and we learn to deal with them effectively. They call it other terms to make it sound better clinically; panic attacks, anxiety and other things to cover for their own controlling habits. PTSD has nothing to do with other people, or a desire to control them. It does not refer to the simple spike of chemicals that produce fear or agitation. Those are normal, they are nothing special. It is a simply the outcome of an oversensitive disposition which requires MORE stimulation (e.g. flooding or exposure therapy) for their self-created phobia or neurosis, NOT less.

As the adrenaline and fear response has a time limit, theoretically a person will eventually have to calm down and realize that their phobia is unwarranted. Flooding can be done through the use of virtual reality and is fairly effective.

Help a feminist today. Trigger and mock them.

It is a complex nervous condition.
Pills don’t do a fucking thing.
It isn’t a verbally expressive condition, unless you count crying, wailing or mewling like a newborn. Screaming for your mother is a distinct possibility, among other regressions such as forgetting how to speak.

How SJW entryism works

As seen in the example at http://voxday.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/the-broad-spectrum-sjw-attack.html

1. Sniff out success.

2. Claim victim badge highest on Progressive Stack and bring it up instead of working.

3. Decry any who wish to keep politics out of their profession (aka professionalism), tell you to shut up and get to work or dare disagree.

4. Cry to the nearest authority figure to get them fired, use flowerly language about how your feewings were hurt.

5. Threaten to go to the press with how ‘violent’ you feel their individual opinion is, imply to their boss that you will slander them and get a black mark against the whole company for refusing their direct orders of tyranny, get your screwed-up friends to form an online cyberbullying gang to spread some libel online.

6. Collect prizes of rush as you control people like a Little Hitler or cry and add the embellished, distorted version to your rota of personal anecdotes of Oppression Olympics.

The Great White Witch Hunt

http://takimag.com/article/the_flight_from_white_steve_sailer/print#axzz3dN16kC66

It’s become a farce to the apathetic observer at this point.

Omg so sad lemme tweet dat hashtagn cos I care

Compassion fatigue has well and truly set in against the self-proclaimed victims who want press attention, money and revenge. Essentially, we are seeing an historic inversion where the normal people become the hunted.

As for the cause of autogynephilia, it’s simple: porn addiction. I would bet good money most, if not all of the transsexual/transgender/whatever lot, fell down the rabbithole and ended up with a fetish for he/she porn. Prove me wrong with a study, you go prove me wrong. I know what the data would say.

stop don't come back sarcasm no please go leave wonka

I haven’t seen this anecdotal evidence ever fail me in those cases. Also, tranny “helplines” have a known verbal abuse problem, with some men in question using it like a sex line. Did you know that? Explain that.
Eventually we’ll end up giving them head transplants or something. #wrongbody #two-spirit

The world’s first Victimocracy

http://www.thumotic.com/victimocracy/

It’s like a job title or exemption card.

ugh why no please stop god kill me now rdj tony stark
A real victim wouldn’t proudly announce it.

The solution of course is to starve the Beast practically, and stifle it socially with criticism.

Equality weakens the strong, it’s the rationale for Tall Poppy Syndrome, it cannot elevate the lowly, only pull others down to the lowest COMMON denominator. The path to equality is destruction.

When they say protect the weak, apply an Orwellian filter, they mean, attack the strong.
Have a heart – have no brain.
Believe in our utopia – dreams are real.

Crucially;
Power is evil – give it to us.

I would ask you to recall that Death is the great equalizer.

Madness as Moral Metaphor

http://www.henrydampier.com/2015/04/unhappy-mad-soft-moderns/

…What Thomas Szasz uncovered was that mental illnesses are better understood as metaphors for moral illness than as conventional illnesses like cancer and appendicitis. As progressives change the moral structure of society, the quasi-scientific notions of what is healthy and what is ill must also change….

That link includes this;

Properly speaking, contends Szasz, insanity is not a disease with origins to be excavated, but a behavior with meanings to be decoded. Social existence is a rule-governed game-playing ritual in which the mad person bends the rules and exploits the loopholes. Since the mad person is engaged in social performances that obey certain expectations so as to defy others, the pertinent questions are not about the origins, but about the conventions, of insanity.

That’s a very nurture-based way of looking at it, the PC lot should be delighted. Alas, that allots them responsibility for their actions, and the refutes the rationale behind claiming mental illness – absolving personal responsibility, the way others used to do with sins.

This idea washes with what I’ve witnessed.

Back to HD;

…It’s easy to blame the birth control pill for your own sexual incontinence, but much harder to confess your own willful sins. The fat man is more likely to blame Nabisco for making Oreo creme cookies so delicious rather than to look into his own gluttony, sloth, and intemperance. …

We have children in the bodies of adults. All the rights, none of the responsibility. It’s called extended adolescence, and better thought of as a form of Peter Pan Syndrome. [women ‘suffer’ it too]

There is a lot of sweeping under the rug. Promiscuity is still a sign of psychopathy. Homosexuality is often accompanied with a low impulse control, a resultant inability to be monogamous and multiple fetishes, which grow worse and more extreme over time. Everyone knows by now the HIV and suicide rates among transsexuals.

We seem to ignore our own common law. The age of criminal responsibility is none at all. If they come up with a good excuse, like a child to a teacher, they can be let off. Naturally, they hide behind the medical model, and play victim. What else can they do, change? I blame the Nanny State for part of this. It infantilises adults for the sake of their health. The problem has multiple prongs.

In a biological sense, these people are either human, with responsibility for themselves, or inhuman, and undeserving of their rights accordingly. Dangerous line of thought? Perhaps. Tell that to the prefrontal cortex studies detailing the impulse control and rational decision making that living in a civilized society demands.

Laurie Penny pretends to be a nerd to seem sympathetic to geeks

In full, cos I’m not giving her pageviews; Note: Sorry about the formatting. Not my problem.

A nerd wouldn’t use logical fallacies the way she does.
A nerd would know the difference between themselves and a geek.
A nerd isn’t a person who just got decent grades at school.

A few people have forwarded me MIT professor Scott Aaronson’s post about nerd trauma and male privilege (link here) It’s part of a larger discussion about sexism in STEM subjects, and its essence is simple. Aaronson’s position on feminism is supportive, but he can’t get entirely behind it because of his experiences growing up, which he details with painful honesty. He describes how mathematics was an escape, for him, from the misery of growing up in a culture of toxic masculinity and extreme isolation – a misery which drove him to depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. The key quote is this:

“Much as I try to understand other people’s perspectives, the first reference to my ‘male privilege’ — my privilege! — is approximately where I get off the train, because it’s so alien to my actual lived experience . . . I suspect the thought that being a nerdy male might not make me ‘privileged’ — that it might even have put me into one of society’s least privileged classes — is completely alien to your way of seeing things. I spent my formative years — basically, from the age of 12 until my mid-20s — feeling not ‘entitled’, not ‘privileged’, but terrified.”

His experience is relevant too.

I know them feels, Scott.

Oh here we go….

As a child and a teenager, I was shy, and nerdy, and had crippling anxiety. I was very clever [if you have to say you were…] and desperate for a boyfriend or, failing that, a fuck. [still desperate for attention] I would have done anything for one of the boys I fancied to see me not as a sad little boffin freak but as a desirable creature, just for a second. I hated myself and had suicidal thoughts. I was extremely lonely, and felt ugly and unloveable. Eventually I developed severe anorexia and nearly died.

Mental health issues have nothing to do with being a geek or a nerd. That doesn’t logically support your point.
This explains all the hair dye and long sleeves.

Like Aaronson, I was terrified of making my desires known- to anyone. I was not aware of any of my (substantial) privilege for one second – I was in hell, for goodness’ sake, and 14 to boot. Unlike Aaronson, I was also female, so when I tried to pull myself out of that hell into a life of the mind, I found sexism standing in my way. I am still punished every day by men who believe that I do not deserve my work as a writer and scholar. Some escape it’s turned out to be.

I’m not a man and I find it laughable you call yourself a scholar. Logical fallacies abound. No intellectual honesty. You’re more of a scribbler than a writer, making no coherent point but going on anyway.

I do not intend for a moment to minimise Aaronson’s suffering. [really] Having been a lonely, anxious, horny young person who hated herself and was bullied I can categorically say that it is an awful place to be.

Yeah, you’re not a writer. Writers have linguistic flexibility.

I have seen responses to nerd anti-feminism along the lines of “being bullied at school doesn’t make you oppressed”.

Those people are correct. And your oh-so logical rebuttal?

Maybe it’s not a vector of oppression in the same way, but it’s not nothing. It burns. It takes a long time to heal.

Not really. If you haven’t put school issues to bed within 6 months of leaving, you likely have some form of mental health problem, including holding onto it as an excuse for present failings. That isn’t a normal response.

Feminism, however, is not to blame for making life hell for “shy, nerdy men”. Patriarchy is to blame for that. [who make up most bullies? which sex?] It is a real shame that Aaronson picked up Andrea Dworkin rather than any of the many feminist theorists and writers who manage to combine raw rage with refusal to resort to sexual shame as an instructive tool. Weaponised shame – male, female or other – has no place in any feminism I subscribe to. Ironically, Aronson actually writes a lot like Dworkin – he writes from pain felt and relived and wrenched from the intimate core of himself, and because of that his writing is powerfully honest, but also flawed. The thing is that the after effects of trauma tend to hang around long after the stimulus is past.

Wait, was that a claim to PTSD?
Sounded like a claim to PTSD.

And this, for me, is the root and tragedy both of nerd entitlement and the disaster of heterosexuality.

laughing rdj crack up
It’s a fucking tragedy! It’s right up there with Black Death! Straight people are a natural disaster!

What fascinates me about Aaronson’s piece, in which there was such raw, honest suffering, was that there was not one mention of women in any respect [because he isn’t one?] other than how they might relieve him from his pain by taking pity, or educating him differently. And Aaronson is not a misogynist. Aaronson is obviously a compassionate, well-meaning and highly intelligent man – I don’t doubt that I’ll meet him someday, as he’s a mentor to several people I respect and lives in the city I live in, and when that happens, I’ll tell him I think so.

Then why a whole article slagging him off?

Nonetheless, he makes a sudden leap, and it’s a leap that comes right from the gut, from an honest place of trauma and post-rationalisation,

I don’t think she knows what that term means. Is this why The Guardian sacked her?

from that teenage misery to a universal story of why nerdy men are in fact among the least privileged men out there,

That bullying thing you feminists go on about? Happens to nerds worst of all at school. Real nerds.

and why holding those men to account for the lack of representation of women in STEM areas – in the most important fields both of human development and social mobility right now, the places where power is being created and cemented right now – is somehow unfair.

STEM isn’t a place of power. Its position is on the knees, begging for grants. And there isn’t a shortage, quite the opposite. “We find no evidence of a general shortage of STEM workers.” Great non-research there, Ms Writer.

Nerds are not like the ‘neanderthals’, the REAL abusers of women. They should get a break.

Beta males are keeping the whole feminism barge running.

I have a profound political belief that we all deserve a break. Take one now, for five seconds, because this is going to get heavier. Breathe. Are you done?

Ok, let’s do this.

These are curious times. Gender and privilege and power and technology are changing and changing each other. We’ve also had a major and specific reversal of social fortunes in the past 30 years. Two generations of boys who grew up at the lower end of the violent hierarchy of toxic masculinity – the losers, the nerds, the ones who were afraid of being creeps – have reached adulthood and found the polarity reversed. Suddenly they’re the ones with the power and the social status. Science is a way that shy, nerdy men pull themselves out of the horror of their teenage years. That is true. That is so.

Here here!

But shy, nerdy women have to try to pull themselves out of that same horror into a world that hates, fears and resents them because they are women,

Wait, you’re pulling the They Aren’t Annoyed By Me Like A Mosquito, They’re Intimidated Line?

and to a certain otherwise very intelligent sub-set of nerdy men, the category “woman” is defined primarily as “person who might or might not deny me sex, love and affection”.

If they’re straight, yes. What’s wrong with wanting to be loved? You seem desperate for it.

(And you ask me, where were those girls when you were growing up? And I answer: we were terrified, just like you, and ashamed, just like you, and waiting for someone to take pity on our lonely abject pubescence, hungry to be touched. But you did not see us there. We were told repeatedly, we ugly, shy nerdy girls, that we were not even worthy of the category “woman”.

http://kingsandqueensreturn.com/an-open-letter-to-feminists-pushing-in-on-fandom-fun/
Fuck you, interloper.

It wasn’t just that we were too shy to approach anyone, although we were; it was that we knew if we did we’d be called crazy. [what] And if we actually got the sex we craved? (because some boys who were too proud to be seen with us in public were happy to fuck us in private and brag about it later)

Nerds aren’t slutty, Laurie. That’s just you. And you aren’t a nerd or you wouldn’t be a feminist. How can someone who denies evolutionary biology claim to love science?

. . . then we would be sluts, even more pitiable and abject. Aaronson was taught to fear being a creep and an objectifier if he asked; I was taught to fear being a whore or a loser if I answered, never mind asked myself. Sex isn’t an achievement for a young girl. It’s something we’re supposed to embody so other people can consume us, and if we fail at that, what are we even for?)

Freudian oral fixation references are NOT scientific, Laurie…..

The notion that there are lots of horny teenage girls out there who are unable for all sorts of reasons to get laid [self-respect?] remains a genuine surprise to many of my most intelligent male friends, but trust me, we were out there. We’re still out there, and if one of you is reading this, honey, you are a worthwhile person, and it gets better. Or at least, you get stronger.

School is the easiest time of your life. It doesn’t get better, why do you think people reminisce about the Greatest Days of Our Lives? If you think school is hard, life is beat you down. Regular, comfortable life.
Glorifying in previous pain isn’t a strength, rumination is a weakness feminists enjoy bathing in. Look at what a victim I am, love me! We’re all looking, and we pity.
http://kingsandqueensreturn.com/why-sjws-are-afraid-of-the-gamergate-spotlight-2/

Hi there, shy, nerdy boys. Your suffering was and is real. [then STFU speaking for them?] I really fucking hope that it got better, or at least is getting better, [oooh, it’s about money] At the same time, I want you to understand that that very real suffering does not cancel out male privilege, or make it somehow alright. Privilege doesn’t mean you don’t suffer, which, I know, totally blows. [remove the double negative, you twit]

I weep for my generation, truly I do. Then I pour myself a nice drink and laugh

Women generally don’t get to think of men as less than human, [unless you’re a feminist – cheap shot] not because we’re inherently better people, not because our magical feminine energy [what] makes us more empathetic, but because patriarchy doesn’t let us.

We’re really not allowed to just not consider men’s feelings, or to suppose for an instant that a man’s main or only relevance to us might be his prospects as a sexual partner.

[*scans previous lines on sex, frowns, re-reads, shakes head*]

That’s just not the way this culture expects us to think about men. Men get to be whole people at all times.

Possibly the most sexist thing I have ever read. Women are whole people. Unless they have a conjoined twin or something, in which case they’re more than whole.

Women get to be objects, or symbols, or alluring aliens whose responses you have to game to “get” what you want.

Like you wanting to be gamed in earlier paragraphs?

This is why Silicon Valley Sexism. This is why Pick Up Artists. This is why Rape Culture.

incredible shit bridget jones

Scott, imagine what it’s like to have all the problems you had and then putting up with structural misogyny on top of that. Or how about a triple whammy: you have to go through your entire school years again but this time you’re a lonely nerd who also faces sexism and racism. This is why Silicon Valley is fucked up. Because it’s built and run by some of the most privileged people in the world who are convinced that they are among the least. [meritocracy =/= privilege] People whose received trauma makes them disinclined to listen to pleas from people whose trauma was compounded by structural oppression. [was it compounded times infinity?] People who don’t want to hear that there is anyone more oppressed than them [like upper-middle class bourgie white women], who definitely don’t want to hear that maybe women and people of colour had to go through the hell of nerd puberty as well, because they haven’t recovered from their own appalling nerdolescence. [call the dictionary people] People who definitely don’t want to hear that, smart as they are, there might be basic things about society that they haven’t understood, [MERIT > identity] because they have been prevented from understanding by the very forces that caused them such pain as children. [feminist teaching complex]

Heterosexuality is fucked up right now because whilst we’ve taken steps towards respecting women as autonomous agents, we can’t quite let the old rules go. We have an expectation for, a craving for of a sexual freedom that our rhetoric, our rituals and our sexual socialisation have not prepared us for. [you assume all women have your masculine libido] And unfortunately for men, they have largely been socialised – yes, even the feminist-identified ones – to see women as less than fully human. [how can you believe this, HOW] Men, particularly nerdy men, are socialised to blame women – usually their peers and/or the women they find sexually desirable for the trauma and shame they experienced growing up. [no pretty sure it was the guys who flushed their heads down toilets] If only women had given them a chance, if only women had taken pity, if only done the one thing they had spent their own formative years been shamed and harassed and tormented into not doing. If only they had said yes, or made an approach.

Men don’t want women to act like men.
What part of this is tough to understand.
If they wanted to fuck someone who acted like a man, they’d fuck a man. They’d be gay.

This, incidentally, is why we’re not living in a sexual utopia of freedom and enthusiastic consent yet despite having had the technological capacity to create such a utopia for at least 60 years. Men are shamed for not having sex; women are shamed for having it. [nope] Men are punished and made to feel bad for their desires, made to resent and fear women for having denied them the sex they crave and the intimacy they’re not allowed to get elsewhere. [err still no] Meanwhile, women are punished and made to feel bad for their perfectly normal desires [fucking around like a man isn’t a normal female desire, unless you believe in the Game version of hypergamy] and taught to resist all advances, even Eventually, a significant minority of men learn that they can ‘get’ what they want by means of violence and manipulation, [do you mean socializing] and a significant minority of women give in, because violence and manipulation can be rather effective [are you calling women naturally thick]. (Note: accepting the advances of an awful man does not make these people bad women who are conspiring to ‘make life hell for shy nerds’. I’ve heard that sort of thing come out of the mouths of my feminist-identified male nerd friends far too often.)

That’s how you sound to men.
Spoiled and wrong.

And so we arrive at an impasse: men must demand sex and women must refuse,

You agree with this?

except not too much because then we’re evil friendzoning bitches. The impasse continues until one or both parties grows up enough or plumps up the courage to state their desires honestly and openly, without pressure or resentment, respecting the consent and agency of one another.

I don’t think slutty men respect the ‘agency’ of slutty women very much, or they’d stick around as requested/begged.

This usually doesn’t happen. What usually happens instead is that people’s sexuality and self-esteem get twisted into resentment of the (usually opposite) gender; they start to see that gender as less than human,

does that go for both sexes?

particularly if they are men [dammit] and learn at every stage of their informal and formal education that women are just worth less, have always been less, are not as smart, not as good, not as humanly human as men. Aaronson goes on to comment that this “death-spiral” is a product of the times. I agree. “In a different social context — for example, that of my great-grandparents in the shtetl—I would have gotten married at an early age and been completely fine,” he writes. Scott, my great-grandparents also lived in a shtetl. I understand that you sometimes feel you might have been better adapted to that sort of life – when dating and marriage were organised to make things easy for clever young men. On the same Shtetl, however, I would have been married at a young age to a man who would have been the legal owner of my body, my property and the children I would have been expected to have;

That’s the entire point of marriage, it’s a legal contract where a woman signs over her fertility for male resources.
http://no-maam.blogspot.co.uk/2008/02/questionators-should-women-have-right.html
You could choose to abstain, but then you’d starve. Some choice.

I would never have been allowed to be a scholar. [I think it’s a generic lack of brainpower holding you back on that one] I would have worked in the fields as well as the home to support my husband in his more cerebral pursuits, [outright false] and with my small weedy nerdy frame, I would likely have died young from exhaustion or in childbirth. [because manual work doesn’t build muscle or anything]

There are a lot of young men out there – I suspect even now – who sometimes wish they’d been born when things were a bit easier, when the balance of male versus female sexual shame was tilted more sharply by the formal rituals of patriarchy, when men could just take or be assigned what they wanted, as long as they were also white and straight.

Class differences. Your 3rd wave lens is blinding you. Youngest sons? Pretty screwed.

There are a lot of older men out there who long for that real or imagined world more openly, and without any of Aaronson’s nuance and compassion. I would challenge men to analyse that longing, to see it for what it is. And then to resist it. You are smarter and better than that.

….

What can I say? This is a strange and difficult age, one of fast-paced change and misunderstandings. Nerd culture is changing, technology is changing, and our frameworks for gender and power are changing – for the better. [then why are you worried about Women Against Feminism?] And the backlash to that change is painful as good, smart people try to rationalise their own failure to be better, to be cleverer, to see the other side for the human beings they are. Finding out that you’re not the Rebel Alliance, you’re actually part of the Empire and have been all along, is painful.Believe me, I know.(Although I always saw myself as an Ewok).

They're so stupid it's a laughriot

We bring our broken hearts and blue balls to the table when we talk gender politics, especially if we are straight folks. Consent and the boundaries of consent – desire and what we’re allowed to speak of desire – we’re going to have to get better, braver and more honest, [public sex demos aren’t enough?] we’re going to have to undo decades of toxic socialisation and learn to speak to each other as human beings in double quick time.

You first.

And most of all, we’re going to have to make like Princess Elsa and let it go – all that resentment. All that rage and entitlement and hurt. Socialisation makes that process harder still for men. The road ahead will be long. I believe in you. I believe in all of us. Nerds are brilliant. We are great at learning stuff. We can do anything we put our minds to, although I suspect this thing, this refusing to let the trauma of nerdolescence create more violence, this will be hardest of all.

http://web.archive.org/web/20131206235242/http:/pps.sagepub.com/content/3/5/400.short

And on that note I shall return to what I was doing before I read this post, which was drinking sweet tea and weeping about how boys don’t seem to want to kiss short-haired lady nerds, and trying not to blame the whole world for my broken heart, which is becoming more complex and interesting in the healing but still stings like a boiling ball of papercuts. I’ll let you know how that goes.

You can change your appearance. I hear there’s an entire industry dedicated to that end.

http://pps.sagepub.com/content/7/5/504.abstract

Feminist Claudia Boleyn’s new video: You can’t be sad because starving children in Africa and cancer

She came back with another gem. It’s just. wow. such wow.

I am mostly posting quotes because Claudia has really twisted herself into an SJW pseudologic pretzel and I wanna record this, most of it isn’t worth the 2 brain cells needed for a full personal commentary rebuttal.

Claudia Boleyn: The most annoying thing that people can possibly say to you when you’re depressed, mentally ill, or otherwise just upset. (title card)

Yeah. Breaking a nail is equivalent to real suffering. Everything is personal.

Is that supposed to make me feel better?

Yes, it’s called a sense of proportion and perspective. Gratitude? Humility? I’ve lost you, haven’t I?

I didn’t realize that only one person in the world was entitled to compassion and love and attention due to negative circumstances at one time. Do I have to enter myself into a competition for this title? Since when did our misery [DS: MISERY!] have to be measured against other people’s misery and come out on top in order for it to be valid?

Wow. This is super-awkward. They have literally no idea what they look like to normal people huh?

Do these people [these terrible, terrible people] have some sort of mental hierarchy in their brains where they rank everyone from one to ten on the misery scale? [Metrics are oppressive social constructs] Do they know [those complete bastards] how silly and nonsensical they sound when they say this kind of thing to people?

No. No they do not.
On a serious note, you’re supposed to be inspired by another’s success and composure. Alien concept to the hate brigade of envy.

More than one person are allowed to be in pain at one time.

Yes, until the Government passes a law against it.

There is more than enough compassion and love [and medication] in this world to go around or so I hope.

Nod and back away from the crazies

I find this argument really disrespectful to people with cancer –

wait, you don’t have cancer. Your opinion is worthless. #NotYourShield

-because they’re going through a traumatic time themselves –

in your imagination….

-and you’re just deciding to use them –

and what are you doing right now? Right this second?

-to silence other people who are also, perhaps, going through something quite traumatic in their own lives.

She was born in England so as a fellow Englishwoman may I just apologise for her completely. Every cancer survivor I know is humble and would never feel ‘disrespected’ by a metaphor that acknowledges the enormity of their suffering and its toll on their loved ones too.

She is comparing herself to people with cancer – to win sympathy. And an argument. Has anyone told her Nigel Farage had cancer? The man she said this about (click for source) –

farageclaudiacancerbeingabitchHow disrespectful is that, Claudia? What love and compassion you demonstrate. The man also survived a plane crash, watch this video-

– and continue being a bitch while pretending to support cancer survivors. Or doesn’t it count if the victim is a man because Patriarchy.

And then there’s those slightly racist undertones going on with that starving children in Africa picture.

The truth is no excuse, apparently.

I mean yes, there are starving children in Africa. That is correct.

Omg, Claudia. Slightly racist. Hey, we already knew. This same girl who also said: “I cannot think of a single instance of racism against white people. … It’s like a weird victim complex going on.”

Africa isn’t actually a country.

Nobody said it was.

Africa is a huge and diverse continent –

Wow, you have an atlas you looked at once. Africa’s a lot bigger than the old maps suggest actually.

-full of lots of different, varied types of people in various situations.

You could’ve stopped at Africa is a continent.

Africa is not

oh no

no plz

some far-off monolith-

like a whole continent?

made up of pitiful brown people that we white people-

wait, hold up, you said in other videos and media you aren’t white, you’re mixed race. You don’t get to hop the race fence whenever you feel like it. Man, such a liar. Example:

mixedraceclaudiaagainwhythelies-can use in our disaster and white saviour porn.

But you’re using them right now. If you feel bad about X, you must feel bad about Y. Emotional blackmail.

What I’m saying is that your feelings and emotions are always valid and that’s because you’re feeling them.

You haven’t studied OCD cases, have you?
Therapists, qualified people, say just because you think something or feel something, doesn’t make it valid. For example, say a kid has an intrusive thought about axe-murdering his parents. It isn’t real and he doesn’t need to treat it as valid. To quote PsychCentral; “I think it is worth mentioning here that the intrusive thoughts of those suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder are often no different than the thoughts of so called “normal people.” But instead of just accepting their thoughts as “just thoughts” and letting them go, those suffering from OCD may attach too much validity to them, to the point of becoming distraught at the realization that they could even think such horrible things. This reaction can fuel the strong desire to avoid these thoughts at all costs.”
In a depressive context, validating every errant thought and feeling is one of the worst things you could do. It’s called rumination and it makes everything worse. *takes scholar beret off* Back to Claudia.

 

It doesn’t matter what triggers them off, if you’re feeling them, then they’re important.

How’s that approach working out for you, post-suicide attempt? Should you really be giving out advice when it works out terribly for you? Is that responsible?

Do not get wrapped in some person’s small-minded, ableist, patriarchal misery grading system.

Q: Who is more oppressed and miserable: a white woman, a mixed race woman, or a black woman? Are they equal or are they graded?

Silencing people –

in what context? Knowing when to keep your mouth shut is crucial to etiquette.

-and making them bottle up their feelings –

we have an NHS. You can see a therapist for the low low price of free.

-can only lead to misery –

stiff upper lip works y’know, not all of the time, but some of the time. #thistooshallpass

-and sometimes it does lead to death.

Everyone will die eventually. Life leads to death. You mean suicide. Does your belief system lead to suicide? Sure feels like it.

If more people felt comfortable talking about their feelings

#HeforShe was a bust

then less people would hit crisis point and there’d be much less suffering in the world.

Male victims outnumber female 4:1, MRA stat. Don’t mention it. Ever. You hate MRAs.

If we live in a society where people are going to be labelled as attention-seeking, selfish, manipulative or drama queens for expressing their true emotions then less and less people are gonna reach out for the help they need when they hit their breaking point.

There was no basis for that claim whatsoever. Or any of your claims, but that one in particular.
People are labelled for what they are. You can have a problem, but you can also handle it in a socially unacceptable way i.e. attention-seeking, like comparing yourself to cancer victims. *cough cough*

So ignore those emotion-policing bullies –

and we’ll continue to ignore you thought-policing bullies.

-and the next time they tell you you’re not allowed to express your sadness [around them, at that time, a request from politeness or a sense of appropriateness] because there are children starving in Africa or there are people dying of cancer [do NOT question yourself and ask whether they have a point, that would be the adult response] ask them exactly what they are doing to help said starving children [like paying taxes to foreign aid, you wouldn’t know about that, being a spoiled student most of your life] and people suffering from cancer [taxes, again, NHS funding, thank the rich] watch them mumble incoherently and get really embarrassed [bullying, you’re advocating bullying] and then cry all over them because clearly they hate the emotion [manipulative].

You have every right to feel bad sometimes [agreed] and you have every right to express that [no].

Claudia Boleyn, everybody. Using selective metaphorical cancer victims and Borderline personality manipulative bullying to win a row. Encouraging guilt-tripping others into unnecessary charity work as a lazy non-taxpayer living in rich London off family members. Here she is doing a baby impression #firstworldproblems;

claudia boleyn baby impression crying