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Texas Mass Shooting Killed 14 Students And 1 Teacher

Shooter was probably a mayo.

Edit: Was a latinx

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Hard proof Jews can be Nazi and very evil Nazis.

“ She was the daughter of Jewish parents “ she is not Jewish she was just born from Jewish parents there is big different.

“ She was the only Dutch woman to be executed for her wartime activities.”

She is Dutch not Jewish 💅🏽

Humans evolved in a setting much closer to "hunter-gatherer" or "subsistence farmer" than "neoliberal hellscape". We were in communities where people worked together with extended kin daily for shared goals, with shared cultural ideals. We did not work silently, alone, and go home to an isolated atomic family or a one bedroom apartment. Boomers talk of a time where at the very least they cared for and were cared for by their company, and that kind of long-term, stable, reciprocal relationship worked pretty well for at least knowing your co-workers and their families, but as megacorps rose and pledged their devotion to shareholders over employees, that relationship is nearly extinct.

The only reason you come here and post is because you need to feel like you matter to someone and that someone matters to you. You need a community with shared goals and shared cultural values, and we are your tribe. It's just that our goals are as vapid as "laugh at the internet crazies". If you had a tribe, if relationships hadn't been measured and commodified and sold to shareholders, you could have done something more productive than reheat twitter shitposts for dramacoins. A lot of people blame helicopter parenting, or "everybody gets a trophy", or tumblr memes for the fact that the kids these days can't function in society without going to HR. Maybe they're right, but Ivy-educated rich kids whining to HR isn't even scratching the surface of the brokenness, as everyone here knows. JUST BY BEING ON THIS SITE READING THIS RIGHT NOW, you're outing yourself as just as dysfunctional and attention-seeking as the blue-haired xir that you seethepost about: You crave dramacoins because they represent reciprocal social value to the only watered-down gruel of community you can find. It's just that your cries for help are in a different language.

The solution, as always, is to seize the means of production and live in a commune. Science says so.

@NlGGER have weird body symptoms and @NlGGER think I’m dying lol

Been feeling these weird zap feelings and my body twitches. @NlGGER noticed it after a 3 day car ride. This person here is what describes it best (screen shot attached). This has led too lots of health anxiety which has caused @NlGGER too n word post and seem unhinged. trans lives matter.

If @NlGGER disappear one day is because the brain tumor got @NlGGER or @NlGGER succumbed too ALS. Anyways this isn’t drama and the only reason I’m posting is in case someone else has dealt with symptoms like these. @NlGGER plan too go too the doctor in like a week.



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The comic opens Ricky Gervais: SuperNature, which was released on Netflix on Tuesday (24 May), with a 15-minute-long segment about trans people and “cancel culture”.

“The worst thing you can say today is:’ Women don’t have penises’, right?” Gervais says in the special. “Now, no one saw that coming … We didn’t think we f**king had to.”

Just as he did with his 2018 Netflix special Humanity, Gervais uses SuperNature to hit back at critics who have slammed him for his over-reliance on cheap jokes about trans people by cracking more cheap jokes about trans people.

From AIDS to gender-affirming healthcare, Gervais “jokes” at the LGBTQ+ community’s expense throughout the show.

“Women,” he says, “I mean, the old-fashioned ones. The old-fashioned women. Oh God! You know, the ones with wombs. Those f**king dinosaurs.”

There are many reasons why a cis woman might not have a womb. About one in 5,000 women are born without a uterus because of a condition known as Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser, others have them removed for various medical reasons.

But Gervais is more concerned with trans women.

“No, I love the new women. They’re great, aren’t they?” he says. “The new ones we’ve been seeing lately. The ones with beards and c**ks. They’re as good as gold, I love them.”.

Ricky Gervais spends Netflix special tearing into ‘trendy’ trans people

After turning his attention to trans women’s access to public toilets – “What if he rapes me? What if she rapes you? You f**king TERF whore” – Gervais began attacking so-called cancel culture.

Using Kevin Hart as an example, Gervais claims the “dominant mob” decide who can be “cancelled” and that people can no longer “joke” about “identity politics”.

Hart was due to host the Academy Awards in 2019 until his historic homophobic tweets resurfaced. He initially refused to apologise but did so after being pressured to step down.

Despite claiming he’s no longer allowed to punch down, Gervais spends much of the special punching down at trans people.

“Ironically” struggling to name “female comedians” during the opening jokes, Gervais names Eddie Izzard to laughs from the audience.

“She’s brilliant, isn’t she?” Gervais says. “She’s not only a great comedienne, she’s also a great actress, isn’t she?

“She was brilliant in that thing as that man.”

Wondering what life would be if he were a teenager in these “woke times”, Gervais, of course, says he would “self-ID” as trans because he is “trendy”. He also cracks jokes about gender-affirming healthcare.

“I’d have a big f***y,” he says, adding: “I’d be a real woman … I’d be a little lesbian fella called Vicky Gervais.

“I’d probably be a butch lesbian ’cause of all the testosterone till then.”

It’s far from the firs time Gervais has resorted to relying on anti-trans “jokes” for his comedy.

In 2016 he was criticised for taking shots at Caitlyn Jenner while hosting the Golden Globes. Two years later, in his first Netflix special, he spent 15 minutes rehashing the controversy while deadnaming multiple times Jenner.

In SuperNature, Gervais claims that his comedic style is to “pretend” such gags are his views.

“OK, full disclosure, in real life, of course, I support trans rights,” Gervais says.

“I support all human rights and trans rights are human rights. Live your best life. Use your preferred pronoun.”

Trans viewers – if any – would find this hard to believe as seconds later Gervais adds: “But meet me halfway, ladies. Lose the c**k. That’s all I’m saying.”

(changelog) Added current users count to the sidebar

So the actual jannies are lazy fucks and it falls to me to make this announcement: @Aevann did a thing, so now you can see how many other autists are online in the sidebar.

I guess it updates like every 15 minutes or something. I'm not sure if it's a snapshot of every 15 minutes or if it's actually a time machine that glimpses how many NEETs are online 15 minutes from now. I would not doubt the 2nd option given @Aevann's programming skills.

Oh, also Carp wanted me to mention this came about because one antisemitic janny wanted to block a (((user))) or something. I'm reporting Carp to the ADL immedietly after hitting send BTW.

Please speculate wildly in the comments which janny you think is the bigot.


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known nazi alt right Salvador Ramos

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November 4th 2016 was “the worst night of my life” :marseywholesome:

Here she is


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In the wake of the massacre in Buffalo, we have all, naturally, tried to understand what could have caused someone to commit such a horrific act of violence. This young white man linked his motivations to fears about demographic and cultural changes in the U.S., dynamics that he believed were resulting in the replacement of “the white race.”

The shooting has spurred a national discussion about the mainstreaming of these concerns, often summarized under the term “replacement theory.” Most of the attention has been given to the demographic component of this theory, while the cultural aspects have been overlooked.

But the fear of cultural replacement has an unambiguous lineage that gives it specific content. At the center of the “great replacement” logic, there is—and has always been—a desperate desire to preserve some version of western European Christendom. Far too many contemporary analysts, and even the Department of Justice, have not seen clearly that the prize being protected is not just the racial composition of the country but the dominance of a racial and religious identity. If we fail to grasp the power of this ethno-religious appeal, we will misconstrue the nature of, and underestimate the power of, the threat before us.

In a 180-page racist screed, the Buffalo shooter wrote that he was particularly inspired by the man behind the 2019 massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which claimed 51 lives. The Christchurch shooter also left a manifesto entitled “The Great Replacement,” which talked at length about “the Muslim invasion of Europe.” So, the incident that most inspired the Buffalo shooter was a man of European descent murdering Muslims praying in mosques located in a city pointedly named “Christchurch.”

The Christchurch shooter in turn took particular inspiration from the ideology of a terrorist who killed nearly 100 people at a youth camp on Utøya island in Norway in 2011. The Utøya shooter also published a manifesto, which contains clear white Christian nationalist appeals throughout. He asked God to help him succeed in his mission to expel all Muslims from Europe, and he decried the way multiculturalism was deconstructing European culture and “European Christendom.” Toward the end of the document, he proclaimed, “Onward Christian soldiers! Celebrate us, the martyrs of the conservative revolution, for we will soon dine in the Kingdom of Heaven.”

In the U.S., this drive to preserve white Christian dominance undergirded the worldview of the Ku Klux Klan when it reemerged in the early part of the 20th century. We rightly remember the terrorism aimed at Black Americans, but the KKK was also explicitly anti-Jewish and anti-Catholic; it existed to protect the dominance of a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant America.

In 1960, in my home state of Mississippi, Governor Ross Barnett regularly blended his Christian identity with talk about the threat of “white genocide.” Off the campaign trail, Barnett also served as head of the large men’s Sunday school program at the most influential church in the state, First Baptist Church. After his successful segregationist campaign, FBC blessed him with a consecration service and a gift of a pulpit Bible in recognition of his protection of their white and Christian supremacist worldview.

Why are we seeing the rise in white supremacist violence over the last decade? In short, in the U.S. context, the election, and re-election, of our first Black President coincided with the sea change of no longer being a majority white Christian nation (as I noted in my book The End of White Christian America, white Christians went from 54% to 47% in that period, down to 44% today). These twin shocks to centuries of white Christian dominance set the stage for Donald Trump.

Trump’s “Make American Great Again” formula—the stoking of anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, and anti-Black sentiment while making nativist appeals to the Christian right—contains all the tropes of the old replacement theory. The nostalgic appeal of “again” harkens back to a 1950s America, when white Christian churches were full and white Christians comprised a supermajority of the U.S. population; a period when we added “under God” to the pledge of allegiance and “In God We Trust” to our currency.

These fears about the “great replacement” are not fringe among conservative subgroups today, according to recent data from PRRI. While only 29% of Americans agree, for example, that “Immigrants are invading our country and replacing our cultural and ethnic background,” that number rises to dangerous levels among a range of groups comprising the conservative base in U.S. politics: 67% among those who say they most trust Fox News; 65% among QAnon believers; 60% among Republicans; 50% among white evangelical Protestants, and 43% among white American without a college degree.

Moreover, among white Americans, there is high (two-thirds) overlap between beliefs in Christian nationalism and replacement theory. And both views are associated with higher support for political violence among whites:

  • White Americans who agree that “God intended America to be a promised land for European Christians” are four times as likely as those who disagree with that statement to believe that “true American patriots may have to resort to violence in order to save our country” (43% vs. 10%).

  • White Americans who believe that “Immigrants are invading our country and replacing our cultural and ethnic background” are nearly six times as likely as those who disagree with that statement to believe that “true American patriots may have to resort to violence in order to save our country” (45% vs. 8%).

The Department of Homeland Security has declared that white supremacists “remain the most persistent and lethal threat in the homeland.” President Joe Biden, importantly, became the first U.S. President to use the words “white supremacy” in his inaugural address; and in the wake of the massacre in Buffalo last weekend, he called white supremacy a “poison…running through our body politic.” But while each identified white supremacy and dangerous “ideologies,” there is no acknowledgment of the documented ways right-wing Christianity has nourished these views.

There is a troubling religious double standard in the U.S.—one which threatens our safety and our democracy. If these same kinds of appeals and violent actions were being made and committed by Muslims, for example, most white Americans would be demanding actions to eradicate a domestic threat from “radical Islamic terrorism,” a term we heard relentlessly during the Trump era. But because Christianity is the dominant religion in this country, its role in supporting domestic terrorism has been literally unspeakable.

The clear historical record, and contemporary attitudinal data, merit an urgent discussion of white Christian nationalism as a serious and growing threat to our democracy. if we are to understand the danger in which we find ourselves today, we will have to be able to use the words white Christian nationalism and domestic terrorism in the same sentence.

ItalianX valid real man :marseytransflag2: gives an AMA. transmisic cockroaches :chudsey: appear, thankfully :marseyjanny2: clean it up


What do you think about the controversy surrounding the participation of MtF women in women's sports?

They are understandable.

Biologically speaking, female MtF athletes may have micro-advantages in terms of performance and equal training and muscle development compared to their cisgender peers.

It might instead be interesting to make sports entirely open to transgender or intersex athletes, but I find this quite utopian.

OP internalized transphobia is showing :marseypearlclutch::marseypearlclutch:

Do you consider that if a person doesn't want to have any kind of romantic relationship with a person who has transitioned, be it MtF or Ftm, to be transphobic?

I slip right into the category and I'm not ashamed of it, I have mental limits I can't overcome and I'm fine with that, I don't think I'm discriminating against trans people or people who have transitioned but I couldn't imagine being more than friends.


This post is sitting at 20 upvotes. I would reported it to AEO but unfortunately AEO does not process yet reports in ItalianX even though I've reported this issue many times to Reddit Inc.

Do you consider that if a person does not want to have any kind of romantic relationship with a person who has transitioned, be it MtF or Ftm, it is transphobic?

if post-transition yes



Well, biology is obviously a fact and physical advantages are to be measured scientifically and if they are objective deriving from the sex of birth as everything suggests, then the reasoning you make is sharable and not discriminatory at all. To be honest, it may be that I am used to the American language, but saying "man" to refer to biological sex is a bit strange, given that it is a term more associated with the transitional gender beyond the biological discourse. At least I understood it that way the part that could be misread ahah

So, the Americans as much as they bring innovations on the hollyweird etc. side of technology. They have the IQ of a clothesline in the balcony. Because for everything it is victim blaming, discrimination etc. Etc. Like the amber heard case, I've been following it since day one and these still haven't given the sentence to Heard that there is evidence upon evidence upon evidence that she is guilty. But beyond that, this lgbtq ultra turbo champion edition thing is starting to get out of hand. Nothing against them let's be clear, but I would say it's not a fair way to express equality with all the demonstrations and Zan's bill. Equality is simply treating each other normally and with respect without making such antics because we are all human beings free to live and love, and there is no need to take to the streets to protest every time there is an incident of homophobia etc. There are lawsuits for slander, discrimination and more if we want to be equal people, otherwise make more laws like Zan's bill as if they were endangered animals


Ah yes well the American online progressive environment is crazy I'm not saying anyone should be offended by reading what you wrote. But in my opinion it is also a matter of habits in using certain terms more specifically than others that can create misunderstandings when you use umbrella terms in certain issues instead.

As I have become accustomed to, following the various civil rights and lgbt discussions, using the word 'man' or 'woman' to refer to biological sex is something I personally don't do anymore because if you say for example 'trans men are still women...', in an online dialogue, your words are not the same. in an online dialogue, your statement is not distinguished from discriminatory ones, so if in your speech you say "trans men still have biologically female bodies..." it is clearer and more correct what you are saying in short, plus you help normalise the terms man and woman to refer also to transgender people without distinction from cis.

:#chudsey: Thankfully this chud was banned. IT IS NOT CRAZY TO BE A DECENT HUMAN BEING.

Why is it not legitimate to have a preference for natural vaginas over artificial ones? I honestly wouldn't be mad that my partner's vagina was a hole created by a doctor that needs constant dilation.

:#marseysnoo::#marseysnoo: BLATANT SURGEONMISIA SITTING AT 30 UPVOTES.

Eh well, if they are offended they are the ones who want to be referred to as 'special' beings. Anyway, even if you call yourself a woman by orientation, physically you are still a man and vice versa. This has always existed for ages and only now has this issue exploded because the Americans have opened their mouths to let the flies in

Nice strawman, chud. Thankfully /u/MyPendrive and xis anti-hate colleagues clean it up.

Let me add a question: does it not seem to you that the emphasis on the term 'cisgender' (as well as the emphasis on the term 'neurotypical' much used by Aspergers) is a kind of intellectual imposture? In the sense: in order not to feel labelled as a member of a small minority, I make up a term to be attributed to the large majority so as to avoid the risk of someone calling those who are part of that large majority 'normal' (instead of 'cis' or 'neurotypical') (which would offend me as it would imply that I am not part of normality).


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It’s likely fallen because lazy Americans can’t get a handle on common sense, like eschewing misinformation, and putting things in a global perspective, first and foremost. Know when you have it better than most of the world, and be thankful.

The media is biased against democrats.

Why doesn’t she believe the science? She’s not a doctor.

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  • LoggedOutNoEmail: Watch rightoids blame covid/trans/onlineClass/bardfinn every1 except themselves

Lets see if this goes anywhere...

So if Russia was attacking Alaska, the USA would have to give Alaska to Russia as not "to make things worse" ?

No because the American military is 200x more powerful than the Ukrainian one

I don’t understand this position. If Russia gains territory by failing at an invasion, what is to prevent them from pulling this stunt in 5 to 10 years and gain more territory?

Absolutely disagree.

Putin will only understand one thing - utter defeat.

He's already proven he won't abide by any agreements. The key will be having the conflict cost him personally.

Every freedom loving army should be in Ukraine defending democracy regardless of the cost so that no would be dictator would ever dare again

Kissinger, a refugee from fascism, would happily consign millions to fascism, to salve the ego of another aging autocrat.

Kissinger: Fight until the US can get “peace with honor,” even if it means killing 3 million Vietnamese

Also Kissinger: Gotta let Vlad off the hook, give him whatever he wants, this is EUROPE we’re talking about

(Kissinger who’s BFFs with Putin)

Lizard men back at it again
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Tamar Reisman, an endocrinologist at Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery, spoke to about the process, and she said the regimen that the Reddit user took is 'pretty common' and completely safe.

'You can absolutely take progesterone while breastfeeding, that is done so frequently,' she explained.

'Any cis person who has just had a baby and wants birth control and is breast feeding - which is a huge number of people - ends up on a progestin birth control. It's safely used in lactating women.

'Domperidone is not FDA approved in the United States but not because it poses a risk in breastfeeding - domperidone is commonly used as a galactagogue around the world for increasing milk volume.

'The reason it's not FDA approved in the United States is because there was a case or two of patients using it [with an] IV and having heart rhythm abnormalities.

'But that's when it was given through IV, and that was the risk for the patient, that's not the issue when it comes to breast milk.

'Again, it's very commonly used in many countries around the world as a galactagogue.

'Domperidone is very commonly used in other countries for GI issues, in Canada you can get it for nausea, vomiting, all kinds of stomach issues.

'W e have a pretty good idea of its profile, only really minute concentrations of it gets into the breastmilk. We know the implications of that.'

The American Academy of Pediatrics lists progesterone as 'compatible' with breastfeeding, suggesting that it should be safe to nurse while on progesterone. reported, 'A very small amount of the domperidone you take can pass into your breast milk, but there is no record of harmful side effects in the baby from the mother taking domperidone.'

When it comes to the Fenugreek and Blessed Thistle, Doctor Reisman said these are often used by women who are having trouble producing milk and pose no risk to the baby.

'Those are herbs which are also galactagogues. Those are very, very, very common supplements that breast feeding women use as galactagogues,' she explained.

'I know many, many, many women - cisgender women - take that as a means of increasing breast milk volume.' reported that the 'composition of milk produced by inducing lactation is comparable to that produced following birth.'

'The milk does not contain dangerous levels of artificial hormones - in fact, it very rarely contains any artificial hormones at all,' it added.

'In most cases, the only artificial hormones that are taken are estrogen and/or progesterone before there is milk production.

'Progesterone and estrogen levels are high during pregnancy and taking these hormones artificially may help to make the body think it is pregnant.'


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Imagine the bridezilla tantrums :marseylaugh::marseylaugh::marseylaugh: