How often has Bigotry ever made sense

Too me, it never has made any sense, and that’s what makes bigotry so incredibly frustrating. It never makes any logical or common sense, let alone “scientific”.

Take people against BLM, as a starting point. How one of their big points is that black on black crimes outnumbers officer on black person crime. Here’s my issue with that…One…Well…duh, there’s more black on black crime. There are more black people than there are officers. And don’t the officers know it! My other issue is that, officers purposely murdering people should be a big fat…

Raz Degan Isola 12 GIF by Isola dei Famosi - Find & Share on GIPHY

Sure there are always accidents, sure there will always be that one officer who thinks they’re a God. There should have never BEEN a George Floyd, there should have never been a Breoanna Taylor.

You know what I’m getting at it?

Police should be held at just as high of a standard as Doctors. They are there to serve and protect, not murder!

Then you have the TERFs who call themselves “Feminists” A lot of their “points” is that they don’t want women to be reduced to just their reproductive and sexual organs. Then when asked to define what a woman is then, all they all talk about is what makes a “real” women are their reproductive and sexual organs.

You JUST said…

The Californians Reaction GIF - Find & Share on GIPHY

Apparently Diane here, is trans…because if you’re not cis…lol…I thought they were all about science.

This is the kind of dumb, I’m talking about. If you’re not cis, than you’re trans. As again, cis and trans are not specific men or women pronouns. Call them, if you will, human pronouns.


Why TERFS are common and have no sense

I really cannot stand TERFS, for one very big reason. You don’t need to be a Scientist to understand that trans is a REAL thing, a REAL feeling.

Feeling that you are trapped in the wrong body, is a real as being gay, having anxiety, having a learning disability, having dwarism, as real as anything on the outside, knowing you are in the right body, a real as having feelings. (As one TERF’s bio said “being a woman isn’t about feelings…Yes, it bloody well is).

With every kind of different type of person and animal on this earth, is it really such a stretch. That at some point during a fetuses development, that they’re given a body, but feel completely different in their mind? Is it REALLY that hard to understand?

You’ve got a great personality, kiddo

12. A personality trait you really like

*I’m just going to let you all know that this post is going to make me sound incredibly “up myself”

I guess in myself I have, which surprises me a lot, is “common sense” and I didn’t know what a great personality treat this is, until nearly everybody I know signed onto Facebook. One of the great things about having common sense is great at being able to lie back and have others make themselves look like a fool. They just don’t “get it”. A good example of this is when people say “Ban Sharia Law”…Because it’s already banned, you can’t ban what’s already banned…Unless you can double banned something?

It can be frustrating to get this and to watch others who clearly don’t have it. However, having this trait makes me feel incredibly lucky for what I do have. A lot of people who don’t seem to have it, just seem angry. They waste a lot of time fighting things that are just not important and aren’t even happening, rather than things that are happening. I honestly believe it is because they just don’t have common sense, so everything little thing is just “wrong” too them. Take the “banning sharia law” Why are you wasting so much time fighting somethings that’s just banned already? Why aren’t you fighting for things that are banned as well but shouldn’t be, like equality for gay marriage in Australia.

So, I guess it’s a personality trait that I like in myself and like in others well.

Share Your World…March Wk 3 2017

Share Your World

Share Your World …. March 20, 2017

How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are? 

This such an interesting question. Mainly because how often do we all feel like we are not who we are? Sometimes and in some situations, I feel older than my age. Then other situations I feel about 5 (Beauty and the Beast coming out, being one of those moments). A lot of people think that I’m about in my early 20’s. I think this is too do with just my laidback type nature. Being happy makes me seem younger I suppose. So I would have to say if I didn’t know me, I’d probably think I was in my early 20s as well.

So, you’re on your way out and it’s raining. Do you know where your umbrella is or do you frantically search for it all over your apartment/house?

I know where one of my umbrellas is and it’s kind of cool. My mum gave my brother and I each for Christmas. That might sound like a weird gift, but the umbrellas are a bit different. There not as easily ripped, it’s hard to describe them without seeing them, but they are good quality umbrellas.

Do you recharge your energy by going out with friends for a good time or by spending with quiet time alone?

Time alone…Time alone always…I have been waiting for nearly months now to have an entire night to myself. It’s interesting, I don’t work full time, but I go to work all the time and haven’t had just a week off…From everything. I feel like I need that.

Name three things you and your spouse, partner or best friend  to have in common.

  • We can be together in silence, but still together.
  • We have a similar sense of humour, we know when to not take to each other too seriously.
  • We are both terrible procrastinators.

When does something become unproductive?

*long post incoming*

I’m not even sure how to approach this without offending someone, but it’s kind of the point of this post…Sort of? Let me get to the point. 2016 has definitely brought into my life terms I had never honestly heard of before and I respect them and what they are supposed to stand for. It’s not okay to make fun or mock a cultural. BLM needs to be something we all stand with. You don’t blame the victims of anything, rape, domestic violence, you just don’t do it. There are just things, in my mind, that make sense.

I have noticed a trend though, where some terms like ignorant, which is probably the one I’ve noticed is just thrown around, when you don’t agree with someone. Rather than that person actually be ingorant. Or people on Instagram, for a good example, how they take an image and instead of reading anything, they make a judgement call and they’re usually wrong. I follow Calista the pit-bull. She is a rescue dog, probably the cutest pit-bull you will ever see. Full of love…See her profile here: …

You may notice she has no ear flaps. This is usually because the dog fighters want the dogs to look more fierce. Even though Calista’s current owners are not the dog fighters, and have an explanation of Calista and what happened to her in the info and nearly every single picture mentions what happened to Calista. They still get death threats and called animals abusers.

Or the comment where someone said “Even if one person is offended by something, you shouldn’t trigger them” How does that even work, it’s just not practical. What if the thing they’re offended by is actually “offensive”. I was recently called ignorant because I would not say that Nefertiti was out in the sun all day building the pyramids with the slaves. Just to prove a point, that we don’t even know if it’s the truth or not. All because someone dressed like Nefertiti and she looked extremely similiar to the well-known bust of the Queen. Some call it a “fake bust” because they think she didn’t look like that, even though we don’t actually know. Her body has never been found, although earlier this year, they think they’ve found her, but haven’t yet found her. So we STILL don’t know, people were getting nasty about it.

Or those women who constantly have to jump all over the topic of violence towards men, just to say “It happens more to women”. So what? We should just ignore it? Honestly, I don’t care if you’re a man or a women, if you’re hurting a child, I really don’t care what your gender is.

My point in this is that people just throwing words around, just because someone doesn’t agree with them, or these knee-jerk reactions. Distracts from the topic and the causes that we should be discussing. Most of the time, I would even say 90% of the time when these things happens. I’ve noticed that people tend to take more of their time fighting about these insignificant things, rather than discussing the topic, or even bothering  to find out more and that’s the problem I have with it.

People think they’re opinions are fact, and that’s it.

For example, you might have heard of the show called “The Block”, there was an uproar when one of the contestants did the black streaks across the cheeks, in jest, but usually represents war face-paint. On the same day a report came out about the shocking number of Indigenous Australian women and children that were being killed by their partners, at an alarming rate. Guess which one most people heard about and got upset about? As the tv show host said “It is dangerous, because you are literally taking the focus off of lives lost, for something in the grand scheme of things, is just not that important.”. THAT is what worries me too.

I feel like I have to say as well, I am NOT in anyway trying to demean or make violence against seem women seem less. To me though, trying make violence against men seem less is not okay either. If you’re hurting children, I really don’t care what your gender is.