Posts Tagged ‘pop social justice’

More on “The Match Percentage Fallacy, or, the influence of rolequeerness on the Predator Alert Tool project”

thebrightobvious: idlnmclean: maymay: […prior discussion truncated…] It deconstructs reified institutions and intuitions by applied and analytical philosophy. Very quick, very informal comment: let’s connect the “social justice as melodrama” concept to game theory. My explication probably will be flawed, so feel free to critique it. Interacting in mainstream society can be thought of as a […]

You might be a rapist if it never occurs to you that rape is something you’re capable of.

perksofbeingaqueermo: You Can Take It Back: Consent as a Felt Sense « Maybe Maimed but Never Harmed “We also consider how our relationship to consent changes when we acknowledge that whether a person actually feels violated is more important than whether they expected to feel violated.” So relate to this. It’s really rewarding to see references to Consent […]

Brainwave [discussing one problem with “Social Justice as Melodrama”]

cool-yubari: maymay: [This post and previous discussion truncated.] since I make clear that they can not actually cripple me with self-doubt, they do everything they can to cripple others with self-doubt. This forces me and mine to defend not only against the infliction of direct challenges to our senses of self, but to (over-)extend ourselves […]

Wherein MRAs and Feminists both agree that legalistic status quo on “consent” must not be challenged.

I trolled one of the largest subreddits where “men’s rights activists” hang out by posting a link to my “Consent can be withdrawn” social experiment post. The result was better than I anticipated. They upvoted my post, realized they got trolled, and then tried insulting me by pointing out how bad of an MRA I am. […]

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