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[–] sillylily789 17 points Edited

Came right here hoping to talk about this, THANK YOU! Another case of chronically online pornsick men making up the vast vast majority of mods. Check out that guy's other subreddits he mods: contrapoints, two NSFW subs, ancient sumerian goddess sub where he only talks about trans people in ancient sumeria???

He's deleting any comment that isnt "trans rights" and laughing in Glee at it. When has antiwork addressed demographic worker inequality before?, Will they ever again? Will they address all the unpaid labor women do?, Why didn't he choose a graph that compared women's average wage to TIM? Or break down of what fields TIMs are in, averages wages, versus women? Why didn't he choose a graph that showed the % of high earning computer sci/engineer TIM vs women?

This is so typical. People have been saying on that sub that anti work needs to be for workers, by workers, in workers terms. Working class people don't give two shits about gender ideology. They want rights, and trans rights is not on that list. It's being downvoted into oblivion with hundreds of deleted comments and they aren't taking any of that into consideration. Burn it all down.

I hope this is mass peaking.

They tried to force feminism to be all about gender crap. Now the gender woo is trying to force other movements to be all about the gender crap. The intersectional angle is BS imho as it always leads back to centering men somehow.

Speaking for myself at this point I wonder I have more common ground with conservatives? well I know that I do with conservative voters they are common working people like myself but I'm having a identity crises πŸ˜‚ really though its not great to hold tightly to any identity I am not waving the blue team flag anymore