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Trans/Fat Positive(or Acceptance) Communities' activists and allies need to do the "Stop Comparing Ourselves and Situation to Black People Challenge".

Being Black is not a mental illness or food addiction.

These people are literally comparing genuine discrimination and abuse to someone not validating their delusions and pronouns.

Not to mention, everyone with even an ounce of power in society is bending over backwards to cater to their every whim - even at the expense of others.

This makes me so angry. You can't change out of being Black to escape discrimination like you can change your clothes. No one is keeping TiPs from getting an education or from their civic lives.

Oh, is 'he' a slur now? Wow, I guess misandry really IS the problem after all.

I hate that constantly bring Black race into everything, even misgendering. This is about as equivalent as the distance between Earth and Pluto.

[–] Amareldys 5 points Edited

My script:

"The racial comparison not a comparison I would have made myself, since it's such it's own horrible thing, but since you've made the comparison.... While the analogy is not perfect, there are many parallels between racism and sexism. So imagine, if you will, if back in the '60s a bunch of white people said they were transracial, and that as transracial people they were even more oppressed by the black people, and black people were not allowed to organize around being born black, that every time they tried to organize they were told to center the transracial people. Imagine all the prizes for black people were being won by transracial white people.

Trans women are not the black people in the racism comparison. They are the white people, telling the black people they can't organize by themselves and always need to include white people and that white people make better black people than white people."

Lol. They are so hilariously inept.

Everytime they try to say something profound, it's just hateful and dumb.

OP: https://archive.md/zBIxf

The picture referenced to was of the Little Rock Nine: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Rock_Nine

The Little Rock Nine were a group of nine African American students enrolled in Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Their enrollment was followed by the Little Rock Crisis, in which the students were initially prevented from entering the racially segregated school by Orval Faubus, the Governor of Arkansas. They then attended after the intervention of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.