|Cis heterosexual person:||I hate gays. They're gross.|
|Other cis heterosexuals:||Well that's your opinion and I respect it lol brave of you to say that even though you know you're gonna get flack from the crazy SJWs|
|LGBTQIAP+ person:||I hate straight people because they keep on killing and bullying members of my community.|
|Cis heterosexuals:||Oh my gosh you are worse than Hitler. Don't fight fire with fire! No h8 right? No wonder people hate you so much if you're gonna be like that. Heterophobes.|
|(Not promoting hatred in this post, just pointing out the double standards. We've all seen it on here. This stuff needs to stop pronto. If you're REALLY anti hate, then you'd better be out there fighting for my community and calling out homophobes, cause at the moment all I see is you harassing and policing distressed members of my community when they are venting about actual life experiences they have had and suffered at the hands of heteronormativity and both outwardly homophobic and passive straight people.)|
things that aren’t valid and will make people laugh at you if you bring them up in an argument:
- reverse racism
- any other type of “reverse” oppression
being part of a privileged group and getting your feelings hurt is not the same as being oppressed
Anger towards privileged groups is a result of years of oppression and hatred.
Anger towards minorities is supported by years of oppression and hatred.
That’s why hatred towards privileged groups is not the same as hatred towards minorities
For me and my friends growing up, being told things like ‘you have to wear this because that’s what boys wear” or “dresses are for not for your body type” was frustrating and a pretty bad time.
The bottom line for me is, if someone feels happier and more comfortable in a particular ‘type’ of uniform, then that’s something that should be encouraged, not punished. Students have enough to focus on at school, having to fight to be yourself shouldn’t be added to that.