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Sunfly #101

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/22/2018 11:54:41Copy HTML

 Because that's what "free speech" always meant for the last few decades, until the age of internet trolling. Now it means, to the worst people at least, that everyone has to not just listen to them, but provide them a platform.
killamozilla #102

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/22/2018 02:54:20Copy HTML

@Sunfly, so when you say, 

"LOL, I love when people think legally protected free speech means the administrator of a message board has to let them talk about off-topic drivel."

followed by, 

"that's what "free speech" always meant for the last few decades, until the age of internet trolling",

You're saying the definition of "free speech" has recently changed, because now we're in the age of internet trolling. People are saying things you disagree with on the internet and all godly right thinking people need to do their duty to silence those sinners who have incorrect thoughts and opinions.

I am struggling to follow your line of reasoning here. Don't you have a post graduate degree? Do you have a PhD in one of the victim-studies disciplines?



stringster #103

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/23/2018 07:22:00Copy HTML

 i only just see this thread now and not even remotely surprised at what's going on here. some people are starting to see the hypocrisy of certain people on this board and others still have their heads buried in the sand.

often those that promote 'free speech' are god damn hypocrites when they seek to stifle the opinions of others simply because they don't agree with them.

on a board where we're an absolutely minority in the world discussing topics related to a choice of clothing - it couldn't possibly be a worse place to be a damn hypocrite.

killamozilla #104

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/23/2018 11:27:52Copy HTML

@stringster 
if you're going to criticize, be sure and give the most vague and ephemeral evidence - or better yet no evidence at all.
Also be sure and make it really ambiguous what it is that you are actually criticizing.
That way no one can call you out on your argument because you can say, 

"that's not actually what I meant by vague criticism X." 

Then you can accuse the person of projecting their own personal (demonstrably unfair!) biases and judgments onto you.

Also you should do a lot of name calling, but direct it at no one in particular. 
The good thing about not insulting any one in particular is that our benevolent and loving big brother JM (peace be upon him) will have a much more difficult time accusing you of harassing anybody specifically if you don't name any names. You might get lucky and your post could survive the culling that many incorrect posts undergo.

So when in doubt, keep it vague! Nobody will have any idea what the hell you are talking about, but on the other hand, it will be much harder to criticize you.



"And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed – if all records told the same tale – then the lie passed into history and became truth. Who controls the past, ran the Party slogan, controls the future: who controls the present controls the past. And yet the past, though of its nature alterable, never had been altered. Whatever was true now was true from everlasting to everlasting. It was quite simple. All that was needed was an unending series of victories over your own memory. Reality control, they called it: in Newspeak, doublethink."
stringster #105

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/25/2018 04:37:39Copy HTML

 hi killamozilla. exactly.

the problem with me coming in and spending time writing (grammatically and legibly perfect) posts is it's a waste of my time to try and make people understand my point of view when they already have their own bias towards certain issues.

my post was deliberately generic to try and make some people think about whether it applies to them, and for the other reasons you point out.

and finally....https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Social%20Justice%20Warrior
killamozilla #106

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/25/2018 05:08:04Copy HTML

 @stringster, 
gosh, i'd love to say that I was "legibly perfect" myself, but I admit that I make some mistakes from time to time.

It must be so awesome being you and being "legibly perfect". You're like the Thor's hammer of expert internet commenters.

Although if you are as amazing as all that, I don't see how it could be a
 "waste of my time to try and make people understand my point of view". 

We just established that you are "legibly perfect", amazing! 

You'll be convincing people left and right!!!

stringster #107

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/25/2018 05:38:13Copy HTML

 honestly i have no idea what you're on about now. you appear to be taking my comment personal when it was never actually directed at you. i agree with many of your posts here.
legibly perfect was referring to the poor formatting this forum software applies if you don't press enter enough to create paragraphs.
mbannon #108

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/25/2018 06:54:36Copy HTML

 Tswim, you are seeing the same as I noticed in (VERY clothing conservative) Pittsburgh at the Settler's Cabin Wave Pool recently. I probably haven't seen a thong swimsuit on ANYONE in 10+ years at the wave pools in Pittsburgh, PA. I think that the last few years it was actually not allowed by the rules. Now, the fact that I'm seeing even a few is remarkable and encouraging. I think it's a trend, I hope it's a trend, but time will tell. My goal and comfort level is to wear less than others where ever it is legal and prudent to do so, and hope others will follow.
Mary0826 #109

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:07/25/2018 09:33:21Copy HTML

 One of the wave pools in Pittsburgh, PA was the first place I saw the term "gender appropriate swimwear".  I called to ask why thy used this term and the person laughed and said 1) Only women can wear thongs 2) only men can go topfree 3) other fashion trends that have not even been invented yet can be added to the lists of "don' wear" things without having to reprint the rules.  Funny thing is I saw this term and the same summer ran into it a couple of  other places.  Then the next year it seems that maybe only a few more places used this rule.  Now it seems to have fallen out of use.  What I did find amazing was the way the original group used the term for the first time withing a few weeks of each other.  Was there some type of a conference or trade show where this term was thrown around and people picked it up as a solution to how to deal with thongers, topfree woman, and other things in the future. 

JM_Runs #110

Re:Changing social acceptance - How long do you think?

Date Posted:08/03/2018 05:46:53Copy HTML

Teen girls look to fasion magzines, and now to the internet, to find out what is fasionable and what the beautiful women are wearing.

So the various slide shows on this page may help, at least in the UK: https://www.dailystar.co.uk/showbiz/720598/demi-rose-mawby-instagram-bum-bikini-kim-kardashian-tyga 


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