What these comedians are demanding is that we respect their feelings while they exercise their constitutionally safeguarded prerogative to hurt other people’s feelings. That’s not a level playing field. It’s the power dynamic preferred by a playground bully, in which all the discomfort flows in one direction: away from them. They aren’t really angry about “censorship,” but instead about being reminded that other people are as human as they are, even if they refuse to recognize them as such. Vulture Magazine.
How is this kind of thing acceptable on social media? To single out a man who has a reason – who defends children. This is not stand up comedy. This is social media assassination. What kind of world do we live in when people like this use their influence to spread hate and division? To […]
We have good weeks and bad weeks. Some people just bounce along. An empath will struggle more ’emotionally’ because they feel the pain of those they hold close. Whereas, arrogance can shrug it off – even thrive on the hardship of those which struggle – as they are in a constant state of competition and […]
But I suppose this depends on conscience and what happens when we unite once more with the boundless energy of universal guidance. Who really is the ‘victim?’ Because to me, he who does not come from love will struggle to rise with only deceit as his wings. So for any who are being drained of the negative, stand above it.