Friday, March 6, 2015

New Favorite Trend: Mocking Anti-SJs

For those of you who don't know, when I refer to "anti-SJs," I'm talking about the people who claim to be against "SJWs," which is short for Social Justice Warriors. This title, awesome as it sounds, was created to be a derogatory term for anyone against racism, misogyny, transphobia, fat hatred, homophobia, ableism, etc. They call themselves anti-SJWs but I shorten that to anti-SJs because they're not against individuals as they claim, but are clearly against social justice as a whole.

These are the people who, as soon as you begin to talk about ableism, will jump in to claim that ableism is a "made up word" (as opposed to the words that grow on trees or are hand-picked by Zeus or something) and doesn't exist, and is just some "SJW bullshit." Same goes for when you try to talk about microaggressions, or discrimination against fat people, or anything that doesn't fit into their narrow definition of oppression which only applies to the most overt shit in the universe, maybe.

Anyway, there's a new trend of mocking the kind of shit these anti-sj people say, which includes accusing us of the most bizarre shit. I'm finding it to be most enjoyable.


Screenshot of a Tumblr post saying "SJWs kidnapped my younger brother and made me travel through a maze of goblins to battle an androgynous magic king."

Screenshot of a Tumblr post saying "an sjw slathered my entire body with tree sap" and captioned "i am incredibly sticky... is this what you call social justice"

Screenshot of a Tumblr post saying "sjws made me eat my broccoli and spinach"

Screenshot of a Tumblr post saying "SJWs came into my diner and made the jukebox play Tom Jones' "What's New Pussycat" 21 times with one "It's Not Unusual" in the middle"

Screenshot of a Tumblr post saying "parents: clean your room" followed by "me: sjw detected"


Two of those don't even make sense but I love them even more.

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