Unprotected Cultures

Posted in Society on November 2nd, 2014

Not all cultures were created equal and, most certainly, not all cultures grew to equality of merit after their birth. Sadly, it also true that not all cultures are provided with equal protections.

We're a Culture Not a Costume - the complaint you'll never hear
This Is Not Who I Am And It’s Not OK

This past Halloween, like all Halloweens in recent memory, we were assaulted by Liberal, Progressive, and minority complaints about any and all costumes based upon their ancestral cultures or which lampooned their more modern cultural proclivities. It’s a yearly tirade from the Left that we’re forced to endure.

Of course, you’ll never see or hear a complaint about costumes based upon any White culture. Members or descendents of such European groups are not granted equal protection because…racism! Indeed, one of the first things that will run through the minds of any Liberal or Minority grievance-monger that reads this is that it wrong, wrong, wrong, to equate the same action committed for the same motive when the victim is White as opposed to otherwise.

Related Reading:

Borrowed Power: Essays on Cultural Appropriation
A Progressive Education
Twenty-Five Easy and Progressive Studies for the Piano, Op. 100: Piano Solo
Minority Games: Interacting agents in financial markets (Oxford Finance Series)
Progressive Care Nursing Certification: Preparation, Review, and Practice Exams

Ghetto Stick Family

Posted in Humor, Politics, Society on October 28th, 2014

“Stick Family” stickers are as varied and as annoying as the plethora of “My child is a…” bumper stickers which celebrate mediocrity by pandering to the less-than-special people’s need to be accorded some measure of being special. And, again similarly to the “My child is a…” bumper stickers, the parodies of the “Stick Family” meme are normally better than the meme itself.

Ghetto Stick Family
Ghetto Stick Family

This “Stick Family” sticker set is the perfect example of such a parody of the “family” of a core Democrat constituent. The only “issue” is that the sticker is, statistically speaking, the wrong color.

Of course, this sticker was doomed to be declared offensive a racist by those whose agenda requires such claims. If it was more accurate by using “Brown” figures, it’d be racist. Yet, it’s use of white stick figures to represent the ghetto baby mama with her horde of bastards and multiple imprisoned baby daddies “Stick Family” is equally racist due to Cultural Appropriation. :-P

Related Reading:

Domineering: A Thug's Swag
Gangsta Rap Coloring Book
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families
Ferguson in Black and White (Kindle Single)
The Baby Mama's Club (Join the Club Series)

Sexist and Racist

Posted in Society on October 22nd, 2014

We constantly hear various strident screams of “sexism!” and “racism.” Our society is filled with images of both of these “-isms,” images largely concocted in the minds of those grievance- and hate-mongers who are doing the screaming.

The only thing to note about these complaints is the interesting synergistic effects we get when they two screeds intersect.

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One Is Sexist, The Other Is Racist
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The left image, that of the White slave girl, will be denounced as “sexist” as long as it doesn’t include a Black in the position of her Master or Mistress. The inclusion of a Black in the superior role immediate trumps any cries of sexism and doesn’t generate any cries of racism.

The right image, that of a Black babe in a submissive’s bondage gear, will be declared to be racist, not sexist – especially so if it includes a White in the position of her Master or Mistress. The tableau can only be decried as sexist if there’s a Black male in the superior role.

Yes, it’s a little interest to listen to the intersection of those who cry “sexism!” and those who cry “racism” when it comes to the fantasy or reality of power transference in sexual situations. Both what the shriek about and what they studiously remain silent upon paint a vivid picture of their own “kink.”

Related Reading:

His Absolute Arrangement: A Scandalous Billionaire Love Story (Jessika, #1)
Slavery and the Making of America
Fifty Shades of BDSM
When I Was a Slave: Memoirs from the Slave Narrative Collection (Dover Thrift Editions)
Racism: A Very Short Introduction