"You are more likely to see a man victimise a woman than a woman victimise a woman...in certain circumstances"Look at feminists talking about how women never accomplished anything and are perpetual victims, also look at violence statistics between hetero, gay, and lesbian couples, yeah...only in certain circumstances...
PS: Yes, I know what Tim meant, before somebody gets triggered.
"What Crawford and her denier fans never mention, of course, is the reason polar bear populations appear to be growing: the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 made it illegal to hunt them, and a similar 1973 agreement did the same internationally."Tell me about how well such agreements work when it comes to say whales or Siberian tigers, cause it doesn't
I will stick to Wacky Wheels on a DOS emulator, thanks
She should go to China. They don't prosecute people, they just "re-educate" them. Sounds ideal for her kind of logic.
Tim: I am libertarian and think all authority should be questionedAlso Tim: I am for spanking your kids (lightly) to assert authority
On the water thing, as a westerner, go to say India and don't buy any water. Drink it only from the tap, I dare you.
The child going to his/her mother might actually not have to do with homophobia towards the father, but most children going to their mothers during a divorce.The older lesbian woman corrupting a young woman might have to do with the myth of succubi who are older and corrupt everybody (not just young women).Framing is everything...
I like how the laughter and cheering sounds like a 90's sitcom track (I missed the o-oh though).You can also see around three people clapping at one point while the cheer track runs.
I think about not having children because of the environment...the political/societal climate that is.I live the EU and see a rise in fascism.The EU implemented legislation to gain the ability to remove sites from the internet and doesn't abide by its own standards. My country has laws that allows the government to inspect all network traffic.Politicians in my country are obsessed with self flagellation surrounding the past. Some candy has been banned because of "provocative names" and quite a few streetnames have been changed because they were named after important historical figures.Hate speech is now also a thing. Just talking about immigration policy can now be grounds for fines, so...that's a thing in my country now (yes, even for politicians)...
Climate change is being used to push ridiculous laws. New houses that are better for the environment aren't allowed to be build since building these houses will cause pollution. Farmers are being told to shrink the amount of livestock they have and they might have to pay for permits to allow livestock in meadows in the future.
In Germany I hear the second largest party say things like "We need a system like China and temporarily abolish democracy to combat climate change".General consensus seems to be that populism is bad even though we are supposed to live in a democracy. If a majority wants something, it can simply be overruled by saying it's a populist stance.I look at the news and they will sometimes comment on the "alt right" growing, because of a rise of antisemitism. Islam however is never mentioned as a possible cause, even though we imported quite a lot of immigrants from the middle east.
People are no longer honest and because of this are filled with double standards. People in public say they love diversity and that discrimination is bad, but in private they completely flip around and talk about how they don't want to live in a diverse neighbourhood.Its just not that great of a future prospect...
Okay, so maybe kids don't know whats good for themselves, but we should still definitely listen to them when it comes to policy though!