[Noisebridge-discuss] [drama] Oppressive Behavior
alacenski at gmail.com
Mon Dec 30 17:40:14 UTC 2013
Day late and a buck short, but I have to ask. Why point out Sara's
gender and sexuality three times in describing her? Feels like the
underlying message is that we should all have a look at the great
screaming irony of a person who has some skin in the game daring to be
an oppressive jerk herself.
That came through on the first characterization, and by the third it
really just sounds like "whoooo, look at the LESBIAN"... more of an
insult than a characterization.
Let's please not get into syllable-counting and other derailments. We
can talk about intersectional failure-to-grasp-the-concept just fine
On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 8:04 AM, davidfine <d at vidfine.com> wrote:
> You know who is not ever going to be part of this conversation? The person
> y'all threw out of the space and screamed at. We could have made an actual
> change in someone's life, instead we're back here on the mailing list minus
> the person who needs to hear it. Missed opportunity, incorrect response,
> On 12/29/13, 8:12 PM, slipsream47 . wrote:
> Tell her to be funny in my neighborhood...
> On Dec 29, 2013 7:56 PM, "Curtis Gagliardi" <gagliardi.curtis at gmail.com>
>> She said it intending to be funny, what else do you want to know?
>> The question of what are we even talking about is a good one though. I
>> thought it was about whether or not this was a ridiculous overreaction or
>> not, but I see people addressing whether or not they think it was funny,
>> whether or not the world is always offensive, whether or not eminems use of
>> the word is offensive, etc.
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