Thursday, April 27, 2017

Thursday Reads

It seems like a "revisionist biographer," aka a paid liar and propagandist, is trying to claim a woman long dead was actually a "transgender" man.

What a load of goddamned bullshit. The problem is when it comes to dead public figures, anybody can write anything about them without fear of being sued for libel.

It is disgusting.

If whites were being trained how to put on blackface and tap dance, believe me, the New York Times wouldn't be writing puff pieces.

Transgenderism is a goddamned insult to women.

Trump backs off another pledge.

This is the perfect gift for the pervert of the family.

No woman in her right mind would ever have anything to do with a degenerate who thinks it is okay to fuck a robot. What the hell is wrong with these guys with sex perversions?

This view is absolutely correct:

Many of the “big issues’ discussed at the two-day event were first raised in 2015 by De Montfort University’s Dr Kathleen Richardson, when she launched the Campaign Against Sex Robots. An anthropologist and robot ethicist, Richardson claims that owning a sex robot is comparable to owning a slave: individuals will be able to buy the right to only care about themselves, human empathy will be eroded, and female bodies will be further objectified and commodified. As sex with robots is not a mutual experience, she says, it’s “part of rape culture”. We are so entertained by the idea of a robot sex partner, she believes, that we have failed to ask fundamental questions.

I met Richardson in March at the London Science Museum’s robot exhibition, where she eyed the distinctly non-sexual robots on display with deep suspicion. Sex robots rest on an idea that women are property, she said. “Sex is an experience of human beings – not bodies as property, not separated minds, not objects; it’s a way for us to enter into our humanity with another human being.” She dismissed the idea that humanoids could reduce sexual exploitation and violence against sex workers, arguing that the growth of internet pornography shows how technology and the sex trade reinforce each other.

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