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This video mainly re-addresses the name issue for one last time and then considers the concept of running a movement (ie, an organisations aimed at influencing the opinions of others) without wanting to have anything to do with anyone who disagrees.
I contend a successful movement welcomes people with other opinions, engages with them freely and doesn't 'roll their eyes' and moan about going over old ground whenever a dissenting voice potters by. Dissenting voices are the foodstuff of any movement; they are your future converts FFS!
Some good links here, prepare to laugh:
PZ Myers blog 'Repudiation'
I was involved between posts #355 through to about #391 (where it is made clear to me that the only way I can demonstrate that I condemn trolls who make threats is not by saying so on camera, no, I need academic papers from 'Google Scholar' - yes peer-reviewed studies need to be commissioned into my own opinions, presumably at my own expense!)
You really couldn't make this shit up.
The awesome pissing contest over who can list the most ways in which they are a victim (unfortunately it appears the post from the self-confessed paedophile who listed his/her gripes over lack of privilege appears to have been deleted). Some of the posters must have spent hours typing out their lists. i really felt like posting:
"Because I have a job I don't have the hours to devote to typing out a massive list of my privilege issues"
Anyway, here is the link:
Effects of not having privilege(Trigger Warning: Oppression)
And a couple of awesome threads over on the A+ forums:
"Reverse -isms" - "Sexism" vs men, "Racism" vs whites etc
This thread demonstrates the difference between the A+ the likes of Matt Dillahunty and AronRa talk about and the reality behind the forum. As is made clear in the posts here, this is female issues only and some of the responders threaten to walk out is mens issues are 'taken seriously' on the forum. Note what happens to the user 'surreptitious57' when, on page 3, he very reasonably questions some assumptions that are being made: he is instructed to go to the 'education forum'