Reverse Oppression Isn’t Real And It Is Time To Stop

Yeah, I’m talking about misandry, cisphobia, heterophobia, reverse racism and so on. No, they’re not real and here’s why.

First of all, I get it: You don’t like having to come to terms with admitting to yourself that possibly, quite possibly, you belong to an oppressive class of people. Maybe you think this means that you, yourself are oppressive, and dang, maybe that’s true, too. I know that most of the time when people are confronted with this fact (usually white, cis, straight people, mind you) they recoil in anger and they waste absolutely no time in proving you right. Especially when you point out that they are either white, cis, straight, or all of the above (and that these things make for limited experience when dealing with different axis of oppression).


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How Has Open Source Software Helped The Tech Industry?

Honestly, I have no idea. As someone who has never been able to break into the tech industry job market, giving you an answer to that question would require a lot of reading. But, I do know how open source software has helped regular people.

What I’m talking about here, specifically, is decentralized social networking. Now, I am 100% certain that open source software has helped people outside of this particular aspect, but this is what I want to focus on for this article, because it is real important. Especially in this current day and age.

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What Even Is Freeze Peach?

I mean, what is free peaches? No, dammit, I mean… Freedom of speech! What is freedom of speech? Well, according to the first amendment, i.e., the article that so many people who obsess over free speech like to think they’re quoting:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

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