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3 minutes ago, Nich... said:

Given the demands on your time, I'm surprised you still drop in to tell such a small audience how very wrong they are.  Gonna tank your KPIs.

 

When I have them, I'll worry about them.

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9 hours ago, Leonid said:


I can’t imagine anyone wanting to fill their weekend with that waffle.

 

there's the difference

 

i know several, and by and large you would be hard pressed to recognise them in the street from an average heteronormative profile

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5 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

 

there's the difference

 

i know several, and by and large you would be hard pressed to recognise them in the street from an average heteronormative profile


I don’t know anyone, gay, straight or bi who would watch anything described as 

 

“Australia’s biggest line-up of trans and gender-diverse performers to ever share a main stage come together to flip gender dysphoria on its head and explore the distinctive joys that can come with being trans.”

 

Maybe because those I know who don’t fit a dominant profile aren’t flipped out weirdos.

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too confrontational for such a cis

 

perhaps you need a new sobriquet for that type ? maybe cissy

 

 

imho, no-one does truly o.t.t. cabaret as well as trannies

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10 minutes ago, scruffy1 said:

too confrontational for such a cis

 

perhaps you need a new sobriquet for that type ? maybe cissy

 

 

imho, no-one does truly o.t.t. cabaret as well as trannies

Cabaret ( Liza Minnelli ) was one of the first and best films for me. 

Really though, what is most heartwarming ' bout most of the shows is that however you see yourself, you'd really just like to be accepted. I think that's what most of us and the LGBTQI want.

Even with all the warm&fuzzy feels, I don't have to applaud what I don't like. For instance it's not the end of anyone's world when I say that I can't stand heavy metal, rap or punk ...And no amount of making me feel inadequate for my preferences will change that ...<<< isn't that what accepting difference is about ?

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44 minutes ago, eveln said:

Even with all the warm&fuzzy feels, I don't have to applaud what I don't like. For instance it's not the end of anyone's world when I say that I can't stand heavy metal, rap or punk ...And no amount of making me feel inadequate for my preferences will change that ...<<< isn't that what accepting difference is about ?

 

I haven't seen anyone roasted for stating their opinion when asked.  There's a great deal of (imo deserved) noise about people hurling abuse, picketing/sign use, and institutional discrimination.

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2 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

too confrontational for such a cis

 

It's a bit like a socialist convention.

 

 

Something for the sane to avoid.

 

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ooh, i don't like it

 

so anyone that does must have the problem

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1 hour ago, scruffy1 said:

ooh, i don't like it

 

so anyone that does must have the problem

Just like Communism, Leo grew up with too many non-conforming deviants to want to see it spread its roots here and murder everyone's children.

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30 minutes ago, Nich... said:

Just like Communism, Leo grew up with too many non-conforming deviants to want to see it spread its roots here and murder everyone's children.


There’s a very strong correlation between those who think communism’s a good idea and those who believe in gender fluidity.

 

Its probably because believing in bullshit anti-factual theories is an effect of education standards where feelz matter more than meeting elementary standards.

 

1 hour ago, scruffy1 said:

ooh, i don't like it

 

so anyone that does must have the problem


I repeat again:

 

"Toxic heteronormativity is fairly ubiquitous."

 

Other things I don’t like other than preening victims who disguise mental illness as rights are: communists, socialists, anti-vaxxers, incels.

 

It’s not an exhaustive list by all means. But yes, I view those people as problems.

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as long as you get to decide who's the problem, it's always someone else

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1 hour ago, scruffy1 said:

as long as you get to decide who's the problem, it's always someone else


Are you talking to yourself?

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probably

 

you aren't very good at hearing things you don't agree with

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🙂

 

He never was, it's called the arrogance of ignorance  🙂

 

Cheers

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wow

how totally underwhelming is the peanut gallery

worthy of nothing but shame

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8 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

probably

 

you aren't very good at hearing things you don't agree with

how the fuck would you really know ? Do you say that cos you don't like and agree with his responses ? Well I reckon that might be a problem you and the rest of us have too, also as well, don't ya think ?

 

 He listens ( reads ) quite well in my humble estimation.

 

The rest of you though resort to personal inferences when you tire of his continued responses to whatever you post. When really you ( all ) should be pleased someone is actually reading your posts and actually bothering to give you ( all ) the time of day

 

ffs  how fucking passively arrogant of you ?!

 

And why shouldn't he or any of us decide for ourselves, you know use our own moral compass, that growing up in this country has allowed us to achieve .

 

[ disclaimer: my use or " you " is not just for scruffy1. He's wearing the brunt of it cos I'm responding to his post. And am doing so as he seems to say what others agree with in this vein ]

 

/end of rant.

 

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it's not so much his alternative reality, but the degree of condescension and absolute confidence that he knows the answers

 

he might be right, but he is so certain that he is that it appears that he lives in a closed box

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15 minutes ago, scruffy1 said:

he might be right

 

Lol. Nobody who clings to the wrong side of history so hard is gonna be right much of the time...

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Kimmo said:

Eat a bag of dicks, Leo 👆


Go overdose in a dumpster.

9 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

probably

 

you aren't very good at hearing things you don't agree with


as long as you get to decide who's the problem, it's always someone else

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That sort of thing happens a lot when your filthy ilk gets to run the show, like the pack of utter cunts you are. 

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8 hours ago, chrisg said:

🙂

 

He never was, it's called the arrogance of ignorance  🙂

 

Cheers


Chris, don’t misunderstand the ability to see hypocrisy.

 

Scruffy having a whine about someone having an opinion on the basis of not liking something is absolutely fucken hilarious.

 

Human societies are based on us not liking stuff and making opinions. Ask Bill Shorten why he’s not in power 🙂

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1 minute ago, Leonid said:

 hypocrisy

 

Oh my giddy aunt

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