Feminist Principles of the Internet

sufi

lala
I like how non-specific it is - all principles rather than rules, so we can adopt it very easily
 

luka

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no not really, im just being silly. as i say i didnt read it. its unreadable.
 

luka

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the alt right thread would have been great if our alt right peers had joined in and played the role i set out for them but they didnt. typical selfish im alright jack right wing types. no sense of community.
 

version

Who loves ya, baby?
I struggle with the language of stuff like this. It makes me feel the same way as office jargon. That nobody genuinely speaks like or wants to speak like that. It's just what you do, so you go through the motions. Like that DJ who got pulled up for having a dodgy stage name and put out a statement full of terms like "problematic" and "agency".
 

luka

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that's right. that's why we are rejecting it. sorry soof, back to the drawing board
 

sufi

lala
I struggle with the language of stuff like this. It makes me feel the same way as office jargon. That nobody genuinely speaks like or wants to speak like that. It's just what you do, so you go through the motions. Like that DJ who got pulled up for having a dodgy stage name and put out a statement full of terms like "problematic" and "agency".
that's a fair point,
i expect we could translate it into a more suitable dialect, or perhaps find an equivalent document in poetic format, or even musical style
 

luka

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i think we can safely ignore it. i dont think we need to sign up to a code of good behaviour.
 
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