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Monday, March 02, 2015

The original SJW invasion

How the comics were entered and taken over by the original SJW freakshow:
Olive Byrne met Marston in 1925, when she was a senior at Tufts; he was her psychology professor. Marston was already married, to a lawyer named Elizabeth Holloway. When Marston and Byrne fell in love, he gave Holloway a choice: either Byrne could live with them, or he would leave her. Byrne moved in. Between 1928 and 1933, each woman bore two children; they lived together as a family. Holloway went to work; Byrne stayed home and raised the children. They told census-takers and anyone else who asked that Byrne was Marston’s widowed sister-in-law. “Tolerant people are the happiest,” Marston wrote in a magazine essay in 1939, so “why not get rid of costly prejudices that hold you back?” He listed the “Six Most Common Types of Prejudice.” Eliminating prejudice number six—“Prejudice against unconventional people and non-conformists”—meant the most to him. Byrne’s sons didn’t find out that Marston was their father until 1963—when Holloway finally admitted it—and only after she extracted a promise that no one would raise the subject ever again.

Gaines didn’t know any of this when he met Marston in 1940 or else he would never have hired him: He was looking to avoid controversy, not to court it. Marston and Wonder Woman were pivotal to the creation of what became DC Comics. (DC was short for Detective Comics, the comic book in which Batman debuted.) In 1940, Gaines decided to counter his critics by forming an editorial advisory board and appointing Marston to serve on it, and DC decided to stamp comic books in which Superman and Batman appeared with a logo, an assurance of quality, reading, “A DC Publication.” And, since “the comics’ worst offense was their blood-curdling masculinity,” Marston said, the best way to fend off critics would be to create a female superhero.

“Well, Doc,” Gaines said, “I picked Superman after every syndicate in America turned it down. I’ll take a chance on your Wonder Woman! But you’ll have to write the strip yourself.”

In February 1941, Marston submitted a draft of his first script, explaining the “under-meaning” of Wonder Woman’s Amazonian origins in ancient Greece, where men had kept women in chains, until they broke free and escaped. “The NEW WOMEN thus freed and strengthened by supporting themselves (on Paradise Island) developed enormous physical and mental power.” His comic, he said, was meant to chronicle “a great movement now under way—the growth in the power of women.”

Wonder Woman made her debut in All-Star Comics at the end of 1941 and on the cover of a new comic book, Sensation Comics, at the beginning of 1942, drawn by an artist named Harry G. Peter. She wore a golden tiara, a red bustier, blue underpants and knee-high, red leather boots. She was a little slinky; she was very kinky. She’d left Paradise to fight fascism with feminism, in “America, the last citadel of democracy, and of equal rights for women!”
Narcissistic left-leaning sexual freakshows pushing feminist propaganda onto an unsuspecting market as the original content creators and publishers, in their naive ignorance, blithely fail to see what is happening right under their noses. Sound familiar, everyone in the science fiction and game industries? The only substantive difference between the current states of comics, SF, and games is the date at which the SJWs began to invade those industries.

Don't let it happen again.

From the Wikipedia page about Marston, the first SJW: "He purposely aimed to condition readers to becoming more readily accepting to submission to loving authorities rather than being so assertive to their own destructive egos."

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Anonymous Heaviside March 02, 2015 4:29 AM  

http://www.mondaymorningmemo.com/newsletters/gift-of-a-jew/

Blogger Ghost March 02, 2015 4:36 AM  

A feminist professor using his position to bang chicks? Very, very Hugo of him.

Anonymous Clay March 02, 2015 4:36 AM  

Who was her daddy? They must have forgot that one.

Anonymous lurker March 02, 2015 4:41 AM  

Marston... Marston... that name rings a bell?

Blogger Vox March 02, 2015 4:42 AM  

Wouldn't THAT be funny.

Anonymous PhillipGeorge©2015 March 02, 2015 4:50 AM  

It is curious how often you humans manage to obtain that which you do not want.
--SPOCK, Star Trek: The Original Series, "Errand of Mercy"

Man draws a cartoon of woman with underwear on the outside to deflect criticisms of sexism? This story is a closed loop.

Pure sexual polarity from 130 years ago, monopoles don't exist in the natural/real world

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 02, 2015 5:40 AM  

I'd known about Marston's live in concubine with the big wrist manacles, I hadn't know she was Margaret Sanger's niece.

The hilarious part is that this ardent male feminist was clearly and obviously a polygamist Dom. Oh he was dressing it up, in all the right Marxist progressive bullshit but it couldn't be clearer that that is what he was.

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 02, 2015 5:45 AM  

Fun fact about Wonder Woman the article missed. DC comics doesn't own her, the Marston estate does.

Which is why they have to keep publishing her, even though Wonder Woman is a usually a money loser for them. If DC ever misses "X" number of issues all the rights revert to the Marston estate.

Anonymous Mycroft Jones March 02, 2015 5:46 AM  

In what way is a polygamist Dom an SJW? Does not compute.

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 02, 2015 5:56 AM  

I'm now a little curious. Was Marston also a eugenicist?

He seems to have run in those circles and has all the right credentials for it.

Blogger Lovekraft March 02, 2015 6:05 AM  

Yeah, I remember when Northstar came out gay in Alpha Flight 106 and me thinking, "well there goes that".

Anonymous Patrick March 02, 2015 6:28 AM  

A Nietzschean,Marxist dom creates a supposed feminist icon. Said icon wore bracelets and in every book managed to get herself captured and bound, rendering her powerless. How is that suppose to work out?

Blogger IM2L844 March 02, 2015 6:50 AM  

The left is a woman, but not just any woman. She's that lying, fake, vindictive, flirty slut that other women who can't relate to see right through and men who aren't desperate for approval simply take a pass on even if some of them stare at her tits a little too long when they think no one is paying attention.

Blogger bob k. mando March 02, 2015 7:04 AM  

Mycroft Jones March 02, 2015 5:46 AM
In what way is a polygamist Dom an SJW? Does not compute.



in what way is hypocrisy not practically a defining characteristic of an SJW?

http://youtu.be/KARCog_9-yc?t=1m10s

notice how she talks over him and forces him to 'behave' even as she acts egregiously? notice how the other cunts back her up ( we will clear the room ) for the failure of the hoi poloi to maintain 'decorum'?

hell, Marston's personal life is almost an exact copy of the way Heinlein behaved.

it's also the push-pull Game dynamic. tell the woman you believe she's theoretically just as excellent and superior as you are. she's so superior, she can embrace her submissive side ... and she's going to submit to you.

Anonymous Frank Green March 02, 2015 7:09 AM  

Gamergate: Five Guys Burgers and Fries
Marston: Two Girls One Cup

Anonymous Clay March 02, 2015 7:12 AM  

Ya'll, this SJW stuff is getting sick. And, it seems to be drawing an infectious ooze out of the commenters.

Blogger YIH March 02, 2015 7:18 AM  

Another example: In the Leonard Nimoy post I mentioned that Majel Barrett (AKA 'computer voice'/Nurse Chapel/Luaxanna Troy) was the original First Officer of the Enterprise - before Spock.
As 'Trekkies' know, she was Gene Roddenberry's wife, yet while he was alive she went by her maiden name (check the credits of any Star Trek).
After he died she successfully pushed for a (rather lame) SciFi series called Earth: Final Conflict.
Typical for Whackopedia, they overlook things:
After Gene Roddenberry's death, Barrett took material from his archives to bring two of his ideas into production. She was executive producer of Earth: Final Conflict (in which she also played the character Dr. Julianne Belman)
Correct, but what they fail to mention is in that series her name appeared as ''Majel Roddenberry'' in the credits.
Couldn't take on his last name while he was alive, but to plug a TV show? Oh yeah, that she could do.
/rant off

Blogger YIH March 02, 2015 7:28 AM  

Happened again:
Typical for Whackopedia, they overlook things.
Link fixed, again.

Blogger bob k. mando March 02, 2015 7:30 AM  

another way to look at Marston's life:
consider the 50 Shades women.

do you think any significant portion of them consider themselves to be 'non-feminist'?

hell no.

but they all dream about being down and anally raped.

Blogger bob k. mando March 02, 2015 7:31 AM  

'tied down'

Blogger Nate March 02, 2015 7:43 AM  

ya know.. as a kid... and I mean kid here.. think... 8... 9 years old... I loved comics. I read them all the time. Granted I pretty much only read Marvel because honeslty... DC comics were just cheesy as hell. Still... I was into comics and therefore I bought comics and went to comic book stores and such quite a bit.

I really had no idea Wonder Woman actually had her own comic in 1980s. I remember seeing copies of the older wonder woman comics... but I don't recall ever seeing a new one.. and I certainly never knew anyone that ever actually bought or read a wonder woman comic. I dunno I guess I just always thought she was another cheap girl superman rip off.

Blogger bob k. mando March 02, 2015 7:44 AM  

notice also that Heinlein ( 1907 ) and Marston ( 1893 ) were already fully immersed in what we would consider 'post-modernist' ideas of equalitarianism, baseline Marxism, Freudian psych, etc.

and these are very intelligent men who were amongst the first fruits of compulsory public education ...

Heinlein was even born in bumfuck Missouri and raised in KC and STILL came out that way.

Ann Dunham's father was born in 1918 in Wichita and followed the same basic arc.

Blogger Nate March 02, 2015 7:47 AM  

"but they all dream about being down and anally raped."

Female authors are obsessed with anal sex. You'd be amazed how many best selling thrillers by female authors are really just a series of anal adventures. Consensual and otherwise.

Blogger Nate March 02, 2015 7:51 AM  

"and these are very intelligent men who were amongst the first fruits of compulsory public education ..."

Its highly unlikely their ideas came from secondary school mate. America was profoundly commie in the early 1900s. and totop that off.. people back then honestly believed man was god-like in his mastery of nature. Electricity... lightbulbs... radio... cars... refrigerators... They'd seen things change so much... they simply lost all humility.

Blogger Salt March 02, 2015 7:59 AM  

And more socially aware Lucy again pulls the football on inept Charlie Brown.

Blogger Laguna Beach Fogey March 02, 2015 8:14 AM  

blood-curdling masculinity

Drama queen.

Anonymous DrTorch March 02, 2015 8:25 AM  

As people have mentioned, WW is a huge loser for DC. They keep pushing her in every way but few people really buy her comic. Yet the SJWs do keep clamoring for her to show up all over the place, and laud her ("Superman's equal", part of the DC "big three") ad absurdum.

But, one demographic that does like her? Black men. I read an article ~15 years ago about how comic buyers were predominantly white male, but the black male author noted, "Black men have a thing for Wonder Woman."

Hmm, I wonder if that has anything to do w/ being raised by single mothers.

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 02, 2015 8:26 AM  

America was profoundly commie in the early 1900s. and totop that off.. people back then honestly believed man was god-like in his mastery of nature. Electricity... lightbulbs... radio... cars... refrigerators... They'd seen things change so much... they simply lost all humility.

They weren't even trying to hide it. This is from the 1936 communist paean H.G. Wells: Things to Come.

In case you were wondering after seeing that clip. Environmentalism used to be a conservative thing.

Blogger YIH March 02, 2015 8:38 AM  

Nate:
I really had no idea Wonder Woman actually had her own comic in 1980s.
Wait, what?
Not only that, she even had a TV show in the 70's.
Saw the comic books, was never interested enough to even pick one up - but they did exist.

Anonymous Athor Pel March 02, 2015 9:00 AM  

" Cataline SergiusMarch 02, 2015 8:26 AM
...
In case you were wondering after seeing that clip. Environmentalism used to be a conservative thing. "



At a guess, back then it was a stewardship issue rather than a political power issue. And the Bolsheviks needed to do some serious industrial build up and letting the environment get in the way was not on the agenda and so American commies were fine with it.

Anonymous p-dawg March 02, 2015 9:00 AM  

@YIH: I loved that show. Had the biggest crush on Lynda Carter. It's a lot harder to watch as an adult, though.

Anonymous Athor Pel March 02, 2015 9:03 AM  

"YIH March 02, 2015 8:38 AM
...
Not only that, she even had a TV show in the 70's.
...
"



Linda Evans. Do I even need to say anything else? Charlie's Angels may have been pretty but none of them had breasts like Linda.

Anonymous Athor Pel March 02, 2015 9:04 AM  

Good Lord, how did I get that name wrong.

It's age. Terrible thing age.

Blogger Nate March 02, 2015 9:08 AM  

"Saw the comic books, was never interested enough to even pick one up - but they did exist."

I saw the comic books but I never saw a new one in a store for sale that I remember. I don't believe there were actual Wonder Woman comic fans. I really don't.

Blogger Nate March 02, 2015 9:14 AM  

"Hmm, I wonder if that has anything to do w/ being raised by single mothers."

Most african societies are matriarchal.

Connect the dots.

The black bull alpha is largely a myth.

OpenID genericviews March 02, 2015 9:17 AM  

...blue underpants and knee-high, red leather ...

Are they really still underpants when they are on the outside?

The TV version was painful to watch. Carter ran like a girl, slow and swinging her arms from side to side. There is no way she was actually catching anyone by running after them. But her suit also looked painful to wear, let alone to exercise in. Heavy stiff padding everywhere.

OpenID genericviews March 02, 2015 9:19 AM  

Damn you Pel, now I got the name wrong too.

Evans ran like a girl.

Blogger Nate March 02, 2015 9:36 AM  

"They weren't even trying to hide it. This is from the 1936 communist paean H.G. Wells: Things to Come."

Yep. people today think of the 1900s and 1920s US as being some kind of conservative dream. In reality Communism was the new fad.. and the whole reason Keynesianism took hold was the conceit that man was now modern and could control literally everything.

Anonymous Jack Amok March 02, 2015 10:23 AM  

The hilarious part is that this ardent male feminist was clearly and obviously a polygamist Dom. Oh he was dressing it up, in all the right Marxist progressive bullshit but it couldn't be clearer that that is what he was.

Apparently he's also credited with inventing the polygraph. I can imagine the "experiments" while he was developing that.

Anonymous Will Best March 02, 2015 11:05 AM  

Fun fact about Wonder Woman the article missed. DC comics doesn't own her, the Marston estate does.

Which is why they have to keep publishing her, even though Wonder Woman is a usually a money loser for them. If DC ever misses "X" number of issues all the rights revert to the Marston estate.


It saddens me that the only content creator of the day with any business savvy was this evil @#$@. Then again when you are using your content to corrupt a message you realize how easy it would be for others to do the same to you, so it ends up as part of your negotiating strategy.

Blogger Joshua Sinistar March 02, 2015 11:10 AM  

All these comics come from the ghetto of Manhattan where wannabe writers write horrible plays for off-Broadway and seedy publishers print porn magazines. The place is a Socialist Hellhole like Soho in London. Superman was an obvious fantasy for two wimpy jewish guys who made his secret identity a wishy washy bate like them. This guy Marston was part of the B&D scene that flourished there and he obviously used the feminist BS to hook him some ass while he was peddling his sexy bondage girl of his dreams Wonder Woman, whose only weakness is being helpless when she's tied up by a man! How kinky!

Anonymous Daniel March 02, 2015 11:16 AM  

Nate's right. WW was in the 80s stores, but she wasn't of the 80s stores. If you wanted to check out a hot chick with a sense of humor about her warrior woman condition, you went straight for She-Hulk. That was the most popular lady comic of the day, and it was a) a funny book and b) not that popular. The funny thing was she was started in the 1970s as a soft woman's libber, but only got good in the 80s as a giant funny sexy green bikini model who trashed feminist conceits.

Odd, irrelevant personal story - I asked out my first model - who was taller than me - because I thought she was probably like She-Hulk and didn't get asked out in fair proportion to her attractiveness. It worked. Don't say the comics didn't teach me nothin'...

Blogger YIH March 02, 2015 11:36 AM  

p-dawg:
It's a lot harder to watch as an adult, though.
Yup, same could be said of all the 70's comic book shows.
I liked The Incredible Hulk back then as well, later I realized it was just The Fugitive with a comic book spin... And not as good.

genericviews:
Are they really still underpants when they are on the outside?
The Japanese would call them 'bloomers'

Anonymous Red Comet March 02, 2015 11:43 AM  

Marston was an old pervert that wanted men to be enslaved by women to bring about world peace or some such, all the while living with his wife and his mistress in the same house.

His beliefs are a classic example of psychological projection. He liked getting tied up by girls so he figured every guy on Earth must secretly like it too.

It's also a popular myth that he invented the lie detector. I'm honestly surprised his wikipedia article doesn't try to cover for him on that one.

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 02, 2015 1:27 PM  

I really had no idea Wonder Woman actually had her own comic in 1980s.

It speaks well of you.

Wonder Woman is a heroine for male feminists.

That's the market. That was always the market because women don't read comics in any serious way. Maybe five percent of market is female.

Woman don't key on the visual like men do. This is just bio-mechanical reality.

Consequently Wonder Woman was always a comic for twelve year boys who were...uh...different. Boys who were looking for a less masculine role model. Boys whose fathers had to say with a red face, "no actually he's a boy." And say that a lot.

Anonymous Michael Maier March 02, 2015 2:06 PM  

Bryne's two runs on She-Hulk were awesome. Too much fun. The only comic in which I got a letter published, too.

Yes... I am a total nerd.

"ASPARAGUS PEOPLE"?????

Anonymous Michael Maier March 02, 2015 2:08 PM  

IIRC, I got burned on WW in the 80s. The amazing George Perez was doing her book when they re-launched after the 1st Crisis. I thought he's awesome, it has to be a good book!

Yeah.... no.

Blogger Pinakeli March 02, 2015 2:13 PM  

Linda Carter was WW on TV (after the not so good Bobbi Jo and the Outlaw [topless scene])

Linda Evans was on The Biog Valley, Hunter and Dynasty around the same era.

I don't remember reading WW in the early '60s, but I do remember seeing it then. I was just old enough to enjoy Linda Carter on TV with the sound off.

Anonymous Salt March 02, 2015 2:21 PM  

1920s to today. It's been a damn social disease.

Anonymous Daniel March 02, 2015 2:34 PM  

Bryne's two runs on She-Hulk were awesome. Too much fun. The only comic in which I got a letter published, too.

Hilarious. Bet you I read it. Which issue, do you remember?

Blogger Corvinus March 02, 2015 2:34 PM  

I don't know too much about either Wonder Woman or She-Hulk, but I suspect WW's low popularity comes from the simple fact that (healthy) men don't like women who don't seem to like men. (Yes, I've seen enough panels to get that impression. And I can't stand radfems.) She-Hulk doesn't give that impression.

Blogger Daniel March 02, 2015 2:46 PM  

Yep. 80s/90s She-Hulk is pretty much boy crazy with a major problem: she can bench press a Buick. She's always, always, always growing her long hair longer and trying to work out naked. You know, because decent exercise clothes just don't fit her. Also, she talks directly to her 14-year old reader and is in on the joke that she's in a comic book, and is pretty much designed to be stared at.

It isn't exactly Shakespearian humor...but then again it sort of is. I think they tried to reboot the gal again in this environment, but it didn't take. Who knows if that's because it was SJWed to death, or it honored the best She-Hulk and made little baby St. SJW cry? I never saw it.

Anonymous Daniel March 02, 2015 2:50 PM  

Notably, in the Dark Knight Returns, Frank Miller portrays an elderly WW bound and beaten nearly to death by a psycho-killing Joker, as an homage to her origins. She does nothing else in the book but play the victim. Any attraction she might have had for a reader (and she didn't have much to begin with aside from the Carter teevee revival) was completely desecrated in about three panels.

Anonymous FP March 02, 2015 2:57 PM  

"Female authors are obsessed with anal sex. You'd be amazed how many best selling thrillers by female authors are really just a series of anal adventures. Consensual and otherwise."

Aka bodice rippers where the poor girl is about to be ravaged on the poop deck by the naughty pirate Fabio.

Blogger ray March 02, 2015 3:19 PM  

The matriarchy spinning pop-propaganda by 1940? Well that can't be. I've been assured that The Boomers invented feminism and initiated the West's descent into . . . all this.

Now the same folks are saying whoa, it could have gotten started just a wee-bit sooner. Hows bout that! Learn something every day.

Blogger JDC March 02, 2015 3:21 PM  

Female authors are obsessed with anal sex. You'd be amazed how many best selling thrillers by female authors are really just a series of anal adventures. Consensual and otherwise.

As per Arrested Development, these propagandists should really go and see an
ana -larapist. (Pronounced uh-NAHL-ru-pist).

Anonymous Varenius March 02, 2015 3:26 PM  

...where the poor girl is about to be ravaged on the poop deck...

On or in???

Anonymous Michael Maier March 02, 2015 3:32 PM  

Daniel March 02, 2015 2:34 PM Bryne's two runs on She-Hulk were awesome. Too much fun. The only comic in which I got a letter published, too.

Hilarious. Bet you I read it. Which issue, do you remember?


IIRC, #47 or so. It's the one in that run where Byrne did NOT draw it.

I almost didn't buy it because of that reason. Good thing I did, eh? I remember skimming the letter column thinking "Man, it would have been cool if my letter made it in."

And I actually only wrote in because I thought "it's not that popular, I bet I have a decent chance of making the letter column".

Anonymous Michael Maier March 02, 2015 3:33 PM  

Varenius March 02, 2015 3:26 PM ...where the poor girl is about to be ravaged on the poop deck...

On or in???


Couldn't it be both?

OpenID cailcorishev March 02, 2015 4:26 PM  

I've been assured that The Boomers invented feminism and initiated the West's descent into . . . all this.

The Boomers suck so much they can actually suck backwards through time.

Anonymous Xer March 02, 2015 9:18 PM  

"The Boomers suck so much they can actually suck backwards through time."

Thread win!

Blogger bob k. mando March 02, 2015 11:04 PM  

Nate March 02, 2015 9:36 AM
Yep. people today think of the 1900s and 1920s US as being some kind of conservative dream. In reality Communism was the new fad



look guys, i'm not disputing the popularity of Communism / Socialism amongst the urban or union adults back then ( Jack London, for instance ).

what i'm pointing out is that they used the newly enacted compulsory schooling of the late 1800s to mainline Marxist thought into the whole of early 1900s society.



Athor Pel March 02, 2015 9:03 AM
Linda Evans.


hey, [ snap, snap ] her eyes are located 18" north, boyo.

Evans is the big boobed blonde.
https://duckduckgo.com/?t=palemoon&q=Linda+Evans&iax=1&ia=images

Carter is the big boobed brunette.
https://duckduckgo.com/?t=palemoon&q=Lynda+Carter&iax=1&ia=images



ray March 02, 2015 3:19 PM
Now the same folks are saying whoa, it could have gotten started just a wee-bit sooner.



your ignorance and failure to pay attention are hardly our problem.

would you like for us to count the ways that Lincoln desecrated the Constitution?

Anonymous Tar Heel March 03, 2015 12:14 AM  

Nate: "I don't believe there were actual Wonder Woman comic fans. I really don't."

There is precisely one. Gail Simone. She writes edgy, moody tales involving terrible people for DC Comics (not that I know if she still does, as I haven't picked up any comics by Marvel or DC in years now).

She also wrote an episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold where three superheroines sang hidden, raunchy insults of various superheroes, tinged with praise for the Dark Knight. He immediately knocked all three out with one or two blows (he was hypnotized into thinking he was a gangster at the time). That one-sided fight made me laugh pretty hard, for reasons that probably weren't intended by the author.

One hopes the Birds of Prey weren't walking funny and unable to sit down for days after, as well.

Anonymous Joe Author March 03, 2015 12:23 AM  

Always a trip with these posts.

“The hilarious part is that this ardent male feminist was clearly and obviously a polygamist Dom. Oh he was dressing it up, in all the right Marxist progressive bullshit but it couldn't be clearer that that is what he was.”

Marston was a straight up Alpha male. Banging two broads, siring offspring to boot and writing something he wanted to write about—the very essence of libertarianism. No rules, all liberty. In the end, being able to create something regardless if other people “disapprove” of the content because it fails to fit into their own little neat checkboxes is EXACTLY what literature is all about.


“even though Wonder Woman is a usually a money loser for them.”

It’s NOT necessarily about the money. It is about creating something they want to create. Obviously, people consume it. More power to them. Why worry about the gatekeepers?




“I dunno I guess I just always thought she was another cheap girl superman rip off.”

Great. Other people felt differently. No big deal in the grand scheme of things.


Write what you want to write. Read what you want to read. Create what you want to create.

Anonymous tiredofitall March 03, 2015 2:17 AM  

"In what way is a polygamist Dom an SJW? Does not compute." - Mycroft Jones

It matters not the nature of perversion they're trying to "normalize", an SJW can't help but ram their hang-ups down the paying public's throat and pretend it's okay.

"I loved that show. Had the biggest crush on Lynda Carter. It's a lot harder to watch as an adult, though." - p-dawg

Yeah it is!


"Write what you want to write. Read what you want to read. Create what you want to create." - Joe Author

Unless you're a SJW, in which case you must fill your end product with bullshit messages, "under represented" minority characters who add nothing but a check-box to gain you entrance to the oppression olympics, and a false narrative about how evil straight white males are.

Anonymous Joe Author March 03, 2015 11:42 PM  

“Unless you're a SJW, in which case you must fill your end product with bullshit messages, "under represented" minority characters who add nothing but a check-box to gain you entrance to the oppression olympics, and a false narrative about how evil straight white males are.”

And a person could reasonably state that the “blue SF” crowd will offer their own formula of what ought to be science fiction—manly men and docile females that champion Eurocentric civilization. See, it is all how one packages their material.

Doesn’t matter in the long run. People will create what they want. People will consume what they want.

Blogger Desiderius March 04, 2015 12:37 AM  

Joe Author,

"And a person could reasonably state that the “blue SF” crowd will offer their own formula of what ought to be science fiction—manly men and docile females that champion Eurocentric civilization. See, it is all how one packages their material."

That person would be mistaken.

"Doesn’t matter in the long run. People will create what they want. People will consume what they want."

Unless the marketplace is fucked with. Which is what the SJWs are up to and thus why we fight them.

Blogger Desiderius March 04, 2015 12:46 AM  

Bob,

"what i'm pointing out is that they used the newly enacted compulsory schooling of the late 1800s to mainline Marxist thought into the whole of early 1900s society."

The Prussian schooling didn't help, but people were already nuts for it. Look up Edward Bellamy or read some Mencken. Nate is right. Straight up hubris. You lose the fear of God, you fall for anything.

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