>>9720238 What could anyone's view of internalized racism be other than "It's bad." And regarding LGBT issues, feminism has always been intersectional. Feminism's problem is the race thing; shit's a white academy thing.
>>9720288 >And regarding LGBT issues, feminism has always been intersectional. Feminism's problem is the race thing; shit's a white academy thing. jesus christ did your intro to queer studies 101 professor teach you this shit?
>>9720317 What happens if she asks a follow up question, like "Do you buy into bell hooks idea that feminism is for everyone, or does the fact that men will never experience the full brunt of patriarchal oppression mean they can never truly empathize with the struggle?"
lol this thread is pretty funny, I'm thoroughly amused
>>9720338 empathy is empathy, if there isn't a way to fully empathize the way you want someone to, then theres nothing anyone can do about it and you're simply asking for too much. be happy theres any empathy at all
>>9720346 >I don't think my alma mater has such a class. Did I get something wrong, or are you just triggered by the word "feminism"? well you jumped from feminism to "LGBT issues" to feminism to intersectional to race and then back to race again confused much?
i'm all for equal rights, but this stuff is getting out of hand. fuck safe spaces and privilege checking
>>9720351 you're a pathetic fucking faggot, the only men who acquiesce to women in order to please them are pathetic beta males. a woman wants a man, even a retarded mongoloid feminist - despite how much she tries to prove otherwise - wants a man. you're no man at all.
god you people are so fucking gay, asking /fa/ how to impress a feminist tumblr nigress because you're too lame to say what you think, thats the joke though: you dont even know what you think, you're so devoid of character you dont have an opinion, you stand for nothing. you're destined to be a beta orbiting loser your entire life.
thankfully weak pieces of shit like you wont breed.
>>9720376 Intersectionality describes the idea that you can't talk about feminism in a vacuum, that race, gender, economic situation, etc. are all at play. That may be true, but feminism has historically been blind to plenty of race issues.
Intersectionality is a good tool to raise awareness between different activists and advocates and to show solidarity. I know many people for whom the intersection of feminism and animal rights is a hot topic. It's really about all systems of domination and oppression.
and thats all you need to have memorized
i got it off reddit, it sounds smart. i dont really get the part about animal rights though?
I, a moderately left leaning individual, dated a sjw and eventually had to end it because of how taxing it was. Every single thing I did or said was constantly nitpicked as being offensive in some way, and every single discussion turned into an argument.
>>9720454 I've read quite a bit more of Butler's works than I have hooks, but hooks has the benefit of mechanically not being one of the worst writers I've read. I think Butler breaks every rule of writing Williams and Bizup ever put to print.
>>9720463 wow the story of ever beta leftwing losers life, the only males who are liberal are low test estrogenised faggots, its no surprise your insane cunt gf walked all over you lmao thats gonna be your life faggot, get used to it.
>>9720470 I think past Gender Trouble is when she starts getting very incoherent, but I haven't read in some time to really remember exactly what I had trouble with. The writing is akin to some post-structuralists in such a way that I feel as though she can could potentially be using that style as a means of disruption/subversion/etc. I should probably try reading her again....
>>9720288 >What could anyone's view of internalized racism be other than "It's bad." I'm not posting this as an SJW, but the above quote is a pretty good answer in this situation. if she keeps going on about it after that then just move on.
>>9720268 >i was a white man and told her what to do all the time and she always obeyed like this guy said
>>9720509 The problem is that your source is based around what women SAY, not necessarily what they do. I'm not saying that chart is entirely wrong, but >believing a woman's words that is some TRUE beta shit.
>>9720488 Her game is definitely a post-structuralist one, but I don't think she had quite the command of it as Foucault and Derrida did. But this isn't to say that she isn't worth reading, she is; I just think her writing could be cleaned up a bit without doing damage to her ideas.
>>9720534 i'm white. how can you even argue withe me? you date women, right? you talk about not being beta so you should know what i mean. don't judge a woman by what she says, judge on her actions. women are used to guys being clueless and they capitalize on it.
>>9720570 yeah because as much as the left right political paradigm as applied to government and subsidiary institutions is non constructive and only used to manipulate the broader populace, the moral and social implications of individuals who subscribe to one ideology or the other are very real.
liberals are stupid, intellectually bankrupt retards, whether i agree with the way in which their ideology is reflected politically is irrelevant.
ill put it in to plain terms because you're not so clever
>left/right two party system flawed and bad >people, although much more varied are still identifiable on a political spectrum >people who fall on the left, especially those who self identify as left(like the person i was responding to) are 100% stupid.
>>9720598 > The problem here is clear: these baseband processors and the proprietary, closed software they run are poorly understood, as there's no proper peer review. This is actually kind of weird, considering just how important these little bits of software are to the functioning of a modern communication device. You may think these baseband RTOS' are safe and secure, but that's not exactly the case. You may have the most secure mobile operating system in the world, but you're still running a second operating system that is poorly understood, poorly documented, proprietary, and all you have to go on are Qualcomm's Infineon's, and others' blue eyes.
The insecurity of baseband software is not by error; it's by design. The standards that govern how these baseband processors and radios work were designed in the '80s, ending up with a complicated codebase written in the '90s - complete with a '90s attitude towards security. For instance, there is barely any exploit mitigation, so exploits are free to run amok. What makes it even worse, is that every baseband processor inherently trusts whatever data it receives from a base station (e.g. in a cell tower). Nothing is checked, everything is automatically trusted. Lastly, the baseband processor is usually the master processor, whereas the application processor (which runs the mobile operating system) is the slave.
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