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Catgirls Turned Me into an Anti-SJW

Catgirls Turned Me into an Anti-SJW

There was once a point where I considered myself a social justice warrior, but now I am an anti-SJW. Being a social justice warrior was an unpleasant phase the more I think about it. I recall those college years where I learned about the random concepts that are so (widely) understood these days, or so people think. Racism. Bigotry. White privilege. The works. I could tell you everything you would want to know about how to be a social justice…

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Yellow Insensitivity Part 2

Yellow Insensitivity Part 2

Here we go again. Are modern journalists losing their ability to walk on eggshells when the situation calls for it, especially with recent controversial events? What happened to getting the facts straight? But in the person’s defense, it was technically an honest mistake. A lot of Asian countries do use the surnames first, and not many people realize that Korean names often have “parts” to them. Regardless, poor judgment is poor judgment no matter how you want to look at…

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Yellow Insensitivity

Yellow Insensitivity

Do not let the CollegeHumor icon in the bottom corner fool you – this was in fact a real headline for ESPN.com, which was quickly taken down once the network realized how offensive the pun was to Asian-Americans. Unless people have been living under a rock, sports fans from all walks of life have been proudly stricken with LINSANITY for the Asian sensation that is Jeremy Lin.

Diversity FTW

Diversity FTW

As I was trying to crank out more pages for my comic book script, I realized I had specific ethnicities in mind for some characters. To a certain extent, part of me wanted to justify that certain races are underrepresented out there, and it was kind of like I was doing an ethnic group a favor by showcasing them. However, then I started to think about how so many things pursue “diversity” for the mere sake of it. It made…

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