It's just another way to shit all over men for existing and it pretends that women can't be just as, if not more, toxic. The people that spout this shit have never seen a catfight involving one woman ripping out the other's fingernails because the latter made a snarky comment about what the former was wearing. They've never seen girls completely sabotage each other in the workplace or emotionally manipulate young vulnerable girls into having irrational expectations about how they should look and dress.
Everyone has the potential to be a shitty awful person with problems they need to sort out. But labeling it all on masculinity doesn't solve the problem and will more likely just piss people off than finding a solution.
“Speciesism”. A term that was coined by vegans. It basically means that humans and animals are equal and therefore, shouldn’t say anything “demeaning” like “kill two birds with one stone” because all animals are innocent (according to some vegans)
“Authentic”. Not in the literal sense with food. I’m talking about those self-important celebrities, YouTubers, social media users that use this when trying to seem “relatable” and “real”. Oddly enough, the people that use this word a lot, and words similar, for themselves are probably the fakest, most insincere people around.
I’m holding out for 2020 being the return to sanity when the term goes obsolete. Hopefully 2019 will see it die."current year"
It creates a bigger victim complex. Also, if the person is referring to themselves as “my body” rather than “myself”, it’s a way to eschew responsibility.But you know what I can’t stand? Referring to people as “bodies”, like “violence against black and brown or trans bodies” or whatever. Why do people even do this?