Lindsay is part of a group of exceptional individuals that wants to sue YouTube.
They cry over everything. YouTube is about as lgbt friendly as you can get.
*YouTube deletes or demonitizes the videos of people they don't like*
Is she that stupid and narcissistic to think that people don’t watch her garbage YouTube channel because YouTube is discriminating against her?
It’s more impressive being part of a group that isn’t suing YouTube these days. #muhfarewage
I just mean that whatever YouTube thinks "fair" is (whether actually fair or not), they apply that "fairness" to everyone regardless of political affiliation. But point taken. YouTube is not really "fair" by anyone's reasonable measures.I get that Lindsay and frens are exceptional individuals and that suing youtube is a grayon-eater move in general, but let's not get ahead of ourselves here.
What? Are you implying some sort of double standard on the part of SJWs?This is so very gay. Like wtf. Here's the money shot though:
"The lawsuit states that YouTube’s “control and regulation of speech on YouTube has resulted in a chaotic cesspool where popular, compliant, top quality, and protected LGBTQ+ content is restricted, stigmatized, and demonetized as ‘shocking,’ ‘inappropriate,’ ‘offensive,’ and ‘sexually explicit,’ while homophobic and racist hatemongers run wild and are free to post vile and obscene content."
Of course they want freedom for me, restrictive rules for thee. They're just mad that YouTube is fair for everyone. When they instituted the new rules after the Carlos Maza bullshit, they hit everyone equally but as we know, SJWs don't do "equally".
While the text in the (satirical) meme is not a direct quote from Lindsay Amer, it indeed reflects the hypocritical fascism of the radical trans/anti-parent agenda. It is all around us - just ask Celine Dion, who herself is a passable trans woman.
That nununu stuff is some of the most twisted disturbing propaganda I've seen in a long time...I honestly don't know how any parent can view their Instagram and think it's in any way ok, or innocent (and yes, I agree about Celine)While the text in the (satirical) meme is not a direct quote from Lindsay Amer, it indeed reflects the hypocritical fascism of the radical trans/anti-parent agenda. It is all around us - just ask Celine Dion, who herself is a passable trans woman.
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To me, Nununu is what a children's clothing company would look like if it were run by two women who were heroin addicts.That nununu stuff is some of the most twisted disturbing propaganda I've seen in a long time...I honestly don't know how any parent can view their Instagram and think it's in any way ok, or innocent (and yes, I agree about Celine)
This is what really really burns my bacon about this stuff
You don’t understand, they want to force kids to be taught lgbt garbage and force people into accepting their mental illnesses. They’re perfectly fine with fascism when it supports them.This is what really really burns my bacon about this stuff
You cannot whinge and whine, and demand 'acceptance' and free speech for yourself/cause whilst rabidly attacking others for their own opinions and seeking to have them shut down by law
I honestly struggle to understand why these morons fail to see that their actions are the definition of fascism, what they believe they are fighting against!
She has absolutely no idea how to convey messages to children. She consulted no one. She lacks the understanding that three-year-olds need material presented to them in a certain way. In Amer's dumbshit brain, toddlers are supposed to immediately comprehend every multi-syllabic buzzword she vomits and them because her set is decorated like an infantilization fetish video.Has she had any training when it comes to working with Children. Whatever about the message she's trying to get across I don't think the videos would actually hold a child's attention. There's a science to doing programing for children. Programs like Sesame street follow very carefully worked out formulas, that are based around children. Those videos rather, seem designed to have children adjust to them.
I've watched a couple of them, and I get the impression that they're actually partly targeted towards adults, as in they're what a certain type of adult thinks kids would watch.
I don't believe either would leave the kids with fond memories.If I had to choose a Lindsay to babysit a child for 48 hours, I would pick Ellis without hesitation.
She hates kids, but she would just pop on a few Disney movies and leave the kid be. The worst thing she would do is get drunk and let the kid hurt itself.
Amer is way too interested in children and teaching them about their private parts and what they should be thinking and doing about them. She wouldn't leave the kid to play quietly, she'd butt into Barbie playtime and make the Barbies lesbians, or shave one of their heads and call it a nonbinary Barbie, or lecture the kid on how wrong it is to even own a Barbie. She'd grab the kid's favorite soft toy and turn it into the new Teddy in a sick puppet show about gender and drag queens and Islam. At bedtime she'd sing the kid a lullaby about dreaming about a world where all Nazis get punched and the patriarchy is burned to the ground.