I remember seeing that page and me being like:In case you need any more evidence of just how slanted TV Tropes is in favor of everything SJW and ultra-left leaning, look no further than their page on The New Tens:
This section covers the real life events such as politics, society, and current events that occurred in this decade. Due to many of these events covering controversial subjects, no real life related tropes and Rule of Cautious Editing Judgment …tvtropes.org
A few choice parts:
"The Harvey Weinstein scandal have brought forth the #MeToo Movement that addressed the prevalence of sexual abuse and sexual harassment in modern society, particularly against women note . The movement was the final nail that killed off the notion that the victims of sexual abuse were either just asking for it or doing it as "power play" (although attitudes have been changing in that direction for year prior). The hashtag has also brought a lot of international recognition in various places around the world where violence against women are relatively common such as Africa, Middle East, Afghanistan, India, and Russia, which the #MeToo further expand into the issue of misogyny in society that encourages sexual violence against women. Many women in various social platforms shared their stories of sexual abuse on Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit, some of which are abuse and harassment that occurred decades ago. "
"The decade saw a backlash among men against overtly masculine aspects, leading to the popularization of the terms "softboy" and "toxic masculinity". On the other hand, fourth-wave feminism in the Anglosphere condemned the raunchy "do-me" stance of third-wave feminism, adopting a more feminine face, while continuing to reclaim concepts once held as stereotypes and slurs. The fourth-wave's extreme popularity among young women and female celebrities along with its use of social media also led to the terms "millennial feminism", "pop feminism" and "hashtag feminism". After being criticized for painting women as delicate beyond all the talk of empowerment and ignoring working-class, LBT (particularly trans) and non-white women (apart from being blamed for worsening relations between men and women in general) especially after the rise of the #MeToo movement, late 2010s-era feminism began to focus on questioning gender conventions the same way both feminism overseas and "new masculinity" had done for much of the decade."
"While the student protesters may have not have been given the warmest reception from the hard-right, they did seem to finally break the stalemate on gun politics that has persisted since Columbine. According to search trends and news analytics, public interest in the topic of gun control, which normally dies down after a shooting in less than a week, remained steady throughout the rest of February. Support for stricter gun laws surged in the aftermath at a level far exceeding the bump following other mass shootings, reaching their highest levels since 1993. Meanwhile, the National Rifle Association, the gun rights group largely seen as the main obstacle preventing all legislation regulating gun ownership from passing, saw their favorability rating plunge to historic lows with a plurality of Americans seeing them unfavorably for the first time, and their sponsors (such as Visa, Best Western, and Delta) severed ties with them in droves after a progressive news blog reported on them and pressure mounted on the companies. Popular stores like Dick's stopped selling guns and Republican politicians, like Brian Mast of a district near Parkland, became more open to some gun control proposals. Gun-control groups like Everytown and Giffords saw their membership spike. And as for the protests themselves? There were two mass school walkouts with nearly 3,000 schools and one million students participating. The March For Our Lives main event, meanwhile, was reported to be the third-largest protest in U.S. history, behind only the two Women's Marches (with the March 14 walkout said to potentially be in fourth). While Emma Gonzalez's pledge of the Parkland shooting being "the last mass shooting" hasn't come true (there was another mass shooting at a high school in Texas three months later), there is growing evidence that the movement will have implications at the ballot box in November, as 2018 became the first time ever that gun control was a major campaign issue for Democrats. And it did, as gun control supporters won big in suburban areas who previously were indifferent to this issuenote ."
Yeah, talk about bias. And that's not even getting into the section about Trump, which seems to suggest that they think that the Democrats are taking back control and are far more morally righteous. Here's just one sample:
"The election of Donald Trump has caused the rise of Right-Wing Militia Fanatic groups (also known as the "alt-right"), including gun absolutists, anti-abortion and anti-LGBT extremists, neo-Confederates, white identitarians, extreme misogynists, and even Klansmen and Neo-Nazis. Many of their activities and rallies have become more mainstream in American politics, and some of them have resulted in violence (such as the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally mentioned above). One of the major factors of this has been the support of Donald Trump from many of these groups and Mr. Trump's hesitance, if not outright refusal, to disavow their support or condemn their activities, with the few "condemnations" that he has given widely being seen as forced and insincere (especially since they usually involved deflection towards other groups on the political left). Not helping the matter is that the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI under the Trump administration have shifted their resources to dealing with "antifa" and Islamic terrorism instead of white supremacist terrorism despite the fact that Americans are much more likely to be killed by far-right terrorism than any far-left or Islamic terrorism. Far-left terrorism is a relatively rare and recent phenomenon, with antifa groups mostly avoiding the use of life-threatening weapons like guns or vehicles (especially in North America); meanwhile Islamic terrorism, despite its frequency in Europe, has been very sporadic in the United States."
Notice anything off about the descriptions?
The amount of delusions in that page is just . Just what the fuck are they babbling about. Also people on their political forums are immediately banned if they're right leaning or worse being neutral, claiming their conservatives in disguise. To think i used to browse that site all the way back in 2013....