Two nights ago I posted an article to our Facebook page that listed tweets in response to some sort of White Man March. My first reaction upon coming across it for the first time, as I think most most people’s would be, was not so much what is this as why is this. My second was to ascertain that the tweets were in fact funny so that I could share them on social media and use them as a hook to create discussion [which they did not, but what are you going to do].
In coming up with today’s Shame Day post the march came to mind, but it dawned on me that I knew literally nothing about it besides the fact that the internet thought it was ridiculous.
I did what I consider to be the bare amount of research possible and determined that, yes, the White Man March is indeed worthy of its own Shame Day post. Continue reading
Posted in America, bizarreness, race, Shame Day
Tagged anti-White, antisemitism, attacked, civil rights, cry me a river, destruction, discrimination, disenfranchised, disgusting, diversity, genocide, harmful, ideas, Kyle Hunt, neo-nazi, pro-White, race, racism, racist, shame day, skinhead, Straight Pride, White genocide, White Man March, White Pride
Look at that image on the right. Look at it. Falling back on that whole idea that “a picture is worth a thousand words” that should really be all I need to present to make the point that child beauty pageants are really not a good thing.
I like to fall back on facts, though, so I went out of my way to Google the words “how child beauty pageant facts” and clicked on an article helpfully titled “5 reasons child pageants are bad for kids.”
This article had some pretty standard stuff like how these girls are too young to refuse and how they’re clearly being sexualized through these pageants [I’ll be referring to the latter article again later]. What surprised me the most was their fourth reason, which was that hair spray can actually act as a hormone disruptor and stunt growth or cause lung cancer. Continue reading
Posted in bizarreness, Europe, Fame Day, health, sex
Tagged ban, child beauty pageants, children, Fame Day, France, hair spray, harmful, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, hormone disruptor, negative effects, sexualization