How should we make sure that we don't take on an irrational victim complex?

February 15, 2020
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There's been plenty of discussion about feminists' victim complexes involving subjects like "manspreading", air conditioning, etc. Tradcons aren't any better. They think that pride flags are attacks on heterosexuality, the phrase "happy holidays" is an attack on Christianity, and casting a black person as Random Crowd Member #4 is an attack on whiteness. In my experience MRAs and other men's advocates also suggest they're frequent victims, but to me they're fairly accurate compared to other movements. I suspect I'm a bit biased though.

Is there anything in particular we should do to make sure we don't take meaningless things out of proportion?

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Title How should we make sure that we don't take on an irrational victim complex?
Author thereslcjg2000
Upvotes 39
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Date February 15, 2020 5:59 AM UTC (1 year ago)
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