The London School of Economics Students’ Union “Women’s Campaign” Feminist Retarders Rising..
Feminist Retarders Rising.
Not just “jazz hands, but “feminist
One does have to wonder just what level or any efforts were made to stop these lunatics from growing into mindless, classical loonies, while they were growing up ?
Here we have another example of their urge for “change” just for the sake of change. While they are at it, they MUST also have a ‘VICTIM”, not just any victim but THE victim hood princess, of course.
Last word to Christine Rouselle: As a woman, feminist, and someone who has struggled mightily with anxiety, I think the “feminist jazz hands” request is more troubling than anything else.
Ofcourse she does. She has issues with everything obviously, so why not seek some help ? That would be too obvious. Better to change the behaviour of everyone else than change one’s own behaviour. A typical self-centered feminist, with that typical “It’s ALL about Me” female mentality..
Here’s an idea, you pathetic child, Rouselle –
A person who is that disturbed by clapping should seek therapy and medication first and foremost. They desperately need some sort of mental health care. Yes. These sort of people do require first-hand attention.
Only women are ever victims. Even children abused by them are not declared to being victims but the classed as the result of the victim’s issues and problems, that the poor dear faces unlike anyone else.
WHO DOESN’T LIKE JAZZ HANDS?
Tim Blair – Thursday, March 26, 2015 (6:49am)
Hyphenated British feminist students defend their fantastic conference decision to wave jazz hands rather than applaud:Delegates have told Newsbeat “it’s a nice way to show solidarity”.Nona Buckley-Irvine is general secretary at the London School of Economics Students’ Union.She told Newsbeat: ”Jazz hands are used throughout NUS in place of clapping as a way to show appreciation of someone’s point without interrupting or causing disturbance, as it can create anxiety.“I’m relatively new to this and it did feel odd at first, but once you’ve used jazz hands a couple of times it becomes a genuinely nice way to show solidarity with a point and it does add to creating a more inclusive atmosphere.”You know what’s really good for reducing anxiety? Ironing.LSE SU women’s officer Gee Linford-Grayson agreed: “As someone who is new to the NUS conference culture it surprised me at first, but actually within a few rounds of jazz hands applause it began to make a lot of sense, as loud clapping and whooping can be intimidating and distracting when you’re speaking on stage.“Plus who doesn’t like jazz hands?!”Probably the handless, you exclusionist monster. It turns out that the National Union of Students’ jazz hands request came about following this suggestion from Oxford University’s Women’s Campaign:Please can we ask people to stop clapping but do feminist jazz hands? It’s triggering some peoples’ anxiety. Thank you!Not just jazz hands, but feminist jazz hands! That’s a whole other category. Let the epic mockery continue, including a parody Twitter feed and examination of the National Union of Students’ insane demands. Last word to Christine Rouselle:As a woman, feminist, and someone who has struggled mightily with anxiety, I think the “feminist jazz hands” request is more troubling than anything else. A person who is that disturbed by clapping should seek therapy and medication first and foremost. They desperately need some sort of mental health care.Yes. These sort of people do require first-hand attention.
And here is the proof that stupidity runs rife in that oxymoron “male” feminists as they are prevalent on this video.
Mindless manginas and losers..