Skip to comments.Media Slam Rachel Dolezal for Comparing Gender and Race ‘Fluidity’ In New Book Interview
Posted on 04/06/2017 9:38:43 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Controversial race figure Rachel Dolezal is back in the news.
After her fall from grace, the self-described trans-racial professor and former NAACP chapter president is now out with an autobiography about her saga. And in following interviews, she continues to exasperate even the liberal media by comparing gender with race.
Just days after her books release, in a March 31 interview with Salon contributing editor Alli Joseph, Dolezal recalled that her story of identifying as a black woman broke around the same time as Caitlyn Jenners transition. Dolezal complained that race wasnt accepted like gender in America. [ ]
But many outraged liberals would disagree. Reprimanding Dolezals specious analogies, Daily Beast senior reporter Samantha Allen accused her not only of appropriating black culture, but also using the language of transgender identity.
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Both are equally ridiculous.
Actually racial fluidity makes a little more sense, besides aren’t we all “Out of Africa”, anyway?
Race is a social construct, they say.
But certainly race is more ‘fluid’ than gender. XX or XY chromosomes and the physical evidence that’s undeniable.
“When there are no absolutes to govern society, society becomes the absolute.” This fool is only parading her foolishness, why is that unusual when there are no absolutes? Yet we are forced to accept her facade of reality. Bullsh*t!
"I am have species dysphoria, I identify as a wolf."
"I am have age dysphoria, I identify as a 1-year-old baby."
"I am have height dysphoria, I identify as 6'2''."
"I am have racial dysphoria, I identify as black."
All sound crazy, but this:
"I am have gender dysphoria, I identify as a woman."
Somehow doesn't. Yeah, sure.
Doesn’t seem to be socially constructed to BLM, except in wannabe Shaun King’s case.
Do you think if I self identify as a native/indigenous person I could get into some of that lucrative casino money? I’ll just search around to see which tribe has the most casino money.
Yet they still think Shaun King (aka Talcum X) is the bee’s knees.
Yeah? Well I identify as the Emperor of Carthage (Carthage had emperors, didn’t they?) so the gov better give me a palace and lots of gold, or they’re raaassisss!
It’s only true if we identify ourselves by the content of our character. We are not sexual organs and we are not skins. Our meaning is not found in our flesh except for those lower in character and intelligence among us.
Glad you aren’t trapped in the Super Mario universe. How you’re able to transform that fellow into his “super” self boggles my mind.
Bottom line? Guilty.
Delozal never passes up an opportunity to step in it.
Why must people limit all this to gender and race?
People are already pushing identity choices to species, biological/mechanical (for instance, I occasionally self-identify as a helicopter), wealth (ditto, I often identify as a billionaire), and just plain identity (I am often someone else entirely).
There, you see? Isn’t that liberating?
We can all be someone else, or something else, every five minutes. And we can demand respect for our new identity with all the ferocity we like. And then we can switch identity and bite everyones heads off if they dont pick up on the change.
Living proof that insanity pays. An a book gig to boot.
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