Hello! Welcome to my blog, a Humble Social Justice Cleric. Here, I hope you’ll find some interesting thoughts about social activism both as a whole and in individual issues.
This will be a social justice page about all forms of structural oppression and institutional bias, (with the understanding that there is no “reverse” to any of these forms though there are very real backlashes), including (in no particular order):
- And any and all intersections of these institutions including Misogynoir and Transmisogyny.
*Okay, I lied a little, capitalism gets the priority focus in this blog, because I think it’s to blame for everything including all of the other oppressions, hang about to find out more about why! *wink wink*!
Aims in more detail:
I aim to be for people who have passion for true and free equality*. I left tumblr in order to empower the kind of people who want to create a more equal, fair, and free society. I aim to write about the nuances of social justice identity, divisions, and debates, highlighting the similarities that make up the core of justice beliefs to work out how we can all get along.
This is along with the occassional personal post, because apparently I’m not that serious about my theme, and sometimes posting a little rant just feels appropriate. You don’t have to read them.
If talk about activism sounds very serious and too extreme, that’s fine, but for many of us, that’s reality for the world we live in now, so if you’re not really that bothered about change, this page probably isn’t for you. If you want to learn more and are prepared to come in with an open mind however, I’m always happy to have a conversation, so feel free to leave a comment, because everyone has to start somewhere and you can’t get it right all the time!
As a white able-bodied cis person, I am societally privileged, and have done a lot of work to recognise this, but equality is always a process, so I hope to learn and grow as I build this site.
I aim not to tread upon anyone’s toes, and especially not those who have already been stepped on and spoken over too many times before.
I’m happy to change things if I’ve mistepped, and I aim to think about the implications of my writing as I go, but let me know in the comments if you feel I’ve failed or not made something clear.
I don’t believe it’s a challenge to create a respectful society beyond what exists today, if we all unite in creating it then I don’t believe anyone has to be left behind.
*Very Important Note: Do not confuse “equality” and “freedom” with “libertarian” or simple “liberal”, this page fully supports the ideals of Marxist communism (i.e not state communism), and is hence heavily socialist and pro-worker, and of punching nazi’s in the face.