DeaDGoDXIV t1_jd2ux6n wrote

TL;DR if you're LGBT the right will only defend you if you're holding anti LGBT views, and even then only to support their own anti LGBT stance

Now who's not making sense? Fun Fact: the right only likes LGBT folk when we have ideals that align with theirs, and even then won't hesitate to throw us under the bus as sacrifice. The right loved that disgusting pervert Milo Y. (I don't know or care how to spell his last name) because he was a gay man that loudly championed against equality. We kept calling him out for being a disgusting perv and the right called us homophobic, then they found out he defended pederasty and they couldn't be like "Milo who? We never liked that f..." fast enough


DeaDGoDXIV t1_jd0cfzg wrote

Don't you know, according to the right you're being homophobic or transphobic if you call out a homosexual or trans person for having shit ideals, even if no where in your criticism is any issue with the person's sexuality. But it's not homophobic or transphobic to try and deny familial rights to homosexuals and trans men and women who want to marry and start families.


DeaDGoDXIV t1_j7j69zh wrote

Exactly, while these services have some staff that do reevaluations,most of the moderation is based on picking up words, phrases, music, etc. and act in the way they're programmed: flag, ban, ignore...and it's easier for them to pull the content and have the channel owner(s) submit a ticket to be reviewed by humans.


DeaDGoDXIV t1_j57q710 wrote

I read the article, which they're telling everyone else to (because they didn't read it, likely). It never identified the teacher as anything but a teacher, no name, no reference to race. The only reference to race in the article is about the makeup of the student body, which the article says is majority black and Hispanic.