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I support angry, rude and generally "impolite" disabled people πŸ’–

I support angry, rude and generally "impolite" queer people πŸ’–

I support angry, rude and generally "impolite" trans people πŸ’–

I support angry, rude and generally "impolite" PoC πŸ’–

I support angry, rude and generally "impolite" black women πŸ’–

I support ALL angry, rude and generally "impolite" marginalized people πŸ’–

There will be no tone policing, gaslighting, erasing, identity-denying, manipulating or any type of toxic behavior on my watch! πŸ›‘οΈπŸ›‘οΈπŸ—‘οΈπŸ—‘οΈ

Being able to be offended by (fellow) marginalized people being loud and defensive is one heck of a privilege!!

@funnypanja "I'm mad as hell, and I am not going to take it anymore" <from the 1976 movie "Network">

@JigmeDatse if I weren't supporting you, like any other disabled person, I wouldn't be trying to constructively criticize your way of thinking around disabledness. Critizising someone has nothing to do with not supporting them, quite the opposite. We need to be critizised in order to grow. πŸŒ»πŸ’•

@funnypanja I don't believe you understand "constructive criticism." You figure that if you are criticizing someone for being "repressive" that is by definition "constructive criticism."

In fact, I'm not entirely sure that outside of CBT it is fair to say that constructive criticism exists.

Constructive criticism (even though I am not sure it's a real thing) involves providing some *constructive* comment, not simple criticism. All you've provided is criticism.

@JigmeDatse I've explained my reasoning and provided more fitting language you could use instead. How is that not constructive?

Why do you think constructive criticism is not a thing outside of CBT?

@funnypanja Um, I saw you "explain" from the perspective of, "You are just wrong, and this is why," I saw *no* explanation of how you would recommend distinguishing people who are successful (making $100,000 year or more), who explain that they understand your life (when you are making 1/10th that) is like, and if you just followed their instructions it would be fine.

You've provided on *two* occasions one word questions.

You've *never* explained your understanding of what I've said.

@JigmeDatse if that's what you saw, your bias against me must be pretty high. Again, I provided the alternative viewpoint of passing privilege. In regards to income, class privilege would also come into play.

What is wrong about that?

I've said, multiple times now, that I believe your phrasing is erasing other people's struggles, that is my understanding.

CWs are good... Criticism, CBT 

CWs are good... Criticism, CBT 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... Calling out abusive behavior 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... Calling out abusive behavior 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

Constructive Criticism (using CWs is a good thing)... 

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