2nd EDIT: I noticed some broken images and I corrected my spelling of Netania’s name. Oh, and something I missed — she isn’t a Trump supporter, but doesn’t have the same irrational hatred for him that liberals, including Sebastian Stan himself, have for the Bad Orange Man.

Remember kids, Orange Man Bad!

Edit: I updated the Instagram link with the correct post.

So I had a huge crush on the actor Sebastian Stan. I was looking him up on Tumblr when I discovered something that I found a little interesting.

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Now the comment by itself wouldn’t be so bad, but it was what the Tumblrina said that kind of worried me. I thought to myself, “Oh god, he’s not another one of those psycho nutjob leftist like his buddy and Captain America co-star Chris Evans, is he?” …

To be honest, I can’t really laugh at this. So, the director of the film Desire has gone on record defending the scene, claiming that the mothers of the two actresses were on set when it was filmed, and that the girls didn’t know what they were doing, exactly. There is even, supposedly, a “making of” program showing how the scene was filmed.

I had wanted to bring this up in the earlier post, but didn’t want to edit it, as I’d have to edit the Medium post too, and I’m lazy. I am not proud of that. …

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This has been a story for a couple of days, and it has gone just as you would expect it to have gone. Leftists ignore it, and those that don’t ignore it (a tiny minority) claim that there’s nothing wrong with it. People who call themselves right-wingers are saying that this is a nothingburger, and that we’re all a bunch of hopeless prudes, because children are sexual beings, doncha know?

I am, of course, talking about a film called Desire. It is available on Netflix for US users. Allegedly, the film’s opening scene depicts a very young girl — ten or eleven years old — riding a pillow as if it were a horse, and having an orgasm, of which sparks concern in her sister, who calls for her mother. …

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Featured image By Marc NL at English Wikipedia (Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons.) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

This is mostly a rhetorical question, but seriously, what is wrong with these people?

I’m sure you know all about the separation-of-families immigration hoax that the media’s been pushing for the past week and a half. I am not going to debunk it — instead, I will link to two blog posts that do an excellent job of explaining just exactly what is going on and why the media is pushing this bogus story so hard: Democrats and Media are Lying: Behind the Phony ‘Family Separation’ Propaganda by Robert Stacy McCain and 13 Facts the Media Pros Don’t Want You To Know About Border Children by John Nolte at Breitbart. …


I’ve had a really rough week, but today is a momentous day for me. Sure, I got into my first really nasty fight on Gab, and I feel deeply ashamed about how I acted (but I am not ashamed of the opinions I expressed), and it made me supremely depressed because it happened so close to today, but…that was two days ago, and despite some electoral setbacks, we’re still doing pretty well.

So, today MAGA 2020 & Beyond has been released. It is also the one year anniversary of Trump’s Presidential victory. I am now, officially, a published author. Yay! The publisher of the anthology, Superversive Press, made the above graphic to celebrate. Each story has its own graphic, and the one above is mine. Now that I think about it, I wish I had submitted a better-written blurb, but oh well. …

Mental illness sucks. I don’t want to admit that I have a mental illness. Admitting it in public scares the shit out of me, to be honest. I have social anxiety disorder. I also have a retail job. I am deeply humiliated to have a retail job, despite being repeatedly told that I should be grateful to have a job.

For someone like me, working retail is an unending nightmare. I can’t handle meeting new people, and meeting them while in a subservient position just makes everything worse.

Nobody in the United States has any respect for retail workers. Let’s face it. You know it’s true. I’m already insecure, already terrified of the public at large and now I’m looked at as if I were scum. …

I am in between jobs. Not happy about it, but there it is. Just a few days ago, I got an email with the subject line “JOB OFFER.” The sender was merely someone named Recruiting Officer.

The email claimed to have seen my resume published on Glassdoor.com. I do indeed have one published there and have been applying for jobs through there and a great deal of other places.

Several things should have tipped me off. First, that the email did not mention a specific job, nor did it list a job title. Second, the name of the company offering this job was not listed in the email. Third, the email was not well written; it was riddled with spelling, punctuation and formatting errors. …

Elaine Arias

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