This is what you asked for:
“Can you point to a single outlet that supported Schilling for those postings?”
These are quotes from the articles I shared:
“I’m not saying that ESPN should just stick to sports, but I am saying that if you decide to allow political opinions to flourish from your network’s stars that you shouldn’t neuter all conservative opinion and allow liberal political opinion to advance unchecked. That’s not a marketplace of ideas, that’s a totalitarian government. Those with liberal opinions are rewarded and allowed to speak freely, those with conservative opinions are told to keep their mouths shut.”
That is supporting Schilling.
“Schilling said the network’s alleged liberal bent has only gotten worse since he was dumped last year for commenting about North Carolina’s transgender bathroom law, he said. Schilling would prefer ESPN come clean about its own political biases.
“I don’t care that they do it. What I care about is that they lie about it. ESPN fires me for apparently being intolerant because I was actually commenting around the fact men should use the men’s room and women should use the women’s room.”
That is supporting Schilling. They sought him out for a quote and depict him as a victim.
He wasn’t simply “expressing an opinion”. He shared an offensive photo. That’s akin to equating someone saying they are pro-life and someone sharing photos of dismembered fetuses. The opinion might be the same but one is going to be a lot more divisive. That’s not rocket science. Schilling is, at least in theory, an adult.
You included the copyright information with your medical definition. The last date was 2002.
That seems a bit sexist and ageist, but let’s imagine, for just a second, they are.
At 4, that’s normal. She’s fallen in the toilet before. Her brother also used the toilet with help at 4. But thank you for implying it’s sexist and ageist to teach toddlers how to go to the bathroom without getting shit all over them.
Would you like to continue to demonstrate how ignorant you are?
One final thing:
Also, what about co-ed locker rooms in middle and high schools. Do you support this or are you a bigot?
I’m not sure. I’d have to study how middle and high schools are right now. But I do have to point out that girls already have their choices and activities curtailed a lot on behalf of boys. Girls have gotten suspended for wearing sleeveless dresses to dances. We have our shorts measured. Even when we are not nude, we are punished for being girls, to protect us, as if boys are animals that might tear us to pieces if they see a bra strap.
That doesn’t keep us safe. I have a lot of understanding for Gavin. The way we treat teenage girls is demeaning and awful. You seem to think that’s a feature, not a bug. Treating us all like human beings would be a huge improvement.