why is this so hard?
Freddie deBoer

It’s hard, because most of these arguments are made by social justice warriors who haven’t thought their position out, haven’t considered the pros and cons. These arguments that are are generally so flimsy that they can’t stand up to the weight of the slightest criticism or nuance.

Their defense is therefore to shut down any criticism whatsoever.

It is, in fact, criticism that is the heart of the matter. These folks simply don’t want to be criticized. At all. Ever.

Behind every talking point you’ve made in your article is a group that doesn’t want their beliefs questioned. That’s not how productive discourse works. “Just believe what I say, and don’t question it” is never a valid argument.

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