• Jase Rival

No One's Oppressing Your Race, Gender, or Sexuality; You're Just an Asshole & No One Likes You.

Victimhood: In an era where a lot of people have too much time on their hands, and not enough attention, the Internet at large seems to be some kind of oppression Olympics where people, usually who are politically to the Left in their ideology, blame all their problems on their race, their skin color, their sexuality – or on the skin color of others (If we’re talking white people, which the Left seems to hate fervently).

Honestly, one of the reasons I took a brief sabbatical from writing is it’s exhausting to have to read this bullshit constantly. It’s exhausting every day is a new “oppression,” a new “victimhood.” The “flavor-of-the-week-I’m-oppressed” narrative is boring, tired, and frankly pretentious and annoying. No one likes people who whine about how oppressed they are constantly. People can only take so much before they’re screaming at you to “shut the fuck up,” and that’s probably a big reason people do it online so much. They have a proverbial safety net, unlike doing it in real life where someone is likely to tell them just that.


Has it ever occurred to you that it’s not that you’re a woman, a black person, a gay, a transgender, etc? Has it occurred to you that maybe, just maybe you’re an asshole?


The best example of when this truly hit critical mass, might be Hillary Clinton’s shortcomings in the 2016 presidential election. This candidate was so horrid that the country en masse elected the flawed-yet-blunt Donald Trump. Trump’s appeal to the populists notwithstanding, another huge reason for Trump’s victory was the fact that he was far too blunt to condescend you with obvious nonsense. Hillary Clinton was flawed in every way and fully represented a corrupt establishment. As a result, anyone that rallied behind her (see also: all of Hollywood) was outed as being corrupt as well, and thus the well was forever tainted; we would take nothing these people said seriously ever again (not that we took them seriously to begin with), and that was that.



Hillary would primarily blame her loss on misogyny and the toxicity of white males in this country. It’s never once occurred to her she’s just not a likable person. Hillary Clinton has two modes: Cackling, and Sneering. Neither is very endearing to anyone. Likewise, Kamala Harris, who shares pretty much every one of Hillary's negative traits, had to latch on to the Biden administration to get ahead because she embodies those same qualities. During the campaign at some point Trump bluntly called Hillary a “nasty woman.” Hillary ran with the comment as a compliment of sorts. But it isn’t, and it will never be. Being a “nasty woman” has no appeal to a rational person. It only has appeal to other NASTY women and outright crazy people. It’s not something to be proud of; it would be like being happy to smell badly and make people retch every time you came near them.


It’s not that you’re women. It’s that you are TERRIBLE women; same goes for Elizabeth Warren. People who paid attention didn’t dislike Tulsi Gabbard, who was personable, reasonable, able to discuss her opinions with her political opposition with nuance and made a conscious effort to not look like a Sea Harpy, which is why the media establishment buried her right away. I’m not saying you have to try to make people like you, if you’re a woman – just… don’t be an asshole. It’s pretty simple. Most people in the world base their assertions on ANYONE, not on race, color, sexuality, but whether or not you’re an asshole towards them. Guess what? Being as rotten as possible towards people won’t endear them to you.



Recently USA Women’s Soccer Team member Megan Rapinoe, who is both liberal and an out Lesbian, gave a speech at the White House about “equal pay,” and how she’s been “disrespected and dismissed” because she’s a woman. Lady, you’re literally making more money than I will ever make, and you’re speaking at the White House. This is the epitome of privilege and you have the nerve to complain you don’t make enough money – in the middle of a pandemic, where small businesses are collapsing and where the middle class is becoming the low class, you have the audacity to sit up there, even though everyone knows your face and name (and lord knows I wish I didn’t know either), and complain you’ve got it badly in life?


Fuck. You.


And that “fuck you” doesn’t just go to Rapinoe. It goes to the Brie Larsons, the Chrissy Teigens, the virtue signalers of the Hollywood Elite and media establishment. You don’t know the ugly side of life, and if you ever did, you’ve forgotten it because it is a luxury. Don’t sit here lecturing me on how bad you have it because you’re a woman in an age where literally every other post on the Internet is demonizing men, especially white men and trying to diminish and degrade us and our role in society. You tell us we’re the problem, we’re bad but then demand we spend 12.99 on Onlyfans to see your buttholes? Yeah, I can’t make money that way. Get bent. When a cop stops me, I get the ticket; I don’t get a warning. Privilege is a myth, and it’s a matter of perspective. That is why these idiots think they’re oppressed; they can’t see the forest from the trees, and they forgot the forest is a nasty place to EVERYONE, so FUCK YOU and your little gated communities.



It also makes me laugh that the LGBT community loves to play “oppression,” when companies mercilessly virtue signal to them through ad campaigns, to changing their logo to a rainbow in June, and constantly talking about how “accepted” it is. It’s more accepted than being straight these days because – much like the women demonize the men the gay and transgender communities, especially at liberal rags like Vox, Vice, Buzzfeed, etc. LOVE to write articles on how you’re a bad person if you’re straight (or as they like to say cisgendered). You have actual wokescolds angry if you’re a straight person that has no sexual desire to be intimate with a transsexual identifying as the opposite of your gender. I’m not transphobic. Phobic implies a fear. I’m trans-apathetic which means “I don’t care about you, I don’t care about your gender, I don’t care what you identify as, just leave me the fuck out of it.” And that’s the problem. These people can’t live and let live. They feel acceptance involves FORCING it into you. No, when you try to force someone to come to your way of thinking you do not breed tolerance; you breed contempt. People don’t like being made to do things. People were a lot more tolerant of the LGBTQ community before it was forcibly shoved by everyone’s throats by people DEMANDING you accept them.




Ellen/Eliot Page is another great example. Am I supposed to think that what Page did is stunning or brave? No. You whined about how gay people were oppressed when you came out as gay, and now that that’s not “oppressed enough” you went transgender, had “top surgery” when you really didn’t have breasts in the first place, then come out looking like the Virgin vs. Chad meme, and you expect to be taken seriously? It’s liberal women especially who shame men for being short. If you transitioned to being a man, you’re now a 5’1 MAN so no one is going to take you remotely seriously. I’m looking down on you figuratively AND literally because I don’t believe you had gender dysphoria at all and only did this because it’s a “trendy” thing to do and you are a mentally ill person who is DESPERATE for attention. Page doesn’t get a round of applause from me because it’s the biggest “wow, I really don’t give a shit; nothing of value was lost” moment that the media has forced me to know about in a long time.


Why are you yelling? Why are you demanding? I didn’t have a problem with you before. I didn’t dislike you before. You are disliked not because of your sexuality but because of your attitude about it and your belief that you are entitled to something from me. Respect is earned, not freely given, for all people.


Here’s some knowledge for you as a Hispanic person. I don’t want to be treated better or worse for my skin color. True equality is not kissing my ass or talking about how brave I am for simply existing as a person of color – in fact, I find that condescending and more racist than simply leaving it as a non-issue. I mentioned this point when I wrote about Warner Bros making Supergirl Hispanic for their movies, that it does not represent me, and it is gross arrogance to state or to think you are doing this for me. You’re doing it for you. “LET ME SHOW YOU HOW NOT RACIST I AM BY DOING THIS” comes off more racist and more insincere than leaving it alone. Now the flavor of the week are Asians, due to a situation involving a mass shooting in Atlanta where several Asian people were killed, despite the shooter himself saying that it had nothing to do with race and everything to do with him just being a creepy unstable person.



When you post a yellow block to “show solidarity” with Asians, that comes off as so much more condescending because calling an Asian YELLOW is a racial slur in and of itself. What the hell is wrong with these virtue-signaling liberal assholes? Why did you think this was a good idea? You sit there and you think in your own mind “I’M HELPING!” No, you’re making everything a lot worse, just like when you removed Aunt Jemima and the Washington Redskins and the Native American from the Land-O-Lakes packaging. All you did was remove minority cultural icons from packaging. You REMOVED representation. You did not create any equality.


Ultimately, the people demanding “equality” need to stop and realize that we ARE all on an equal playing field, but that also means that you have an equal opportunity to annoy people, get on the bad side of people, and be held accountable for your tantrums – when you expect pity, no one feels sorry for you because frankly no one has time for that. We all have bigger problems, and many of us have our priorities straight. If the worst problem you have is that there “weren’t enough black people on an episode of Seinfeld,” or “there aren’t enough gay people in a Disney movie,” you don’t have enough real problems to worry about. You don’t have enough bills to pay, enough tasks to accomplish, enough people who depend on you to get a job or a chore done.


Having the TIME to worry about whether or not people agree with your opinions on race, gender, and sexuality – THAT is privilege. So instead of worrying about mine, maybe you need to check yours.