“Privilege” is a weaponised term used to target people

“Privilege” is a weaponised term used to target people

Study finds upper-class people attribute achievements to hard work when faced with evidence of class privilege”

https://www.psypost.org/2020/07/study-finds-upper-class-people-attribute-achievements-to-hard-work-when-faced-with-evidence-of-class-privilege-57301

The above research paper made a total balls-up of understanding the issue regarding the concept of “privilege” in the classes, and I want to discuss the obvious errors here.

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Africa in Black & White

Africa in Black & White

The above photo clearly shows the division of equity still prevalent in South Africa.
We can assume whites live on the left, and blacks live in the ghetto on the right.

How is this inequality still so prevalent today in Africa? Why does nothing ever improve for black Africans? Is it all the fault of whites?

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The Anatomy of “White Privilege”

The Anatomy of “White Privilege”

White people are afraid to pull the plaster off . . .

If you are white, and you actually believe “white privilege” is a thing in 2020, then you might be regurgitating generalisation-buzzwords without having considered the underlying reason beneath why you assume everything is the fault of your skin colour.

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Identity Politics – Gender

Identity Politics – Gender

TL;DR – Gender Binary is a biological and universal fact. No ifs or buts will change that.

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Trans & Genderfluid culture faces an issue that is being ignored

Trans & Genderfluid culture faces an issue that is being ignored

Introduction to this post

I started looking into the Trans and Gender issue last year after I got in an argument on social media due to my views on it. Continue reading

The Myth of Male Power

The Myth of Male Power

The Myth of Male Power

Below are links to an audio podcast of an interview with Warren Farrell, the author of the book “The Myth of Male Power” (Interview host – Tom Howard).
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I do not support Organised Religions and here is why…

I do not support Organised Religions and here is why…

Secular Society & Our Freedom of Speech

I live in a secular country, Australia. By definition secular means I am free to believe in any religion that I want, but I am also free not to believe. Continue reading

Conflict Resolution Method: Talking from the ā€œIā€

Conflict Resolution Method: Talking from the ā€œIā€

Conflict is often caused by the language we use, not the subject.

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