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originally posted by: Agit8dChop
2 news items today made me shake my head wondering what kind of future the current #allaboutmyfeelings mentality is creating
An article in today's news paper
How has this even become a social justice needing action? If your job opening is high pressure, stressful, requires quick analytical thinking and can be full on at times.... then you need an applicant with those attributes. People who are nervous about that kind of job description probably shouldn't apply and most likely wouldn't get the job.
Soon, you won't be able to reject peoples job applications in fear of upsetting them.
Then we have Alyssa Milano
Holding your husbands 'sexual desire' for you, hostage, because some political party doesn't agree with your p.o.v?? Congrats on setting womens liberation back a few centuries and being a very lousy role model for young girls.
F**K the media, in all forms! This crap is toxic and truley is the enemy of the people.
Todays front page news paper (in an Australian city) is a 4 page spread on the new royal baby..... the ROYAL BABY!!!!!... Alexander Downer (a previous high profile Aus politician) has just been outed as a US intel drone who played a big part in framing the US president for treason.. yet, we have a 4 page expose on a british baby....
we are breeding a dangerous future and sleep walking into societies demise.
The paradox is that women are encouraged to speak up and be seen, but when they do they are often viewed as bossy or aggressive. The best solution is helping all genders better understand ways of working and agree on rules of engagement around communications, feedback, collaboration, etc. Ultimately, we want to expand our network across all groups, rather than limit it to only people like ourselves.
The Five Stages of Collapse
By Dmitry Orlov, originally published by Energy Bulletin, November 11, 2008