Huffington Post Faggot Voices has “opinions” (albeit horrible ones) on everything else, but not this.
The worst blog of all time in the history of blogs wants “you” to decide what to do about glitter bombing by “voting” and “commenting.”
In an effort to ignite even more conversation on HuffPost Gay Voices, every Friday we’ll be posing a new discussion question and asking you to give us your opinion both by voting in the poll below and sounding off in the comments section. Our first Poll Position topic is the glitter bomb.
I’ve already established that there’s only one “position” to take when it comes to glitter bombing: Stop it. But apparently the robots at HuffPost Tranny Voices don’t read The Sword :-(((
The tactic has divided the LGBT community…
No it hasn’t, you liar! Every comment on every dumb blog about glitter bombing says that glitter bombing is dumb. Even the inane commenters on your own worthless blog hate glitter bombing! You’re just pretending there’s a division to get people “riled up” and to concoct a phony debate, you pussy. Not that’s there’s anything wrong with being a pussy and watching the page views roll in, but don’t lie and say that you’re “advancing a conversation” when you’re just being a traffic whore, you whore. Instead of actually taking a position or actually doing something to fight for the LGBT rights that you supposedly are fighting for on your pathetic blog, you’re creating polls and trolling your own hapless readers. And again, that’s fine! It’s that you’re disguising it all as something important, and that’s disgusting.
…with some celebrating the flamboyant, performative nature of the activism and others arguing the act is silly and distracts attention away from the true mission — achieving LGBT rights.
What do you think? Let us know by voting and/or leaving a comment.
What is it called when you create an echo chamber of endless and redundant comments that belie your entire “divide” (“tactics like this look increasingly like the bullying that teens face“…”it is an assault and should be treated as such“…”it actually hurts the overall cause of equality“…”i think it’s stupid“…”I’ve been accidentally glitterbombed (working in a daycare with 3 and 4 year olds) and I can tell you it’s not OK. Two bits of glitter got into my left eye, and stayed there despite my own and several family members’ efforts, and the efforts of my family doctor. I had to go to an eye specialist (several days later, would be weeks now) and have it painfully removed. All the time it was in my eye, it hurt like a badger“)?
And be sure to check out our slideshow of 9 glitter bombings that have taken place since last May.