Re: Concern about racism and sexism in Supertuxkart 0.9
On 05/03/2015 01:15 PM, Dominik George wrote:
Freedom is about as little censorship as possible (except extreme cases).
Freedom is what we should be protecting even if it leaves someone
That is the price and it is just not possible to please everybody with
Dmitry, do you remember over a year ago when a game was proposed that
had the end goal of raping and torturing women?? We ALL went ballistic
on that one. The reason? It was illegal, at least in this country. Since
Debian is hosted in the US, then US laws had to be upheld. Yet, we
didn't censor the game. We didn't have to. It was plainly illegal to
distribute it here. And, the majority of opinion was from men.
That is correct.
So I ask you, are women in bikinis illegal in the US?
I fear not.
It's not the last time I looked! :) But, we do have various factions who
would have that be so. Remember in the 60's when the Beatles stormed the
US?? People went CrAzY over the long hair. THEY LOOK LIKE WOMEN! Heh, so
what?? One bridge that supported TRUE sexism was burned.
Men could wear their hair like women, and women could wear their hair
like men. Great! People could look any way they wanted to.
But, as soon as the argument here failed to include bisexual and
homosexual women, they lost any discussion regarding "sexism". It is
just as sexist to omit them from the list of potential "offenders". To
my perspective that is far worse than the 'teen in a bikini" issue when
examining ~real~ sexism issues, to direct the diatribe at men only.
Miriam, you set the movement back many years. To be equal, you need to
BE equal. Yet, you cannot accuse another woman of being potentially "eye
gaze" offensive/abusive. What? Isn't that sexist?? :) Ric
My father, Victor Moore (Vic) used to say:
"There are two Great Sins in the world...
..the Sin of Ignorance, and the Sin of Stupidity.
Only the former may be overcome." R.I.P. Dad.