29 NOV 2016
... So what makes for good solidarity, and what doesn’t?More helpful hints on how to be a diligent dhimmi at ShadowProof
First, the idea that wearing a safety pin to show marginalized people that you’re an ally, and that you’re able to provide them safety should they need it, sounds kind, but it’s meaningless beyond the feel-good impressions it provides the safety pin wearer. Also, as some have pointed out already, this gesture can be easily co-opted by, for example, literal Nazis. ...
# Never mind the safety pins - or the nappies. Flee from islam - run for your life!