!! OMG, quote of the day: Bret Easton Ellis is not here for the SJWs of the world !!

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“Oh, little snowflakes, when did you all become grandmothers and society matrons, clutching your pearls in horror at someone who has an opinion about something, a way of expressing themselves that’s not the mirror image of yours, you snivelling little weak-ass narcissists?” he added. “The high moral tone from social justice warriors is always out of scale with what they are indignant about. When did this hideous and probably nerve-wracking way of living begin transforming you into the authoritarian language police, with your strict set of little rules and manufactured outrage, demanding apologies from every sandwich or salad you didn’t like?”

– Author Bret Easton Ellis on the hyper-sensitivity of today’s society.

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7 Comments on "OMG, quote of the day: Bret Easton Ellis is not here for the SJWs of the world"

  1. Easy for you to say, privileged white man. And actually, you’re the one who sounds whiney/butthurt. “Why am I being called out for not being politically correct?” *sniff*

  2. He’s a pretentious twat and a terrible writer. This is his 101st self-loathing rant because he thinks it’s ok for homophobic language and discrimination but if it were a race issue he would keep his douche bag mouth shut. He can go suck a fuck.

  3. Ellis write me something new to fawn over!

  4. What is SJW? I’m not up on all of the latest text speak.

  5. Neil Gaiman on political correctness

    I was reading a book (about interjections, oddly enough) yesterday which included the phrase “In these days of political correctness…” talking about no longer making jokes that denigrated people for their culture or for the colour of their skin. And I thought, “That’s not actually anything to do with ‘political correctness’. That’s just treating other people with respect.”

    Which made me oddly happy. I started imagining a world in which we replaced the phrase “politically correct” wherever we could with “treating other people with respect”, and it made me smile.

    You should try it. It’s peculiarly enlightening.

    I know what you’re thinking now. You’re thinking “Oh my god, that’s treating other people with respect gone mad!”

  6. Don’t know anything about him besides this quote. I think he’s spot on.

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