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If you claim to be a feminist and you shame girls for wanting to do traditional things like take their husband’s last name or be a house wife then you are doing it all completely wrong.
Feminism isn’t an elite group who defeats gender norms, it’s a group who accepts ALL women’s choices.
puddinbun said: i guess it’s good that gg added trigger warnings but… why can’t they just NOT say rape jokes and slurs, like… are they so fucking bad at “”“COMEDY”“” that that option is just too difficult?
i don’t watch game grumps so I don’t really know what they’re like
it’s interesting that being a “comedian” is so often used to excuse making gross comments (like “oh he has to be offensive, he’s a comedian!!”) but offensive jokes are like the lowest-level audience pandering shit you’re literally just shouting at your audience “hey you know that opinion you have about a minority / tragedy? I’m gonna reinforce it using a funny voice. it’s funny because its shocking!” at that point they may as well just be jingling keys in front of their audience
The thing is their offensive jokes aren’t even the most remembered??? Like when I was still a fan of them their most known jokes were stuff like the “WHAT IS THIS?!” in Sonic ‘06 and the “Tenouttaten” thing, most of the jokes fans used to repeat were pretty much them saying things in a silly voice or getting annoyed at something.
Even with J*ntron some of the most well known things about him is his over the top reactions, him saying “ech” and him shouting/singing “I will always love you”. If they’re “comedians” why do they cling to their worst material?
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