- Problematic: If I have to hear one more person use this word unironically, I might just go on a school shooting. Ok, I’m not psychotic enough to go on a shooting, but I would definitely petition for it to be banned from the dictionary for good. The word has basically become nothing more than a synonym for “everything that I don’t like.” It’s used mostly by social justice warriors and feminist weasels who sense that something may be “oppressive” or out of place, but don’t want to do any actual thinking about what the problem is or why it exists, so they just brand it as “problematic” and move on. Basically, their argument is “that thing is bad because it’s bad.”
- Privilege: On its most basic level, “privilege” can and does exist, as in “an advantage that someone has over other people.” After all, as human beings born with different types and levels of skills and into varying degrees of rich or poor families, it would make sense that some of us would be “born with a silver spoon in their mouth” or have certain skills and opportunities that others may not have available to them. However, the term has been butchered and overused by so called social activists to the extent that it barely has any meaning anymore. It has gotten so bad that they think they can win an argument just by telling you to “check your privilege.” I guess they are telepathic and know what everyone’s circumstances and problems are and can conclusively say that he/she is privileged.
- Rape: Rape is one of the most serious crimes one could ever be a victim of or be accused of, right behind genocide and murder, so you would expect that it wouldn’t be used lightly. Social justice warriors however, are having none of that. From referring to killing fictional characters as rape to trying to characterizing cat calling as rape, they’ve made it pretty clear that they don’t care for the official definition. Their aim is draw from the disgust people have towards the violent act of raping and trying to make it seem like something else is just as bad as it is. By comparing something to rape they’re trying to bully you into feeling guilty of whatever they’re accusing you of. After all, you wouldn’t want to be called a rapist, would you? For a group of people who usually try to take the higher ground on topics related to rape, they sure as hell love to make light of what it means.
4. Racist/Sexist/Homophobic, etc: Basically, every word with an “ist” at the end of it will be overused by Social Justice Warriors. Not because they care about any of those things or that they are fighting to protect any of the groups referred to in the terminologies, but rather so they can shut down criticism and dissent. “As a feminist, I am the one who decides what it racist or sexist and what isn’t” – an actual quote from a feminist. This is what they actually believe; that the label “feminist” grants them special privileges that somehow make them the moral arbiters of what is “hate speech” and what isn’t. It’s therefore no surprise that these words barely offend or have any effect on anyone anymore.
5. White supremacy: From an egalitarian point of view, “supremacy” of any kind is bad, especially if it’s based on something uncontrollable such as race or sex. So yes, white supremacy (believing white people to be superior to other races, as opposed to everyone deserving equal treatment) is bad, maybe even immoral. But this is not what white supremacy means to SJWs. To them, a white supremacist is any white person who doesn’t live his whole life drenched in white guilt, looking for ways to repent for the actions of his ancestors. Essentially, they are comparing a white person saying “all lives matter” to the Ku Klux Klan lynching black people. Good job guys.