Izzy Kamikazi a scríobh.
Ní bots muid. Drochmheas ar mhná a ceapadh go bhfuilimid ar fad mar an gcéanna. Drochmheas ag Kevin orainn. Tábhachtach gnéasachas a glaoch amach an uair a tharlaíonn sé, is cuma cé as a thagann sé. An-phíosa a spreagann ardmheas do Izzy, mar scríbhneoir is mar dhuine.
(Guest post by Izzy Kamikaze)
This is part of a longer (maybe much longer) work in progress about #coponcomrades – a recent social media kerfuffle here in Ireland, that seems quite instructive and worth spending more time on. I was writing Part One and Part Two at the same time, but Part Two finished itself first and so they are being published out of sequence.
The story so far is basically that a young-to-me (35ish) very effective working class male activist has published a piece in a national newspaper, decrying “identity politics” and the notion that “a straight, white male” can carry any privilege if he is also working class. Amongst other responses, a group of feminist women have signed up to a joint statement, acknowledging the disadvantage of working class men, but otherwise disagreeing.
The usual social media handbags at dawn has ensued. Two days ago, a male…
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