A couple days ago I addressed the issue of “safe space” and “trigger warnings:” Safe Space and Trigger Warnings Should Not be the Tools of the Adoptee Rights Movement.
A few days earlier I published a post about the hypocritical lack of support for adoptee rights from the adoption-pushing Radiance Foundation. I mentioned that I’d been blocked from reading its tweets for asking politely if the christo-right Radiance and its CEO Ryan Bomberger, a very vocal happy adoptee, supported adoptee rights. (And no, I didn’t address Ryan as “christo-right!”) You’d think Radiance would weigh in on this since Ryan, Inc considers adoption the cure-all for abortion and has made it a keystone of the foundation’s ideology. I fail to see how anti-aborts anywhere ca not support adoptee rights without looking like a hypocrite, but they do. and get away with it, and Ryan Bomberger is one of the biggest scofflaws out there. Barely a day goes by when a unicorn doesn’t sprout from Ryan’s brow, but I’ve never seen an OBC or court record spout from his fingers
Ironically about the same time I was being booted from Twitter, Ryan posted the following Radiance-made meme attacking “safe space.” (If I had more time I’d pontificate on the absurd conflation of “Islam” and “Communism.”)
So, what’s bad for the goose is good for the gander. Not surprised. I’ve never met a theonomist who didn’t want to shut up anyone who disagreed with him/her.
I could care less if I’m blocked on Twitter. It’s amusing, but oh the hypocrisy! So here’s Bastardette’s response: