Greetings Mr Man,
Mr Man wrote:Do you mean your list of disparaging comments on the previous page? It seems like SJW is used as a blanket term of disparagement for myriad groups with differing views and strategies.
You've been saying much the same thing throughout this entire topic. Why do you deem it disparaging to call out bad behaviours and use the medium of language to do so?
Besides, Cittasanto's earlier video shows you that Social Justice Warriors often embrace the term and since no other classification - self-made or externally derived - has taken off (despite generous attempts by opponents to put forward alternatives like "neo-progressivism
"), then until there's a different term to use, Social Justice Warrior has classificatory value.
Mr Man wrote:If we start a conversation from a viewpoint of disparagement it is really quite difficult to get anywhere, in my opinion.
I'd rather not have the conversation with an SJW, thanks.
Mr Man wrote:As for examples (in the links within Dhamma Wheel) I don't see any that really show a negative impact on society as a whole.
Well when free speech becomes an ancient relic of Western Civilization, you're welcome to be chuffed about it, if that takes your fancy.