F**k collectivism. F**k mindless conformity
October 11, 2020
By: Hannah Bode
Just *slightly* related to "eco-friendly" Leftists and other causes that the Left pretends to "champion" for, but I kinda miss the "able-bodied privilege" Leftists. Even though, as a conservative and an autistic, I still find the "able-bodied privilege" concept just as bullshit as the rest of identity politics, there was at least still a time when the Left wasn't throwing the ADA to the curbside in regards to mandatory masking.
Pre-2020: "The ADA is a government legislation that not enough businesses (including schools) are implementing/being accommodating enough. Therapies for disabled persons should not force the persons to conform to some arbitrary standard of 'normal'/mask their 'weirdness' - just give them the tools and teach them the skills needed to be functional in society."
During 2020: "The ADA should not be used to seek accommodations during a pandemic. *Everyone* needs to conform to this arbitrary norm of universal masking, regardless of respiratory, sensory, and/or traumatic issues. People's individual disabilities are less important than the public health, hurpdy-dur, who cares if depression, suicide, and domestic violence all skyrocket due to the isolation and lockdowns. Hurpdy-dur, staying safe from the big scary virus is far more important than your mental well-being."
Fuck collectivism. Fuck mindless conformity. And let the fucking mask mandates end immediately. And let the lawsuits fly against everyone who violated the ADA during this "crisis."
IMO, Leftists have never really cared for the disabled to begin with. Look at all their demands to probe into the mental health of somebody they don't like, or the way they brainlessly label everyone who disagrees with/disobeys them as mentally ill, cognitively impaired, and/or crazy.
They only "care" about the disabled when it's brainwashed puppets like Greta Thumberg, or when the Left defends the gun control agenda by claiming "we need to remove the stigma from mental illness" even though it's a hard truth that mental health is only one factor behind mass shootings. (There are many other factors, I'm sure, but this is a fairly significant one. Nor does this mean that all mentally ill persons are violent, either; the exact opposite tends to be true most of the time.)
Can we just start claiming that everyone who can wear a mask for prolonged time periods without difficulty have "able-bodied privilege"?