Keep an eye on Twitter. This isn’t over by a long shot

11 Nov




So Twitter is really going to town on the censorship front, even silencing journalists like Milo Yiannapoulos from Breitbart News for challenging feminist thought police on #GamerGate.


Smart, Twitter.


Watch this page for the new JudgyBitch Twitter handle.


I have a plan.




Lots of love,






23 Responses to “Keep an eye on Twitter. This isn’t over by a long shot”

  1. Sisyphean November 11, 2014 at 20:10 #

    There’s a reason it’s called social media and not anti-social media. You are supposed to cheer others on, not make waves, not cause people to have feelings of any kind other than rainbows. What happens when you piss off one of the cool kids? The whole clique ostracizes you. It’s the same on social media as it was in high-school. You are bailing the ocean with a spoon.


  2. Paul November 11, 2014 at 21:02 #

    Seriously! Yesterday I looked at your feed online. Today I refreshed the page and it was suspended!

    You should plan on making a new one every day, or at best every other day.


  3. FuzzieWuzzie November 11, 2014 at 21:39 #

    While I don’t engage in hostile discussions, it does occur to me that you can overwhelm them with links to cute bear videos on youtube. They might even watch them and that may sweeten their dispositions. In the face of this, they won’t have a response.
    While you may think I’m being facetious, this method does have the virtue of having never been tried.
    BTW, I do link cute bear videos to bloggers that I am friendly with. However, it’s spoon fed.


  4. richard November 11, 2014 at 21:54 #

    this is why I’m against the massive centralization of user bases. One provider should not have the power to silence a topic by itself.

    And to an extent, they don’t have this power. The continued existence of this site proves it. But for many people there is no web outside of twitter/facebook and that’s the problem.


  5. Ndoki November 11, 2014 at 23:49 #

    I have to admit I don’t understand what that image is supposed to mean…


  6. judgybitch November 11, 2014 at 23:52 #

    Very famous quote about the Holocaust

    First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Socialist.
    Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
    Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Jew.
    Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.


  7. Mark November 12, 2014 at 00:54 #

    It’s sad that feminists don’t even need to go to the government to effect censorship of the masses. With de facto filters on facebook and twitter, they basically control the flow of information among the youth of the industrialized world. It’s better (for them, worse for everyone else) than controlling the news media. This is what makes me pessimistic about the possibility of toppling feminist social hegemony. Never before in human history have a handful of institutions controlled communication so thoroughly (facebook, twitter, google, wikipedia come to mind). Thanks to technology, now even most casual conversations go through one of those media. So, by using the old strategy of going after the institution, feminists (or other totalitarian-minded people) are now censoring thought more thoroughly than ever before, and their ambitions are only growing. I keep waiting for them to hit their peak and start to fall, and for the discussion to open up, but the only thing that seems to happen is things get even worse: people getting arrested for twitter comments, talk of making catcalling a sex crime. There’s no end it seems.


  8. Mark November 12, 2014 at 00:59 #

    Btw, an interesting story for those interested:

    The British government is now going to censor all speech, and punish those deemed as expressing extremist views (note they explicitly say speech does not need to be violent; it only has to either offend a minority group or oppose ‘British cultural values’ or somehow otherwise be ‘extreme’ to be censored. And of course, what also is included in extremism: sexism; and I’m guessing the definition they will employ for that word will be just frivolous enough to basically allow any criticism of feminism to regarded as extremist and punishable under the law.


  9. smokey November 12, 2014 at 03:20 #

    Stolen from Vox’s comments:

    Star wars parody of the cat calling video


  10. FuzzieWuzzie November 12, 2014 at 04:30 #

    I has been bothering me for hours. You are more than deserving of a bear video, it’s just that the comment threads never need the comic relief. Here is my favorite real bear video.


  11. Stefanie Nicholas November 12, 2014 at 04:31 #

    Twitter is infuriating me. I cannot stand this behaviour and censorship. I hope you have a good plan, I fear for my account as well even though it’s not primarily dedicated to antifeminism.


  12. Voice of Reason November 12, 2014 at 06:06 #

    My Twitter account had been suspended again only after a few short days. I suspect that this will only get worse with the suppression of dissenting opinion.

    Even though that I hold freedom of expression very dearly, and I abhor censorship of any kind, I’m starting to wonder if the next step to addressing this ban-happy tactic, these degenerate snowflakes love so much, would be an orchestrated mass-reporting of all offensive feminist comments, in order to overwhelm the mods with a clusterfuck of inbox nonsense.


  13. Chris Wedge November 12, 2014 at 09:56 #

    Don’t forget the oft’ left out line about the communists, Janet!


  14. Rimmonen November 12, 2014 at 10:03 #

    It breaks my heart to see your account suspended every time 😮 I miss your daily debate with selfish feminazis. Please come back soon!


  15. That_Susan November 12, 2014 at 12:25 #

    Good luck to you!


  16. That_Susan November 12, 2014 at 13:27 #

    This has me thinking about all the different groups and countries that fear the free circulation of ideas. I think this fear is always rooted in a complete lack of confidence in the intelligence and good sense of our fellow man. As I mentioned on another thread here, I’m appalled by the behavior of that PUA who thinks it’s cool for white men to go into Asia and take advantage of the fact that they can treat the women there like crap and get away with it…

    But I don’t see any need to silence him. I actually think that the more people see his video where he’s grabbing Asian women on the streets and forcing their heads down to his crotch, the better, because it will put more Asian people, as well as governments and police officers, on the alert to the fact that there are some white American men who think this is really cool and are liable to try it…and they’ll be better prepared for these guys in the future.

    Of course, I am in no way likening Janet to this guy. I’m just saying that for the people who are offended by what she’s saying — if they really believe their own views are good and right, they’ll simply counter what she’s saying with their own well-thought-out arguments. And if they can’t think of any intelligent way to counter what she’s saying, maybe they need to reexamine their own beliefs.

    I realize that can be hard to do — just think how scared the church leaders were of Galileo. But the truth has a way of eventually pushing through.


  17. Goober November 12, 2014 at 20:27 #


    I get the point being made, but doesn’t it feel a little cheap to compare getting banned from a social media site to the systematic murder of millions of people?

    Not that I’m against you. Because seriously, go kick ass.

    I’ve just got a thing about comparisons to the Nazis.

    Because nothing compares to the Nazis. Not until you’ve got a body count in the millions to show for your efforts.


  18. Goober November 12, 2014 at 20:29 #

    “Safe for Women”

    See the terminology being used?

    A place that is not in full lock-step agreement with women is “unsafe.”

    Jesus Christ it must suck to live in the mind of someone that truly believes that they are in peril when someone disagrees with them. What a terrifying thought.


  19. judgybitch November 12, 2014 at 20:33 #

    I think this is how it starts. There are lots of radfems calling for the extermination of men.

    Remember this chick:


  20. Goober November 12, 2014 at 20:37 #

    “I think this fear is always rooted in a complete lack of confidence in the intelligence and good sense of our fellow man.”

    I personally believe it is rooted in the fact that they know that there is no way that they can debate their position rationally and win. Because they know that they are wrong, just like any other supremacist movement. It’s a sign that they KNOW that they are evil, and are still choosing to continue being evil in spite of that.

    It’s actually sort of jarring.

    “I’m appalled by the behavior of that PUA who thinks it’s cool for white men to go into Asia and take advantage of the fact that they can treat the women there like crap and get away with it…”

    I’m appalled by the behavior of most PUAs just in general. Any person that thinks that another person can be broken down into simplistic “cheat codes” and manipulated to do what they want by the use of those “cheat codes” is a shitty, solipsistic person. Justifying that by claiming that the other person is likewise solipsistic is a juvenile argument tactic if there ever was one.

    “if they really believe their own views are good and right,

    That’s the trick – they don’t. Deep down in their heart of hearts, they know that what they are advocating isn’t “right” but rather “advantageous to them.” So they can’t/won’t argue their points on the merits of their points, because they know that they will lose.

    As for the truth…

    The truth always wins. The Gods of the Copybook Headings demand it. With terror and slaughter, they always return…

    (In case you don’t get the reference, that’s not a threat of violence… Click the link)


  21. That_Susan November 12, 2014 at 22:09 #

    I really like that poem. I’ve even just found a site with a partial list of copybook headings and found that I agreed with all of them — even though I imagine Kipling and I might not agree one hundred percent in our interpretations of terms like “sin.” I’ve grown to see sin as living like I’m a separate being, disconnected from everything and everyone else, and believing that I can enjoy true prosperity at the expense of others (or that my group or tribe can enjoy true prosperity at the expense of others). And the wages of living as a separate being is to be robbed of the life that comes through connection.

    Well, actually, since he sets the Gods of the Copybook Headings in direct contrast to the Gods of the Marketplace, the amount on which we’d agree might surprise me.

    Here’s the list, followed by the link to the site where I got it.

    “Haste makes waste. A stitch in time saves nine. Ignorance is bliss. You mustn’t cry over spilt milk. You can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar. You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. A Bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Well begun is half done. A little learning is a dangerous thing. If wishes were horses then beggars would ride. If pigs had wings they would fly. The wages of Sin is Death. If you don’t work you die Stick to the Devil you know. All is not Gold that Glitters.” – See more at:



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