[Noisebridge-discuss] Oppressive Behavior
batkid at gmx.com
Sun Dec 29 19:35:38 UTC 2013
I think 'lesbian' implies female.
I thought Pigeon was asked to leave and chill out for a while?
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From: Johny Radio
Sent: 12/29/13 10:50 AM
Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Oppressive Behavior
A lesbian female hacker by the name of Sara came to hack at Noisebridge. She cut some bookshelves for her tiny new abode, and built a platform for her bed.
This lesbian female hacker is also a fledgling comedienne. Part of her cultural background (like mine) is rap music and lyrics. She's been know to sling some street lingo, including the "N" word.
(warning, the following sentence may violate Noisebridge's harrassment policy; if anyone bans me from noisebridge as a result, i shall respect that)
According to herself, Sara used the "n" word at Noisebridge, as part of her white lesbian does black lingo persona. Prolly something along the lines of "Whatup, my nigga?"
Sara was forced out of Noisebridge by Pigeon for using "oppressive language", after a lot of accusational shouting.
Is it an act of oppression, when a lesbian female hacker (builds stuff) is driven out of Noisebridge, with hostility, by a white male non-hacker (doesn't build anything) for "using oppressive language"?
Or does it just prove how wonderful Noisebridge has become?
Communication is healthier than accusation
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