I’m doing my first Bring it on! post in awhile, and I’m a bit anxious as it’s a whole other side of me. While I love it at times I have been inhibited here because the world of radical right wing politics is one that I, an East Coast Liberal, haven’t traveled before.
For the first time in my life I felt judged as a stereotype. Everything about me, from my name to how I express myself in comments to my posts have been scruntized, and judged badly. Comments have been changed to make me look stupid. Once a whole post was–I had written about it on the sidebar and didn’t take an image of it. Never make that mistake again.
This is one time in my life that adverserity did make me much stronger. I know that the things that they said weren’t true.
Then why am I writing about the comments they made here and the things that they called me there? Because it’s important to understand how people change things to fit their own agenda and here I am, always a great example.
Actually I find it funny because people perceive whatever they want to about whoever they want to. If it makes them happy to think of me in certain ways, let them. But I think, or hope that I have lost my novelty to the radical Christian right