In an era where social networking is the prime time consuming hobby, you’re bound to find opinions coming up. Opinions are fine, everyone should have one and everyone is allowed to have one.You see that’s where the problem is, when people start to enforce it, this is where SJW’S come in.

SJW’S : Social Justice Warriors. A pejorative term for an individual who repeatedly and vehemently engages in arguments on social justice on the Internet, often in a shallow or not well-thought-out way, for the purpose of raising their own personal reputation. A social justice warrior, or SJW, does not necessarily strongly believe in all that they say, or even care about the groups they are fighting on behalf of. They typically repeat points from whoever is the most popular blogger or commenter of the moment, hoping that they will get likes/follows and become popular in return. They are very sure to adopt stances that are “correct” in their social circle.
Their favorite websites to frequent are Livejournal and Tumblr. They do not have relevant favorite real-world places, because SJWs are primarily civil rights activists only online.*

An example if I may : 

“A social justice warrior reads an essay about a form of internal misogyny where women and girls insult stereotypical feminine activities and characteristics in order to boost themselves over other women.” –

Facebook Post : “I don’t like getting manicures. It’s too prissy.”
SJW: “Oh my god, how frigging dare you use that word, you disgusting sexist piece of sh*t!”

SJW’s are the true rats of society, they all happen to be bigots in their own form, primarily those who generally have IQ’s of a chair anyways.

They often have an impact on the way people think, the way people make decisions, and the opinions that they have.

Being the all-inclusive community that the Social Justice community is, there are many forms of keyboard warriors. The gamut runs from apparent “nice guys” chasing un-interested woman under the guise of so called “acceptance” all the way to people supporting the don’t judge challenge. Usually the type of warrior is dependent on various factors including social class, homosexuality, and physical attractiveness (but some exceptions have been seen from country to country)

Social Justice Warriors  is a pejorative term and you should be aware of these ‘warriors’.

So the next time you share some petition, article against someone or just create a post to defend someone,

make sure you aren’t growing into a SJW,

rather; research your work and defend in what you believe but don’t argue to the extent you stop making sense, sometimes, you just have to let it go.

Don’t be the overly active feminist, or human rights advocate without any goddamn information.

So thank you for taking time and hopefully taking my advice seriously – person tired of SJW’s

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