the infamousme nigga wrote:you don't think there is any causal relationship (talking ideas here) between the artist and artwork? if so, don't you think judging the art is judging the artist?
Of course there's a causal relationship. But I'm saying that we all do good things and shit things, so until someone sinks very fucking low, I can't pretend to be better. I don't have any kind of platform to judge other people - but I will judge what they do, just like I judge the things I do.
rex wrote:funny other guys in hardcore/punk can make jokes that are sexist,even about rape etc.....some kids dont have a clue.
ride the fucking nutz......i dont care if i get rejected from shows or this band.id rather do anything than hang with a bunch of two faced,crying cowards.no loss for anyone.but il probably still force my way into shows just to continue being a cunt if people want to fuck with me.
No one else printed a fucking t-shirt. And if you think I haven't complained about sexism in hardcore before or other dudes being sexist, you probably know me even less than I thought. Fuck, I remember you commenting when I posted a Gary Francione quote promoting feminism on my Facebook profile. Hell, people complain that I'm too PC for objecting to people using homophobic language!
Two-faced? Not me. I've always been nice to you before, offline and online, because you've always been a good dude to me, and while we differ on a lot, I know that we have very different lifestyles and backgrounds. I've never criticised you behind your back. And everything I've said online, I'd happily say offline. If I don't, that's just because I only see you at hardcore shows, and I go to shows to relax and have a good time, not to argue ethics.
Coward? What's cowardly about telling you I disagree with you in the only way I practicaly can? What's cowardly about having different views to them and saying them as politely, fairly, and calmly as I can?