This is a continuation of my last article.
んーこれ「だれでも」トイレから男性だけ排除してるように見える https://t.co/zX8fwPmwKe— elve (@elve_hatena) 2021年10月2日
Hmm. I see this excluding "males" from the toilets for everyone.https://twitter.com/elve_hatena/status/1444144695286714373
どこをどうみたらそう見えるんだろう。 https://t.co/IFmUYBH1gG— 🚄🌸さくらつばめ🐦🚄 (@oenkan2525) 2021年10月2日
Where do you see and how do you see it?https://twitter.com/oenkan2525/status/1444181391688679427
これで健常者に見える男性がだれでもトイレに入ったら「お前は入るな」と思う人がいるでしょうし、男性も入りにくいと思います。それは排除ではありませんか？— elve (@elve_hatena) 2021年10月2日
If someone who looks like a healthy man enters the toilet in this situation, some people will think, "Stop! Men don't enter there."https://twitter.com/elve_hatena/status/1444205528784125955
I think Men will difficult to enter. Isn't it exclusion?
(I misunderstood Cleaning tool room as a single toilet room.)
I was answering to it. Then I received another comment from a stranger!
バカじゃねーの、そんなこと迷う余裕がある時点で人に譲れよ。 https://t.co/AZpBDMAFRo— 香菜甘酢あぁん?! (@Xiangtuaihoney) 2021年10月2日
Are you nuts? If you have the luxury of hesitation, you must pass it!https://twitter.com/Xiangtuaihoney/status/1444323046869782530
I couldn't understand a word this person was saying. My question is, is this situation a male exclusion?
After that, this person insulted me one way or another. Our conversation was unsuccessful.
威張ってるくせに孤独に弱いのか。お荷物。https://t.co/C5iYVIpaIS— 香菜甘酢あぁん?! (@Xiangtuaihoney) 2021年10月4日
You're domineering, but vulnerable to loneliness, aren't you?https://twitter.com/Xiangtuaihoney/status/1444844352786685953
You are a burden to society!
It's a shame, because I tried to be as polite as possible in my explanation.
It is true that my lack of strength makes me a burden to society.
However, if I were a weak person, would I be allowed to be insulted out of the blue?
I know the pleasure of violating the dignity of those weaker than me with the power I have, such as violence and economic power.https://snack.elve.club/entry/2021/10/09/171707
Feminism is about protecting the dignity of women (minorities), isn't it?
I feel that in Japan, being weak (minorities) has become a kind of power.
What about your surroundings?