You read it right. Sonic the Hedgehog, our little blue friend, has been targeted by a barrage of outrage on Twitter. A mob of angry social justice warriors charged him with the crime of racism, and immediately demanded action!
With depictions of extreme graphic violence, moments of sexual assault, and horror targeted towards children, I was worried about what would happen when Deadman’s Tome published Inappropriate Literature.
The SJW Puritan police have come after me before — follow me on Twitter @mrdeadmandt if you don’t believe me — back when Deadman’s Tome published Psycho Holiday. Why was #cancelculture after me? Because I used the word Psycho in a title of a, wait for it, a horror anthology. If we can’t use phrases like psycho and demented in horror then we’ve reached a new low of pathetic virtue signalling.
When Deadman’s Tome released Inappropriate Literature, we received complaints from a few butt hurt snowflakes. All of which came from Twitter, the SJW cesspool, but that’s not surprising. They accused me of enabling or encouraging violent acts towards women and children. Oh my God, would somebody please think of the precious fictional women and children?
Pathetic complaints fallen on deaf ears, because I don’t give a damn.
I think it is this reason why Matt Scott trusted Deadman’s Tome with Darkness Calling. Darkness Calling takes the inappropriate and offensive material in Inappropriate Literature and cranks it up to no-fucks-given.
Now, how long will it take until they keyboard warriors come out with their oh so serious complaints?
Mr. Deadman and Becky look at a list of racist Halloween costumes you should not wear because it could offend someone. You will not believe that they don’t want you to wear. Surprise that Pirates and Witches aren’t on the list. SJW say you can’t wear these racist Halloween costumes, but what’s wrong with a black guy dressing up as a zombie Grand Wizard?
With the growing hysteria off people claiming racism in various media and the rise of the PC culture, let’s take a moment to point out that it is way too easy to “find” racism in just about everything. But that does not mean that perceived racism is real, has merit, or is of purpose. In short, not everything is racist.
Take Go Dog Go, for example, the children’s book has a page that teaches the distinction between black and white. A dishonest SJW would squeeze a “that’s racist” comment for attention. Even worse, the page shows only three black dog. A social studies major would interpret that as a statement of our society, when they have no fucking clue why there is only three dogs. Worse than that, the page shows the black dogs working for a white dog, doing tricks for a white dog, and running away from a cop dog.
Super racist, right? No. Somethings are just what they are and have no meaning or interpretive value whatsoever. Go Dog Go could have a cryptic message about Satanism and the worshiping of the great dark lord, but racism just isn’t there.