I knew there’d be a blog about the project scientist with Rosetta and the shirt he wore today after the successful landing of a robot on a comet.
Yes, that’s what happened today as you all know. But the SJW crowd? Nope they’re focusing on the shirt worn by one of the team members.
According to this blogger, the wearing of the shirt was snatching the spotlight away from the technical accomplishment of your team and making it all about about your clothing choices, and for also doing it with such elan that you simultaneously denigrated all the enthusiastic young women watching the webcast.
What drivel. I wouldn’t have worn a shirt like that, not because it may be sexist, but because I just don’t like it. Well, this scientist does. So what?
Dear GamerGaters, this is what I’ve been talking about. The SJW crowd will find any reason to become offended. Over nothing. These are the people that are trying to to change the gaming community to fit their standards no matter how ridiculous those standards are.
The final sentence is more of a wish than probably what actually happened:
He did change out of it later. I hope it’s because some higher-up slapped him silly and shamed him for embarrassing the organization.
Well, I doubt it. He probably changed because he may have been there all night. I would want to change as well.
It really shows how far the SJW’s will go. One tiny thing. Major offense.
They want to not only dictate your speech, the games you play, but your clothing choices as well.