|ornithorynchussapiens (ornithorynchussapiens) wrote in trouble,|
I had already seen the paralell between this uncanny valley thing and the way privileged people see us, (or some of us) but I thought of it the other way, people shoulden't see their uncomfortable feelings around people, beings or even things as an indication that these people, beings or things have something very wrong intrinsically, they should tink about it, put themselves in question.
The worst thing in this piece of garbage is the way they try to justify it, the "if we feel so uncomfortable around these people it must be that there is something intrinsically wrong with them", NO! it just mean that you are bigoted (I'm talking about the people who wrote all this shit of course, not you trouble) I so much hate this kid of attitude, and the way they seem to feel that this is universal, yes I have already been around disabled people of the kind they would find very uncomfortable to be around and I was not uncomfortable, in fact I was probably more comfortable than around a lot of non-disabled people.
I have recently read this: http://adeepercountry.blogspot.com/2
"The uncomfortable fallacy is when you think that being uncomfortable around another person necessarily indicates something about the person."