Antidiskriminierung Mad Studies

Me the Retard

Me the Retard

physical + mental violence

After experiencing severe trauma it can happen that you socially envisage a lot of retraumatization and perhaps reflex-like attempts to exploit or bolster your state of confusion and shock.

me @tschoerdy_ (mind the underscore after the “y”) … after surviving attempted murder, after which some people sought to trigger suicidal sentiments in me via extreme mobbing.

These people still scare the crap out of me today. “Friends”, acquaintances, and even a similar aged female relative. #ableism and #social interactions

Racism, ableism, but foremostly enmity for thinking differently. I see this as the biggest challenge throughout all experiences I have had so far. If you think differently in a fundamental way, your path is accompanied by human hatred. And this can be garnished with any -isms too.

In retrospect I am upset, back then I blamed myself rather. If anyone reading this exprienced / is experiencing anything comparable – you are definitely not alone. Society is basically in its entrails and inner depths a big lie, and people will never admit; some people differ of course.

To say such harsh words like “society is basically … a big lie” seems over the top. Throughout these pages I will try to discuss some normalcies though that in part make me come to such an extreme conclusion.

In relation to my own ‘case’ I must say: In times of severe crisis the helpful hands were often hindered or they at least met real obstacles, and I observe stuff like this – help being hindered – again and again on the ‘cases’ of other individuals.

This seems quite unbelievable and I seriously ask myself what the social phenomenon of “creating obstacles” is all about with people.


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