Activism is good. Unfortunately, some people take it too far. Studies have shown that the negative stereotypes associated with activists make people’s will to adopt what is promoted disappear. These negative stereotypes came to be because of activists that are too aggressive and judgmental. So, fellow activists, stop following people, stop screaming at people and realize that you are not better than someone because of what you believe in, and the world might actually change for the better.
It is a fact that among us, there are a certain few that give us a bad name. Do you recognize any?
No, I didn’t tell my sister to wash the dishes because she is a girl. It’s because it’s her turn! I washed them yesterday.
Yes, the photos of your food look great on Instagram. And yes, I remember that you are a vegan, you told me five minutes ago… and five minutes before that. Also, pepperoni pizza is, like, my best friend, so no.
3. Hashtag warrior
Wow, that rude comment you left on that YouTube video is bound to change the world!
No, I am not done with that light and please, stop following me on the street, I obviously have somewhere to be.
6. The Politically Correct Activist
7. The all-around activist
It’s great that you go to all those conferences, but I know the effects of global warming, and I have heard of feminism. Could you stop lecturing me for just a second, Mom?
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