Holy crap. You think you’ve plumbed the depths of the Internet, and then you find a Christian making sandwich sculptures of her daughters’ crotches and sneering at Taylor Swift’s labia.
— Jennifer Mayers (@southern_mayers) June 16, 2016
Taylor Swift hasn’t had any nude photos published, has she, so how does she know? And what’s wrong with the sandwich on the left? This is weird, ignorant body shaming and using anatomy as a proxy for piety.
She sucked me in. I had to look at this woman’s web site:
An Elegant Life by Jennifer: Spreading Positivity through Jesus Christ. You may be thinking that her sandwich art is neither elegant nor positive, and this is pretty repellent stuff. But that’s because you haven’t read the other stuff she writes.
Her latest post accuses Alton Sterling of being a
thug, because of course she does. But my eyes were drawn to her “science” post, about something called
Black Dog Syndrome.
Hi friends. I was pondering over news articles earlier and came across a phenomenon called “Black Dog Syndrome” or BBD. It’s a theory that black dogs, and other animals of the negro tone, are more often passed over for adoption in favor of lighter colored animals. So I ask, are humans next? Are we doing this already? I think so.
It’s science. If I were to look at a black animal (or human) and have to choose between them or a lighter more attractive animal (or human) next to them, I am going to choose the latter. Every single time.
I catch a lot of grief for my beliefs and am often called a racist and a bigot, but how can you deny science? I am not a huge lover of animals, but more black animals are rejected and euthanized before lighter colored ones. This is a scientific fact. So why not humans? The color of an animals coat makes them less likely to be accepted and therefore disposed of. How is this different than humans? Black skin is seen as inferior. We look down at it, and in my opinion rightfully so.
She’s so racist, she picks her pets by their fur color? It’s not science that some people are so down and dirty bigoted, I’m afraid.