Transgendered Deer-Person Flaunts Her Ability To Censor People Online
This is how you know that the P.C. movement has gone too far this person has not only transitioned over to a female. Now she is identifying as a trans-deer person. So identifying as a different sex was not enough, now people are going to be animals as well... Steph Loehr, also known as FerociouslySteph is clearly not living by any societal norms. But for some reason the management over at Twitch felt that meant she was perfect to be a moderator... So Loehr will be able to censor whatever she feels is offensive... I imagine Twitch is going to get boring real quick.
"Twitch is a video live streaming service operated by Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of Amazon." So a place where gamers stream themselves playing video games while adding their own commentary.
Loehr had the following to say about her moderator job.
"I'm not going anywhere. I have power, they can't take it away from me. And honestly there are some people that should be afraid of me, and they are because I represent moderation and diversity and I'm gonna come for harmful people. If you're a really sh**ty person – I'm gonna stand up against you. Period. And Twitch is endorsing me to do that."
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As the Ralph Retort highlights, Loehr’s ascension to becoming a Twitch moderator was almost certainly helped along the way by the ADL.
“The promotion actually goes back almost two years. This isn’t something that just happened out of the blue. The ADL has been working overtime to get its hooks into gaming. Too much money and influence on the table for them to ignore!”
These are the kind of people who now have the power to control free speech online.
From a broader perspective, these are the kind of people being handed power over society.
And we wonder why we’re in such a mess."
This seems ridiculous on Twitch's part. Why would you hire someone that is a social oddity? Loehr is clearly not going to have a common perspective on things. I can only imagine the list of things that Loehr finds offensive. Perhaps any hunting game...