Posted February 14, 2019 10:58:47 Feminist blogger and feminist icon lamb gwenni has issued a series of tweets that are widely deemed as racist, sexist, and homophobic.
The feminist blog and activist lamb was recently banned from Twitter for allegedly making racist comments.
The banned account, lambgengreen, was previously banned from a number of social media platforms.
In a series about gender issues, lamb green posted on March 1 that feminism “is an ideology based on power and privilege, and therefore can be defined by a narrow view of who should and shouldn’t be allowed to speak.”
She added that “a big part of feminism is about being the ‘good’ person and the ‘bad’ person.”
In response to a woman criticising lamb gwni for her comments lamb gawni responded that the woman was “an asshole” and that she is “a woman who has the right to make her own decisions about her life.”
The tweets lambgreen has posted on her personal Twitter account are largely focused on the recent death of American actress and transgender activist Lambesis.
Lambesis, who was known as “Belly” in her youth, was killed in January when she was struck by a car in New York City while walking home.
The tweet lambgwni posted on February 6 claimed that the death of Lambesis was “a death of privilege” and “a black man in America who died at the hands of a white police officer.”
The Twitter account also claimed that Lambesis “had a long history of racism and sexism,” and lambgawni had tweeted a link to an article in which Lambesis said “it is very clear that women are being oppressed, killed and sexually assaulted by white men.”
The following day, Lambesis tweeted a second tweet which read, “I would say it is very possible that it’s a racist thing to say, but that’s what we’re up against.
Black people are being killed in disproportionate numbers in the US and our deaths are being ignored.”
The second tweet lamb genni also shared on February 7 a post from a group called The Anti-Feminists who, according to Lambesis’ tweet, “tried to justify killing an innocent woman in New Zealand because they believe she was ‘too sensitive.'”
Lambesis has not responded to the tweets lamb gaweni posted since February 7.
According to the Twitter account, the group is a “non-profit advocacy group that works to combat racism, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, cissexism, ableist policing, and ableist police brutality.”
The group claims that it was created to “stop systemic racism and other forms of abuse against women and trans people and other marginalized groups” and also to “promote positive, equitable, and supportive social justice systems and systems of support for women and non-binary people.”
In a statement, Lambgslami said that the group “is not affiliated with the Black Lives Matter movement.”