Beyond the Rainbow | Making sense of the PC culture

Beyond the Rainbow | Making sense of the PC culture

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What do Dave Rubin, Arielle Scarcella, Blaire White and Marcus Dib have in common?

-Common Sense.

Making sense of the PC culture from within the “alphabet” community is a hard task, one that many deliberately avoid in order to belong and be accepted by various groups and communities. 

In an era where “cancel culture”, censorship and deplatforming are a real threat, Dave Rubin, Arielle Scarcella, Blaire White and Marcus Dib prove us that not all rainbows look alike and how the supposedly most accepting communities can also be the most judgmental.

The tables seem to be turning. Society is getting tired of fake moralists and virtue signaling. Despite being constantly harassed by a small (but loud) community that tries to deplatform, silence and “cancel” them, Rubin, Scarcella, White and Dib’s voices are getting louder.

Get to know them:

Dave RubinDave Rubin

Dave’s journey from a left leaning progressive to a free thinking classical liberal has been quite an adventure. As a gay married man living in America, Dave spent the majority of his adult life subscribing to a certain political belief system based primarily on his immutable characteristics. Fed up with the mainstream media narrative and click-bait news, Dave decided to open up about his awakening, for all to see. He came to realize that no person or idea should be expected to join a side, but rather they should embrace their status as an individual. He now feels that the modern left has lost its way by taking political correctness and group-think to a dangerous level, distracting from the true American dream of the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness.

Dave’s background as a stand up comedian, degree in political science, and willingness to listen without fighting has uniquely positioned him to tackle big ideas and uncomfortable truths with thought leaders from both sides of the aisle. His show The Rubin Report aims to create civil discourse with people we both agree and disagree with, and host a dialogue with others whose ideas are judged before being given the chance to be presented in an honest way.

After a worldwide speaking tour with Dr. Jordan Peterson (the “12 Rules for Life Tour,”), Dave is performing stand up comedy in cities around the U.S. and promoting his new book.

Keep up with Dave Rubin:

Arielle ScarcellaArielle Scarcella

Arielle is known for having a strong influence on the LGBT community while incorporating her humorous nature into her videos. She regularly does collaborations with many other LGBT YouTubers and covers various topics, from politics to relationships. Her videos focus on the much discussed subjects about being a lesbian and her own experiences. Recently, Arielle announced, to the surprise of many, that she is “leaving the insane progressive left” and “coming out” as conservative, this led to a number of LGBT outlets to label her as a transphobe and male apologizer… 

Keep up with Arielle Scarcella:

Blaire WhiteBlaire White

Controversial and outspoken, Blaire White is a YouTube personality, regular writer for The Post Millenial, political and social commentator on issues concerning Feminism, political correctness, LGBT Rights, and her own personal experiences.
Blaire started her YouTube channel in 2015 and she has been getting a lot of attention ever since, for instance, her second video “Male Victims Are Funny?” has amassed over one million views. She has over 909,000 subscribers on Youtube and  that number continues to grow. 

Blaire is not shy about protecting children from unreasonable early transition and strongly opposes the sexualization of children by the LGBT community.

She is a regular writer for The Post Millennial.

Despite being transsexual, Blaire is often labeled a transphobe… Quite ironic hã?

Due to a recent cancellation attempt of a TikTok star by social justice warriors, she went off Twitter and Instagram briefly stating to The Post Millennial:

“YouTube and social media has been my full-time job for 4 years now, and as a result I’ve grown a thick skin. Many of my fans don’t have this thick skin and face abuse online for merely following me. This is on a bigger scale due to the person involved, but I see it every day. It needs to stop.”

-Blaire White

Keep up with Blaire White:

Marcus DibMarcus Dib

Relatively new to the social media world, Marcus AKA The Offensive Tranny is not afraid of being public about his views on the progressive left, born in Denmark as a female, Marcus is proud to share his experience and thoughts on the whole transitioning process, including being shunned by members of the LGBT community for thinking differently and having divergent opinions.

Keep up with Marcus Dib:

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