Well, well, well how the tables have turned.
Elon Musk responded to a user last night who claimed he was targeted and harassed because he didn't like the term "cis" and "cisgender" leading to a slew of trans activists swarming to his account.
In his response, Elon made it clear that there's a new Sheriff in Twitter town.
If you're a regular person, you may not be familiar with the term "cis" and what it means. I'll let the late great comedian Norm MacDonald explain the term as he has the most clear idea of what it means:
That's the literal truth. The term "cis" is a way that trans activists can attempt to marginalize a normal person.
And, according to Elon Musk, it's a slur and you can no longer harass and marginalize normal people by using the made-up term.
And, like almost everything in the radical gender and sexuality academic world, this term was invented by a pedophile apologist, a dude by the name of Volkmar Sigsuch.
Here's a short history of where the term came from:
The guy was a real nutjob.
But, if Elon Musk is creating a free speech platform does it make sense to ban what he personally considers a slur?
Is this move by Elon anti-free speech?
What are your thoughts?