After watching her socio-political community become overrun with pro-transgender insanity and an increasingly sheeplike mentality, feminist, lesbian YouTuber Arielle Scarcella says she’s leaving the “insane,” intolerant left and leaning toward conservatism.
Scarcella first made the announcement in a Timcast IRL interview:
I absolutely knew [Trump] was gonna win because there was so much attention on him, whether it was negative or positive.
He says some dumb stuff. You know he does, let’s be real. He says some misogynistic stuff sometimes, but his policies, some of them I agree with.
I don’t think there should be open borders. I don’t think that’s good. I don’t think that people should be starving and killing each other in other countries, but like why is it our fault? We should focus on what’s happening here first, fix ourselves.
Her announcement comes after her leftist followers began to “cancel” her for being a “trans-exclusionary radical feminist” or TERF.
As she has grown and continued to question the social justice movement, the relegation of gender to a mere social construct, and more, she has been routinely silenced and deplatformed, even by her friends:
My friends have been messaging me telling me maybe just stop doing it for a while. That’s why this [intolerance] keeps happening. If every single person on the Internet right now — like in the LGBT community — that agrees with me, stood up, it would stop. It would stop. But everybody’s terrified.
The cure to this oppressive brand of leftism, Scarcella says, is free speech—and more of it:
I think we need more people that have big audiences. We need them to speak out, because nobody wants to be canceled. No one wants to lose brand deals, so everyone is just either ignoring it, not even touching on topics that are important to talk about. Yeah, or just pretending to go along with it, while actually agreeing with what I’ve been saying the whole time.
Scarcella broke the news to her followers that she was defecting from the radical left in a video on her channel later that day:
“Hi, I’m Arielle,” she says, opening the video. “I’m a lesbian, and I don’t think gender is a social construct. I don’t think cis straight white men are evil. I don’t believe that general preferences are transphobic or that there are 97 genders. I don’t think that male sex offenders belong in the women’s prisons. I don’t think it’s normal for people to be praised for walking around with shirts that say kill TERFs.”
“I don’t think like these people, and I no longer want to be associated with them,” Scarcella continued. “I’ve reached peak LGBT. This is my coming out video.”
She goes on to say:
Never in my life have I been more canceled, tortured, tormented, harassed than by members of my own community. Never have I witnessed literal mentally ill individuals who are latching themselves onto the LGBT community without actually being LGBT for the sake of oppression points, external validation, and sympathy.
Never have I seen such disrespect from younger LGBT people to the older lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender advocates who have been paving the way for us for longer than we’ve all been alive. Never have I seen people that use the word “bigot” so frequently and not see the hypocrisy and irony in themselves saying it.
When it’s gotten to the point where I can no longer even list “LGBT” or “women empowerment” in my Instagram and Twitter bios without people thinking I’m part of this ridiculously woke cult, when we have rules and a pecking order about who is able to speak and for how long — even about their own bodies and experiences, when we have children drag queens and think it’s okay for them to perform sexually for adults, when we praise news stories like this [“Transgender man gives birth …” ] that make absolutely no sense and do nothing for our movement or for people understanding us, when this [bearded] person is praised by LGBT organizations and deemed a speaker for lesbians, and [when] people say that straight black men are the white men of black people and I know what they mean, I no longer wish to be a part of this.
The LGBT community has become a safe haven for the mentally unstable who are not seeking help, and who also aren’t in any sense of the word “queer.”
We’ve become so obsessed with validating everybody! How did we not see this coming? This community has become so ridiculously intolerant, while preaching love, that for the first time in a decade, LGBT acceptance is down. Anyone who goes against the grain and thinks for themselves is immediately outcast. That’s not a community: That’s a hive-mind cult.
She’s not wrong on that one, folks!
While Scarcella is probably far from what we’d consider to be “conservative” at this point, never forget that everyone starts somewhere. Pray that she would not only convert to conservatism, but that perhaps someone could speak gospel truth into this woman’s life and call her to repentance.
We’ve seen it happen before, and we’d love to see it happen for her! We believe God can do it!
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