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PROUD DICKHEAD ASPIE TWAT11!! by Little-rolling-bean PROUD DICKHEAD ASPIE TWAT11!! by Little-rolling-bean
Listen, I am not saying you should be ashamed of anything, if you like whatever, even if it is a disability, more power to you.

But I am getting so fucking tired of seeing shit like this everywhere:

"Proud Christian!11"
"Proud pewdiepie fan BROFIST1!111"
"~*~*~Proud Fluttershy+Big Mac shipper11!~*~*~"
"Proud veg*an"
"Proud meat eater"
"Virgin and proud"


I do not CARE if you are fucking Autistic, christian, bro, shipper, veg*an, meat eater or virgin! You look just bloody arrogant!
I am sorry, but even if you are not arrogant, it looks arrogant in my opinion.

Pride is something I see as something really big. Like proud doctor, dentist, mechanic, vet, your race/country you live in, cancer survivor, etc. Not petty little things like your diet, fandom or disability.

Really, you look obsessed when you take huge pride in tiny things.
Plus you give everyone that shares your interests/traits a bad name.

Autistic/Aspergers and proud? Well good job in bragging about this sad disability and giving us all a bad name by acting like a little special snowflake.

Proud -insert paring- shipper? Well good for you, you must not be that a great of a person if that is all you can say about yourself in your sig.

Proud Christian? Sinner.

Proud veg*an/meat eater? Wow omg someone who eats diffrent types of food! Want a medal?

Proud virgin? And you guys say sex is not life, yet you are so stuck up about not having sex all the fucking time.

Proud fan? Who cares? You are in a fandom, woo hoo.

Guys, is that all you can say about yourself? Are you that obsessed to take pride in such tiny things?
I like pewdiepie for example, I am not ashamed, but I am not proud.

Wanna be proud in something? Don't be open over it please! The more I see "PROWD ASPIE1!1!1!" the more I HATE my disability!

Fucking special snowflakes!

Edit: Okay, I wanna clear some things up. If you are proud of being Autistic, brony, whatever, I am fine with it AS LONG AS you do not act like a little special snowflake. So this stamp is more talking about kids who put this stuff on their profile or signature. Lets tell the world how SPESHUL you are! 
If you only say you are proud of something if it is brought up in conversation that is OK :thumbsup: even though I still don't like it. Also being proud of one of your talents is a good thing to be proud of! 

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MantaTheMisukitty Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Kittycattycat Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014
I have to say that my brother has Aspergers, and I don't find it at all offensive if someone is 'fine with having/proud of' it. And I have lots of friends that are proud to be into a certain fandom. But honestly, I really just don't think anyone cares if your proud of it or not.

Er, you have an unfortunate medical condition and your proud of it...yaaaaaay...good for you, I think...? Your into (insert fandom here)...? Good for you...?

In all honesty, I think that being proud of everything is great, but it takes away the glory of doing or having something that you really should be proud of. Like, if you passed college, or you got straight A's in school, these are things that you should really be proud of. Having a medical condition or being in a fandom...not so much...
Bulbamario Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Proud oreo cookie here. (jk)
silverplatine Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014
I believe in the same way too.
One thing I want to say about autism or just about any disorders for that matter, I'm starting to get tired of people bringing it up for no reason.
So, you want me to treat you better then people who don't have it?
Of course I know not everyone is like that.
Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Autistics are people, not robots or children that do not know better. Although we should reason with them a bit differently to normal people as well as teach them, they should be treated like a human.
wadanobara Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Why shouldnt I be proud of my autism its not a disaster and it isnt ruining my life. Its a part of me
Sorry if this comes off as rude im legit asking why I SHOULDNT be proud of who I am?
Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I simply think "proud" is a strong word. I would say more "glad". To me, "proud" should be about your talents and achivements.
When I see "proud to be autistic" it says to me "glad to not be normal". Nothing wrong with not being autistic, eh?

this is just my opinion though.
wadanobara Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The thing is though its different depending on what youre proud of
For example it wouldnt be appropriate to say "Proud of being allistic" because that connotates that being autistic isnt something to be proud of
On the other hand autistics who are discriminated upon, its easier to say "Proud of being autistic" Becuase it connotates standing up for something people look down on you for. No one looks down on people for not being autistic
Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Still, being autistic is no big deal. Sorry, I simply do not think it is. Its not as bad as it looks, yet its not as great as some say. Why don't we stop labeling each other and ourselves over a disability and see everyone as equal? Autistics can be beter at some stuff more than normal people and vise versa. We are all different.
To put people into different "sections" over that I feel does not make sense. To some, saying "proud autistic" comes off as arrogant and does more harm than good. To me, when you are "proud" of something, it means you would not be happy without it. Its OK when it comes to talents, because everyone has different tastes when it comes to hobbies, like "proud artists" and "proud athletes". Saying you would rather be an artist than an athlete is not very offensive, yet saying you would rather be autistic than normal or vise versa is rather not nice since people cannot help how they were born. 

That is only my veiw on it. You are allowed to like having it, I would just rather people not say "proud".
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