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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:

"PASTE THIS IN YOUR SIG IF YOU ARE AUTISTIC AND PROUD1!1!!11"
"Proud Christian!11"
"Proud pewdiepie fan BROFIST1!111"
"~*~*~Proud Fluttershy+Big Mac shipper11!~*~*~"
"Proud veg*an"
"Proud meat eater"
"Virgin and proud"

JUST STFU.

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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Violetdaisy84 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have a stamp on my profile that says "Pegasister and proud".  

I'm not actually proud that I'm a pegasister.  

It's only there because it was the only pegasister stamp I could find.  

I agree with you.  I can't stand how people are proud of little things.  Especially the autism thing.  Like I said on another one of your stamps, I'm autistic myself (though I do question if I actually have it often, considering that I only have two symptoms of the disorder-those two symptoms being social awkwardness and getting obsessed with stuff.  I also used to be very social before my parents divorced when I was seven.  My mom always assumed it's really separation anxiety or trust issues that I have).  
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I see.
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JustSomeStranger Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I have to disagree with you about being proud of having a disability. The way I see it, there are two types of pride: being proud of your aheivements, & being proud of who you are. And it's evident that many people often confuse the two. Of course, there are times when the two overlap BUT the point is they are not the same as each other.

As far as disability pride is concerned, why not? It's just as valid as any other form of minority pride in my opinion. That's not to say there aren't people who are pompous about their minority status, it's inevitable that you'll always get those people in any group.

I am proud to be autistic because I spent far too long hating myself for it, I'm only just beginning to learn how to love myself and part of that has been to accept my disability. My self-confidence has grown since then and continues to. Autistic pride has had a tremendous positive impact on me, I don't think I would be where I am now without it.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
In my opinion, pride is a big thing and should only apply to your achievements and talents. Being autistic is nothing much, iwhy make a big fuss about your pride over it? 
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JustSomeStranger Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I have already explained, it's a form of self love. That's essentially what having pride for who you are is all about, especially if you're part of a minority group. There's nothing wrong with loving you or an aspect of yourself. Take pride in your achievements yes, but also take pride in you as well. It's not nice growing up full of self hatred believe me. No amount of having pride for my achievements fixed that. Having pride for who I am did. Granted, it's not a quick fix (nothing is), but… it's helped me a lot. I'm a much more confident person these days. I have more courage to speak my mind. The future feels just that little bit brighter.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You can love yourself and be who you wanna be without too much pride.
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JustSomeStranger Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
All I can say is that your idea of what pride is & what my idea of what it is differs from one another.

It is true, you shouldn't have too much pride otherwise you become an arrogant pillock. But that doesn't mean it's wrong to have a bit of pride in yourself as well as at what you achieve. In small quantities, pride can be a good thing.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Like I said, pride should be about achievements and talents, not something you were born with. To me, being proud of something you were born with is arrogant. You did nothing to achieve autism, a gender, etc. you can be happy to have anything you were born with though. That is myth opinion.
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JustSomeStranger Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You are entitled to your opinion.

I am proud that I'm autistic, but I do not think I am better than anyone else because of it. For me, that's what it means to be arrogant about an aspect of yourself. Pride & arrogance do not always go hand in hand. It is possible to have one without the other.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I respect yours too. I am just glad you do not consider yourself better than non autistics.
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