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Daisy Cousens
YouTuber, commentator, contributor at , , and . Occasional provocateur. Flamethrower and feminist apostate.
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Daisy Cousens 8h
Replying to @mattgkempster
Also, Mrs Doubtfire is not a drag queen; she is an alter ego created by a jilted father desperate to see his children. Saying she is a drag queen trivializes the skill required to be a drag performer.
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Daisy Cousens 8h
Replying to @mattgkempster
Drag queens caricature the most augmented aspects of femininity and female sexuality, regardless of whether they’re performing in a drag show or reading a story to children. That’s what drag is. It’s art and I love it, but it’s inherently not suitable for kids, in all its forms.
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Daisy Cousens 8h
Replying to @mattgkempster
Also, Mrs Doubtfire is not a drag queen; she is an alter ego created by a jilted father desperate to see his children. Saying she is a drag queen trivializes the skill required to be a drag performer.
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Daisy Cousens 8h
Replying to @mattgkempster
Drag queens caricature the most augmented aspects of femininity and female sexuality, regardless of whether they’re performing in a drag show or reading a story to children. That’s what drag is. It’s art and I love it, but it’s inherently not suitable for kids, in all its forms.
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Daisy Cousens 8h
Gracious and astute 👏🏻👏🏻
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Daisy Cousens 9h
Replying to @GideonCRozner
“I don’t have to change anything about my lifestyle or make any personal sacrifices because THE SYSTEM!!!” 🙄
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Daisy Cousens 9h
Replying to @sleipnet
Oh, he is. Mona-esque behaviour just sweetens the deal.
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Daisy Cousens 11h
Replying to @TerryMoore25
Yes, in brief. Interesting evening of television that was.
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Daisy Cousens 11h
Replying to @sleipnet
Probably exactly what Mona did, because it makes that side of politics look rather unappealing, and certainly not family-friendly, to everyday people. Which is a win for conservatives.
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Daisy Cousens 11h
Replying to @Adsthoughts @QandA
Sunlight is the best disinfectant.
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Daisy Cousens 11h
Replying to @CrNicWright
I think you’ve misunderstood that analogy.
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Daisy Cousens 12h
What train of thought is that you’re on? Surely pleading for civil debate is inherently followed by criticizing people for their lack of civility and manners? The latter serves the former, and former is the end goal.
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Daisy Cousens 12h
Replying to @LindaAshton2
Where did I say these girls should be prevented from saying what they want to say?
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Daisy Cousens 13h
Stellar parenting job these girls have been subject to 🙄
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Daisy Cousens 13h
Yes, if her idea of bigotry etc wasn’t “anyone who disagrees with me!!”
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Daisy Cousens 14h
Replying to @SamanthaX_real
Yeaahhh she’s quite something 😕
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Daisy Cousens 15h
Evidently, nobody has told her that swearing and giving the finger relentlessly isn’t countercultural or edgy in 2020, nor has it been for about 15 years. It’s the tool of the perpetually unremarkable.
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Daisy Cousens Jan 18
Replying to @Lewy_Bear
I have too much respect for my fellow man. And sometimes I like poking trolls, especially the gutless anonymous ones. For me it’s just field research.
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Daisy Cousens Jan 18
Replying to @Lewy_Bear
Then you should probably take a take a leaf out of your own book, rather than weaponising this event and the reactions to it to quench your sad little urge to anonymously troll people on Twitter. I mean, at least have the guts to use your real name. Wake up to yourself.
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Daisy Cousens Jan 18
I knew Wilson. I'm sad he's gone. That is the extent of my motivation.
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