It’s time to check in on our friends over at XOJane, everyone’s favorite feminist activist/advertising/studded-dildo-testing site that always manages to ironically degrade women more thoroughly than MRAs or porn studios. Writer K.T. Bradford just ‘challenged’ the readers of the world to set aside their white supremacist, heteronormative, cis-centric, and patriarchial (in other words, functional) standards of civilized literature and explore the vast and creative writings of the vibrant and marginalized Others of the planet. She wants us to spend one whole year reading nothing but literature written by POCs, LGBTBBQs, trannies, and wymyn to open our mind to the world that we obviously already know exists around us…or something.
Setting aside the fact that I only listen to the enlightened oral traditions of the !Kung people (because written words are oppressive), as well as setting aside the fact that you could literally just read Asian or Middle Eastern literature nonstop for an entire year, I decided to take up Bradford on her challenge and encourage all of my TRS readers to do so (actually I don’t because nobody would read this website).
I have to thank Hateful Heretic for giving me the idea of making a great introductory starter kit for anyone curious (heh) about expanding the limits of their consciousness beyond their old, white, cis, male worldview. I present to you a vibrant set of non-white, non-straight, non-male, and most importantly, non-leftist writers to challenge your way of thinking all throughout the year. Wait, non-leftist? Yes, since leftism is the most dominant and acceptable school of ideology that frames the acceptable parameters of nearly all modern discourse, it is necessary for us to think outside of it. Sadly, I couldn’t find any full-length books by right wing transvestites, but you can always read the occasional pro-slavery, pro-corporate, and anti-democratic writings of the Neoreactionary tranny Justine Tunney (or not). For your reading pleasure, The TRS Guide To Diverse Literature:
The Vision Of The Anointed, Intellectuals And Society, and Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell- There are so many great books by black economist and conservative philosopher Thomas Sowell that you might as well read them for the entire year. A former Marxist turned Conservative Libertarian Uncle Tom, Sowell bombards his readers with endless statistics, facts, and historical anecdotes to annihilate any leftist on issues of race, IQ, gender, economics, philosophy, or history.
The Lightning And The Sun by Savitri Devi-The famous Greek-French writer and Axis spy Maximiani Portas (pen name Savitri Devi) brings us this fascinating occult prophecy about the coming of the Kali Yuga. A prominent member of the National Socialist underground after the fall of the Third Reich, this brave Hindu woman brings a fresh perspective that challenges our Eurocentric and Christian worldview.
Spring Snow, Forbidden Colors, and The Temple Of The Golden Pavilion by Yukio Mishima- One of the most famous queer writers of all time, Mishima (real name: Kimitake Hiraoka) was also a full-blown fascist who admired Italian and German nationalism and sought a militaristic revival of Japan. His tireless devotion to body building, martial arts, play writing, novel writing, poetry, film-acting and directing, not to mention his famous ritual suicide, provides a powerful contextual backdrop that perfectly compliments the reading experience.
Treason by Ann Coulter- No introduction needed, the straightforward rhetoric of Coulter burns through the byzantine bullshit that passes for liberal thought. As an added bonus, she’s a favorite of gay billionaire and right wing extremist overlord Peter Thiel. Now that’s inclusiveness! [Slander is no slouch either. I highly recommend both. -SS]
My Grandfather’s Son: A Memoir by Clarence Thomas-black writer and law theorist Associate Justice Thomas spares no Democrat as he speaks of his rise to fame from humble Deep South beginnings to his epic battle against the leftist enemies of civilization who persecuted him every step of the way.
The Homo And The Negro by James J.O’Meara- A hilariously bizarre gay theorist and far right activist, O’Meara exposes a world dominated by Jews who have fractured the fragile male bonding necessary for the creation of civilization. By distorting traditional masculinity into something perverse and effeminate in the modern figure of the homosexual while promoting the vulgar masculine brutishness of the stereotypical dindu nuffin negro, the Jews maintain their stranglehold on Western Civilization.
Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.- Speaking of Jews, a woman doesn’t get much more strong, independent, or diverse than this atheistic Jewish-Russian writer. One of the most widely read authors in the world, Rand gives us a miraculous vision of WASP elitism, patriarchy enforced through rape, and a will that can conquer the unwashed masses. A powerful and moving tale that will give any leftist a seizure at the mere mention of the author’s name.
This is just a list to tide you over for the year, but don’t let that be the end of your journey as you explore the writings of thousands of diverse and ultra right-wing writers that can enrich your life and allow you to glimpse the world through the eyes of the Other.