VICTIMS of ‘wokeness’ have bravely shared their accounts of the devastating effect it has had on their lives. WARNING: Contains disturbing material.
Martin Bishop, 68
I was sitting down for my tea the other day and put on the television only to see an advert for Morrisons with a black family in it.
I mean, don’t get me wrong. I’m all for coloured people up to a point. Some of my best friends know coloured people.
But at teatime? This sickening diversity propaganda put me right off my potato waffles.
Eleanor Shaw, 58
My daughter, who’s not married yet, tells me she insists on being referred to as ‘Ms’.
What’s wrong with ‘Miss’? These snowflakes probably want to ban Agatha Christie because it’s not ‘Ms Marple’. No one’s suggested that but I was so upset imagining it I had to sign off work for a fortnight.
What really distresses me though is people putting preferred pronouns on social media. It’s ruined every normal person’s life.
Roy Hobbs, 60
After 25 years of wrestling with my conscience, I finally accepted the concept of the homosexuals.
I had a breakthrough last week when I was able to utter the words ‘Larry Grayson’ without vomiting.
But now they’re throwing these transgenders in our faces. It never ends. I mean, couldn’t they have waited, say, 40 years, just to give us a breather?
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