LwC's SvenComputer Trolls LGBT Non-Binary Panel
Pride month is in full-swing, y'all. All across the land, lefty LGBTers are flaunting their LGBTness for all to see. It's a time to celebrate inclusion. Unless of course you're an anthropomorphic computational device with a penchant for hijinks:
Considering its Pride Month and we are in a social climate where LGBTQ issues are front and center, the “Breaking Down the Binary” panel at the ATX Television Festival was supposed to be a celebratory and informative discussion about representation and inclusion in the industry, until a guy dressed up as a robot — yes, a robot — interrupted the panel with bizarre remarks that turned to homophobic insults.
What started off a fun panel in a safe space with stand-up comedians and Take My Wife creators-stars Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher, Younger actor Nico Tortorella, and The Bold Type star Aisha Dee turned odd when an audience member in a low-budget robot costume began heckling the panel, making comments about being “binary” and making robot noises.
This sounds oddly familiar. Wait, it can't be...
So this happened at the Breaking Down the Binary panel at #ATXTVs7. He was thrown out like the trash he is. https://t.co/PQ1y6t1LIv— Dino-Ray Ramos (@Dino-Ray Ramos) 1528478982.0
Yes, that's our very own SvenComputer. Excuse me just a moment.
It's funny how LGBTLMNOP peeps think it normal to change genders bi-daily. But, the guy who thinks he's a robot is "bizarre." Nobody told SvenComputer this was a meeting for non-binary people to discuss inclusion. Translated, he can take his ones and zeroes and RAM them up his disc drive. So much for tolerance.
Some might think SvenComputer a giant meanypants for crashing the non-binary transformer party. In reality, he's merely combatting their silliness with some silliness of his own. Meeting absurdity with more absurdity, and generating laughs in the process. May Hewlett-Packard bless him for years to come.
Also, this isn't the first time SvenComputer has gone deep undercover: