I am not a liberal snowflake. My feelings aren't fragile, my heart isn't bleeding.
I am badass BELIEVER in HUMAN RIGHTS. My TOUGHNESS is my TENDERNESS.
My STRENGTH is in the SERVICE of others. There is nothing more FIERCE than formidable, UNCONDITIONAL LOVE.
There is nothing more COURAGEOUS than COMPASSION.
But if my belief in EQUITY, EMPATHY, GOODNESS, and LOVE indeed makes me or people like me snowflakes, then you should know... WINTER IS COMING!!!
Sounds sorta mean for a compassionate person, with the all-caps and the threat of winter and how many there will be. I'm always surprised to see that from Nice People. She means me, without realising that, and I'm offended.
She's a little defensive, too, I would say. Maybe someone's fragile feelings were hurt. Seems like you could break an arm patting yourself on the back like that. I'm wondering what the "unconditional" aprt of this love is, except as cliched synonym for really intense and a whole lot.
I'n not sure what HUMAN RIGHTS she thinks her opponents don't support. I think she means legal rights that she believes are so obvious they don't need a defense. Last year that was trans bathrooms. I don't know what service she is talking about either.
She would be utterly contemptuous of a conservative person who claimed such personal goodness with the implied insult to those who are in political disagreement. There are such conservatives, of course. Lots of them. People who say they've worked hard and never asked for a thing, putting a spotlight on their generosity, and respectability, complaining that others in this society don't do that. You can find them in comments sections all over the internet. Sometimes in live space, too, though I don't know many. You don't expect to find college professors, counselors, and others who have had the advantages of gentle upbringing with this need for cartoons, however. There is a need to see oneself as righteous. A love for hating others.