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Gina Crosley-Corcoran Thinks Cancer Is Easier Than Graduate School

By Monicasmommusings @mom2natkatcj

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I kid you not folks. Gina Crosley-Corcoran, aka The Feminist Breeder, has found the final ten weeks of her master degree program to be so hard that she actually thinks and said she is jealous of people who have Cancer. Because apparently constantly throwing up, not eating, having harsh chemicals forced into your body causing all sorts of nasty symptoms, losing your hair, being in danger of going out in public and catching everything you come into contact with because the drugs you take to fight off your Cancer so you can hopefully have some shot of actually living have rendered your immune system incompetent, is just far more desirable than getting an education. When you put it like that I guess what’s there not to be jealous of?

Here were her words on the matter:

Gina Crosley-Corcoran

The Feminist BreederI cannot tell you how many awful times I have been jealous of someone diagnosed with cancer lately.

When Gina got called on her epic insensitivity towards anyone and everyone affected by Cancer her response was what she always does, to ban and delete. But then she took it one step further. Because people just wouldn’t let it go she had to make a statement. Most people would offer up an apology for their terribly insensitive statement. But no, not Gina because Gina of course is the only one whose feelings actually matter. She had this to say:

TFB Cancer

The Feminist Breeder Please ignore all the ableist pieces of shit commenting on this thread. They already caused one person to delete her comment (which took my reply along with it.) I suffer a well known and well documented anxiety and depressive disorder and anyone who lives in that daily hell knows that extra stressors like school can make a person feel like death is a relief. But keep attacking me for my feelings you stupid little trolls. I’ll keep deleting your asshole comments.

Do you got that all of you people who have either had Cancer, have Cancer, or have lost someone to Cancer, you’re ableist pieces of shit. And just a bunch of trolls. Never mind that they once were fans of yours, possibly even paying blog readers. They called you on your nonsense and you called them names.

And how dare you blame your mental illness. You hurt people. You know, like people you claim have hurt you causing you to cry yourself to sleep at night for simple offenses like sharing a picture on Facebook that you yourself posted publicly on Facebook. Are you so gone from reality that you can’t see that being jealous of Cancer patients is the lowest of the low? If that’s the case Gina, then I have a suggestion for you. Shut down your page, take a sabbatical from school, and check yourself inpatient into a psychiatric hospital. If your depression and anxiety have made you lose that much sight on things, then don’t continue to add to your stressors by posting every single detail of your life on the internet. You are hurting yourself, you are hurting your followers, and sadly the ones suffering the most are your children.

If you can’t see it yourself and your husband refuses to see it, then perhaps your school would like to step in here. So how about it University of Illinois? You have a student by her own admission here is so stressed out by her course load that she thinks having Cancer is preferable to having to sit through another class. Will you take this cry for help seriously? **Note: before Gina begins accusing me of stalking her and spreading personal information about her, the only reason I know the school she attends is because she herself posted publicly what school she attends.

But have no fear Gina, those words which the original commenter deleted ::cough:: it was you ::cough, cough:: are not lost forever. They are circulating around the internet, just like here with your name attached, to show you for exactly who you are. So maybe places like the Uzazi Village won’t be duped into working with someone who cares so little about anyone, but herself. What a stain you put on the record of the companies and organizations you come into contact with. It’s a real crying shame the suffering you cause.

You think it’s our job to stand up and speak out against hurtful words against women and people of color, right Gina Crosley-Corcoran? Well, I agree, except I think it’s our job to speak out against the hurtful words said towards all people. And since Cancer doesn’t care about race, gender, ethnicity, sexual preference, or socioeconomic background, then I would say your words were the biggest injustice we should speak out against. And then to try to scapegoat the whole thing by using your mental illness? Really Gina, that’s just lower than low.

I have a family member who likes to excuse his hurtful behavior towards me by blaming his mental illness. I won’t let him pull that on me so I damn as sure am not going to let you get away with it. The thing is that even at his lowest point my family member has only ever hurled personal insults that were directed towards me and me alone in the name of mental illness. I don’t even think he would have the audacity to say what you have said about Cancer, and if he did then blame his mental illness for saying it and not once apologize for it.

You’re playing a dangerous game here Gina and I implore you to get help. And if you won’t help yourself, then I implore someone in your life to get it for you. You can start by taking the internet away.

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