The director of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) wrote an op-ed in TIME on the issue of colleges limiting free speech: University campuses are now home to a plethora of speech restrictions. From sidewalk-sized “free-speech…
Microaggressions and triggering words! Fear for your lives! *sarcasm* Carnegie Mellon University is accepting submissions for its annual MLK writing contest whose past winners have written everything from poetry on microaggressions to full length essays…
Ronald Wheeler of Boston University’s law school claimed in a law journal article that microaggressions can be disciminatory in nature. You can read his bio here.
Um, that doesn’t make any sense how someone’s views can be a microaggression. Then again, microaggressions don’t make sense, where microaggressions mean that people are triggered and upset by what people say.
Apparently, the taxpayer-funded microaggressions guide at North Carolina disappeared soon after it went up.
Words like “Christmas vacation” are considered microaggressions at North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
The “Inclusive Terminology” guide put out by the school sounds ludicrous.
Calling a disabled person “inspiring” can be considered a microaggression at Mizzou. Wow.
Really?! Yes, it’s a reality at Wisconsin-Madison.
This microaggression mentality is getting out of hand: During a “Managing Microaggressions” event last Monday at the University of Virginia, students spoke out against microaggressions like identifying as “American” and criticizing someone’s taste in food. The…