The Crybabies are at it again. Did you know if you dislike someone else’s food you’re a racista nd it’s a “microagression” against an entire people! (White people, of course, are always excluded).
Campus Reform: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 event, which was hosted by the Queer Student Union, was described as an opportunity for students to tell “stories of microaggressions they have experienced in their lives and [frame] them inside of the larger forces of their respective worlds, such as identity, culture, and others.”
A Hispanic student from the School of Education began by declaring that “I refuse to take up [the] identity” of “American” because “this country has decided to take it upon itself to identify as an entire hemisphere,” which he called “the most blatant microaggression in the context of this country.”
Instead of American, the student said he identifies as Latinx, queer, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and from Southern California.
So where’s your “self-identified” Latinx Passport asshole? 🙂
And if you don’t want to be an “American” you are free to leave. I hear Mexico is… 🙂
Later, recounting the time he told his mother he was queer, he noted her response of “I love you. Do you need to speak to a counselor?” “as if though my sexuality’s…some mental health problem that I had to deal with.”
No, but your Crybaby Generation immaturity sure is.
The Hispanic student also took offense when people criticized his food taste, saying “don’t insult something that I like just because you don’t….My taste, whether it’s my orientation or my food are mine….You’re insulting the taste of the people that I grew up with…an entire subculture…an entire people that you don’t even know exist.”
“Please don’t tell me you wear those together” was another microaggression, reportedly suffered by female Hispanic student Hannah Melissa Borja, when a friend saw Borja in cow skin boots and a poncho her family had passed down to her.
So clothes are now a “microagression”. Is anything NOT a “microagression” with the Crybaby Generation. OF COURSE NOT!
Everything is Offensive!
(I know have the song “Everything is Awesome” from the Lego Movie stuck in my head but with “everything is Offensive” instead).
During her speech, Borja called out her “closest friend,” Logan, who was in the audience and allegedly guilty of perpetrating the latest microaggression against her, recalling that before she went to an interview with a Latino law firm employee, Logan told her to “remember to use your best Spanish and don’t speak with an accent.” When Borja said “I can’t help my accent,” Logan responded “you know what I meant; don’t eat your ‘r’s or your ‘s’es.”
Don’t be yourself. After all, the employer is always looking for a whiny Crybaby fake. 🙂
Speaking to the event’s attendees, Borja said “I do know what he meant…don’t talk like Puerto Rican, don’t be the stereotypical, Puerto Rican girl who has no business being in the professional world. Don’t be you, go home.”
Wow, they do need counseling, don’t they! The Liberal Victimization Indoctrination has taught them well.
A female Muslim student in a hijab later claimed she had been told “no one’s going to be physically attracted to you; isn’t that the point of the headscarf?” and “how do we know you’re a girl? You’re probably bald under there.”
She also complained about two competing stereotypes of Muslims who wear the hijab, one in which they are “asexual, unfeminine, and prudish…the sexually uninterested veiled woman” and another “orientalist one” that has led to “privileged white men [who] think it’s okay to drunkenly grab me as I walk down the Corner and ask me what I’m hiding.”
Welcome to The Western World. Now Grow up.
Another speaker, Francesca Callicotte, said that if people don’t call out microaggressions, “the unintentional will become intentional and impulsive ignorance will become premeditated aggression.”
And Microagressions will become censorship….Whoops! 🙂
Some students had complaints that arguably went beyond “microaggressions.” A black woman described a relationship she had with a white man in which “the barrage of microaggressions began” when he called her “brown sugar” and referred to her as a “shiny token.” The relationship culminated in the man sometimes saying the n-word, “the white race is just superior, but you’re the exception,” and telling her he wanted an all-white America.
Well, they weren’t trying to hang you, like you like your ancestors. And besides, blacks can say things worse than that and you won’t bat an eye. So it’s just “racist” victimization. After all, all whites are racists. 🙂
During the dialogue period, students were instructed to introduce themselves and their pronouns, “use ‘I’ statements,” and “follow proper turn-taking procedure (wait for 2 people to talk in between the times you speak and speak again).”
Hi, My Name is CryBaby. I get offended by Everything and I want you to suffer for it. 🙂
At Campus Reform’s table, one student noted that “a lot of older white men” speak to her in ways she deems “disrespectful.”
I deem “Microagressions” disrespectful, will you change? Of Course not. Get over it. Some people are just assholes! That’s Life.
Another said “I’m not gonna lie; when I see somebody who looks like a stereotypical frat brother, I get scared to share certain things.” A student also mentioned that she “loved” when the speakers talked about “correcting people” while still maintaining friendships.
When one student expressed discomfort with “the r-word,” or “retarded,” Campus Reform asked if she would be fine with it being used scientifically to refer to a slower growth process, to which the student said context mattered.
So THAT’s why I keep getting called “retarded” by Liberals. 🙂
Another student almost referred to her older brother as “severely autistic” instead of “autistic,” but quickly corrected herself, saying “I’m still unlearning some things, too.” Regarding the r-word, she said “I just hate that word in general” and alluded to the US government’s replacement of the term “mental retardation” with “intellectual disability.”
Or “Justice Involved Individual” for “criminal” or “Migrant” for “illegal immigrant”. 🙂
Campus Reform also asked students how they felt about racist and sexist jokes and games like Cards Against Humanity. Some students thought jokes were alright if they “punched up” vs. “punched down.”
What the fuck does that mean?
When Campus Reform brought up the Charlie Hebdo shooting and the question of what is and is not acceptable as satire, some students agreed with the magazine’s right to freedom of expression, but one said “if people are being degraded by these stereotypes and they’re uncomfortable with it, I think that’s enough reason to not use it and I’m just very uncomfortable with the tendency to immediately just start picking apart Islam.”
Until they blow you up, that is… 🙂
None of the students, however, could answer precisely who should be allowed to determine which jokes are off limits.
Because they don’t know. They are “victim” sheep in a “tolerance” and “diversity” “inclusion” world but without the CONTEXT to understand even that!
Reflecting on the growing hostility to PC culture, one student said “the person who’s usually calling people crybabies is usually coming from a place of privilege where they’ve never been attacked on anything and then as soon as they are, it’s ‘oh God, everyone’s being so horrible.’”
Well, nice to see this Crybaby is wrong, but should look in the mirror sometime and see themselves. But I wouldn’t want to burst her bubble about how real life works…