Do you struggle talking on campus because you’re afraid of triggering someone? Are you constantly aware of your surroundings, hoping you don’t get shamed for being a Christian? Then this guide is for you. Written by college librarians, the pamphlet is meant to help Christians stay completely silent, both inside and outside the library.
Kind gestures are on the list of no-nos for Christians or otherwise.
“Islamomisic Microaggressions are commonplace verbal or behavioral indignities, whether intentional or unintentional…[that] invoke oppressive systems of religious/Christian hierarchy… Greeting someone ‘Merry Christmas’ or saying ‘God bless you’ after someone sneezes conveys one’s perception that everyone is Christian or believes in God.”
Firstly, wrong. Secondly, stupid. “God bless you” is technically far from Islamophobic. It insinuates belief in a monotheistic being. The exact thing Islam professes. These librarians don’t seem to read the thousands of research sources at their stubby fingertips.
Also, notice how this kind of speech monitoring isn’t applied to any other group. This hatred is reserved exclusively for Jesus freaks.
The guide also argues that some Christians reap “Christian privilege” because they “expect to have time off work to celebrate religious holidays,” and “when swearing an oath, you will place your hand on a religious scripture pertaining to your faith.
Asking Christians not to swear by the Bible is like asking Bill Clinton to abstain from all the sex things. You don’t see these people going to Syria and telling Muslims their daily prayers and terrorism are aggressive toward non-Muslims.
Instead, they want to crush the faith upon which the nation was founded to accommodate minorities. No Godliness allowed.
Considering our history, telling people not to say “bless you” after a sneeze is asking the entirety of America to abandon a courtesy they’ve learned since infancy. Stuck up feminists in sweater cardigans and large framed glasses don’t have a say in standard greetings. They can make up their own phrases, but posses no right to shush people outside the library. As much as being shushed is enjoyable.
Of all the problems in the world, this is what college SJWs choose to focus on. They pick innocent “condescending” phrases from Christianity, meanwhile ignoring actual problems associated with various other religions. The stabby, shooty, and blow uppy principles of Islam are far more dangerous to the world than sneeze culture. Except for in the eyes of germaphobes.