Universities rob students of money for overpriced books, safe spaces, and Salmonella ridden cafeteria food. Now a university wants even more cash money to teach students about microaggressions (see Western Washington Students Post Demands to Fire People over ‘Microagressions’ and Feminist Professors to College Students: Stop Citing White Males Because Racism). Surprise, surprise.
In case you’ve been living under a rock: free speech is dying.
Rutgers University requires freshmen to pay for their own microaggression training as part of the $175 New Student Orientation program.
The school acknowledges that microaggressions are “not the same as hate crimes or overt bigotry,” but asserts that such unintentional slights can still “make an impact” on students, even declaring that the workshop is not “making a big deal out of nothing” because “[a]ctually, it is a big deal and it goes deeper than just words.”
“Victims of microaggressions often feel unsafe and not included,” the presentation explains, adding that microaggressions cause “significant long-term harm” and increase one’s risk of “illness and a decreased immune system.”
Maybe sufferers of microaggressions are already at risk for said health concerns because of their miserable condition called “leftism.” They could be even more at risk because they can no longer afford medication while paying for irrelevant microaggression classes. But hey, what do I know?
On the Rutgers University-New Brunswick campus alone, no fewer than five academic buildings currently have “Language Matters” posters hung up on bulletin boards, which warn students that “your words have power” and tell students to be mindful when they talk about issues such as terrorism and illegal immigration.
In other words, pay more money and don’t say mean words. Like the medically accurate “retarded,” or “illegal alien.” This is what college students are shoveling money out the butt to be taught. Remember when college used to be about education for a career? Me neither.
Microagressions aren’t real. They’re a way to limit people speech, to stifle view points which run counter to the leftist narrative. Do not fall victim to them.
To better understand the primal thought processes of liberal students everywhere, observe: