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Check Your Own Damn Privilege Week at College Insurrection

Check Your Own Damn Privilege Week at College Insurrection

Checking your privilege is all the rage on college campuses these days.

Of course, if you don’t want to check your privilege, there are alternatives.

And there are some people who just won’t play the game.

Some people really are more privileged than others. For instance, while Condoleezza Rice was protested by students and faculty at Rutgers…

And yet…

You know who seems to think they’re more privileged than others? Students like these…

And the geniuses who decide what’s racist…

And Satanists at Harvard…

But fraternities are bad, mmmkay?

Crazy leftist professors. The gift that keeps on giving…

Higher Ed Bubble update…

New adventures in college sports…

Nice try, buddy…

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I actually tried it. I took that stupid quiz, and as a white male “heterosexual” (whatever that means), I got a 49 – not privileged. Oh, and I’m of the same religion as Tal, who started the revolt.

Which just goes to show that the Left is once again judging people by the color of their skin instead of the content of their character – or even what they went through.

P.S. To be fair, I got in under the wire, because I stated that I am not comfortable with “Public Displays of Affection” with my “partner”. But that’s not because I’m not proud of my wife – I just don’t believe in PDA.

The Ben Carson story also belongs here, I would think.

Bruno Lesky | May 18, 2014 at 8:28 am

HumpDay privilege recognized, leading to camel banning from campus event:

Well, no one said that civilization would be easy to keep. In fact, the world, and history, is littered with populations that failed to mitigate progressive corruption and ultimately experienced a dysfunctional convergence. The Torah documents not a few failed human enterprises that swung wildly to the left, including minority rule, moral incontinence, etc.

n-n: And especially the rich exploiting the poor, which is what the left often does de facto.

I salivate at the chance for some “enlightened” liberal asks me to check my privilege. I have noticed that the notion of checking privilege only happens on campus. If asked of in the real world I suspect the “enlightened” leftist would get his/her/it’s feeling hurt, and hurt badly….to the point that the racist/bigot epithet would be hurled, much as a grenade lobbed in desperation at advancing troops.