This is apparently a hobby for them. They must have lots of time on their hands.

Campus Reform reports:

Librarians invent new ‘queermisic microaggressions’

Simmons College librarians are now warning against “queermisic microaggressions” in a new reference guide created for students and professors.

According to the guide, “Queermisic microaggressions” are similar to traditional microaggressions in that they can be unintentional comments that are interpreted as insults against LGBT people, except that microaggressions of the “queermisic” variety are rooted in “hate or hatred.”

To provide examples of such microaggressions, the librarians cite a BuzzFeed article that warns against making hateful comments such as “I’m not prejudiced,” “I don’t have a problem with lesbians,” and “is she a lesbian, or did she just give up on men?”

These microaggressions apparently fit into the broader societal pattern of “Queermisia,” which the librarians claim is the hatred of LGBT people stemming from heterosexuals’ stronghold on “institutional power.”

The librarians also warn that straight people enforce heterosexuality on society because of their desire to maintain “heteronormativity,” a term that refers to the fact that straight people overwhelmingly outnumber LGBT people.

Queermisia ultimately “obscures the reality of the fluidity of sexual identity, sexual/romantic attraction, and their complex relationship to gender,” the librarians write, adding that it “marginalizes the identities and experiences” of non-straight people.