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College Student Confesses to Microaggressions in 22 Page Paper

College Student Confesses to Microaggressions in 22 Page Paper

“At the time I did not think anything of it.”

Just another example of progressive politics replacing real scholarship.

The Daily Caller reports:

Cali Student Confesses Microaggressions in 22-Page Paper

A California student confessed microaggressions she had perpetrated on the LGBTQ community for her capstone project published Friday.

California State University, Monterey Bay student Erika A. Perez Montes, who identifies as “queer,” published the 22-page paper, entitled “Microaggressions within the LGBTQ+ Community: An Autoethnography,” as her senior capstone project for her human communication major with a practical and professional ethics emphasis.

“The oppressed can become the oppressors,” Montes said in her project proposal. “My expectations are to identify artifacts were [sic] I have committed microaggressions in the LGBTQ+ community. This would include Facebook posts, past memories, and experiences. I will also be journaling [sic] to reflect on these artifacts and why it was [sic] a microaggression towards the LGBTQ+ community.”

The student proceeds to divide microaggressions into three separate types: microinvalidations, which are unconscious, microassaults, which are deliberate, and microinsults.

Montes’ first reflection consists of an occasion when she took a picture of her friend’s “goofy” smile and posted it to Facebook with the caption “haha, look at this f**gots weird ass smile xD.”

“At the time I did not think anything of it. I can also recall that I said the word ‘f**got’ a lot as a term of endearment, even though now I don’t think there’s anything endearing about it,” the student said, analyzing the incident. “A lot my ‘friends’ at the time said that word and somehow I adopted it. I can’t say that word without doing a big gulp before I say it or even type it now.”

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Erika thinks the work “faggot” is a term of endearment?
I hate to know what she calls people she doesn’t like.

I can also recall that I said the word ‘f**got’ a lot as a term of endearment

It’s not terribly clear that such a major-league “politeness” fail qualifies as “micro” anything. And 22 pages of such stuff wouldn’t be a good look on anybody.

The kid’s problem isn’t that she’s a microaggressor; she’s a serial xxxhole.

Micro agression is a load of crap. Just a way for Progressive Fascists to complain.

At least this opens the door for black people to admit that they sometimes use the “N” word as a term of endearment. /s

Expecting anyone to read 22 pages of drivel is not “microaggression”. The more appropriate term may be “asshattery”:

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=asshattery

Albigensian | July 16, 2018 at 3:38 pm

But for full credit, she really should establish a chapter of Flagellants for Political Purity on her campus.

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