“When it was my turn to pay, the 40-ish, balding cashier seemed nice at first.”
Can you imagine living your life plagued by the big problem of microaggressions? Also, what does it say about the world we live in if this can be an actual problem?
The College Fix reports:
Student op-ed: Constant microaggressions are a ‘macro problem’
Invoking the names of now-US Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh and his sexual assault accuser Christine Blasey Ford, a University of California-Santa Barbara student says the sheer quantity of so-called microaggressions women suffer on a daily basis adds up to a “macro problem.”
Writing in the Daily Nexus, Ally McCulloch sounds like the life of any party (/sarcasm), perpetually critiquing each and every gesture and word (from men) for possible offense to those possessing a pair of X chromosomes: “A small smirk, too small to even see a glimpse of a tooth, a quick shuffle, and my feet are flying toward the door. A stare held a few seconds too long […]”
McCulloch continues through a stereotypical feminist’s litany of gripes, from being taught that women’s bodies are “objects,” to having to prove their mettle in “male-dominated” college majors … and a poor checkout guy at a local supermarket bears the brunt of her microaggression accumulation (at least in her mind):
When it was my turn to pay, the 40-ish, balding cashier seemed nice at first. He asked me how I was, but then proceeded to tell me that I should smile more because I “look much prettier that way.”
At first, two responses came to mind: One, fuck you; two, you should put on some deodorant to cover that smell — but we can’t all have nice things.
Ms. McCulloch still retains some of microaggressions from the Kavanaugh hearings, apparently, because after all, of what import are facts and evidence when it comes to feminist dogma?
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