According to Oxford University’s Equality and Diversity Unit, students who avoid making eye contact with their peers might be guilty of racism.
Apparently diverting one’s gaze from someone of a different race is right up there with saying the N-word.
And so it is that Oxford’s Equality and Diversity Unit notes that committing such “racial micro-aggressions” might even lead to the victim experiencing “mental ill-health.”
Yeah, if you refuse to make eye-contact with Precious, she might have a nervous breakdown.
Why can’t these Orwellian diversity and equality hucksters just once tell these bubble-wrapped bobble-heads on campus, “Suck it up, buttercup.”
Instead of concocting new-age social engineering mechanisms to make society conform to the sensibilities of Generation Snowflake, why can’t we just tell the snowflakes to adapt to society?
Or would uttering such a common sense suggestion trigger a “micro-aggression"?