The University of New Hampshire is a pretty pricey, fancy college, but I wouldn't go there if you paid me.
That's because of their "Bias Free Language Guide."
It covers "microagressions" -- including "micro-insults" -- plus offenses against "ageism, sexism, racism" and other "-isms."
The guide gets off to a bad start with its dubious definition of "democracy" and goes downhill from there. It's Orwell's 1984 except it isn't fiction.
Here's an actual example from the guide:
You shouldn't say "Dogs smell funny" in front of a blind person with a seeing eye dog.
Another "problematic" word? "American."
A major contributor to the guide is Melissa Harris-Perry, a pundit on far left MSNBC who, among other things, wore tampon earrings on the air and mocked interracial adoption. Is this the intellectual and moral role mode a university needs?
Anyway, after this 5000 word guide showed up on their website, something interesting happened...
Here's a copy of the guide so you can see how crazy it is yourself:
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