Daily Adams

Distinguishing mountains from molehills

“This is the context in which I see the talk of microaggression and privilege more generally. I do not deny that microaggressions are real. I simply question whether they are really so important as to justify the fuss. When we can afford to spend so much energy worrying about nuances of language and how much space people occupy, it’s probably because we’ve made significant progress on the much bigger and far more dangerous problems. And living in a society in which that is true is the invisible privilege of those who think they are the constantly microaggressed against victims of the privilege of others.”

Via Anti-Semitic “Microaggressions” and the True Price of Civilization @  Bleeding Heart Libertarians.

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