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UNIV. OF ARIZONA DISTRIBUTES SNOWFLAKES GUIDE ON HOW TO DEAL WITH MEAN WORDS – THEY CALL IT MICROAGGRESSION

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In an attempt to create a more respectful campus environment, the University of Arizona has released a booklet on handling microaggressions

 

The University of Arizona has released a 20-page booklet for snowflakes on microaggression. It will serve as a guide for teachers and students should follow inside and outside the classroom when it comes to combatting microaggression.

A microaggression is defined as ‘the everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs or insults, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to target persons based solely upon their marginalized group membership.

 

MICROAGGRESSION EXAMPLES

  • Continuing to mispronounce the names of students after they have corrected you time and time again

Professor: ‘Is Jose Cuinantila here?’ Student: ‘I am here, but my name is Jesús Quintanilla.’

 • Scheduling tests and project due dates on religious or cultural holidays

‘It has just been pointed out to me that I scheduled the mid-term during Rosh Hashanah, but we are okay because I don’t see any Jewish students in the class.’

 • Setting low expectations for students from particular groups or high schools ‘Oh, so Robert, you’re from Pine Ridge High School? You are going to need lots of academic help in my class!’ 

• Calling on and validating male students and ignoring female students during class discussions

‘Let’s call on John again. He seems to have lots of great responses to some of these problems.’

• Expressing racially charged political opinions in class assuming that people with those racial/ethnic identities do not exist in class

‘I think illegal aliens are criminals because they are breaking the law and need to be rounded up and sent back to Mexico.’

 • Singling students out in class because of their backgrounds

‘You’re Asian! Can you tell us what the Japanese think about our trade policies?’

• Denying the experiences of students by questioning the credibility and validity of their stories

‘I’ve eaten and shopped plenty of times in that part of town and it’s nothing like you describe it. How long have you lived there and who are you hanging out with?’ 

• Assigning class projects that are heterosexist, sexist, racist, or promote other oppressions

‘For the class project, I want you to think about a romantic relationship that you have had with a member of the opposite sex. Think and write about your observations.’

 • Not respecting students gender pronouns, especially students who use gender neutral pronouns

‘Alex, you use ‘they/them’ pronouns. No, that’s too confusing. They is plural. I’m going to use him for you.’

• Using heterosexist or sexist examples or language in class.

‘Atoms sometimes attract each other like this male and female here. At the same time, atoms sometimes repel each other like these two males here.’ 

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THE ‘WHITE PRIVILEGE CHART’ SNOWFLAKES CAN’T STOP READING AND SHARING

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Snowflakes alert! Check the chart “10 Ways You Can Actively Reject Your White Privilege”released by United Church of Christ and liberal snowflakes just can’t get enough reading and sharing this very vital survival guide for their melting specie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

HILARIOUS ‘SAVE THE SNOWFLAKES’ VIDEO UPSETS HILLARY SUPPORTERS: HOW TO SAVE THEM FROM MELTING ‘for the price of a pumpkin spice latte per week’

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Conservative group Media Research Center are so concerned for Hillary Clinton’s delicate snowflakes still melting after Trump’s victory  they decided to create the site “savethesnowflakes.org” explaining the fragile conditions of America’s snowflakes and how to save them ‘for the price of a pumpkin spice latte per week’.

Our nation’s snowflakes are being cared for by colleges and universities across the country. These schools – no, HEROES – are financially supporting cry-ins, hot chocolate, bubbles, kittens, puppies and ponies, crayons, and Play-Doh to comfort these wounded snowflakes. Some schools even canceled exams and classes to ensure that America’s youth are treated with extra care and understanding during these difficult times.

But clearly, it’s not enough. State budgets cannot be expected to bear this burden alone. It’s going to take a far more sustainable funding source to ensure special snowflakes have the emotional support they need. In response, we here at the Media Research Center have launched the Save the Snowflakes project to respond to this emergency and bring crucial attention to this devastating human crisis.

For the price of a pumpkin spice latte per week, you can help these snowflakes find solace in their safe spaces, far away from micro-aggressions and campus triggers like conservative ideas, facts, logic, or any opposing views. The media may not choose to expose this atrocity, but the Media Research Center, through our Save the Snowflakes initiative, is doing much more – we’re taking action! We won’t rest until we save each and every special snowflake from the horrors of exposure to … things they simply do not agree with.”

 

 

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LIBERAL CRYBABIES! COLLEGES CONSOLE FRAGILE STUDENTS, ANARCHISTS RIOTS – THE EXTREME COPING FROM TRAUMA OF TRUMP VICTORY

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THE LIBERAL CRYBABIES AND THE TRAUMA OF TRUMP VICTORY!  HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGES CONSOLE EMOTIONALLY FRAGILE STUDENTS AND DISTRAUGHT TEACHERS WITH LIBERAL SOLUTIONS. ON THE OTHER HAND, RIOTERS AND ANARCHISTS ARE TAKING TO THE STREETS TO EXPRESS THEIR LIBERAL RAGE.

Rush Limbaugh  :  In 2004, when John Kerry lost, here in south Florida — I think this was the first time that I was actually aware of it — a bunch of brand-new therapy centers in existing hospitals and clinics sprung up to help Democrat voters who were distraught over John Kerry’s loss.  And they got so many customers that a new business was created, postelection stress disorder.

That’s the scenario in 2004. But in 2016, it became a trickle down meltdown from adults to high school students. ( Trump victory sparks student walk-out at Berkeley High School, angry protests across California )

How did it happen? Thanks to Democrat-run schools, the new generation of American students are being groomed to become a bunch of liberal snowflakes – so emotionally fragile they need safe spaces, school counseling for ‘traumatic’ presidential debates, therapy dogs, safety pin symbol, coloring books to calm them, campus cry-in with hot chocolate and tissues for their precious fragile tears, and the usual cancelling of exams and classes because liberal teachers and students too distraught to get out of their beds and face the truth that Donald Trump is the new president and not Hillary Clinton.

 

SOURCE: Scenes from the liberal meltdown

  •  The University of Michigan offered its traumatized students coloring books and Play-Doh to calm them. (Are its students in college or kindergarten?)
  •  The University of Kansas reminded its stressed-out kids that therapy dogs, a regular campus feature, were available.
  •  Cornell University, an Ivy League school, held a campus-wide “cry-in,” with officials handing out tissues and hot chocolate.
  •  Tufts University offered its devastated students arts and crafts sessions. (OK, not kindergarten — more like summer camp.)
  •  At campuses from elite Yale to Connecticut to Iowa and beyond, professors canceled classes and/or exams — either because students asked or because instructors were too distraught to teach.

 

Photo published for Portland Anti-Trump Protest Turns to Chaos as Anarchists Smash Cars and Bus Stops

 

 

On the other extreme side of the fragile snowflakes, you have the far-left angry liberal loonies protesting and rioting, with some paid $15/hour by George Soros-funded organizations.

 

 

 

 

Thousands of L.A. County high school students stage walkouts to protest Donald Trump's victory