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UVA Student: Identifying as “American” is a Microaggression

Safe space cry-baby upset by appropriation of “entire hemisphere”

by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:

During an event hosted by the Queer Student Union at the University of Virginia, one student asserted that identifying as “American” was a microaggression.

Entitled “Managing Microaggressions,” the event encouraged students to relate “stories of microaggressions they have experienced in their lives.”

“A Hispanic student from the School of Education began by declaring that “I refuse to take up [the] identity” of “American” because “this country has decided to take it upon itself to identify as an entire hemisphere,” which he called “the most blatant microaggression in the context of this country,”writes Rob Shimshock.

The student insisted on identifying as “Latinx, queer, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and from Southern California,” before also chastising people who criticized his taste in food.

“My taste, whether it’s my orientation or my food are mine….You’re insulting the taste of the people that I grew up with…an entire subculture…an entire people that you don’t even know exist,” said the student.

Another student at the event publicly shamed her “closest” friend for telling her to drop her strong Latino accent for a job interview at a law firm.

The expansion of alleged “microaggressions” is another way in which the left is using political correctness to chill free speech.

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