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You're drawing out an argument that does not exist. You've done a nice job creating a bunch of strawmen - nothing you argue against in your post is stated in the article. They are all insinuations YOU'VE made, and far-fetched "Well what if..." scenarios. The author made no mention whatsoever of "pushing" anything, either - YOU'RE the dangerous whackjob.
What you spell out are, unfortunately, EXCEPTIONS to the rule. Just because you can rationalize one particular example (wherein not enough details are given to make a decision about the presence microaggression, and in this case are supposed to serve as exactly that - EXAMPLES of the point the author is making, where their validity is assumed because they are HIS examples) does not mean microaggression does not exist.
Kindly unpack your white privilege before you make such moronic comments.
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