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I notice there are zero examples (I've also heard Dr. Sue speak) of microaggressions against white males, so the message is that only white males are instigators of microaggression...only women and other races and ethnicities are victims...Dr. Sue is doing a good job marketing his "idea," but it's being taken to the extreme so if I ask "would you like a cup of coffee?" can be construed as a microaggression...it's trying to control speech (Orwell, anyone?)...remember, behind every successful man is a woman...nah, that's not belittling to suggest men are ignorant and incompetent...that's life!
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Political rhetoric and the attack on women and the poor.
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