Microaggression Madness: Footwear Flattery and Santa Cause Coed Kerfuffle

Todd Starnes
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Posted: Jun 27, 2016 1:24 PM
Microaggression Madness: Footwear Flattery and Santa Cause Coed Kerfuffle

The University of North Carolina has been infected with a micro-aggression pandemic. We are being led to believe the entire campus has been afflicted with this highly-communicable, politically correct malady.

University officials recently released online guidelines to employees on issues ranging from gender-neutral dress codes to casual conversations about ladies shoes – in hopes of staving off the spread of this heinous disease.

One of the guidelines posted on UNC’s Employee Forum warned against complimenting a woman on her choice of footwear. To do so would be considered to be a micro-aggression meaning “I notice how you look and dress more than I value your intellectual contributions. How you look is really important.”

Campus Reform was the first to expose UNC’s micro-aggression policies – that covered everything from Islam to transgenderism.

For instance, only having “male” and “female” as gender options on forms is considered to be a micro-aggression because it implies “you must fit in the gender binary and select among these predefined categories.”

Read the full story at FoxNews.com.