Whether white men can be discriminated against is one question. Whether THESE white men were discriminated against is a second question. Whether men should generally be bothered by a female referring to them by their male anatomy is yet a third question. I will let you answer these questions for yourself.The only valid question in this set is question number two: Whether those [white]men were discriminated against. The other two "questions" are not questions at all. They are a matter of fact. White men, like all other men can be discriminated against and when it comes to the workplace a man can and should be bothered by a female referring to them by their "special" anatomy. There is no "make up your own mind" when it comes to this. There is no fuzzy grey area. This is what I was referring to last night.
But talk about a toxic workplace.
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
As a follow up to last night's post on protected classes. Jane Wells shows us just how far the rabbit hole goes. Remember that I said that the material directed at white males eventually filters down to the rest of us. Here's a wonderful example: