That can get you potentially expelled from college, if you are a student. It can wreak havoc on your social media accounts and attract Leftist Maggots like flies on shite.
It can certainly get you body slammed by your fellow college peers because you don’t pull the line that all the mooing brainless student cows believe their wilting-flower sensitivities trump surrounding reality.
Hanna Oh is now a SPOC — a “Shady Person Of Color” according to Claremont McKenna College’s school newspaper — for suggesting as editor of that paper in November of 2015 that “safe spaces” have no place on college campuses.
She partially wrote (see the complete article):
To our fellow Claremont students, we are disappointed in you as well.
We are disappointed in the fact that your movement has successfully managed to convince its members that anyone who dissents does so not for intelligent reasons, but due to moral failure or maliciousness.
We are disappointed that you’ve used phrases like “silence is violence” to not only demonize those who oppose you, but all who are not actively supporting you.
We are most disappointed, however, in the rhetoric surrounding “safe spaces.”
College is the last place that should be a safe space. We come here to learn about views that differ from our own, and if we aren’t made to feel uncomfortable by these ideas, then perhaps we aren’t venturing far enough outside of our comfort zone.
We would be doing ourselves a disservice to ignore viewpoints solely on the grounds that they may make us uncomfortable, and we would not be preparing ourselves to cope well with adversity in the future.
Dealing with ideas that make us uncomfortable is an important part of growing as students and as people, and your ideas will inhibit opportunities for that growth.
The problem is that Oh has dared to expose the truth about college’s little dainty darlings across the nation.
But when you control college campus ranguage as Leftists do, you can write anything you want about someone “of color” if they don’t pull their own “color weight.”
Like Hannah Oh. Who betrayed her college values by spilling the Leftist beans that not only did students demand a “safe space” on campus — but via a private Google document — wanted a sound system, kitchenware, and a “board of SPOCs” that they wished to post on the wall in their “safe space.” Not a board as in a council, but a board that would reveal those persons they believed were no longer worthy of their swarthiness.
Claremont then reacted as predicted by firing people and creating a temporary “safe space” whilst working on a permanent one. Was there an administrative reaction to the concept of “SPOC” on their campus? — which is a demeaning term to persons of color — no. There was no reaction by the Claremont administration. As you would expect.
But as Oh revealed, here’s the practical kicker: no Caucasoids allowed. They can’t enter the so-called “safe space.” In the real world this is termed segregation. Even Obama spoke out against “safe spaces.”
Oh revealed this — the treachery of it all! — when she again went against the Leftist grain and had the temerity to expose the situation on Fox News with Greta Van Susteren this very week. The nerve of that SPOC!
As she and the editors dared to summarize in a published editorial:
Lastly, we are disappointed in students like ourselves, who were scared into silence.
We are not racist for having different opinions.
We are not immoral because we don’t buy the flawed rhetoric of a spiteful movement.
We are not evil because we don’t want this movement to tear across our campuses completely unchecked.
We are no longer afraid to be voices of dissent.
That is what scares Leftists. That there would be any pushback at all. That people would not automatically accept as rote what Leftists demand. This cannot be.
Is pushback actually beginning?