Wednesday, August 2, 2017

So Much For "Intersectionality"

A new study has found that, rather than fostering an "all for one and one for all" mentality (i.e. the above-mentioned concept of "intersectionality"), the existence of various victims groups can often "foster intergroup conflict"/"competitive victimhood" as each group fights to be acknowledged as the numero uno victim (victimhood having immense status in "progressive" quarters).

Update: The Canadian Museum for Competitive Victimhood is what I would rename Canada's "human rights" mausoleum.

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