Sunday, November 7, 2021

It Doesn't Get Dumber Than This: The Left Reaches a New Level of Insanity with 'right-handed Privilege'; University Seminar Warns About ‘right-handed privilege.’ Tell that to Southpaws Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg

It doesn't get dumber than this: The left reaches a new level of insanity with 'right-handed privilege':
The grievance culture has struck again, and this time the disadvantaged group is — wait for it — left-handers!
I suppose it was inevitable. I mean, items like scissors, pant zippers and notebooks are apparently all made with right-handers in mind.
I really wouldn’t know, or at least I haven’t taken notice because I’m among the 90 percent of people whose right hand is dominant.
A viral photo posted earlier this month on Twitter by the account Libs of Tik Tok actually shows a slide from a presentation at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, titled, “right-handed privilege.”
Among the advantages listed for right-handed people are: “it’s easier,” “sense of belonging,” “world is organized for right-handers” and “more opportunity.” --->READ MORE HERE
University seminar warns about ‘right-handed privilege.’ Tell that to southpaws Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg:
What do Aristotle, Jimi Hendrix, Leonardo da Vinci, Angelina Jolie, Winston Churchill, Oprah, Neil Armstrong, Paul McCartney, Babe Ruth, Mozart, Mark Zuckerberg, Gordon Ramsay, Lady Gaga, Julius Caesar and Bill Gates have in common?
They are left-handed. And, apparently, oppressed.
I direct your attention, with my own oppressed left hand, to a recent story in Newsweek: “Photo of College Lecture on ‘Right-Handed Privilege’ Goes Viral.” The image was shot at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where a lecturer, identified as Christina Parle, stands in front of a dreary PowerPoint screen.
The slide she is presumably discussing, while standing to the right of the lectern, is titled, “RIGHT-HANDED PRIVILEGE.” The bullets include: “It’s easier; makes life easier.” “Sense of belonging; to fit in.” “The world is organized for Right-handers.” “More access.” “More opportunity. “More advantage.”
I’m guessing the Newsweek journalist had the same first reaction as I did, which explains why this was how his third paragraph started: “Students at the university confirmed to Newsweek that the presentation was not satire …”
Exactly. This sounds suspiciously like The Onion.
But, no. In addition to other “privileges” tearing the culture asunder — we have strayed beyond the intersection of Absurdity & Bonkers now that some are accusing Dave Chappelle of “white privilege” — handedness is the latest bugaboo? --->READ MORE HERE
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