"Punctuality centers whiteness. It is far easier for white men to get to work on time than Black people who are having to change their hair to fit the workplace’s professionalism standards."It’s a hair thing, yes, and therefore terribly political, a hill to die on. But it’s even more than that. It’s also the devastating suspicion that you might be more likely to get hired if you remove your nose piercing, if only during office hours. So now, dressing and acting “professional” is racist … and "rooted in white supremacy."
Tulane University. Where tuition is a mere $60,000 a year. And where the oppressed huddle for comfort against the Cold Winds of Whiteness.
Shahamat Uddin is Bangladeshi...he's just a very tan Caucasian guy. With straight hair. From that country next to India. A nose ring is Hindu, I think...maybe? Religion, not color.
White people with nose rings are also asked to remove them in most instances. He wants special dispensation for race? And why is he banging on about Black people and their hair? You see, wondering whether that nose piercing will be frowned upon, by employers or their customers, constitutes "systemic white supremacy," a crushing phenomenon “that is barring us from maximal success.”
It’s a "sacrifice," an outrage, proof of being downtrodden. Because nose jewelry is pivotal to both optimal functioning and mental wellbeing. And questions of whether such piercings are ideal for a given workplace - however unspecified and theoretical those questions may be - amount to further, damning proof that "this country was not made for me."
"I have learned when and where it is to my own disadvantage to be too Brown or too gay or too immigrant."Once again, Tulane University. Where tuition is a mere $60,000 a year. And where the oppressed huddle for comfort against the Cold Winds of Whiteness.
The leftist fixation with race and supposed racial victimhood, and with identitarian theatre generally – as if being black or gay or whatever were the most important and interesting thing about a person - is monotonous. I just wish they’d vary their pretensions and neuroses now and then.
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