Commentary: Ending affirmative action won’t level the playing field. It took me over 30 years to do that for my family, and I’ll be damned if I’m letting a handful of people decide who wins my kids the right to succeed.
In the last week or two since an article on white privilege was published on this blog, I’ve gotten several angry calls to write about race because white people, according to conservative media, are the ones causing all the problems.
While I’m still waiting for a response to my response to one of those calls, a few commenters on this post have also called for me to write about the growing problem of white culture, as it exists right now, with a different example than this black/white example I already gave. You may disagree with what I’ve already said about white culture, or you may disagree with that other example I gave.
This post is about the same-sex issue and white culture.
If you’ve been paying attention to the news lately, you’d have noticed the media’s obsession with the so-called “sexual harassment crisis” in the media recently.
The media’s obsession with sexual harassment is not a crisis in and of itself.
Even if sexual harassment were a crisis, it would not be a crisis in and of itself.
You don’t need to see sexual harassment or even talk about it to be outraged at the way things are in the media.
The sexual harassment crisis in the media can be seen as a crisis in and of itself if you use the same kind of logic that gets you to this point.
In other words, you’d have to believe the following:
When someone on the left speaks out about the sexual harassment and assault crisis in the media, they’re just putting the blame where it should not be placed.
When someone on the right speaks out about the sexual harassment and assault crisis in the media, they’re just putting the blame where it should not be placed.
And then you have to believe that conservatives have the same kind of “rape culture” that you believe liberals have.
It’s not just that conservatives are being falsely accused; it’s that their accusers are being falsely accused. It’s that the media’s coverage of sexual harassment and assault is the same kind of coverage of racism that you see on the