Life Imitates Bias Incident: The World’s Most Politically Incorrect Novel (Part II))

Picture the scene:  a high school newspaper.  The newspaper held a debate as to whether same-sex-couples should be allowed to adopt children.

Obviously, there’s only one correct answer to this.

It’s not a subject about which people can reasonably disagree.

No.  Political Correctness has spoken.  So there’s only one right answer.

To express a contrary opinion is….

Wait for it….


That’s right.  Expressing an opinion in writing can be bullying if the people who object to that opinion are favored by the jackbooted Political Correctness thugs.

And what are the penalties for “bullying”  “[W]arning, suspension, exclusion, pre-expulsion, expulsion, transfer, remediation, termination, or discharge. Disciplinary consequences will be sufficiently severe to try to deter violations and to appropriately discipline prohibited behavior.”

So, keep your opinions in good trim, folks.  You want to make sure that the bullies guarding our ideological purity don’t get wind of your questioning their wisdom.

Or else you just might be a bully.

Eugene Volokh expresses it well:

I’ve long been troubled by anti-bullying policies and criminal laws, partly because “bullying” is a vague and potentially very broad term, which could easily be used to refer to political advocacy and expression of religious views. This incident, it seems to me, helps illustrate that some school officials indeed view the term “bullying” this broadly.

I’d go a step further.  I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again.  Those cowards who use the law to forcibly change or attempt to change others’ opinions are the most loathsome people on the planet.  They are the reason that G-d created tar and feathers.

One Response to Life Imitates Bias Incident: The World’s Most Politically Incorrect Novel (Part II))

  1. Glenn E. Chatfield says:

    Those on the left have two “outs” they use to control:

    You are bullying me
    You offended me

    Just more proof that it is a lie to claim that no one will be hurt by same-sex fake marriage – and state-sanctioning of homosexuality.

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