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Yale administrators might be the only group more sheltered than Yale students, yet they’re the only group the media seems to have the energy to defend.
Worse, media seems to be defending them in a way that attacks activists for being weak and defenseless instead of pointing out when they’re strong and abusing their power.
When I or some other random blogger complains about the social justice movement, we tend to worry about points like the following (I won’t prove/defend these claims here, just clarify what I’m worried about): These seem like different agendas.
In particular, the nobody-blogger angle focuses on ways in which social justice is used to justify aggression, and the mass-media angle focuses on ways in which social justice is used to coddle weakness.
Certainly the SJ-critical movement has been stuck on the same side as people a whole lot creepier than self-serving humanities professors, so what’s the problem? When creepy white supremacists criticize social justice, they’re at no risk of taking over the wider SJ-critical movement.