What you express with your face is now the purview of the jackboots. Clark University had already served noticed to its
Now it's a face that registers surprise:
But Clark has entered new territory by expanding the category of forbidden aggressions to include thought crimes: “Showing surprise when a ‘feminine’ woman says she is a lesbian” is, according to Clark, an aggressive act.
And, of course, the jackboots will be in charge of defining the terms "feminine" and "surprise."
Of course, all this poison is based on the infantile notion that one has a right to not encounter particular reactions to what one does or proclaims about oneself. In other words, you should never be in a position where you might take offense at something someone says about you -- or even expresses with his or her freakin' face.
Because your feelings reign supreme.
Just ask Sally Kohn, who in a debate about this subject at the University of Missouri, asserted this explicitly, trotting out the "privilege" card - proclaiming that non-white demographic groups are too delicate to hear arguments based on reason:
Yeah, you are, Sally. I'll bet you a dollar to a doughnut you're on board with the Clark U. prohibition against registering surprise with your face