Affirmative action director says people who oppose PC culture suffer from 'fragility' - The College Fix:
"‘People who have traditionally held power’ are suppressing speech?
Nizam Arain of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse doesn’t think there’s any danger in people speaking their minds in politically incorrect ways.
their fear of being blacklisted, disciplined or fired for questioning the prevailing progressive wisdom at the public university is a sign of their “fragility.”
At a campus “teach-in” on free speech and civil discourse last week, the “Affirmative Action director and Title IX coordinator” (also a lawyer) gave 50-60 students an overview of the First Amendment and common misunderstandings of its effect, the La Crosse Tribune reports.
...He also addressed the issue of political correctness during his remarks, saying marginalized groups also have the right to free speech, and those who have privilege are now being called out for their views.
It’s a new experience for people who have traditionally held power, he said, and they are reacting poorly to the experience.
“It is evidence to me of a kind of fragility,” Arain said, “where people can only feel free to speak their mind if no one is going to contradict them.”...