University Of California May Give Students Right To Not Be Offended | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

University Of California May Give Students Right To Not Be Offended

The University of California may explicitly recognize a right for students to not be offended, if a resolution under consideration is approved by the board of regents next week.

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What a far cry from the University of California in the 1960s, when students unconcerned with offending anybody helped bring about the end of the war in Vietnam!

What happens when the Christian students are offended by the teaching of evolution?

What happens when the physically challenged are offended by the athletic program?

What happens when the foreign students are offended by the use of the English language on campus?

What happens when the feminists are offended by ... any class with male students?

"He who dares not offend cannot be honest." -- Thomas Paine

"People have tried to corner the market on being offended, corner the market on language and corner the market on opinion. Should I lose my job 'cause I offended somebody? No, of course not." -- Patrice O'Neal

"The curse of our society is that we have way too many people whose only sense of self-value is that they can find something to be offended by. But there is and never has been any guarantee that you will not be offended and in a society that values free speech, one must accept things that one finds offensive as the price one pays to say things that others may find offensive." -- Michael Rivero

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