Episode 11A: “F**ck Me If You Can’t Take A Joke”

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Still, back in the 90’s college campus began to reverse centuries of white male dominance by including women and minority voices in the community.  A proximal effect of this was a grave concern for the words people used and how they impacted the community.  This was a laudable goal, and was largely considered a laughing stock by everyone outside the university setting.  I remember feeling an intense pressure to monitor my language, meanwhile I was still as free to ACT as much an asshole as ever.  This was the status quo for what 25 years? I suspect it still is, based on recent episodes of frat boys singing lynching songs and that date rape is still pretty much OK on campus so long as you don’t talk about it.