Protect the snowflakes!

Via Campus Reform:

The University of Utah unveiled a series of posters on Sept. 4 depicting several individuals from minority groups with “commonly used microaggressions” quoted over each person. The college said the posters are meant to “create a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone who comes to campus.”

“Microaggressions are subtle—often unintentional—statements or actions that reveal unconscious biases toward members of marginalized communities,” a statement from the university read.

The University of Utah gave examples of “microaggressions,” including “I don’t think of you as a person with a disability” and “you speak really good English.” Other “microaggressions” include “you’re pretty for a dark-skin girl,” “you don’t look like a lesbian,” “what are you?” (presumably referring to ethnicity/nationality) and “where are you really from?”