Political Correctness and the Destruction of Intimacy
Emma Lindsay

I wonder if it is not that the man does not want you to know he is sexist, but rather then man is not able/capable of admitting to himself/wanting himself to know that he is sexist. Sure, I think our culture has certainly imprinted the concept of sexism and racism, etc as bad (which I think they are unethical independent from society) on individuals, but is admission before society really the cause? I mean, every individual is always with themselves (in their own mind whether alone or in a group) first and foremost right? I could also not have interacted with enough people who are socially focused as well, so this could be a sampling/experience fault on my part.

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