I’ve been having the same sentiments lately.
Khanya Mtshali

Political correctness doesn’t mean doing away with people who look like you. Political correctness is when the brightest kid in the class isn’t aloud to be recognized because it might hurt the feelings of the other students.

Or when the students compete against each other in a game but the team who scores the most points isn’t declared the winner because it makes the students on the team that scored less points feel bad.

No winners and losers, just participation ribbons for everyone.

That’s why we have college students on campuses today who need safe spaces to run to when they are confronted with opposing views.

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