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Why I Love the Word Karen

The pejorative word Karen is offensive because it is supposed to be.

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Perhaps it is sexist of me, but I love the word, Karen. I do. I’m sure that part of it is because I work in the restaurant industry, and I encounter entitled white people all of the time. I am white, and yet there is no other demographic that gets under my skin worse than meddlesome, needy, know-it-all…

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Joshua Gane

Joshua Gane

I write content for RapTV. On Medium I write about music, politics, human and civil rights, philosophy and personal experiences.

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