From 2017, New York Times columnist Charles Blow is practically lynched by some blonde Becky on TV who appears to touch his arm:
Three years later, Charles explains his reaction: “I was thinking abt Emmett [Till] then. How dare u argue access to my body; they killed Emmett bc they thought he FLIRTED w/ a wht woman.”
Never going to forget what they did to Emmett. Think abt it ALL the time. Ppl often joke abt me telling that woman to keep her hands of me on tv. Hell, I was thinking abt Emmett then. How dare u argue access to my body; they killed Emmett bc they thought he FLIRTED w/ a wht woman https://t.co/LkEBezspPm
— Charles M. Blow (@CharlesMBlow) January 24, 2020
The future of public discourse will just be people taking things personally and arguing they are in the right because they have more Intersectionality Privilege than the person who dissed them.
Public discourse will be like life in the ‘hood, but with fewer drive-by shootings by people feeling dissed and more cancellations.