Snowflakes at Oberlin Offended By Lack of Fried Chicken

by Steve MacDonald

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Mikey likes it, but he’s not at Oberlin where he is indicative of white privilege and western oppression.

The New York Post Headline put it this way. “Students at Lena Dunham’s college offended by lack of fried chicken.”

Students at an ultra-liberal Ohio college are in an uproar over the fried chicken, sushi and Vietnamese sandwiches served in the school cafeterias, complaining the dishes are “insensitive” and “culturally inappropriate.”

Gastronomically correct students at Oberlin College — alma mater of Lena Dunham — are filling the school newspaper with complaints and demanding meetings with campus dining officials and even the college president.

Oberlin’s black student union joined in the fray this month by staging a protest outside Afrikan Heritage House, an on-campus dorm.

The cafeteria there wasn’t serving enough vegan and vegetarian options and had failed to make fried chicken a permanent feature on the Sunday night menu, the school newspaper reported.

So serving fried chicken to black students at elite liberal colleges like Oberlin isn’t racist? They can just put it on the menu without a trigger warning?

Can the white kids eat it too or would that be culturally inappropriate?

I have to ask. Will anyone there eat Life Cereal or is that indicative of white privilege and western cultural oppression?

Go. Read. Fear for the future of your nation.

 

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  • I could live without fried chicken, as long as they had oxtails, chitlins, honeycomb tripe, “sink” stew, and collard greens (with vinegar) that I grew up with in northern NH
    I would think that a college food “service” rendition of General tso’s chicken would be as suspect as their eggplant souflee.

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