This Questionnaire Went Out To Some High School Students [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 11 months ago Lifestyle
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Male 585
there is no "white privilege". there is only the way white people like to live. we are not holding you back. we are leaving you behind. so phuck the phuck off.
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Male 3,435
About the "degrading roles"; the stuff LifeTime airs, where all the movies they play, the husband/father/boyfriend/etc, (usually white) beats up and sexual assaults women; does that count as being degraded?
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Male 1,154
DuckDynasty is pretty degrading
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Male 37,007
I could not find any sources for this picture with a simple search, just references to it being a "SJW Quiz" that was "forced on students" but little else. >>> I did find This Interesting Report! Given to grades 6 &7 students by... their Spanish Teacher? :-O Not sure what speaking Spanish has to do with quizzing 13 year-olds about their sexual orientation... or how 'privileged' they are.
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Female 1,333
"You are from South Carolina" made me laugh.
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Male 358
"How about this one?" "Let's see..." "Brown hair, Catholic, disabled, broken home, minority that may be a homosexual...." "Send him to the stoves." * * I don't know about you, but "harmless" little questionnaires like this are scary as hell.
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Male 37,007
Aren't "Your parents are divorced" and "raised by a single parent" rather similar? I guess the second one counts if your folks just shacked up or 'daddy' fled the scene before you were even born... >>>Don't 'poor folks' encourage their kids to go to college? What sort of measurement does that question offer? >>>Aren't white hetero males the #1 target for "degrading roles" on TV since... the 90's? Easily, I think. And so on... :-| Mr. Roper from 3's Company ring a bell?
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Male 979
"Aren't "Your parents are divorced" and "raised by a single parent" rather similar?" ....In some cases, yes, but not all. Depends on circumstances. eg., my daughter would tick D, but not SP as her mother and myself both remarried shortly after. Her younger half siblings, on the other hand, would not tick D, but would tick SP, as their mother died. Unless their father remarried, in which case they might.
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Male 37,007
Some of the questions are so dumb, it's painful! >>> 3rd last one: what if you were beaten up because you're a white male? Does that count twice? >>>What teenager hasn't been "embarrassed" by something about his family? What if your house was so big & expensive you felt embarrassed? :-) You are male... You are Catholic? Because not once in American history have Catholics been persecuted? Go ask an Irish-American about that and check back with me...
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Male 1,309
Context is needed here for clarity but it looks like a 'privilege' questionnaire.
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Male 7,960
Is there a problem with this? If so, I'm missing it.
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Male 7,492
It's an excursive in which the teacher will take your answers and tell you if you suffer from some sort of 'privilege' and should consider yourself a 'victim'. (In other words, chances are the teacher is a Social Justice Warrior wanting to stir the shit-pot.)
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Male 7,599
Grendel, I dont know about that. There doesnt seem to be a name section anywhere on the paper, so it is most likely just a way to survey the student body anonymously. Its possibly just to get an idea of the lives of the students on average.
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Male 7,960
Why assume that? It has a bunch of questions that have NOTHING to do with privilege and is missing some obvious ones. Couldn't it be that the teacher will compile all the answers and then tell the class the percentages in a sort of "you're not alone" moment?
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Male 7,492
Sure, you can't be sure it was an exercise by a teacher. May have been a student group. The one thing you CAN determine was that it was written by a SJW for the express purpose to stir shit. You have brown hair? +1 victim point (VP) 2 or more siblings? +1VP You are male: +1 Privilege Point (PP) Middle-class family: +1PP Catholic? +1PP Disability? +1VP Divorced? +1VP South Carolina? +1VP Called Names? +1VP Ashamed of Clothes? +1VP Tried to Change? +1VP Art Galleries? +1PP Unemployed parents? +1VP Private School? +1PP Complimented? +1PP Encouraged to attend college? +1PP Had Single-parent? +1VP Degrading Roles? +1VP Nepotism? Victimhood? +50VP Had to work? +1VP Not US Citizens? +50VP
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Male 7,492
But you're a sane individual. I didn't say 'those are valid reasons to be considered privileged or victimized.' I said some SJW is going to COMPILE and REPRESENT them as such. I.e....'Stir the Shit Pot.'
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Male 7,599
Grendel, I checked off almost all of these boxes and have never been described as a victim by anyone.
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Male 6,161
I'm with @holyGod here. Not sure what the problem is.
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Male 60
I would have checked every box and turned it back in. Then again, I'm a smartass on things like this.
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