the Staff at a nursery school in Eslöv surar over that it has got a sweet name: the sugar loaf.
the Name brings to mind the sugar, and sweets are not viewed kindly in contemporary early childhood education. Sugarloaf has both sockerförbud and vegetarian meals.
the Gender perspective seems to undeniably stimulating, at least for the imagination.
the Sugarloaf can also lead to even syndigare thoughts. The staff get associations to ”an old, grimy raggningsreplik” and, because of the peak physical form – to a ”fallossymbol” (sockersnoppen?). Gender perspective seems to undeniably stimulating, at least for the imagination.
therefore offended by the name, and even more offended by that its insult not led to the culture - and fritidsnämndens president sees the reasons for their perceived violation. One of the employees says in the newspaper Skånska Dagbladet (25/3) that ”it must surely be the we who feel offended who determines it?”
With the risk to sprinkle sugar in the kränktas wounds, I must say that this cute little conflict mixes, so many of the ingredients that is as irresistible as a prinsessbakelse: values, politics, gender, sustainability and, above all, the lättkränkthet that becomes even more violated if it is challenged.
the DN columnist Lena Andersson's new book ”If false and true liberalism” takes up and criticises a worldview built on the idea that man is born as a blank slate. The philosopher John Locke argued that people should be equal in rights and not to be judged and relegated to predetermined categories.
The power of words seems in our days have turned into pure magic.
In the modern interpretation, people are infinitely malleable and ”can be exactly what they want”, fixed thus also infinitely sensitive and suggestible. The slightest temptation or violation can lead bug. But if we just control up the language so will the unruly reality to follow suit. This gives birth to and nurtures the huge sensitivity that the present holds for the choice of words, especially the choice of words that can offend. The power seems in our days have turned into pure magic.
good reasons to sign out a clear-cut offensive the n-word, even if nitiskheten should not apply to every single historical text or the old children's book.
the Judgement ”racist” is offensive and should not be used lightly, but is, unfortunately, not rarely adequate. Anyway keep lättkränktheten in näthögerkretsar to turn this review to the r-word.
But hypersensitivity is spread and a cautionary irony is the sensitivity that occurred before the label of ”racist”. Rated ”a racist” is offensive and should not be used lightly, but is, unfortunately, not rarely adequate. Anyway keep lättkränktheten in näthögerkretsar to turn this review to the r-word.
And now is to the and with sugar, so sensitive that it should be replaced. No one should have to have the s-word as their place of work?