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Snowflakism: Is this a genetic trait, or learned behavior?

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Is snowflakes a genetic trait, or a learned behavior?

  1. 1. Is snowflakes a genetic trait, or a learned behavior?

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There's just as much snowflakism on the right. I see an awful lot of people getting somehow personally offended by the clothing choices of a fictional television character (Roseanne's grandson on her new show). The habit of conservatives to get all in a tiz over who's wearing what or who's marrying who, when it has absolutely nothing to do with them is *very* snowflake-y

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From the snowflake it comes as a maybe unspoken whine: "it isn't fair...! "

It's an "I" thing, not a "you" or "they" thing.

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I couldn't stand listening to her whining for even 30 seconds! Who the heck is she, Tomi Lahren, to define anyone? Has she done something/anything other than run her opinionated mouth to put others down in this video? Very devisive to say the least. She was obnoxious as all get out! She did not hurt my feelings or offend. Has nothing to do with that. Just I don't know why I need to respect her opinion on anything. She's spewing hate of snowflakes. Give me a break. That is a made up word just intended to put others down via stereotyping. Did a snowflake do something to offend her? Did a snowflake hurt her? What's up?

If someone is an entitled jerk than they are an entitled jerk why call them a snowflake? Snowflakes are beautiful and made from God so if she doesn't like them it's her problem.

Stephen Fry's rule applies to her. She's offended so...

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I think it refers to someone who is easily offended.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

Yes and no. Conservatives spit it out like it's an insult and people are too politically correct and easily offended.

An example would be those of us offended by President Trump's insult to the #metoo movement the other day. People laughed and thought it was funny and would say people are too easily offended by this. I would argue that there are some things to be offended by. You might not be offended but don't call me a snowflake just because I am.

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