In a world of safe spaces, microaggressions and trigger warnings, plenty of people feel entitled to be offended. But is being offended in the workplace the same as being discriminated against? Is crass and otherwise repulsive talk akin to sexism? Can we be made uncomfortable by our coworkers without being oppressed? Where do we draw the line between people voicing their opinions (however objectionable they may be) and true sexism, racism, or bigotry? Terence discusses all of the above in this listener driven episode of Police Academy!
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