Asshole creates safe space from dissenting voices

Showing once again that self-awareness is not the strong suit of right-wingers, a CEO has created an employment test, which will create a safe space for him, ensuring that he won’t experience people who disagree with him – all in the name of trying to show that “snowflakes” can’t expect safe spaces.

Company introduces ‘snowflake test’ to weed out ‘whiny, entitled’ millenial candidates

Of course, the CEO is a nobody, and the company doesn’t hire a lot of people, so this is just a PR stunt, trying to appeal to anti-millenials and all sorts of bigots.


  1. Siobhan says

    I like how when you look at the things that make a millennial “entitled” it includes things like “a living wage” and “fair working conditions” and “a non-abusive work environment.”

    So whiny, us millennials, expecting work to not be a hellhole.

  2. says

    I’ve got baaaaad news for the assorted millennial* haters and blamers: They’re your workforce, they’re your consumer base. You cannot simply play the millennia-old “lament about the youth today” without fucking up yourself.
    Sure, you can write another “Millennials are killing X” articles, but you won’t change shit.

    *Depending on how you count I’m among the millennial avant garde or the last one unafflicted by the millennial curse