Microaggressions* have been a highly debated topic, particularly on college campuses. Some have suggested that the discussion of microaggressions, essentially, is making people overly sensitive. Others value labeling this subtle, persistent, often latent form of bias, expanding the discussion from solely conversations of race to include other areas of microaggression such as gender or sexuality. […]
About S.E. Fleenor
S.E. Fleenor writes novels and nonfiction essays, but dabbles in just about any genre. Her work centers on feminism, pop culture, books, social class, gardening and social justice, and has appeared in several publications. Outside of writing, Fleenor is a nonprofit consultant and copywriter. She serves on the boards of Lighthouse Writers Workshop and the Chinook Fund, a philanthropic organization creating change, not charity. Visit her website.