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Home Depot wants to fix white people and Christians.
The home improvement chain released a worksheet about white privilege. It was posted in the break room of a Canadian Home Depot.
If you’re confident that the police exist to protect you — well – you have white privilege.
From a friend that works at Home Depot, this is the kind of crap on display in the lunchroom pic.twitter.com/pFd0IkKlbY— LLB (@LLB24693515) March 21, 2022
Home Depot also called out class privilege for you folks who went to college. Cisgender privilege for you folks who know your pronouns and if you get off for Christmas Day – Home Depot says you have Christian privilege.
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“If you can use public bathrooms without stares, fear or anxiety, you have cisgender privilege,” Home Depot said.
In other words, you’re a very bad person if you have a problem with your little girl using the bathroom alongside a grown man wearing a dress and high heels.
The home improvement chain also call out able-bodied privilege and heterosexual privilege.
“If you don’t have to explain that your spouse is of the same gender, you have heterosexual privilege,” Home Depot says. “If you don’t have to worry about how to get into a store, you have able-bodied privilege.”
Some of you might say – what privilege? You’re working two jobs, living in a rental, driving a 10-year-old car and eating off-brand peanut butter.
“White privilege does not mean your life has not been hard,” the flyer states. “It simply means that the colour of your skin is not one of the reasons that makes it harder.”
Fortunately, all of you white, heterosexual, able-bodied, Christian fixer-uppers have the privilege of buying your power tools someplace else.
I’m Todd Starnes