The hashtag #FirstSevenJobs has been used as a way for people to describe their work history. Apparently for some that’s an offensive thing. Here’s why:
— Slate (@Slate) August 19, 2016
To the safe space!
Stop telling people what to tweet and not to tweet. It's just a way to disguise your bullying as "social justice." pic.twitter.com/ANsMfTr9th
— Cathy Young (@CathyYoung63) August 20, 2016
— Amidas (@EmpsChampAmidas) August 20, 2016
@CathyYoung63 On the contrary I found it a nice way to celebrate hard work.
— Omar Mahmood (@UrduDervish) August 20, 2016
— Adèle S Richards☆ (@Adele_Rica) August 20, 2016
Is there nothing that isn’t potentially triggering?
Because all those minimum wage part time jobs show that I've got the world in the palm of my hand. https://t.co/HKWspUii7T
— Jason Marianna (@jwmarianna) August 20, 2016
— (((WitCoHE))) (@E__Strobel) August 19, 2016
@Slate The author of this piece uses her own privilege life to judge everyone else. She went to an Ivy League school and works at Slate. LOL
— Super Leftist (@SuperLeftist) August 19, 2016
Anyone with the luxury of complaining about anything as trivial as tweets is the very definition of privileged. https://t.co/293txHK0Oz
— Unqueering (@Meteoryan) August 20, 2016
— Rawle Nyanzi (@RawleNyanziFTL) August 20, 2016
— Great Davey's Ghost (@Ace_Gagnon) August 20, 2016
@Slate For some of us, that list WAS a ladder out of poverty and adversity.
— Melissa Stordahl (@MelissaStordahl) August 19, 2016
— K-Dubb (@kdubbsy) August 19, 2016
@Slate you guys are a complete joke
— Josh Johnson (@PhilLeyshio14) August 19, 2016
@Slate great satire
— kevin willis (@kevin58477696) August 19, 2016