All Woke Up: Now dog names are racist

Empower Wisconsin  | July 29, 2022

Watch out, Fido! Look out, Spot! In Wokeland, dog names are now racist.

As Campus Reform reports, a Social Psychology Quarterly study asserts dogs with “white” names get adopted more quickly than pooches with “black” names.

The correlations were largely connected to pit bulls, “a breed that is stereotyped as dangerous and racialized as Black,” according to the study. The “research” is titled, “When a Name Gives You Pause: Racialized Names and Time to Adoption in a County Dog Shelter.”

Academic woke brokers gushed over the study.

“Anti-blackness is so pervasive it even expands to dog names,” wrote University of Texas-Austin Assistant Professor of Sociology Chantal Hailey in a now-deleted tweet obtained by Campus Reform.

Hailey, of course, conducts research “at the intersections of race and ethnicity, stratification, urban sociology, education, and criminology.”

“WhY iS EveRyTHingG aBOuT rACE?” tweeted Timothy Welbeck, director of Temple University’s Center for Anti-Racism Research, in referencing the study. He answered his own question because, for the painfully woke, there is only one answer.

“Because everything is about race…”

Welbeck told Campus Reform that “something as seemingly as (Sic) innocuous as dog adoption can have lasting racial implications.”

Everything is about race because the radical left makes everything about race.

But it’s hard to teach these old dogs new tricks.

Read more at Campus Reform.

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2 responses to “All Woke Up: Now dog names are racist”

  1. Gerard Finch Avatar
    Gerard Finch

    Everything is not about race. It’s about time.

  2. David Krantz Avatar
    David Krantz

    Can you still say “good boy” or “good girl” when the dog does its business, or will that be offense to dogs that are “gender fluid”?

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