How do you explain that society is less sexist and racist than ever before, but that the public denunciation of racism and sexism is more common than ever before?


It is a confirmation of Tocqueville's law: a people rebel when their situation improves - not when it gets worse.

“The desire for equality becomes all the more irresistible, the greater it is.” The successes that feminism has achieved in the past century make all the remaining inequalities unbearable for today's generations, especially in economic terms.


According to an internal logic of diversity, white people cannot be a victim of racism.

Why not?