Colour coded conversation

Vox mentions some more lunacy:

Transgender conference organisers have given academics traffic light ‘safe space’ badges to show whether they can cope with a conversation.

Scholars attending the Thinking Beyond: Transversal Transfeminisms event at Roehampton University in southwest London were given green, amber and red lanyards to signal if they could talk.

Good stuff.  My colour coding would be:

#  Black – come near me and you get slugged in the moosh
#  Grey – come near me and you get slugged in the gut
#  Cream – drop yer drawers and let’s be avvin yer

Chuckles said not to forget pink. Pink, ducky, pink.

Which colour would be yours?

5 comments for “Colour coded conversation

  1. Twisted Root
    September 23, 2019 at 08:15

    White – I can cope with normal human interactions.

  2. Stewart
    September 23, 2019 at 12:18

    Red, but I identify as green.

  3. Chuckles
    September 23, 2019 at 13:32

    Avoiding and blocking all interactions would seem to negate one of the main reasons for being at a conference or seminar?

    • Distant Relative
      September 23, 2019 at 14:01

      Hermit Convention?

  4. Andy5759
    September 23, 2019 at 17:01

    I would opt for a lanyard shaped like a very wide kipper tie. Multi coloured to resemble a flow of vomit streaming down my shirt. A perfect accessory for conveying my opinion when being talked at.

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