I work for a very large national corporation I’m sure you’ve at the very least driven by if not purchased something from. I work at corporate hq. none of these things happen during HR nor is there any emphasis on anything remotely SJW-y
Coincidentally, yesterday I told a female coworker (young, attractive, about my age, married (we both are)) that I liked her dress. I actually had coffee with her this morning and we both said some off-color jokes.
I also have a few friends who work in similar corporate environments in the Northeast and from what I know they don’t experience this type of crazy shit from HR or from the corporate culture. I’m sure if something inappropriate or unprofessional were to happen, HR would handle it the way they handle it, but nah, haven’t experienced this since I left he military (10 years ago).
I mean, it really boils down to, in the environment I work in, “reading the room” and the people with who you associate. But there’s no real immediate threat from SJWs - I really can’t imagine any professional (i.e. private sector and the like) environment where SJW shit would fly in any meaningful way for any significant amount of time. I’m sure there are other factors that contribute to my insulation from such non-sense, though.
As an afterthought about the micro-aggression language: It’s not conducive to efficient business to put such ridiculous limitations on language. Business would basically grind to a halt if we had to “watch what we say” to the degree these SJWs and micro-aggression advocates want or think is reasonable.